Dallas Stars Game Previews
Another game against an NHL bottom feeder. Another chance to end road woes.
A week ago, Dallas pulled out a home 6-5 shootout win. Can the Stars back that up on the road?
Dallas looks to go 4-0 at home in their Covid extended stay in Texas. Back to back afternoon games over the weekend give the Stars a chance to move up in the standings.
Illness and uninspired play have turned December into a somber month. Is there hope for a rebound in St. Louis?
Dallas wants to stop a two-game skid as they take on the Sharks on the road.
Victories against St. Louis and Edmonton have shown the team’s potential. Consistent play and a win against Colorado could signify the turning of a corner on what has been a tough start to the season.
Two regulation wins could be a blip on the downward trendline that is the Stars 2021-2022 season.
After a brutal road schedule to start the season, the Stars need some home success to turn things around.
Dallas wraps up a two game homestand after playing their best game of the year. The game presents an opportunity to followup that effort with a win.
Even with key injuries and inconsistency from star players, Dallas can still open the season with two wins in four road games.
Tyler Seguin back in Boston for a Saturday night tilt. What happens to a team that doesn’t score when John Klingberg goes down?
The Stars haven’t beaten the Lightning in their previous three tries but are hoping this series will be different.
After a gut-wrenching, last second OT loss against the Blue Jackets yesterday, the Stars hope to pick up the full two points today.
With one win in the last seven games, Dallas hopes to get back on track by serving up some revenge on the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The Stars hope to build on the last time they played Nashville when they scored 10 goals.
When they host Carolina tonight, the Stars need to wipe out the memory of the two losses they suffered in Raleigh earlier in the season.