It's time to part ways.
Dallas Stars general manager Jim Nill confirmed with Mike Heika of The Dallas Morning News that the team won't offer a contract to pending unrestricted free agent Shawn Horcoff, or make a qualifying offer to restricted free agent Scott Glennie.
"I've known Shawn for some time, and I know he wants to have a big role in the team, and that probably wasn't possible here," Nill said. "We're moving toward a younger lineup, and I know Shawn will find the right fit on another team."
Horcoff, 36, appeared in 76 games for the Stars last season, scoring 11 goals and adding 18 assists.
Glennie, the team's eighth-overall pick in the 2009 draft, appeared in just one career game with the Stars and is still without a point. He spent 2014-15 with the Texas Stars, recording 39 points and 47 penalty minutes in 69 games.
"We have a lot of prospects moving up, and we want to allow them the chance to play," Nill said. "This will be good for Scott in that he can go someplace else and get a fresh start."