Dallas Stars vs. Ottawa Senators: Game Info, Broadcast, Lines, Injuries

OTTAWA, ON - OCTOBER 15: Dallas Stars Center Devin Shore (17) skates during the third period of the NHL game between the Ottawa Senators and the Dallas Stars on October 15, 2018 at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Steven Kingsman/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
OTTAWA, ON - OCTOBER 15: Dallas Stars Center Devin Shore (17) skates during the third period of the NHL game between the Ottawa Senators and the Dallas Stars on October 15, 2018 at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Steven Kingsman/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) /
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The Dallas Stars are making a pit stop between road trips in Dallas tonight, taking on the Ottawa Senators.

After losing to the Senators early in the season, the Dallas Stars will attempt to even up the series tonight and bounce back from a terrible loss to the Penguins.

Injuries have been a mess for the Stars, but at least Devin Shore will be back tonight.

Shore has had a much better season this year after having a disappointing 2017-18, and he’s been providing some solid depth offense.

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Shore’s return will help the offense, which the Stars desperately need to improve if they want to win some games with the defensive and goaltending injuries.

Tomorrow night’s game will probably be a bit of a write-off as the team heads into Colorado for their fifth game in seven days with a decimated roster and missing their starting goaltender, so the Stars really need a win tonight.

They will have one new face on the ice tonight, as Taylor Fedun makes his first appearance for the Stars. He’s played for other NHL teams before in his career, but was traded to the Stars a few weeks ago because of the injuries to the defense.

Game Information

Ottawa Senators (9-10-3) at Dallas Stars (11-9-2)
7:00 PM CT – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
Home TV: FOX Sports Southwest (Josh Bogorad and Daryl Reaugh)
Away TV (English): TSN5 (Gord Miller and Chris Cuthbert)
Away TV (French): RDS (Michel Y. Lacroix and Norman Flynn)
Home Radio: Sportsradio 1310 AM and 96.7 FM The Ticket (Josh Bogorad and Daryl Reaugh)
Away Radio (English): TSN 1200 (Dean Brown and Gord Wilson)
Away Radio (French): 94.5 Unique FM (Nicolas St. Pierre and Alain Sanscartier)
Online Streaming: NHL.tv, Fubo.tv
Last Season vs. Ottawa: 0-0-2
This Season vs. Ottawa: 0-1-0

Projected Dallas Stars Line-Up

Jamie BennTyler SeguinAlexander Radulov
Devin ShoreJason SpezzaRoope Hintz
Valeri NichushkinRadek FaksaTyler Pitlick
Mattias JanmarkJason DickinsonBlake Comeau

Esa LindellMiro Heiskanen
Gavin BayreutherRoman Polak
Joel HanleyTaylor Fedun

Anton Khudobin

Scratches: Julius Honka, Brett Ritchie, Gemel Smith

Dallas Stars Injury Report

Ben Bishop: Bishop will miss at least the next two games with his injury, but will hopefully be back in time for next week’s games.

Connor Carrick: Carrick could be back in a couple of weeks after being on IR for a month.

Martin Hanzal: Hanzal is scheduled to potentially come back next month.

Stephen Johns: There are unfortunately still no real updates on Johns, just that he’s still dealing with his symptoms.

John Klingberg: Klingberg is still a while from returning.

Marc Methot: Methot hasn’t had much in the way of an update either, but he did skate this morning.

Ottawa Senators Injury Report

Marian Gaborik: Gaborik has been on IR all season for a back injury with no estimated return.

Ben Harpur: Harpur is also on IR with a back injury with no timetable, just like Gaborik.

Jean-Gabriel Pageau: Pageau should be back sometime in the new year after spending the season on IR due to an Achilles injury.

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The Stars need a win tonight to stop the bleeding before they head back out on the road tomorrow.