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

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

by Staff Report @DallasStars /

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


Game 70: Dallas Stars (36-28-5) vs. Minnesota Wild (33-29-8)

When: Thursday, March 14, 7 p.m. CT

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

TV: FOX Sports Southwest

Radio: KTCK 1310-AM, 96.7-FM

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

Official Stars app: Click here to download

GameCenter: Follow the action LIVE


Where the Wild things are

The Dallas Stars meet the Minnesota Wild on Thursday night at Xcel Energy Center on the first night of a back-to-back. The Stars are 4-3-2 on the front end of back-to-backs in 2018-19, most recently losing to the Hurricanes, 3-0, on Feb. 23 at American Airlines Center. The two clubs meet for the fourth of five games this season, with the Stars holding a 2-1-0 record. In three games this season vs. Minnesota, multiple Stars players have tallied two points including Tyler Seguin (2-0=2), Alexander Radulov (1-1=2), Miro Heiskanen (0-2=2) and Mattias Janmark (0-2=2). On special teams in 2018-19 against the Wild, the Stars are 0-for-8 on the power play and 6-of-7 (85.7%) on the penalty kill. In the most recent contest between the two clubs on Feb. 1, the Stars defeated the Wild, 3-1, at American Airlines Center. Seguin potted a game-high two goals (2-0=2) and Andrew Cogliano posted two points (1-1=2). Ben Bishop turned aside 21 of the 22 shots he faced. The Stars defeated the Wild in overtime, 2-1, on Dec. 22 in the last game at Xcel Energy Center. Dallas snapped a four-game losing skid in Minnesota, posting the club's first victory since a 4-3 overtime win on Feb. 9, 2016.


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Bish please

Stars goaltender Ben Bishop turned aside all 35 shots he faced on Tuesday night against the Buffalo Sabres for his third consecutive shutout and his 12th-straight victory vs. Buffalo (12-0-0). Bishop became the third goaltender in Stars franchise history to not allow a goal in three consecutive appearances, joining Ed Belfour (Nov. 17 - Nov. 24, 2000) and Cesare Maniago (Dec. 13 - 16, 1967). The netminder has not allowed a goal in a career-best 204:20, having last allowed a goal during the second period on March 2 at St. Louis. Bishop's shutout streak is the longest by an NHL goaltender since San Jose's Martin Jones logged a 234:33 shutout streak from Oct. 7 - 16, 2015. Over his last 10 games, Bishop has earned an 8-2-0 record with a 1.20 goals-against average, a .963 save percentage and four shutouts. In 40 games this season, Bishop has posted a 23-14-2 record with a 2.08 GAA, a .932 SV% and six shutouts (6). Among League leaders, he ranks first in SV% (.932), second in GAA (2.08) and shares second in shutouts (6). Over his career against the Wild, Bishop has appeared in nine games and has earned a 4-4-0 record with a 1.73 GAA and a .938 SV%.


Take a Hintz

Forward Roope Hintz recorded the first multi-point and multi-goal game (2-0=2) of his NHL career on Tuesday vs. the Buffalo Sabres. Hintz now has lit the lamp in three of his last four road contests (4-0=4) and has recorded two game-winning goals over that span. The native of Tampere, Finland has skated in 45 NHL contests this season and has registered 13 points (7-6=13) with 18 penalty minutes. Among all NHL rookies, he shares seventh with two game-winning goals and eighth with three power play goals. In the first game of the 2018-19 season for Dallas on Oct. 4, he made his NHL debut against the Coyotes and logged one shot on goal with 9:59 time on ice. He recorded his first NHL point with a goal (1-0=1) on Nov. 18 against the New York Islanders at Barclays Center. This season, the forward has also skated in 21 AHL contests for the Texas Stars and has recorded 22 points (9-13=22) with two power play goals. Hintz was originally selected by Dallas in the second round (49th overall) of the 2015 NHL Draft.

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