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

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

by Staff Report @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

Everything you need to know about Thursday's game between the Dallas Stars and Toronto Maple Leafs:

 

Game 57: Dallas Stars (32-19-5) at Toronto Maple Leafs (30-19-8)

When: Thursday, Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. CT

Where: Scotiabank Arena (Toronto, Ontario)

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 (blackout restrictions may apply)

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

 

Did you know?
  • Defenseman John Klingberg  is riding a four-game point streak (1-3=4) against the Maple Leafs.

  • Center Tyler Seguin has inked the scoresheet in six of his last seven games (4-9=13) against the Maple Leafs.

  • Seguin has points in four consecutive games (2-5=7) at Scotiabank Arena.

  • Captain Jamie Benn has lit the lamp in three of his last four games (3-1=4) against the Maple Leafs.

  • In Toronto, Benn has goals in back-to-back outings (2-1=3) and points in three of his last four games (3-1=4).

  • Right wing Alexander Radulov has inked consecutive multi-point games (3-2=5) vs. Toronto and has recorded two-or-more points in five of his last eight games against them (4-8=12).

  • Forward Joe Pavelski has notched a goal in seven of his last nine games (7-5=12) against the Maple Leafs.

  • At Scotiabank Arena, Pavelski has points in six of his eight career games (4-4=8).

 

Cogs scheduled to reach 1,000th game
  • Stars forward Andrew Cogliano is scheduled to become the 348th player in NHL history to reach the 1,000 regular-season games played mark on Thursday night.

  • The native of Toronto, Ont. would become the 231st forward to reach the League-recognized milestone and one of just 30 active NHL players to do so. 

  • Heading into Thursday's game, Cogliano has appeared in 999 out of a possible 1,006 career regular-season games. 

  • Prior to joining the Stars, the forward had only missed two NHL contests in his entire career due to a two-game suspension (Jan. 15-17, 2018). 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.

 

Three Stars hit 1,000 games in 2019-20
  • 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) each reached the 1,000 regular-season games played mark earlier this season. 

  • The franchise has had two players reach the 1,000 regular-season games played mark in the same season on three other occasions: 2006-07 (Stu Barnes, Sergei Zubov), 2002-03 (Mike Modano, Scott Young) and 1995-96 (Guy Carbonneau, Craig Ludwig). 

  • The most recent NHL team to have three players hit the 1,000 GP milestone in the same season was the New Jersey Devils in 2011-12 (Petr Sykora, Patrik Elias, Dainius Zubrus).

  • 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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