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

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

by Staff Report @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

What you need to know about Saturday's game between the Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues:

 

Game 2: Dallas Stars (0-1-0) at St. Louis Blues (0-0-1)

When: Saturday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. CT

Where: Enterprise Center (St. Louis)

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?
  • The Stars are riding a two-game winning streak (2-0-0) in St. Louis.

  • In 2018-19, Dallas won two games in St. Louis for the first time since the 2014-15 campaign. 

  • The Stars were a perfect 5-of-5 (100%) on the penalty kill and 2-for-3 (66.7%) on the power play in two games at Enterprise Center in 2018-19.

  • Prior to last season, the Stars hadn't won a game at Enterprise Center since Feb. 17, 2015 (W, 4-1), snapping a seven-game winless streak (0-4-3).

  • With a victory on Saturday, the Stars will post their longest winning streak in St. Louis since tallying four consecutive victories (4-0-0) from March 11, 2014 - Feb. 17, 2015. 

 

Stars make roster moves
  • Friday afternoon, the club recalled forwards Nick Caamano and Rhett Gardner from the Texas Stars, Dallas' top development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL). 

  • The club also announced that right wing Corey Perry has been designated as injured non-roster, and have placed right wing Blake Comeau (lower body injury) and center Jason Dickinson (upper body injury) on Injured Reserve retroactive to Oct. 3. Additionally, center Martin Hanzal (back injury) has been placed on Long Term Injured Reserve.

  • Caamano (ka-MAN-oh), 21, recorded 24 points (12-12=24) in 73 regular-season games for Texas in 2018-19. Among rookies last season on Texas, he ranked third in goals (12) and fourth in assists (12). 

  • Gardner, 23, made his professional debut during the 2018-19 campaign, posting five points (4-1=5) in 11 AHL games with Texas. Last season, he also skated in 37 games and recorded 15 points (8-7=15) with the University of North Dakota (NCAA).

 

Take a Hintz
  • Forward Roope Hintz lit the lamp (1-0=1) for his first goal of the 2019-20 season on Thursday.

  • 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.

  • He appeared in his first career Stanley Cup Playoffs in 2019 and registered eight points (5-3=8) in 13 games.

  • During the postseason, he was tied for first among all NHL rookies and shared first among all Dallas skaters with five goals.

  • Hintz ranked second among all first-year players in the Stanley Cup Playoffs and was sixth on the Stars with eight points.

 

Stars projected lineup

Jamie Benn - Radek Faksa - Tyler Seguin

Joe Pavelski - Roope Hintz - Alexander Radulov

Mattias Janmark - Justin Dowling - Denis Gurianov

Andrew Cogliano - Rhett Gardner - Nick Caamano

Esa Lindell - John Klingberg

Miro Heiskanen - Andrej Sekera

Jamie Oleksiak - Taylor Fedun

Ben Bishop

Anton Khudobin

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Hockey League or Dallas Stars Hockey Club.

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