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Marty Turco

Former Dallas Stars All-Star Goaltender

Following a decorated NHL career, Marty Turco transitioned to a front-office role with the Dallas Stars. He serves as chairman of the board of the Dallas Stars Foundation after previously serving as president since May 2018.

An 11-year veteran of the NHL, Turco spent the first nine seasons of his career as a member of the Dallas Stars. From 2000 to 2010, he appeared in 509 games with the Stars, compiling 262 wins, 11,420 saves and 40 shutouts. He still ranks first in franchise history in games, wins and shutouts, and ranks third in saves.

The Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, native played for three NHL clubs (Dallas, Chicago and Boston) and appeared in three NHL All-Star Games. Turco posted six straight 30-or-more win seasons, including a 41-win campaign during the 2005-2006 season with the Stars. His 1.72 goals-against-average in 2002-2003 set a then-NHL record.

Turco officially announced his retirement from the NHL following the conclusion of the 2011-2012 season. He is actively involved with the C5 Texas Youth Foundation, where he serves as a board member.

Turco and his wife, Kelly, reside in Dallas and have three children.