Breaking News: Just IN Dallas Stars Confirm The Signing Of Another Top Experienced Star

Center Justin Hryckowian has agreed to a two-year, entry-level deal with the Dallas Stars.

The agreement will take effect in 2024–2025.

After three years in the NCAA with Northeastern, the 23-year-old is going professional. Hryckowian was able to negotiate a contract when Boston University eliminated the Huskies from the Hockey East playoffs.

Although the Quebec native was not selected in the NHL draft, he established himself as one of the Huskies’ most important offensive players. Hryckowian, who is more of a facilitator than a scorer, achieved a career high this season with 30 assists and 43 points in 32 games, besting Nashville Predators prospect Alexander Campbell for the top spot in team scoring.

Throughout his career, Hryckowian won numerous awards, including the Hockey East’s best defensive forward title for the previous two years in a row. Hryckowian, a nominee for the Hobey Baker award, was also selected to the all-rookie team in 2021–2022 and the third all-star team this year.

The L’Ile-Bizard, Quebec native had 52 points in 61 games between Sioux City and Cedar Rapids in the USHL prior to enrolling in college.

Hryckowian may sign a tryout contract to play with the Texas Stars of the AHL for the remainder of the season. If not, 2024–2025 will likely see him adjusting to the professional game, most likely with Texas.


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