What you need to know about Monday's game between the Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning:
Game 49: Dallas Stars (27-17-4) vs. Tampa Bay Lightning (29-15-4)
When: Monday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. CT
Where: American Airlines Center (Dallas, Texas)
TV: NBCSN (check local listings)
Radio: KTCK 1310-AM, 96.7-FM (Josh Bogorad, Daryl "Razor" Reaugh, Owen Newkirk, Bruce LeVine)
In-arena radio: 97.5-FM
Live stream: NBC Sports Live and NHL.TV (outside Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex)
Follow: @DallasStars, official Dallas Stars app and NHL GameCenter
Tickets: View seats
Parking: Purchase now
Did you know?
In the first game of the 2019-20 season series on Dec. 19, Dallas snapped a five-game winless streak (0-4-1) to Tampa Bay with a 4-3 overtime victory.
Defenseman John Klingberg logged a team-high two assists (0-2=2) and right wing Alexander Radulov recorded two points (1-1=2).
At American Airlines Center, the Stars have points in three of their last four games (2-1-1) against the Lightning.
Captain Jamie Benn has inked the scoresheet in five of his seven career contests (3-4=7) against the Lightning at American Airlines Center.
Center Tyler Seguin notched two points (1-1=2) against the Lightning on Dec. 19.
The forward has points in four of his last five games (2-6=8) vs. Tampa Bay in the Lone Star State.
Tyler the Creator
Center Tyler Seguin has recorded an assist in four of his last six games (0-4=4).
Seguin skated in his 516th career game with the club on Jan. 16 vs. Buffalo and recorded an assist (0-1=1), becoming the fifth-fastest skater in franchise history to reach 500 points with the club. In 517 games with the Stars, Seguin has amassed 500 points (217-283=500).
The forward leads the Stars with 36 points (11-25=36) in 48 contests during the 2019-20 campaign.
He also ranks first on the team in assists (25), while sharing first in game-winning goals (3) and fourth in goals (11).
The native of Brampton, Ont. this season ranks seventh in the NHL and leads the Stars with 173 shots on goal.
Seguin ranks 12th in franchise history with 500 points (217-283=500) in 517 games and is one assist away from tying Mike Ribeiro for 12th on the all-time franchise assists leaderboard.
All he does is Lin
Defenseman Esa Lindell potted the overtime goal (1-0=1) on Jan. 14 against the Avalanche at Pepsi Center.
The blueliner's game-winning tally marked the second overtime goal of his NHL career and the first since Dec. 23, 2016 vs. Los Angeles.
The blueliner recorded a five-game assist streak (0-8=8) from Dec. 29 - Jan. 9, the longest point and assist streak of his NHL career.
Lindell recorded consecutive multi-point games for the second time in his career over the five-game streak, having also done so from Feb. 19 - 21, 2019 (1-3=4).
The Vantaa, Finland native shares second on the Stars with 17 assists and ranks second among club defensemen with 20 points (3-17=20) this season.
Lindell ranks first in the NHL with 3:56 shorthanded time on ice per game, while ranking second on the Stars with 23:38 time on ice.
He leads club blueliners in game-winning goals (2), overtime goals (1) and is tied for first in power play goals (1).
Stars projected lineup
Jamie Benn - Tyler Seguin - Alexander Radulov
Denis Gurianov - Joe Pavelski - Roope Hintz
Andrew Cogliano - Radek Faksa - Blake Comeau
Mattias Janmark - Jason Dickinson - Corey Perry
Esa Lindell - John Klingberg
Miro Heiskanen - Roman Polak
Jamie Oleksiak - Stephen Johns
Scratched: C Justin Dowling, D Andrej Sekera, D Taylor Fedun
Injured: C Martin Hanzal (back)
Don't miss your chance to see the Stars take on the Tampa Bay Lightning when they return home to American Airlines Center on Monday at 7 p.m. Get your tickets now!