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StarGazing - January 10th vs. Anaheim Ducks

by Staff Writer / Dallas Stars


Dallas Stars (23-16-1, 47 points – T-2nd, Pacific Division)
at Anaheim Ducks (12-22-6, 30 points – 5th, Pacific Division)
9 p.m. CT at Honda Center

The Dallas Stars game at Anaheim on Tuesday night (9:00 pm CT) will be shown on FOX Sports Southwest Plus. The game was originally scheduled to be on FOX Sports Southwest.

For Tuesday’s Stars game at the Ducks, fans in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area can find FOX Sports Southwest Plus on the following channels:
AT&T U-Verse - Ch. 692 (1692 HD)
Charter Cable - Ch. 300
DirecTV - Ch. 675 (675-1 HD)
Dish Network - Ch. 441 (9579 HD)
Time Warner Cable - Ch. 960 (requires digital cable box)
Verizon FIOS - Ch. 77 (577 HD)

The Stars game will be carried on FSSW+ in the majority of the station’s markets. Mavericks-Pistons and Spurs-Bucks games will be shown on FOX Sports Southwest main channel around Dallas and San Antonio. Fans can visit for channel locations in Mavericks and Spurs markets. 

FOX Sports Southwest Plus is available to all program providers that carry FOX Sports Southwest. Some providers carry FOX Sports Southwest Plus as a 24-hour full-time channel. Others choose to offer selected FOX Sports Southwest Plus programming and designate a local channel to show the events.

As FOX Sports Southwest continues to expand its local programming lineup, FOX Sports Southwest Plus becomes an essential outlet to televise more regionally-relevant programming. FOX Sports Southwest Plus programming includes Major League Baseball, NBA, NHL, college football, college basketball, high school sports and other local events.

Overall: 59-26-13
Home: 35-10-4
Road: 24-16-9
This Season: 2-0-0
10/21/11 – at Anaheim, 3-1 W
12/19/11 – vs. Anaheim, 5-3 W
1/10/12 – at Anaheim
1/24/12 – vs. Anaheim
2/1/12 – at Anaheim
3/10/12 – vs. Anaheim


1. The Dallas Stars and Anaheim Ducks meet for their third of six contests this season on Tuesday night. Dallas has won three consecutive games against the Ducks and have earned points in six-straight games against them overall dating back to last season (4-0-2 record). The Stars have not lost a game in regulation against the Ducks since Nov. 12, 2010 (2-4L).

The Stars have not allowed a power-play goal in the last five games killing off all ten opposition power plays in that span. The last time Dallas allowed a power-play goal was on Dec. 26, 2011 when Jason Arnott notched a goal in the second period.

Seven of the last eight Dallas Stars goals have been scored by either Jamie Benn, or Mike Ribeiro. Benn has scored three goals in the last two games, while Ribeiro has notched four goals in that same span. Benn was named the NHL’s “First Star of the Week,” for collecting points in four consecutive games (4-5-9).

The Dallas Stars have scored four goals in each of their last four games, outscoring the opposition 16-9 in that span. The Stars have a 10-2-0 record this season when scoring at least four goals in a game.

At 11-3-1 the Dallas Stars have the top record in the league in one-goal games (by win%). The Ducks rank 24th with a 7-4-6 record.


was named the NHL’s “First Star of the Week.” He has earned multi-point games  in four consecutive games (4-5-9) and currently leads the Dallas Stars with 41 points (13g, 28a).

is currently on a career-high four-game point streak (1-4-5).

is currently on a four-game point streak (2-6-8). He notched at least one point in eight consecutive games against the Ducks, earning 12 goals and 11 assists in that span.

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