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Game #19 - 11.14.13 - at Calgary - 8:00 PM - FS Southwest - 1310 AM - 96.7 FM



YOUR DALLAS STARS AT THE CALGARY FLAMES
9-7-2, 20 PTS ★★★★★★★★★ 6-9-3, 15 PTS

GAME: Regular Season Game 19, Overall Game 26, National Hockey League Game 282
LOCATION: Scotiabank Saddledome | Calgary, Alberta
DATE Thursday, November 14th, 2013
TIME: 8:00 PM Central Time
TELEVISION: DALLAS: Fox Sports Southwest | CALGARY: Sportsnet Calgary | NATIONAL: None
RADIO: DALLAS: 1310 AM/96.7 FM The Ticket | CALGARY: Fan 960 AM | NATIONAL: XM 216/Sirius 215
OFFICIALS: Referees - | Linesmen -

THE DALLAS STARS
Mascot: Stars
Colors: Victory Green/Silver
Head Coach: Lindy Ruff
Official Team Site: DallasStars.com
HF Board: HFBoards.com - Dallas Stars
Fan Site: DefendingBigD.com
Stanley Cups (1): 1999
Stanley Cup Finalist (3): 1981, 1991, 2000
Regular Season Record: 8-7-2 with 18 Points
Standings: Central Division-6th, Western Conference-10th, NHL-16th
Home Record: 3-2-2
Away Record: 6-5-0
Overtime Record: 1-1
Shootout Record: 3-1
Streak: 1 Game Winning Streak
LAST FIVE GAMES:
11.13 - at Edmonton - W 3-0 - BOX SCORE
11.09 - vs Chicago - L 5-2 - BOX SCORE
11.07 - at Detroit - W 4-3 (OT) - BOX SCORE
11.05 - at Boston - W 3-2 (SO) - BOX SCORE
11.03 - at Ottawa - W 4-3 (SO) - BOX SCORE
NEXT FIVE GAMES:
11.17 - at Vancouver - 7:00 PM
11.21 - vs New York - 7:30 PM
11.23 - at St. Louis - 7:00 PM
11.26 - vs Anaheim - 7:00 PM
11.29 - vs Chicago - 7:30 PM

THE CALGARY FLAMES
Mascot: Flames
Colors: Red/Yellow
Head Coach: Bob Harley
Official Team Site: CalgaryFlames.com
HF Board: HFBoards.com - Calgary Flames
Fan Site: CalgaryPuck.com
Stanley Cups (1): 1989
Stanley Cup Finalist (2): 1986, 2004
Regular Season Record: 6-9-3 with 15 Points
Standings: Pacific Division-6th, Western Conference-13th, NHL-26th
Home Record: 3-2-2
Away Record: 3-7-1
Overtime Record: 1-2
Shootout Record: 0-1
Streak: 4 Game Losing Streak
LAST FIVE GAMES:
11.12 - vs San Jose - L 3-2 (OT) - BOX SCORE
11.08 - at Colorado - L 4-2 - BOX SCORE
11.07 - at St. Louis - L 3-2 - BOX SCORE
11.05 - at Minnesota - L 5-1 - BOX SCORE
11.03 - at Chicago - W 3-2 (OT) - BOX SCORE
NEXT FIVE GAMES:
11.16 - vs Edmonton - 9:00 PM
11.18 - at Winnipeg - 7:00 PM
11.20 - vs Columbus - 9:00 PM
11.22 - vs Florida - 8:00 PM
11.27 - vs Chicago - 9:00 PM


DALLAS
Jamie Benn - Tyler Seguin - Valeri Nichushkin
Alex Chiasson - Cody Eakin - Erik Cole
Shawn Horcoff - Vernon Fiddler - Rich Peverley
Antoine Roussel - Travis Morin - Ryan Garbutt

Brenden Dillon - Stephane Robidas
Trevor Daley - Alex Goligoski
Jordie Benn - Sergei Gonchar

Projected Starter: Dan Ellis (5 GP, 1-3-0, 3.60 GAA, .895%)
Backup: Kari Lehtonen (13 GP, 8-3-2, 2.01 GAA, .932%, 1 SO)
Jack Campbell (1 GP, 0-1-0, 6.00 GAA, .872%)

INJURIES -
Ray Whitney - IR - Lower Body
TOTAL MAN GAMES LOST - 6

CALGARY
Mike Cammalleri - Mikael Backlund - Jiri Hudler
TJ Galiardi - Matt Stajan - David Jones
Sven Baertschi - Sean Monahan - Lee Stempniak
Lance Bouma - Joe Colborne - Brian McGrattan

Kris Russell - Dennis Wideman
Chris Butler - TJ Brodie
Derek Smith - Ladislav Smid

Projected Starter: Karri Ramo (7 GP, 2-4-1, 3.43 GAA, .887%)
Backup: Reto Berra (4 GP, 1-2-1, 3.23 GAA, .900%)
Joey MacDonald (7 GP, 3-3-1, 3.16 GAA, .885%)

INJURIES -
Chris Breen - IR - Abdominal Wall Strain
Mark Giordano - IR - Broken Ankle
Curtis Glencross - IR - MCL
TOTAL MAN GAMES LOST - 52

ALL-TIME SERIES LOOK:
Overall Record: 66-64-25-7 | Home: 43-23-11-5 | Away: 23-41-14-2
Regular Season Record: 62-62-25-7 | Home: 40-23-11-5 | Away: 23-39-14-2
Playoff Record: 4-2 | Home: 3-0 | Away: 1-2
Shootout Record: 2-2 | Home: 1-2 | Away: 1-0
All-Time Goals: Dallas 498 | Calgary 504
LAST FIVE MEETINGS vs the Flames:
10.24.13 - Dallas 5 vs Calgary 1 - RECAP - HIGHLIGHTS - GAME THREAD
03.18.13 - Dallas 4 vs Calgary 3 - RECAP - HIGHLIGHTS - GAME THREAD
02.17.13 - Dallas 3 vs Calgary 4 - RECAP - HIGHLIGHTS - GAME THREAD
02.13.13 - Dallas 4 at Calgary 7 - RECAP - HIGHLIGHTS - GAME THREAD
03.26.12 - Dallas 4 at Calgary 5 - RECAP - HIGHLIGHTS - GAME THREAD
PREVIOUS MEETINGS ON THIS DATE:
MEETINGS: Tied 0-0-0
None
THIS SEASON vs the Flames:
MEETINGS: Dallas 1-0-0
10.24 - Calgary 1 at Dallas 5
11.14 - Dallas at Calgary
03.14 - Calgary at Dallas
GOAL SCORERS:
DAL (5) - Chiasson (2), Benn (2), Dillon
CGY (1) - Stempniak
GOALTENDERS:
DAL - Lehtonen (1st) - 60:00 - 29 Shots - 28 Saves - 1 Goal Against - 1-0-0 Record
CGY- Ramo (1st) - 59:32 - 34 Shots - 29 Saves - 5 Goals Against - 0-1-0 Record
SPECIAL TEAMS:
DAL - 0 For 3 on Powerplay | 0 Shorthanded Goals | 0 Five on Four Goals | 0 Five On Three Goals | 0 Four on Three Goals
CGY - 0 For 2 on Powerplay | 0 Shorthanded Goals | 0 Five on Four Goals | 0 Five On Three Goals | 0 Four on Three Goals



DALLAS
STATISTICS
CALGARY
46 (22nd)
GOALS SCORED
49 (T-14th)
2.56 (18th)
GOALS PER GAME
2.72 (14th)
51 (19th)
GOALS ALLOWED
63 (T-27th)
2.83 (20th)
GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME
3.50 (29th)
30.6 (T-10th)
SHOTS FOR PER GAME
28.4 (23rd)
32.6 (25th)
SHOTS ALLOWED PER GAME
29.9 (15th)
10.9% (27th)
POWERPLAY
13.6% (T-22nd)
83.3% (13th)
PENALTY KILL
74.6% (28th)
263 (T-15th)
BLOCKED SHOTS
309 (3rd)
249 (5th)
MISSED SHOTS
202 (21st)
153 (22nd)
GIVEAWAYS
138 (17th)
94 (27th)
TAKEAWAYS
124 (15th)

DALLAS
LEADERS
CALGARY
TYLER SEGUIN - 17
POINTS
JIRI HUDLER - 19
TYLER SEGUIN - 8
GOALS
MIKE CAMMALLERI - 8
JAMIE BENN - 10
ASSISTS
JIRI HUDLER - 13
JAMIE BENN - +6
PLUS/MINUS
MAX REINHART - +1
ANTOINE ROUSSEL - 52
PENALTY MINUTES
TIM JACKMAN - 41
JAMIE BENN - 59
SHOTS
DENNIS WIDEMAN - 47
BRENDEN DILLON - 33
BLOCKED SHOTS
CHRIS BUTLER - 48
JAMIE BENN - 40
MISSED SHOTS
DENNIS WIDEMAN - 37
CODY EAKIN - 2
POWERPLAY GOALS
SEAN MONAHAN - 2
BRENDEN DILLON - 1
SHORTHANDED GOALS
BACKLUND & STEMPNIAK - 1
CHIASSON & PEVERLEY - 2
GAME WINNING GOALS
CURTIS GLENCROSS - 2

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CENTRAL DIVISION
STANDINGS
1. Colorado, 14-3-0 Points* (17 GP)
2. Chicago, 12-2-4, 28 Points* (18 GP)
3. Minnesota, 11-4-4, 26 Points (19 GP)
4. St. Louis, 11-2-3, 25 Points* (16 GP)
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5. Dallas, 9-7-2, 20 Points (18 GP)
6. Winnipeg, 9-9-2, 20 Points (20 GP)
7. Nashville, 8-8-2, 18 Points (18 GP)

WESTERN CONFERENCE
STANDINGS
1) Anaheim, 15(1)-4-1, 31 Points* (20 GP)
2) Colorado, 14(0)-3-0, 28 Points* (17 GP)
3) Chicago, 12(2)-2-4, 28 Points* (18 GP)
4) Phoenix, 13(4)-4-2, 28 Points* (19 GP)
5) San Jose, 11(1)-2-5, 27 Points* (18 GP)
6) Minnesota, 11(2)-4-4, 26 Points (19 GP)
7) St. Louis, 11(2)-2-3, 25 Points* (16 GP)
8) Vancouver, 11(1)-7-2, 24 Points (20 GP)
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9) Los Angeles, 11(4)-6-1, 23 Points (18 GP)
10) Dallas, 9(3),7-2, 20 Points (18 GP)
11) Winnipeg, 9(4)-9-2, 20 Points (20 GP)
12) Nashville, 8(0)-8-2, 18 Points (18 GP)
13) Calgary, 6(0)-9-3, 15 Points (18 GP)
14) Edmonton, 4(1)-14-2, 10 Points (20 GP)

*=Division Leader/Top 3 in Division
GP=Games Played
X=Clinched Playoff Spot
Y=Clinched Division Championship
P=Clinched President's Cup
Strike=Eliminated From Playoffs
(#)=Shootout Wins

Tiebreakers - From NHL.com
1. The fewer number of games played (i.e., superior points percentage).
2. The greater number of games won, excluding games won in the shootout.
3. The greater number of points earned in games between the tied clubs. If two clubs are tied, and have not played an equal number of home games against each other, points earned in the first game played in the city that had the extra game shall not be included. If more than two clubs are tied, the higher percentage of available points earned in games among those clubs, and not including any "odd" games, shall be used to determine the standing.
4. The greater differential between goals for and against for the entire regular season.

TONIGHT'S CENTRAL DIVISION GAMES
Dallas Stars At Calgary (8:00 PM CT)
Chicago Blackhawks Vs Phoenix (7:00 PM CT)
Colorado Avalanche At St. Louis (7:00 PM CT)
Minnesota Wild Vs OFF
Nashville Predators Vs OFF
St. Louis Blues Vs Colorado (7:00 PM CT)
Winnipeg Jets Vs OFF
Records in the month of October -
All-time record in November: 251-217-86-10
All-time record in November since the move to Dallas: 115-77-26-10
All-time record at home in November: 145-87-42-8
All-time record on the road in November: 106-130-44-2
All-time record on Wednesday in November: 20-26-7-0

Previous Games On This Date (11/13) - 0-1-0-0
1974 - at Buffalo - Loss 5-3

PREVIOUS CONTEST - 3-0 win at Edmonton
Statistic #1 - Game Summary
Statistic #2 - Player Summary
Article #1 - Dallas Morning News - "Stars tack on two late empty netters as Lehtonen stops all 22 shots, Stars win 3-0."
Article #2 - Dallas Morning News - "Call it a comeback: Lehtonen making major statement in return from injury."
Article #3 - Dallas Morning News "Another homecoming? Former Oiler shawn Horcoff returns to Edmonton."
Article #4 - Edmonton Journal - "Oilers suffer third straight shutout at home."
Article #5 - Edmonton Journal - "Yakupov a good kid, solid individual according to Oilers captain Ference"
Article #6 - Stars Inside Edge - "Lehtonen, Stars shut out Oilers, 3-0."
Article #7 - Stars Inside Edge - "Stars 3, Oilers 0."
Article #8 - DefendingBigD.com- "Stars overcome silent powerplay, shut out Edmonton 3-0."
Video - Game Highlights
Opponent Game Thread & Opponent Post Game Thread


TONIGHT'S CONTEST -
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HIGHLIGHTS VS CALGARY



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Chiasson shows life again in this one.

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Flames haven't won in regulation since October 26th. They're 2-5-1 since leaving Dallas with a 5-1 loss and 3-9-1 since their 3-0-2 start.

Lucky for them they're playing Dallas on the back end of a back to back. They came close in Montreal to getting a point or two, we'll see what kind of fight they put up against the Flames.

Surely Ellis will get the start.

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Surely Ellis will get the start.
I'm not so sure...

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This is a rejected concept for the Flames new 3rd jersey. A flaming cowboy hat, how cool is that? Reminds me of the old Mavs logo, I love it.

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I'm not so sure...
Yeah Ruff pretty much said he wants to see Lehts dominate. Talked about wanting to rely even more on Lehts and use in key situations like back to backs.

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Dallas just got one actual goal (which was a gift) against a team that gives up a ton of goals. I think the will start Kari again because the margin or error is so slim.

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Yeah Ruff pretty much said he wants to see Lehts dominate. Talked about wanting to rely even more on Lehts and use in key situations like back to backs.
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Would love to see Connauton get another game in. He's the answer for this power play.

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Would love to see Connauton get another game in. He's the answer for this power play.
I thought the question was, "Who farted?"

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KConn can play 4 more games I believe with Texas. I'd just leave him down there and let him get into game shape. He's getting better every game, but sitting and jumping back in is tough. He's only played 3 games so far.

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How in the hell does he have 23 PIM's in 3 games? 11 shots is awesome to see.

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How in the hell does he have 23 PIM's in 3 games? 11 shots is awesome to see.
Fight, and I think he got ejected.

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This is a rejected concept for the Flames new 3rd jersey. A flaming cowboy hat, how cool is that? Reminds me of the old Mavs logo, I love it.
I can see why it was rejected. It's terrible.

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Heika thinks Kari is in.

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Heika thinks Kari is in.
So does the official Twitter:

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Kari's groin is a ticking time bomb at this point. Ruff is gonna ruin his chance at having any more children when his balls asplode from the stress of constantly playing.

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Dallas just got one actual goal (which was a gift) against a team that gives up a ton of goals. I think the will start Kari again because the margin or error is so slim.
To be fair, Dubnyk was easily Edmonton's best player. I would say that scoring just one goal is less a hit against us and more a credit to him. He's been better lately and just had one of those games where he's on. He does that from time to time. Looks real good.

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To be fair, Dubnyk was easily Edmonton's best player. I would say that scoring just one goal is less a hit against us and more a credit to him. He's been better lately and just had one of those games where he's on. He does that from time to time. Looks real good.
I guess you could say he was their best player but to me that would be more by default. Noone on Edmonton really looked that great and the Stars didn't exactly bombard him.

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I guess you could say he was their best player but to me that would be more by default. Noone on Edmonton really looked that great and the Stars didn't exactly bombard him.
Kinda like being the tallest midget.

He was good though. Made some nice saves and had the crowd behind him. Not saying we played our best and gave him all we could though.

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