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How to watch Stars vs. Wild: Live stream, game time, TV channel, lineup

Find out when and how to catch Dallas' game against Minnesota on TV, radio and streaming online

by Staff Report @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

What you should know about Sunday's game between the Dallas Stars and Minnesota Wild:

 

Game 28: Dallas Stars (15-10-2) at Minnesota Wild (11-11-4)

When: Sunday, Dec. 1 at 2 p.m. CT

Where: Xcel Energy Center (St. Paul, Minnesota)

TV: FOX Sports Southwest PLUS (Josh Bogorad, Daryl "Razor" Reaugh, Brien Rea, Brent Severyn); ESPN+ (Wild broadcast)

Radio: KTCK 1310-AM, 96.7-FM (Josh Bogorad, Daryl "Razor" Reaugh, Owen Newkirk, Bruce LeVine)

Live stream: FOX Sports GO and NHL.TV (outside Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex)

Follow: @DallasStars, official Dallas Stars app and NHL GameCenter

 

Did you know?
  • The Stars have won five-straight games (5-0-0) against the Wild and have collected points in six of the last seven games against them (6-1-0).

  • Captain Jamie Benn has points in three consecutive games (0-3=3) vs. Minnesota and points in eight of his last 10 contests (3-6=9) against them.

  • Benn has points in four-straight games (2-2=4) at Xcel Energy Center.

  • Center Tyler Seguin has recorded four-straight multi-point games (5-4=9) against the Wild and has posted 21 points (10-11=21) over his last 14 games against them.

  • Since joining the Stars in 2013-14, Seguin's 37 points (15-22=37) in 28 games vs. Minnesota are the second-most he's registered against any team (most: 39 points vs. Winnipeg).

  • Right wing Alexander Radulov has points in three-straight contests (4-2=6) vs. Minnesota and has inked the scoresheet in five of his last six contests (5-4=9) against them.

  • In the first meeting of the season, Radulov recorded the second hat trick of his NHL career (3-1=4) to help Dallas rally from a three-goal deficit.

  • Right wing Corey Perry has points in each of his last four games (3-1=4) at Xcel Energy Center.

  • Defenseman Miro Heiskanen has inked the scoresheet in four of his six career contests (0-5=5) against the Wild.

 

Hintz you been gone
  • Center Roope Hintz lit the lamp (1-0=1) on Friday night against the St. Louis Blues.

  • He has potted goals in two of his four contests (2-0=2) since returning to lineup on Nov. 23 after missing six games due to injury.

  • This season, Hintz has skated in 20 games and has tallied 13 points (11-2=13).

  • Among team leaders, the forward ranks first in goals (11) and shares fourth in points (13).

  • Hintz has seven goals (7-0=7) in nine road games this season, sharing 14th among NHL players in road goals.

  • The forward has lit the lamp in three of his last four road contests (4-0=4).

  • Last season, he registered 22 points (9-13=22) in 58 regular-season NHL games during his rookie campaign.

  • In 2018-19, he was tied for fifth among NHL rookies and shared fifth among all club skaters with three game-winning goals.

  • Additionally, Hintz shared ninth among League rookies and led Stars first-year players with three power play goals.

 

Stars projected lineup

Lines from Friday's game against St. Louis:

Jamie Benn - Justin Dowling - Tyler Seguin

Alexander Radulov - Roope Hintz - Joe Pavelski

Andrew Cogliano - Radek Faksa - Blake Commeau

Denis Gurianov - Jason Dickinson - Corey Perry

Esa Lindell - John Klingberg

Jamie Oleksiak - Miro Heiskanen

Andrej Sekera - Roman Polak

Ben Bishop

Anton Khudobin

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