The Stars have signed defenseman Dan Spang, but it is to a two-way contract, so that makes a lot more sense. The 27-year-old, who played 77 games for the Texas Stars last season, will probably be an important part of the plan down there. The Stars have some important decisions to make on defense, and that's why it was surprising that cap geek listed him as having a one-way contract.Here is their defense right now:Stephane Robidas _ $3.55 million with no-trade clause
Trevor Daley _$3.5 million with no-trade clause
Alex Goligoski _ $2.75 million
Nicklas Grossman _ $1.75 million
Mark Fistric _ $1.25 millionThey have unrestricted free agents in Jeff Woywitkaand Karlis Skrastins, but will not sign them before July 1 and will simply keep them among many options going forward.Brad Lukowich still is in discussions for a two-way contract and would again be a key piece in Cedar Park with the possibility he could have a bigger role in Dallas than he had last season.And prospects Brenden Dillon and Philip Larsen will get a chance to make the team out of training camp.That means the Stars still could go after one of the top-level defensemen in free agency or could wait to fill in with an older veteran after the early big names fall.Adding to the defense could be one of the most important jobs for GM Joe Nieuwendyk this summer, so it will be interesting to watch what he does.