Wednesday February 16
TV: Fox Sports Southwest Plus
About the Stars
The Stars opened a three-game road trip to Western Canada with a 3-1 loss to the Edmonton Oilers Tuesday night. The Stars have lost six of seven games (1-5-1) since the All-Star break.
“They worked harder than us to tilt the ice in their favor," said Stars captain Brenden Morrow. "We need to do a little bit more of that."
The Stars are 2-7-1 in their last ten games.
Stars coach Marc Crawford is undecided on a starting goaltender for Wednesday’s game.
About the Flames
The Flames routed Colorado 9-1 Monday night to improve to 9-1-2 over their past 12 games. Calgary scored five goals on its first 13 shots.
“We were playing with confidence, moving the puck, controlling the puck, playing the way we wanted to play,” said Flames coach Brent Sutter. “We gained momentum, obviously, from our start. It’s a confident bunch and we feel good about the way we’re playing and we’re getting a work ethic from everyone.”
Wednesday’s game opens a five-game homestand for the Flames.
*This is the third of four meetings between the two teams.
*The Stars are 0-1-1 in the season series and the Flames are 2-0-0.
*Thursday December 23 | at Dallas| Calgary 3, Dallas 2 (SO)
* Friday January 21 | at Calgary | Calgary 7, Dallas 4
*The Stars have lost five straight games on the road and have been outscored 27-10 in those five games.
*The Stars have scored two goals over their last two games, both on the power play.
*The Stars have scored one goal in five of their last nine games.
*The Stars are 25-37 (67.6%) on the penalty kill in their last ten games.
*The Flames are 12-48 (25.0%) on the power play over their last 12 games.
*The Flames are 3-7 (42.9%) on the penalty kill over the last three games.
*Flames forward Curtis Glencross has seven goals in the last seven games and nine goals over the last eleven games.
Statistical matchup between the Dallas Stars and Calgary Flames