You Can Watch The Dallas Stars Practice For FREE Next Week In Frisco

With only a few weeks before the season opener, the Dallas Stars are gearing up and getting ready to take hockey by storm. Being a Dallas Stars fan is a year-round commitment but you can start watching the boys hit the ice a lot sooner than you think.

From September 13 to the 15 you can watch the Dallas Stars train for free at the Comerica Center. On Saturday and Sunday, Victor E. Green, Dallas Stars Ice Girls, and the Dallas Stars Street Squad will be there to hang out with guests and even play games. You will also have a chance to pick up a few snacks while you're there.

There'll be three sessions a day where you can go watch the team practice. The Stars will be hitting the ice starting at 8:30 a.m. and end time around 2 p.m., which means you'll have plenty of time to see them in action.

There will be free parking at the event as well and it'll be a great excuse to check out the newly renovated concession area at the Comerica Center.

The Dallas Stars have their first pre-season game on Monday, September 16 and tickets are on sale now for this and all of their other pre-season games. You can also watch the season opener October 3 against the Boston Bruins.

Comerica Center is located at 2601 Avenue of the Stars, Frisco, TX, 75034. For more information on tickets and the Stars training camp, you can visit their website here.

If you're a big fan of sports you'll be happy to know you can tour the Dallas Cowboys Stadium for super cheap too!  

Dallas Stars Training

Price: Free

When: September 13-15

Address:2601 Avenue of the Stars, Frisco, TX, 75034

Why You Need To Go: You can cheer on the Dallas Star as you watch them train for the big game absolutely free. 

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