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Dallas Stars become 1st Texas team opposing 'bathroom bill'
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) The NHL's Dallas Stars have become the first Texas professional sports franchise to officially oppose a "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people.
Team President James Lites said in a statement Wednesday that the Stars are "strongly opposed to any legislation perceived as discriminatory."
The NFL and NBA have previously joined dozens of powerful businesses in opposing a proposal requiring transgender Texans to use public restrooms corresponding to the gender on their birth certificates.MORE
- Dallas Stars become 1st Texas team opposing 'bathroom bill'
- Dallas to host 2018 NHL draft at American Airlines Center
- Stars re-sign Radek Faksa to $6.6 million, 3-year deal
- Stars re-sign winger Brett Ritchie for 2 years, $3.5 million
- Stars sign Radulov to $31.25 million, 5-year deal
|Shots on Goal:||T. Seguin||301|
|Penalty Minutes:||810 (11)|
|SH Goals:||5 (16)|
|Goals Against:||260 (2)|
|Shots Against:||2439 (19)|
|Penalty Minutes:||800 (10)|
|No Recent Injuries|
|8/4||J. Oleksiak||Re-Signed One-year contract|
|8/1||N. Ebert||Signed with European team Slovan Bratislava (KHL-Russia)|
|7/14||R. Umberger||Invited to Training Camp|
|7/11||G. Smith||Re-Signed One-year contract|
|7/10||R. Faksa||Re-Signed Three-year contract|
|7/8||M. Heiskanen||Signed Three-year, entry-level contract|
|7/6||B. Ritchie||Re-Signed Two-year contract|
|7/3||A. Radulov||Signed as Free Agent Five-year contract|
|7/1||M. Backman||Became Unrestricted Free Agent Not tendered a qualifying offer|
|7/1||N. Ebert||Became Unrestricted Free Agent Not tendered a qualifying offer|