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Ranking the top 10 Dallas Stars of the past two decades

Honorable mention

Brett Hull, RW (1998-2001)

Hull only spent three seasons in Dallas, but he would play an integral part in franchise history, scoring the goal that won the Stanley Cup in 1999. He finished his career in Dallas with 196 points (95 goals and 101 assists). 

Dallas Stars former player Brett Hull waves to the crowd after a ceremonial puck drop before the game at American Airlines Center.
Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues former player Brett Hull waves to the crowd after a ceremonial puck drop before the game at American Airlines Center. (Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports via Imagn Sports Content Services, LLC)

Guy Carbonneau, C (1995-2000)

Carbonneau joined Dallas as a free agent in 1995. He scored 34 goals in his five years and was another important player that helped Dallas win a Stanley Cup.

Dallas Stars center Guy Carbonneau (21) in action against Philadelphia Flyers.
Dallas Stars center Guy Carbonneau (21) in action against Philadelphia Flyers right wing Jody Hull (8) at the First Union Center. (Credit: Lou Capozzola-USA TODAY NETWORK via Imagn Sports Content Service, LLC)

Loui Eriksson, LW (2006-13)

Eriksson was selected with the No. 33 overall pick in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. He didn’t make his debut until 2006, but in seven seasons, he recorded 357 total points for the Stars. 

Dallas Stars left wing Loui Eriksson (21) watches his team.
Dallas Stars left wing Loui Eriksson (21) watches his team take on the Detroit Red Wings at the American Airlines Center. The Red Wings shut out the Stars 3-0. (Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports via Imagn Sports Content Servies LLC)
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