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Stars vs. Blues: Game 4 time, TV channel, live stream, how to watch

Dallas can even the series back up Wednesday with a win on home ice

by Staff Report @DallasStars /

What you need to know know about Game 4 between the Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night at American Airlines Center:


Game 4: Dallas Stars vs. St. Louis Blues (STL leads 2-1)

When: Wednesday, May 1, 8:30 p.m. CT

Where: American Airlines Center, Dallas

TV: NBCSN (check local listings), Sportsnet, TVA Sports

Radio: The Ticket 1310-AM, 96.7-FM

In-arena radio: 97.5-FM

Live stream: NBC Sports Live

Official Stars app: Click here to download

GameCenter: Follow the action LIVE

Party on the Plaza presented by Bud Light: Begins at 5:30 p.m. on Victory Plaza (weather permitting)

Stars Playoff Central: Complete coverage


Arrive early for Party on the Plaza presented by Bud Light

Join us on Victory Plaza outside American Airlines Center for "Party on the Plaza" presented by Bud Light beginning at 5:30 p.m. (weather permitting). The biggest Game 4 party includes live music, the Dallas Stars Street Squad, Bud Light Beer Garden and much more!

Not attending the game? Bring your own lawn chair and stick around to watch all the action between the Stars and Blues on the plaza videoboard! Limited parking is available inside the Silver Garage (2503 Victory Avenue) for $25, as well as surface lots surrounding American Airlines Center.

Click here for more information.

Please note: No outside coolers, food or beverages are permitted on the plaza.


Welcome Mats

Left wing Mats Zuccarello recorded an assist (0-1=1) on Monday night in Game 3 of the Second Round against St. Louis. Zuccarello has now registered points in a career-best three consecutive postseason games (0-4=4), besting his previous career-mark of two consecutive postseason games which he had matched on numerous occasions. In Game 2 against the Blues on Saturday, he tallied two assists (0-2=2) and recorded the seventh multi-point postseason game of his career. Zuccarello posted a multi-point game in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since Game 3 of the 2017 Eastern Conference Second Round against the Ottawa Senators, when he registered a goal and an assist (1-1=2). Saturday marked the forward's fourth career multi-assist performance in the postseason and his first since Game 1 of the 2014 Eastern Conference Final against the Montreal Canadiens (1-2=3). Zuccarello has skated in nine games during the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoff games, recording seven points (3-4=7). Among all Dallas players, he is tied for second in points (7), while he shares third in goals (3) and assists (4). Since being acquired via trade from the New York Rangers on Feb. 23, the forward has appeared in a combined 11 games (regular season and postseason) with Dallas and has recorded 10 points (4-6=10), a +6 plus/minus rating and 23 shots on goal. The native of Oslo, Norway now made seven appearances (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019) in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. In 69 career Stanley Cup Playoff games, he has posted 38 points (14-24=38).


Hintz the name Roope

Rookie Roope Hintz has inked the scoresheet in two of his last three postseason contests (2-2=4). In Game 2 of the Second Round against the Blues, he notched a postseason career-high three points (2-1=3). He recorded the most points ever by a Dallas Stars rookie (1993-present) in a Stanley Cup Playoff game on Saturday afternoon, surpassing the previous record of two points which was most recently matched by Hintz in Game 4 of the First Round against Nashville (2-0=2). In the history of the franchise (1967-present), his three points are the most recorded in a single postseason game by a rookie since forward Don Barber recorded three points (2-1=3) in Game 4 of the 1990 Norris Division Semifinals against the Chicago Blackhawks (W, 4-0). Hintz has now recorded two multi-goal games in the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs and is the first Stars rookie to record multiple multi-goal goal games in a postseason since the franchise began play in Dallas. Only two North Stars rookies recorded multiple multi-goal games in a postseason: Steve Christoff (2 in 1980) and Dino Ciccarelli (2 in 1981). Pittsburgh's Jake Guentzel was the last rookie in the NHL to record multiple multi-goal games in a postseason, registering three during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The native of Tampere, Finland ranks second on the Stars in goals (4-3=7) and shares second in points (7) through nine Stanley Cup Playoff contests. His four goals in the 2019 postseason shares 10th among all NHL players and are tied with Niko Kapanen (2003) for the most total goals in a postseason by a Dallas Stars rookie. Among League rookies in the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, he shares first in points (7), assists (3) and shots on goal (20), while he ranks second in goals (4).


Miro, Miro on the wall

Rookie defenseman Miro Heiskanen recorded an assist (0-1=1) in Game 3 of the Second Round on Monday night against the St. Louis Blues and has points in career-best two consecutive postseason contests (1-1=2). If he records a point in Game 4, Heiskanen will become the first rookie in Dallas Stars history (1993-present) to record points three-or-more consecutive team playoff games. The last rookie in franchise history to record a point in 3+ consecutive team playoff games was forward Marc Bureau in 1991 Stanley Cup Playoffs with the Minnesota North Stars. Forward Jude Drouin in the 1971 Stanley Cup Playoffs with the North Stars has the longest franchise point streak at six team playoff games as a rookie. In nine games during the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Heiskanen shares seventh on the club with four points (2-2=2). He ranks second on the club and 12th among all NHL players in the postseason with 25:46 time on ice. Among League rookies in the playoffs, he ranks first in TOI/G (25:46) and shares first in shots on goal (20). Additionally, Heiskanen is tied for third in points (4) and goals (2), while he shares fourth in assists (2). The native of Espoo, Finland recorded a goal and an assist (1-1=2) in his Stanley Cup Playoff debut in Game 1 against the Nashville Predators. Heiskanen (19 Years, 266 Days) became one of five rookie defensemen in NHL history to have at least two points in his playoff debut, joining Erik Karlsson (2010), Scott Niedermayer (1993), Jim Pavese (1982) and Ray Bourque (1980). He is one of 22 teenage rookies in NHL history, including teammates Tyler Seguin and Jason Spezza , to have at least two points in his playoff debut.


Watch 'Stars LIVE Playoffs Edition' immediately following game

FOX Sports Southwest's coverage of the Dallas Stars will continue into the Second Round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs with flagship postgame show Stars LIVE Playoffs Edition. Stars LIVE Playoffs Edition will be televised after every installment of the Stars and St. Louis Blues' best-of-seven series.

Stars LIVE Playoffs Edition will be hosted by Brien Rea and feature instant reaction from Brent Severyn, Josh Bogorad and Daryl 'Razor' Reaugh. The postgame show will originate from the FOX Sports studio in Irving, TX, for all road games, with Bogorad and Reaugh delivering analysis from Enterprise Center in St. Louis. For Games 3, 4 and 6 (if necessary), Stars LIVE Playoffs Edition will broadcast live from American Airlines Center in Dallas.


Round 2 series schedule

Game 1: Blues 3, Stars 2 (St. Louis leads 1-0)

Game 2: Stars 4, Blues 2 (Series tied 1-1)

Game 3: Blues 4, Stars 3 (St. Louis leads 2-1)

Game 4: Blues at Stars, Wednesday, May 1, 8:30 p.m.

Game 5: Stars at Blues, Friday, May 3, 8:30 p.m.

* Game 6: Blues at Stars, Sunday, May 5

* Game 7: Stars at Blues, Tuesday, May 7

*If necessary

Single game playoff tickets for the 2019 Playoffs presented by City Credit Union, 7-Eleven, and Sandman Signature Plano - Frisco Hotel are available at

Fans also have the opportunity to secure all-inclusive luxury suites for all home playoff games by calling 214-GO-STARS or visiting

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