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Countdown to 1,000 points. 5-4-3-2-1!

Days away and only five points until Mike hits 1,000 career points making him the fifth American-born player to reach this amazing goal. Please join us in supporting Mike by sending an email to To see all NHL players who have reached this milestone, please visit NHL Records. In addition to Mike closing in on this 1,000 point record, he is fast approaching a record of playing in 1,000 NHL games. Look for this personal record in February with a special Dallas Stars ceremony.

October 9th, Season Opener

Like all hockey fans out there....specifically Mike Modano fans, tonight marks the season opener in Denver. Our Dallas Stars challenge the Avalanche at 7 pm which can be seen on ESPN.

October 11, Friday Night's Opening Festivities

For those of you planning on attending the Star's first home game, be sure to arrive early for the pre-game entertainment. The festivities include a laser and light show, a special video celebrating the Stars' 10th season here in Dallas, and a new "Star Portal" an entry way for the players to skate through as they take the ice each night.

Congrats on the new awards! As always, GREAT JOB MIKE!

On June 8, USA Hockey awarded Mike the 2002 USA Hockey Bob Johnson Award, which was presented by Nike. This award recognizes excellence in international hockey competition during a specific season and was created in 1992.

On July 1, Mike was honored at the annual Dallas All Sports Association's 37th Annual Awards Banquet.

Modano sets franchise record.

Mike Modano has become the first player in Stars history to have nine 30-goal seasons. Mike is currently ranked 5th in the NHL in goals and 14th in overall points.

Modano scores game winning goal!

Mike Modano scored on a beautiful backhander with seven-tenths of a second remaining in the overtime period to push the Stars past the Vancouver Canucks.

Congratulations Mike and Team USA!

Mike Modano and Team USA, led by Herb Brooks, proudly wear the silver medal after their disappointing 5-2 loss to Team Canada this past Sunday at the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. Mike was integral to the teams Olympic success with six assists overall. Mike and his fellow Star's teammates continue on to Phoenix to start the remainder of 25 regular season games.

Modano Heads to Olympics

Mike headed out for the Olympics late Wednesday after the game with teammates, Jere Lehtinin (Team Finland), Joe Niewendyk (Team Canada), and Martin Rucinsky (Team Czech Republic) on a private jet. Be sure to watch Mike on February 15th, 16th, 18th, and 20th. Go Team USA!!

Modano Named The Hockey News “Player of the Day”

The Hockey News “Player of the Day” for February 11, 2002 is Mike Modano. This is a result from Sunday’s game against the Mighty Ducks which ended in outstanding success for the Stars and Mike. Mike had a goal and a career high-tying four assists in the Stars' 5-1 win over the Ducks. Congrats Mike!


Dallas Stars center Mike Modano has been named "NHL Player of the Week" for Monday, Jan. 7 through Sunday, Jan. 13. Modano scored seven goals in the past four games, including two game winners!


In the 37th game of the 2001-2002 season, Mike Modano became the 68th NHL player (and only the fourth US born player) to reach the 400-goal milestone. The goal came on a power play at 12:12 of the second period and tied the game 1-1. Congratulations Mike on this awesome achievement!

For a recent article about Mike on the official USA Olympic Team Site, go to

Check out this article at NHL in the Slot for a question and answer with Mike.

Shooting for the Gold

Mike and his Star's teammate Brett Hull will team up in Salt Lake City to lead the men's U.S. hockey team in the 2002 Winter Olympics. Mike was among 10 NHL players selected for the menís hockey team that will compete next February for the gold. This is Mike's second time to be a part of the United States' Olympic team as he participated with Team USA in Nagano in 1998 where the U.S. placed fifth in the competition. Team USA will endeavor to attain the gold once again because they have not placed first since the 1980 Olympic games.

The first 10 members of Team USA are:
Mike Modano
Brett Hull
Tony Amonte
Bill Guerin
Doug Weight
Jeremy Roenick
Keith Tkachuk
Chris Drury
John Leclair
Brian Leetch

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