Kari Lehtonen worked at polishing his game during the off-season.
Patrik Nemeth is trying to build on his playoff experience in both the NHL and AHL last season.
Goaltender Jussi Rynnas looked great in scrimmage on Saturday.
Colton Sceviour has been cleared for contact as he returns from off-season shoulder surgery.
Defenseman John Klingberg has some outstanding offensive skills.
Stars coach Lindy Ruff is excited about what Ales Hemsky brings to the table.
Although the Stars would like Ales Hemsky to skate alongside Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin on the team's top line, Hemsky apparently still has great chemistry with Jason Spezza.
Although newly-signed Anders Lindback is the favorite to start the season as the Stars' backup goalie behind starter Kari Lehtonen, he may get some competition from Jussi Rynnas.
Valeri Nichushkin will be off the ice for a few days as he is nursing a groin injury.
It isn't clear yet if Rich Peverley will be able to return or if his career is over.
Restricted free agent Cody Eakin is taking part in workouts in Winnipeg.
Brenden Dillon is working out in Vancouver, while he waits for a contract to be worked out with the Dallas Stars.
Brett Ritchie sustained a broken pinkie at the Traverse City Prospects Tournament and it's expected to keep him on the shelf for two weeks.
Rich Peverley (heart) has not been cleared for skating yet.
Jason Spezza may occupy the point on the Dallas power play.