Renowned play-by-play man Dave Strader will take his talents Dallas and call the Stars broadcast.
Strader, now 60 years old, has been calling NHL games since 1985 when he spent the first 11 seasons of his NHL play-by-play career with the Detroit Red Wings. Since then, he's called games for the then-Phoenix Coyotes, Florida Panthers, as well as international broadcasts for VERSUS, NBC, ESPN, ABC, and the Winter Olympics. And that's just for NHL hockey. "We are absolutely thrilled to have Dave joining the Stars broadcast team," Stars CEO Jim Lites said. "His broadcasting resume and experience speak for themselves, and we are excited to have him call Stars games for years to come." Daryl "Razor" Reaugh will join Strader as his color analyst, and it will be Reaugh's 20th season for the Stars.