Lindy Ruff enters his third season as head coach of the Dallas Stars after being hired by General Manager Jim Nill on June 21, 2013. Ruff, 55, is the eighth-winningest head coach in NHL history with a 652-494-78-105 record. He is one of only 13 coaches in history to ever reach the 600-victory plateau. Read More
Curt Fraser is in his fourth season as assistant coach for the Dallas Stars after spending the previous four seasons as head coach of the Grand Rapids Griffins, the AHL affiliate of the Detroit Red Wings. While in Grand Rapids, he compiled a 146-130-40 record and is that franchise’s career coaching leader in regular season wins (146) and games behind the bench (316) from 2008-12. Read More
James Patrick joined the Dallas Stars coaching staff in July 2013 as an assistant coach to serve alongside Curt Fraser. Patrick, a 21-year NHL defenseman, most recently served as an assistant coach for the Buffalo Sabres over the previous seven seasons, working under Ruff from 2006-13, as well as Ron Rolston to finish out the 2012-13 campaign.
Jeff Reese enters his first season as the Stars goaltending coach. Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced on June 15th, 2015 the appointment of Jeff Reese as Goaltending Coach. Reese spent the last six seasons as the goaltending coach for the Philadelphia Flyers before departing in March. Read More
Kelly Forbes enters his seventh season as video coach for the Dallas Stars. Kelly works closely with the coaching staff and players, breaking down film both in-game and postgame. He also organizes video scouting reports of opposing teams for game preparation. Read More