Two Dallas Stars Forwards Are Moving On, Become Free Agents

The Dallas Stars will look a little bit different next season as general manager Jim Nill will be making some roster changes this summer. The Stars have just over $5 million in cap space to work with this offseason and it turns out they won't be spending this cash on a couple of players who helped them out last season.

Max Domi and Luke Glendenning will be hitting the open market as the team is not interested in bringing them back at the prices discussed this week in Nashville.

The 28-year-old Domi will be highly coveted this summer. He's a work horse who is versatile and can chip in with secondary scoring. The free-agent class is rather weak this summer and Domi will be one of the bigger pieces to move. He scored 20 goals in 80 combined games between the Stars and Chicago Blackhawks. Domi then added another 13 points in 19 games during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The former first-round pick made $3 million last season and likely gets something in the $4.5-million range per season.

Glendenning is a veteran center who does nothing offensively but can kill penalties and play a shut-down role down the middle. He'll likely sign on with a contending team who is looking to fill out their fourth line. Last season Glendenning recorded six points in 70 games in Dallas. He wins a ton of faceoffs and hits anything he can, Glendenning is a warrior and even at 34 years old will have some suitors.

The Stars are going to look much different in 2023-24 and don't expect either of these players to return.

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