Ice Girls History
The Texas Stars Ice Girls have been a part of Texas Stars Hockey since the team's inaugural season in 2009-10. Following in the tradition of other Ice Girls squads around the NHL and AHL, the Texas Stars Ice Girls serve as role models and team ambassadors in the community and entertain fans at games.
The Ice Girls can be found welcoming fans to Cedar Park Center, painting faces on the concourse and entertaining the crowd with dance routines during the game. During intermissions, the squad takes to the ice, often throwing t-shirts to screaming fans.
When they are not performing at games or busy with rehearsals, the Ice Girls make appearances at many community events throughout Central Texas. The squad also participates in several volunteer initiatives each year in support of the Texas Stars Foundation, supporting such causes as the Austin Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure(r) and the Chuy's Children Giving to Children Parade for Operation Blue Santa.
The Ice Girls also host Junior Ice Girls clinics each year to help instill self-confidence and showmanship to young girls in the area. Each season, young girls participate in clinics where they learn a routine that they then get to perform on ice at a Texas Stars game.
Now in their fourth season, the Texas Stars Ice Girls have become a tradition at Cedar Park Center and look forward to being a part of the Central Texas community for years to come.