The Dallas Stars have witnessed history in the making as their young sensation, Jason Robertson, has set a new franchise record for the most points in a single season. The 23-year-old winger surpassed the legendary Mike Modano, firmly establishing himself as a star in the NHL.
Robertson, a 39th overall pick in the 2017 NHL Draft, has been nothing short of phenomenal this season. In just 75 games, he has tallied an impressive 42 goals and 53 assists, accumulating a total of 95 points. With this incredible achievement, Robertson has not only etched his name in the Dallas Stars’ history books but also proven his ability to perform at a high level consistently. Throughout his career, he has maintained a stellar average of over a point per game, amassing 220 points in 203 NHL games thus far.
The Dallas Stars find themselves in a strong position this season, currently ranking second in the Central Division with 41 wins in 75 games. With a player like Robertson on their roster, the Stars are well-equipped for a deep playoff run. His outstanding performance is a testament to his talent and hard work, making him a crucial component of the team’s success.
Robertson’s on-ice chemistry with his teammates has been a significant factor in his success, as they have collectively managed to elevate their game this season. Combining speed, skill, and a keen hockey sense, he has consistently found ways to contribute to his team’s offense. Robertson’s playmaking abilities and knack for finding open teammates have made him a dangerous weapon for the Stars.
With the regular season winding down, the Dallas Stars and their fans are eagerly looking forward to the playoffs. The team’s success this year can be attributed in large part to the contributions of players like Jason Robertson. As he continues to break records and set new standards for the franchise, the future looks incredibly bright for both Robertson and the Dallas Stars organization.