Erik Cole is a candidate to play on the second line this season.
Valeri Nichushkin may start the 2014-15 campaign with Jason Spezza.
Tyler Seguin has been working over the summer to improve his performance in the faceoff circle.
Dallas GM Jim Nill likes the team's chances of re-signing Jason Spezza.
Jack Campbell will look to build on his solid AHL campaign last season where he went 12-2-2 with a 1.49 goals against average and .942 save percentage in an injury-shortened year.
Antoine Roussel might have a chance to be a relevant fantasy player in more than just the penalty minutes department for the upcoming season.
Coming off the toughest season of his career, Ray Whitney's status for next season is still in limbo as the 42 year-old has not revealed plans to sign a new contract nor declared his intention to retire.
Brett Ritchie will try to crack Dallas' roster at training camp.
The Stars would like to start Ales Hemsky with Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin.
Alex Goligoski may be the Stars' de facto number one defenseman, but he played well for the team last season.
Tyler Seguin is excited by the off-season changes the Stars have made and he can't wait for October to come to get the year started.
Forward Valeri Nichushkin is a popular choice among hockey people to have a breakout season in 2014-15.
John Klingberg is projected to get some AHL time this season.
Dallas coach Lindy Ruff admits he didn't know a lot about Jamie Benn going into his first season behind the Stars bench.
Dallas believes Travis Morin will get plenty of chances to play in the NHL in 2014-15 as a minor-league call up.