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Dallas, now unbeaten in 15 straight season home games against the Edmonton Oilers, and will try to continue racing toward to first place of the Pacific Division.
when they fell to the .500 mark 17-17-6-0 including a 6-0 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes on Jan. 2nd, Dallas has now went 14-5-5 and moved into fifth place in the Western Conference. The San Jose Sharks have been leading the Pacific most of this season, Dallas has climbed up within six points of the Sharks. Dallas plans to play the San Jose Sharks in two home games, which includes Sun, Mar 7 3:00PM, and Tue, Mar 16 7:30PM

Dallas has not yet played Edmonton at home this season. However they did play them in a away game, the Stars where smother 3-0.

Dallas is comming to play this game with some momentum, as the Stars swamped the Wild at home. Goals from Stu Barnes and Bill Guerin in the third period helped the Stars top the Wild 3-1. Marty Turco who turned away 18 shots but saw a total of 19, the only shot that went past him was by Wild's Brunette.

Stars captian Mike Modano was back in the Stars lineup, missing the final two periods in Wednesday night's 1-1 tie against the Los Angeles Kings, which was caused to a strained groin. Left wing Shayne Corson, 17-year veteran, will most likely see his first action today since coming out of retirement late this month to sign with Dallas.

The Edmonton Oilers are coming off a huge win that took place in Phoenix.

Moreau scored twice to give Edmonton's franchise-record five goals in a 5:38 span to lead the Oilers to victory over the cooked Coyotes 7-2.

Salo stopped 32 shots from the Coyotes and stopped 14 but let 4 go by