It’s not going well for the Stars

The Dallas Stars may have been in the last Stanley Cup final, but they seem to be far less successful in their financial records as they have reportedly made another round of layoffs within their group of workers.

Several club employees were told this week that they would suffer the ax for a second time this year, The Athletic reported on Tuesday. The termination would be indefinite, depending on the start date of the next season.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic which temporarily interrupted the activities of the National Hockey League teams as of March 12, the Texas concession had dismissed staff members earlier in 2020. The people concerned had however returned to work when the Bettman Tour started playing games again, even though they were held behind closed doors in bubbles in Edmonton and Toronto.

Commissioner Gary Bettman mentioned a few days ago that the league was hoping to kick off the 2020-2021 campaign on January 1.

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