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AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER | GAME 3: DALLAS STARS vs. DETROIT RED WINGS | OCT. 10 | 7:30 p.m. CT

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0-2-0 (0-1-0 Home)
RECORD
2-0-0 (1-0-0 Road)
0 Points (T-5th Central)
RANK
4 Points (T-1st Atlantic)
25% (2-for-8)
POWER PLAY
22.2% (2-for-9)
88.9% (8-of-9)
PENALTY KILL
100.0% (11-of-11)
0-2-0
LAST 10 GAMES
2-0-0
     
Kari Lehtonen (0-2-0)
TEAM GOALTENDERS
Jimmy Howard (2-0-0)
Ben Bishop (0-0-0)
 
Petr Mrazek (0-0-0)
   
 
John Klingberg (1-1=2)
 
Mike Green (0-4=4)
Devin Shore (0-2=2)
POINTS LEADERS
Martin Frk (2-1=3)
Five players with one point
 
Anthony Mantha (1-2=3)
     
ALL-TIME RECORD VS. DETROIT:
105-108-38 Overall | 59-44-22 Home | 46-64-16 Road
2017-18 VS. DETROIT:
Oct. 10 vs. Detroit
Jan. 16 at Detroit

FRONT ROSTER PAGE FROM GAME NOTES 

(Includes all player season statistics)

* Statistics as of Oct. 9

WHAT TO WATCH

RED ALERT

The Dallas Stars and Detroit Red Wings meet on Tuesday night at American Airlines Center in the first of two games between the two teams during the 2017-18 campaign. Last season, Dallas and Detroit split the two games (1-1-0) with each club winning on home ice. On Jan. 12, 2017, the Stars defeated the Red Wings, 5-2, at American Airlines Center. Defenseman Stephen Johns (1-0=1), defenseman John Klingberg (1-0=1) and forward Brett Ritchie (1-0=1) potted goals for the Stars. The Stars have collected points in three-straight contests on home ice against the Red Wings (1-0-2) and have points in four of the last five overall games (2-1-2) against them. Forward Martin Hanzal leads all Stars players with 19 points (11-8=19) in 27 career contests against the Red Wings. 

JANMARKS THE SPOT

Stars forward Mattias Janmark potted a goal (1-0=1) on Saturday night against St. Louis for his first point of the 2017-18 campaign. Janmark, who missed the entire 2016-17 season due to a knee injury which he sustained during the preseason, recorded his first regular-season point since he potted two goals (2-0=2) on March 26, 2016 at San Jose. During his rookie campaign of 2015-16, the forward registered 29 points (15-14=29) in 73 regular-season games and finished the season tied for 11th among League rookies with 15 goals and ranked 14th in points (29). Additionally, Janmark shared second among all rookies and fourth on the Stars with a +12 plus/minus rating, which ranked as the fifth-best total by a rookie in franchise history. The native of Danderyd, Sweden was acquired by the Stars via trade with Detroit along with defenseman Mattias Backman and a second-round selection in the 2015 NHL Draft in exchange for forward Erik Cole and a third-round selection in the 2015 NHL Draft on March 1, 2015.

IT'S A SHORE THING

Stars forward Devin Shore notched an assist (0-1=1) against the Blues on Saturday night and has points in two consecutive games to start the 2017-18 season (0-2=2). He leads the Stars with two assists (0-2=2) and shares first with two points. The forward ranks fifth on the team in power play TOI/G (2:52) and fifth among club forwards in TOI/G (15:25). Last season against the Red Wings, Shore notched his lone assist of the season series (0-1=1) and his first point in three career contests against Detroit on Jan. 12 at American Airlines Center. The native of Ajax, Ont. shared sixth on the Stars in 2016-17 with 33 points (13-20=33) in 82 games during his first full season in the NHL. Shore was one of two Stars players to appear in all 82 games last season, joining forward Tyler Seguin. 

HOTLINE KLING

Defenseman John Klingberg recorded a goal (1-0=1) on Saturday night at Scottrade Center against the St. Louis Blues and now is riding a two-game point streak (1-1=2). Klingberg is tied for the team-lead with two points (1-1=2) and shares the club-lead with one goal. The blueliner has points in three of his last four games (1-3=4) against the Red Wings, potting his first career goal (1-0=1) vs. Detroit on Jan. 12, 2017 in his lone game during the 2016-17 season against them. Klingberg finished the 2016-17 regular-season tied for 10th among NHL defensemen with 49 points (13-36=49) in a career-high 80 games. The native of Gothenburg, Sweden registered career highs with 13 goals and four power play goals last season, which was tied for ninth and 11th among League blueliners, respectively.