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

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

by Staff Report @DallasStars /

What you should know about Saturday's game between the Dallas Stars and Montreal Canadiens:


Game 58: Dallas Stars (33-19-5) at Montreal Canadiens (27-25-7)

When: Saturday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. CT

Where: Bell Centre (Montreal, Québec)

TV: FOX Sports Southwest (Josh Bogorad, Daryl "Razor" Reaugh, Brien Rea, Brent Severyn)

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?
  • Dallas has earned points in four of the last five games (3-1-1) against Montreal, including points in seven of their last nine overall contests (4-2-3).

  • Captain Jamie Benn has inked the scoresheet in eight of his last 11 games against Montreal (6-6=12).

  • Benn has points in five points (2-3=5) over his last five games at Bell Centre.

  • Forward Joe Pavelski has 15 points (7-8=15) over his last 11 games against the Canadiens.

  • At Bell Centre, Pavelski has points in back-to-back contests (1-2=3) and three of his last four games (2-3=5). 

  • Forward Corey Perry has points in four of his last five games vs. Montreal (2-3=5).

  • Center Radek Faksa has registered points in four-straight games vs. the Canadiens (2-2=4), his longest active point streak against a single team.

  • Right wing Denis Gurianov  tied his career-high two goals (2-0=2) in the first meeting of the season between the two clubs on Nov. 2.


Take notice
  • Right wing Denis Gurianov recorded his 17th goal of the season on Thursday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

  • Gurianov is now tied with Fabian Brunnstrom (2008-09) and Jussi Jokinen (2005-06) for the third-most goals in a single season by a Dallas Stars rookie (1993-present).

  • The native of Togliatti, Russia trails James Neal (24, 2008-09) and Jamie Benn (22, 2009-10) on the all-time Dallas Stars rookie goals leaderboard.

  • During the 2019-20 campaign, Gurianov has skated in 52 contests and is tied for second on the club in goals (17), while he also leads all Stars rookies with 23 points (17-6=23).

  • Among all NHL rookies, he ranks third in goals (17) and shares ninth in points (23), while also sharing second in game-winning goals (4) and ranks second in shots on goal (109).

  • His 12 goals (12-0=12) on home ice this season are tied for the team-lead and are the second-most home goals in a single season by a Dallas Stars rookie, trailing only Jamie Benn (15, 2009-10).

  • Among League rookies, his 12 goals on home ice pace all first-year skaters. 


Cogliano hits 1,000 games
  • Stars forward Andrew Cogliano became the 348th player in NHL history to reach the 1,000 regular-season games played mark on Thursday night, becoming the 231st forward to reach the League-recognized milestone and one of just 30 active NHL players to do so. 

  • Heading into Saturday's contest, Cogliano has appeared in 1,000 out of a possible 1,007 regular-season games. His iron-man streak spanned the first 830 games of his career (Oct. 4, 2007 - Jan. 13, 2018) and stands as the seventh-longest games-played streak in NHL history.

  • Cogliano is one of 15 active players to have qualified for the Stanley Cup Playoffs in each of the last seven seasons and is one of only three NHL players to have recorded a goal in each of last six postseasons.

  • The 2019-20 season marks the first instance in Stars franchise history of three players skating in their 1,000th game in the same season with the club. Corey Perry (Nov. 13 at Calgary) and Joe Pavelski (Dec. 20 at Florida) reached the 1,000 regular-season games played mark earlier this season. 

  • Six teams in NHL history have had three-or-more players reach the 1,000 game plateau in the same season: Dallas (3 players, 2019-20), New Jersey (3 players, 2011-12), Anaheim (4 players, 2008-09), Montreal (3 players, 2007-08), Philadelphia (3 players, 2002-03) and Los Angeles (4 players, 1998-99). 

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