How to watch Stars vs. Senators: Live stream, game time, TV channel

What you need to know about Monday’s game between the Dallas Stars and Ottawa Senators at the Canadian Tire Center:

Game 6: Dallas Stars (4-0-1, 9 points) vs. Ottawa Senators (3-2-0, 6 points)

When: Monday, October 24 at 6:00 p.m. CT

Where: Canadian Tire Center – Ottawa, ON

TV: Bally Sports South West (Josh Bogorad, Daryl “Razor” Reaugh, Lauren Callender, Brien Rea, Brent Severyn, Michelle McMahon)

Radio: The ticket 96.7-FM, 1310-AM (Josh Bogorad, Daryl “Razor” Reaugh, Owen Newkirk, Bruce LeVine)

Live Stats: NHL GameCenter

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  • The Stars take on the Ottawa Senators Monday night at the Canadian Tire Center for the first of two meetings this season.
  • Dallas has been aiming for a five-game winning streak (0-3-2) since March 6, 2016 at the Canadian Tire Center. Four of the five games were decided by a goal.
  • The Stars have at least a point in five of their last eight games (2-3-3) against Ottawa.
  • Last season, Ottawa defeated Dallas (0-2-0) in both encounters between the two teams. The Stars went 1 to 4 (25.0%) on the power play and 3 to 6 (50.0%) on penalties. They overtook the Senators 73-51 through the two games.
  • Forward Joe Pavelski led the team with a goal in each game (2-0–2) and forward Radek Faksa added two assists (0-2–2).
  • Pavelski has scored in five straight games (5-0–5) against Ottawa and has at least one point in ten straight games (7-4–11). His 10-game point streak is the longest streak against an opponent in his career.
  • He shares first place in Dallas with nine goals and 18 points (9-9-18) in 21 career games against the Senators.
  • Forward Tyler Seguin has four points (0-4–4) in his last five games against Ottawa and is leading with 18 points (8-10–18) in 33 career games against Dallas.
  • Forward Radek Faksa scored two points in his final game at the Canadian Tire Center on October 17, 2021.
  • goalkeeper Scott Wedgewood has played two games against Ottawa while averaging a 2-0-0 record, a .910 save percentage and a 4.00 goals-against average.
  • goalkeeper Jake Oettinger has yet to face the Senators in his career.
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  • Forward Joe Pavelski scored three goals and one assist (3-1-4) in Montreal Saturday night, earning his sixth regular-season hat-trick and first regular-season hat-trick as a member of the Dallas Stars.
  • At 38 years and 103 days, Pavelski became the oldest player in Stars/North Stars history (since 1967) to score a hat-trick. He is the oldest player on a team with a three-goal game since former teammate Joe Thornton (39 years, 231 days) on February 18, 2019 – Pavelski assisted in two of Thornton’s goals that night.
  • With 425 NHL career goals, the Plover, Wisconsin native ranks four behind Bill Guerin (429) as the eighth-most American-born skater in NHL history.
  • Pavelski leads Dallas with four goals and shares the lead with seven points (4-3–7), and he shares second place with a +6 rating.
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  • Goalkeeper Jake Oettinger saved 32 of 34 shots in Saturday night’s 5-2 win over Montreal, marking his fourth straight win in the season opener (4-0-0).
  • Oettinger has had four straight wins four times in a row in his career and is one win away from setting a career high of five in a row.
  • The Lakeville, Minnesota, native ranks first in the league with four wins and ranks third with 1.25 goals against average and a .959 save percentage.
  • Last season, Oettinger appeared in 48 games with the Stars in 2021-22, posting a record of 30-15-1. He ranked 10th among NHL goalies with 2.53 GAA and tied for 15th with 0.914 SV%.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Hockey League or the Dallas Stars Hockey Club.

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