Flames at Stars7:30 p.m. Monday, American Airlines Center TV: FSSW Plus Radio: KTCK/1310 AM Records: Flames 11-11-4, 26 pts.; Stars 12-12-3, 27 pts. About the Stars: Dallas is trying to avoid a season-high fifth consecutive defeat, and has been outscored 16-3 during an 0-3-1 slide that leaves them 12th in Western Conference, four spots out of the playoffs. Dallas might have bottomed out during Saturday’s 8-1 loss at home to Chicago. “If this wasn’t an alarm clock, I don’t know what is,” Stars coach Glen Gulutzan said. “We dumped on our first goalie and we dumped on our second goalie,” said forward Jamie Benn, who had an assist in his return after missing two games with a wrist injury. “We left them to hang out to dry and it’s unacceptable.” About the Flames: Returning to the site of their last road victory, a 4-3 win in Dallas on Feb. 17, Calgary looks to carry over their recent success at home and avoid a seventh straight road loss. Calgary has been outscored 24-8 during an 0-5-1 road slide. The Flames have not dropped seven straight road contests since going 0-3-4 from Jan. 26-Feb. 22, 2007. Calgary goalie Miikka Kiprusoff did not travel to Dallas after his wife gave birth.