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NHL Preview: Dallas Stars (30-16-12) at Vegas Golden Knights (35-18-5)


Feb. 22, 2023 – STARS 3 vs. BLACKHAWKS 4
Despite jumping out to a three-goal lead, the Stars fell 4-3 to the Chicago Blackhawks in front of 18,326 at American Airlines Center on Wednesday. Tyler Seguin (1-0—1), Jamie Benn (1-1—2) and Jason Robertson (1-0—1) tallied goals for the Stars, while Denis Gurianov (0-1—1) and Miro Heiskanen (0-1—1) picked up assists. Making his 42nd start of the season, goaltender Jake Oettinger made 19 saves on 23 shots. With the loss, the Stars fell to 1-1-0 vs. the Blackhawks this season, having earned a 6-4 victory in the series opener on Nov. 23, 2022 at American Airlines Center.
PP: 1-3 | PK: 1-2 | SF: 32 | SA: 23 | DAL TOI: Heiskanen (27:29 – game high) | Attendance: 18,326
Three Stars: 1. CHI – M. Domi 2. CHI – P. Kane 3. DAL – J. Benn

Date Opponent Time (CT) Location TV/Radio
Sat, Feb. 25, 2023 Vegas Golden Knights 9 p.m. T-Mobile Arena BSSW/KTCK
Mon, Feb. 27, 2023 Vancouver Canucks 7:30 p.m. American Airlines Center BSSW/KTCK
Wed, March 1, 2023 Arizona Coyotes 7:30 p.m. American Airlines Center BSSW/KTCK
Thu, March 2, 2023 Chicago Blackhawks 7:30 p.m. United Center BSSW/KTCK
Sat, March 4, 2023 Colorado Avalanche 2:30 p.m. American Airlines Center ABC/KTCK

Feb. 10 – Recalled forward Marián Studenič from Texas (AHL)
Feb. 15 – Loaned forward Marián Studenič to Texas (AHL)
Feb. 16 – Recalled forward Fredrik Karlstrom from Texas (AHL)
Feb. 18 – Recalled forward Fredrik Olofsson from Texas (AHL)
Feb. 19 – Loaned forwards Fredrik Karlstrom and Fredrik Olofsson to Texas (AHL)
Feb. 20 – Recalled forwards Fredrik Karlstrom and Fredrik Olofsson from Texas (AHL)
Feb. 21 – Loaned forwards Fredrik Karlstrom and Fredrik Olofsson to Texas (AHL)
Feb. 22 – Recalled forward Fredrik Olofsson and goaltender Matt Murray from Texas (AHL)
Feb. 23 – Loaned forward Fredrik Olofsson and goaltender Matt Murray to Texas (AHL)
Feb. 24 – Recalled forward Fredrik Olofsson from Texas (AHL)

Man-games lost, 2022-23: 30
D Miro Heiskanen Upper body 3 Oct. 25-29
G Jake Oettinger Lower body 4 Nov. 1-8
F Denis Gurianov Upper body 6 Nov. 11-21
F Roope Hintz Lower body 1 Nov. 19
F Roope Hintz Upper body 7 Jan. 10-21
F Joel Kiviranta Lower body 6 Feb. 8-pres.
F Luke Glendening Undisclosed 2 Feb. 18-pres.
G Scott Wedgewood Undisclosed 1 Feb. 22-pres.

TONIGHT’S GAME: The Stars hit the road for a quick trip to Sin City to take on the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena (9 p.m. CT, TV: Bally Sports Southwest, Radio: The Ticket 96.7-FM/1310-AM). This is the second meeting of the season between the two clubs and the final regular-season matchup in Las Vegas. In the series opener, the Stars earned a 4-0 victory over the Golden Knights at TMobile Arena on Jan. 16. These teams will meet once more on April 8 at American Airlines Center.


  • The Stars are 1-0-0 vs. the Golden Knights this season, earning a 4-0 victory on Jan. 16 at T-Mobile Arena.
  • Dallas is 4-6-8 all-time against Vegas, including a 2-3-0 mark on the road.
  • The Stars enter tonight’s game with points in five of the past six games (3-1-2) against the Golden Knights.
  • Captain Jamie Benn (1-0—1) lit the lamp in the series opener giving him points in four of his past five games (2-2—4) against the Golden Knights. He also has five points (3-2—5) in 11 career contests against them.
  • Forward Tyler Seguin (1-0—1) tallied his third goal and seventh point (3-4—7) in his 12th career game against Vegas in the series opener in January.
  • Forward Joe Pavelski leads active Stars in goals (5) and points (5-4—9) and shares second in assists (4) in 12 career games against the Golden Knights.
  • Forward Ty Dellandrea (0-2—2) recorded two assists in his first career appearance against the Golden Knights on Jan. 16.
  • Defenseman Ryan Suter (1-0—1) tallied his first goal of the season against Vegas on Jan. 16. Suter paces the Stars in assists (6) and shares second in points (1-6—7) in a team-high 20 career contests against the Golden Knights. Suter is averaging 24:12 over that span, tops among active Stars.
  • Defenseman Miro Heiskanen enters tonight’s game with four assists (0-4—4) in nine career games vs. Vegas.
  • Defenseman Nils Lundkvist (0-1—1) registered an assist in his first career game against the Golden Knights on Jan. 16.
  • With a 27-save shutout on Jan. 16, goaltender Jake Oettinger improved 2-0-0 with a 0.96 goals-against average and .968 save percentage in two career appearances against the Golden Knights.
  • Netminder Scott Wedgewood is 1-1-1 with a 2.75 GAA and .934 SV% in three career appearances vs. Vegas.
  • Pete DeBoer spent parts of three seasons as the head coach of the Vegas Golden Knights. Hired midway through the 2019-20 season, he guided the Golden Knights to the 2020 Western Conference Final against the Stars.
  • In his time with Vegas, DeBoer earned a 98-50-12 record in 160 regular-season contests with a .650 points percentage. He led Vegas to the postseason in two of his three campaigns with the club, registering a 22-17 record in 39 postseason games and reaching the semifinal round in both the 2020 and 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Jan. 16 at Vegas – W, 4-0
Feb. 25 at Vegas
April 8 vs. Vegas


Golden Knights 2022-23 Record: 35-18-5, 75 points (18-13-0 at Home, 17-5-5 on Road)

Feb. 25 vs. Dallas Stars AT&T SportsNet Fox Sports 98.9 FM/1340 AM Deportes 1460 AM
Feb. 27 at Colorado Avalanche AT&T SportsNet Fox Sports 98.9 FM/1340 AM None
Mar. 1 vs. Carolina Hurricanes TNT Fox Sports 98.9 FM/1340 AM Deportes 1460 AM
Mar. 3 vs. New Jersey Devils AT&T SportsNet Fox Sports 98.9 FM/1340 AM Deportes 1460 AM
Mar. 5 vs. Montreal Canadiens AT&T SportsNet Fox Sports 98.9 FM/1340 AM Deportes 1460 AM

February 23 – Vegas Golden Knights 4, Calgary Flames 3 OT
Alex Pietrangelo scored at 42 seconds of overtime to lift the Vegas Golden Knights (35-18-5) to a 4-3 victory against the Calgary Flames (27-20-12) on Thursday night at T-Mobile Arena. Jakob Pelletier’s goal midway through the first period was the only goal in the opening frame as Calgary took a 1-0 lead into the intermission. After Jonathan Huberdeau added to the lead, Jack Eichel buried his 19th goal of the season to make it a 2-1 game. Mikael Macklund put the Flames ahead, 3-1, heading into the third period. Zach Whitecloud scored five minutes into the third period to make it a one-goal game before William Carrier’s goal at 12:35 brought the game to 3-3. In overtime, Jonathan Marchessault’s shot rang off the crossbar but sat in the crease for Pietrangelo who chipped in the winning goal.


  • With his 19th goal of the season, Eichel is tied with Reilly Smith for the team lead in goals this season
  • Pietrangelo’s OT winner was the fifth of his career and second as a Golden Knight
  • Carrier has five goals and three assists since returning to the line-up from injury on 1/27/23
  • The Golden Knights limited the Flames to one shot in the third period for the fourth time in franchise history (last 3/1/20 vs. LAK third period)
  • Vegas extended their point streak to eight games, going back to their game against the Islanders on Jan. 28

Comeback Kids
The Golden Knights completed their 10th third-period comeback win of the season on Thursday night over Calgary, the most in the NHL this season. This is the second time the Golden Knights have overcome a multi-goal deficit in the third period and win this season (Nov. 21, 2022 @ VAN) and the third time in franchise history that Vegas has completed the feat twice in a season (2x in 2021-22 and 2020- 21). Vegas has outscored their opponents 65-60 in the third period, has won six in overtime, three in a shootout and has a .333 win percentage when trailing after the second period (first in NHL).

Eight Straight
The Golden Knights secured their eighth straight win at home against the Flames to improve to 8-0-0 when facing Calgary at T-Mobile Arena. With the win, Vegas becomes the first club since 2005-06 to win each of its first eight or more home games against an opposing franchise. The Stars (Nov. 1, 2000 to Apr. 11, 2006) and Avalanche (Oct. 14 2000 to Mar. 2, 2006) both saw their streaks end in the same season.

Back on Track
Despite seeing their five-game win streak come to an end on Tuesday against the Blackhawks, the Golden Knights currently hold on to an eight-game point streak at 6-0-2 entering their game with the Stars on Saturday. Additionally, Vegas has won five straight games at home for the first time this season and for the first time since Mar. 6 – 26, 2022.

Against the Stars
Saturday’s meeting marks the second of three this season against Dallas. The Golden Knights are 8-3-1 all-time against the Stars and 3-2-0 when at home. The last time these two teams met, Jake Oettinger shut out Vegas to secure Dallas the 4-0 victory. The Golden Knights have won five straight games at home and will look to extend it with a win over the Stars on Saturday.

2022-23 Season DAL Series: 0-1-0 (Home: 0-1-0, Road: 0-0-0)
Jan. 16 – at Vegas (Vegas 0, Dallas 4)
Feb. 25 – at Vegas
Apr. 8 – at Vegas

2021-22 Season DAL Series: 2-1-0 (Home: 1-0-0, Road: 1-1-0)
Oct. 27 – at Dallas (Vegas 3, Dallas 2)
Dec. 8 – at Vegas (Vegas 5, Dallas 4)
Apr. 26 – at Dallas (Vegas 2, Dallas 3 SO)

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