Stephane Robidas questionable for tonight

DALLAS -- Stars defenseman Stephane Robidas is questionable for tonight's game against the Philadelphia Flyers at American Airlines Center.

"Robidas is a little bit of an issue right now with his foot," said Stars coach Glen Gulutzan. "We'll have game time decisions. I've told Toby Petersen and Adam Pardy both to be ready to play. If Robi comes out there is going to be some power play time that is going to have to be taken up and a defenseman will have to come in."

If Robidas doesn't play, Petersen would likely get some time playing point on the power play and Pardy, who has been scratched the last six games and ten of the last 13, would come in on the blue line.

Defenseman Philip Larsen, who missed Monday's game with a charley horse, skated with the team this morning, but he is not ready to return to the lineup yet.

"He can skate and everything, but with those charley horses if they get another blow that's the worst thing that can happen," Gulutzan said. "They've got to wait until it heals completely."

Adam Burish, who has missed the last 15 games with a broken hand, returns tonight.

Richard Bachman is in goal for his sixth straight start.