Tonight's Texas Stars Game Postponed Due to COVID Protocols

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UPDATE: The game has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Mar. 30, at 7 p.m. at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park.

It had to happen eventually, and today was the day. The Texas Stars announced this morning that tonight's game against Iowa has been postponed due to COVID protocol issues affecting their opponent. This is the first COVID-related schedule change that Texas has encountered this season.

Texas is in a weird spot, schedule-wise, as they have not played a game since February 13th. Last week's cancellation due to the winter storm and the oddity of a schedule that gave Texas a rare weekend off last weekend means that, at current state, Texas may have an unplanned gap of 13 days in their schedule. Of course, that assumes that they are able to play their game on Friday, which is against the Wild as well.

At the current moment, Texas has two games to make up in their schedule.

Here's the release: 

The Texas Stars, American Hockey League affiliate of the NHL’s Dallas Stars, and the AHL announced today that that due to league COVID-19 protocols affecting the Iowa Wild, tonight’s game at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park has been postponed.

A make-up date has not yet been determined.

Fans who have purchased through can contact Ticketmaster to request a full refund for tonight’s game. Fans with packages that are impacted by this change to the schedule will have their seats for tonight’s game automatically banked for a future game this season. Direct questions the Stars ticket department at