Dallas Stars pondering training camp in Charlottetown, newspaper says

CHARLOTTETOWN – There’s a report the City of Charlottetown and the Dallas Stars are close to signing a deal that would bring a portion of the NHL club’s training camp to Prince Edward Island this fall.

The Charlottetown Guardian cites a report in the Dallas Morning News that says the Stars are “pondering having part of training camp” on Prince Edward Island.

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Wayne Long, Charlottetown’s events development officer, declined comment when asked about the story.

P.E.I. natives Brad Richards and Steve Ott play for the Stars.

The city submitted a proposal to the Stars organization earlier this year.

Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee and Long travelled to Dallas last year for a five-day meeting with the organization.

(Charlottetown Guardian)