Game 75: Dallas Stars at Seattle Kraken

When: Saturday, March 30 at 9:00 PM CT

Where: Climate Pledge Arena

TV: Bally Sports Southwest

Radio: The Ticket 96.7-FM, 1310-AM

Live Stats: NHL Game Center

Dallas Stars
Seattle Kraken
46-19-9 (24-9-5 Away)
30-29-13 (16-16-6 Home)
101 Points (1st Central)
73 Points (5th Pacific)
Power Play
23.7% (52-for-219)
21.6% (46-for-213)
Penalty Kill
81.4% (179-for-220)
79.9% (159-for-199)
Last 10 Games

Five Points 5️⃣

  • The Dallas Stars face the Seattle Kraken Saturday night at Climate Pledge Arena for the second of three matchups between the teams this season. Since the Kraken joined the NHL in 2021-22, Dallas has earned a record of 5-1-1 in seven games against Seattle.
  • The clubs opened the season series on Dec. 18 in Dallas, where the Stars defeated the Kraken, 4-3, in overtime. Forward Matt Duchene recorded three points (2-1—3) and forward Jason Robertson (1-0—1)  and defenseman Thomas Harley (1-0—1) each scored a goal.
  • Robertson has recorded eight points (3-5—8) in seven career games against the Kraken, including five power-play points (2-3—5).
  • Forward Joe Pavelski has only been held off the scoreboard once in seven career games against the Kraken, earning a total of 13 points (5-8—13). He shares fourth among all active skaters in scoring against Seattle.
  • Defenseman Miro Heiskanen has tallied seven points (2-5—7) in his last four games against Seattle, including three power-play points (1-2—3). He has tallied eight points (2-6—8) in seven career games against the Kraken, including five points (1-4—5) in three games at Climate Pledge Arena.
Active Streaks
Leading Scorers

Joe Pavelski (3-5—8, 5 GP) 

Joe Pavelski (5-8—13, 7 GP)

Jamie Benn (2-5—7, 3 GP)

Roope Hintz (4-5—9, 7 GP)

Matt Duchene (3-2—5, 2 GP)

Matt Duchene (6-2—8, 7 GP)

Evgenii Dadonov (1-4—5, 4 GP)

Jamie Benn (2-6—8, 7 GP)

Jason Robertson (2-2—4, 3 GP)

Miro Heiskanen (2-6—8, 7 GP)

Roope Hintz (0-2—2, 2 GP)

Jason Robertson (3-5—8, 7 GP)

Players To Watch 👀

Captain Jamie Benn scored the game-winning goal (1-1—2) and crossed the 900-point (380-521—901) mark in his career Thursday night against the Vancouver Canucks. He has extended his goal streak (7-3—10) to six games, matching the longest goal streak of his career (six games, 6-1—7; March 1-11, 2011), and has extended his point streak to eight games (7-5—12), which sits two games shy of matching the longest point streak of his career (10 games, 8-6—14, March 1-19, 2011). Benn ranks sixth among Stars skaters with 54 points (18-36—54) through 74 games this season and ranks second with 21 power-play points (7-14—21).