Khudobin, who famously yelled in the Dallas Stars locker room after winning the Western Conference, "We're not going home!" signed for three years and $10 million to stay.
Dallas Stars general manager Jim Nill provided a full update on the team's injuries following the season.
More than 100 Dallas Stars fans lined up against the fence on the east side of the airport where private hangars are located and cheered as the team exited the charter plane.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are the champions of bubble hockey.
The plucky Stars are embracing the underdog role missing several key players to injury and feel as if they're playing with house money, while the deep, talented Lightning still feel like the favorites up 3-2 in the series.
Joe Pavelski and Corey Perry don’t want to leave the bubble just yet.
The Dallas Stars have to fix some things in a hurry, or this Stanley Cup Final could be over quickly.
During game three Wednesday, Devon Garnett and his friends were yelling so loudly for the bolts to “shoot” the puck. His neighbors apparently just heard someone repeatedly yelling “shoot” and called 911.
Steven Stamkos scored on his first shot since February, left with injury and the Tampa Bay Lightning kept dominating without him, blowing the Dallas Stars out of an empty arena with a 5-2 rout in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday night to take the lead in the series.
Nikita Kucherov and the Tampa Bay Lightning got themselves up off the ice to get even in the Stanley Cup Final.
Born when Kazakhstan was still part of the Soviet Union, Anton Khudobin just wanted to make it to the NHL one day. Little did he dream of winning the Stanley Cup.
The well-rested Dallas Stars took it to the banged-up Tampa Bay Lightning with the play and physicality early and goaltender Anton Khudobin closed it out with 22 third-period saves to win Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final 4-1 on Saturday night.
The leaves are starting to change color around the NHL playoff bubble, and, at most, seven games remain before the Stanley Cup is handed out.
From their miserable 1-7-1 start to the season way back in October, to an unexpected coaching change for off-ice issues in December after they were back on the winning track, and then that 0-4-2 span into mid-March, these Stars still have a chance to win their second Stanley Cup championship.
Jamie Benn and Dallas enjoyed the moment so much that the relative silence was pretty much an afterthought.
The Dallas Stars were fourth in the Western Conference when the NHL season paused for the pandemic.
Anton Khudobin gloved the puck out of the air on Shea Theodore's shot at the most intense moment of the game like it was part of a leisurely morning practice.
The entire Dallas Stars bench was yelling out to Joe Pavelski about what to do with the puck after a broken play in front of them only seconds into overtime.
Tyler Seguin tried to answer what happened in the Western Conference final to the Dallas offense that lit it up last round.
Paul Stastny scored to end a lengthy goal drought by Vegas forwards, Robin Lehner stopped all 24 shots he faced for his fourth shutout of the playoffs and the Golden Knights rediscovered their winning ways and beat the Dallas Stars 3-0 Tuesday in Game 2 of the Western Conference final, evening the series.