Dallas Stars Game Previews
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.
Special teams drive big opening win, but injuries and even-strength play leave questions.
Another Star falls as Dallas loses Roope Hintz in Game 4. The bench is getting a bit short.
Dominance from the Lightning’s top line highlighted the Game 3 blowout. Injuries and performance call for adjustments.
Questions abound as Dallas gets their turn as the home team. Injuries are stacking up.
Dallas will face Tampa Bay in the 2020 Stanley Cup Final. The first all-southern matchup is an intriguing pairing for the Stars, as they look to shock the hockey world again.
Depth has been a key factor for Dallas’ playoff run. Vegas needs to find a go-to solution.
The Stars need to rebound from a tough game two loss, but they’ll need to get to the crease to do it.
Dallas Stars hockey returned with a vengeance during the first game of the Western Conference Final.
The Stars advanced to the Western Conference Final for the first time since 2008 thanks to their dramatic Game 7 win on Friday. They now face a Golden Knights team that is talented, deep, and dangerous.
The bounces went the Stars’ way in Game 2, but offensive zone execution is needed to keep the Avalanche down.
On the way to the supposed Colorado coronation, Dallas proves that nothing is pre-ordained.