It’s not exactly the way the Dallas Stars were expecting to be playing Sunday, as they were set to play their first game in more than a month.
That was a bit of a surprise.
The Stars were scheduled to open their home opener against the Nashville Predators at 7 p.m.
ET on Sunday (3 p.t.
ET) against the Columbus Blue Jackets, but it was delayed due to a snowstorm that hit the city.
The team was also scheduled to play the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night (7 p.l.
ET), but the game was postponed due to an injury to defenseman Erik Cole.
On Saturday, the Stars were supposed to play against the Pittsburgh Penguins, but they were forced to reschedule due to the snowstorm.
Then there was the Monday night game against the Buffalo Sabres.
The team was supposed to be home for a night, but a severe snowstorm forced the game to be postponed.
There were also two games scheduled for the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday and Tuesday, but those were also rescheduled due to snow.
It was a busy weekend for the Stars, who played two games against the Chicago White Sox on Sunday night, then took on the Florida Panthers on Monday.
This season, the team has played 10 of their first 11 games at American Airlines Center, including the first four in the franchise’s new arena.
If you want to watch a Stars game live on TV, there’s no better way than to tune in to Stars TV.
You can watch the game on Sunday as well as the two games in the city, or tune in via a mobile app like ESPNU or ABC News Go.
The Stars are still in the midst of building a new arena for the franchise, and this will be their first opportunity to do so since the team opened in 1998.
I don’t think the Stars are going to get a lot of bounces in this series.
The Blues will need to be very careful with how they move the puck on the power play.
They have a couple of guys that have been skating in the offensive zone a lot this year, and there’s also a number of defenders that are on the right side of the ice, so they’ll need to make a few quick adjustments on how they go about getting the puck.
Predators goalie Sergei Bobrovsky will be the key to this series, especially if the Stars can keep the puck out of his net.
Here’s the Preds lineup and game log for tonight: