The Dallas Stars have a huge problem and its actually a good one

The Dallas Stars are currently sitting in first place in the Central Division as they return to action tonight. Everything is going well for them so far this season. The top line is actually getting recognition from the national media and fans across the league are paying attention to the Stars. However, the Stars do have an issue and it should be very concerning to the league. Let’s take a look at what the issue is and see if Stars fans should actually be concerned about it.

Dallas Stars Problem: The issue the Stars have

The issue the Stars have right now is the amount of talent they have in their prospect system right now. it’s just unreal how good the future of this franchise is going to be. Top prospect Logan Stankoven is more than likely going to be on the team next season after winning the Memorial Cup. Down in Cedar Park, we have Antonio Stranges, Mavrik Bourque, Matej Blumel, and Thomas Harley.

Let’s also not forget the junior hockey players the Stars have playing up in Canada right now. Francesco Arcuri A.K.A Robo Jr is tied for the most goals scored in the Ontario Hockey League right now. Artem Grushnikov is crushing his OHL opponents into the boards. Christian Kyrou has 28 assists and is looking more and more promising as the year goes on.

Right now over at the World Juniors Tournament, Switzerland Defenseman and 2022 Dallas Stars first-round pick Lian Bichsel got the game-winning assist against Finland earlier today. Check out how he goes from one end of the rink controlling the puck and finding his teammate for the game-winning goal.

Dallas Stars Problem: Conclusion

If you are a Stars fan, you have to be pretty happy with how the franchise has drafted over the last four to five years. They have a plethora of young talent that is currently developing and could possibly play with the Dallas Stars in the next three to four seasons. Fans should be thanking Jim Nill and his scouting department for finding all these great hockey players. In conclusion, the future is super bright for Texas Hockey.