Stars at Maple Leafs
6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Air Canada Centre, Toronto
TV: FSSW Plus Radio: KTCK/1310 AM and 96.7 FM
Records: Stars 9-10-5, 23 points; Maple Leafs 12-8-3, 27 pts.
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About the Stars: After an encouraging 3-0-1 homestand, the Stars stumbled in the opener of the current three-game road trip, 5-2 at Colorado on Saturday. ... Center Tyler Seguin continues to lead the NHL in goals (18) and is third in points (31) behind Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby and Philadelphia’s Jakub Voracek. ... Defenseman Alex Goligoski is dealing with a lower body issue and did not practice Monday.
About the Maple Leafs: Toronto’s 3-0-1 mark over the last four games matches a season-high, four-game point streak. The Leafs scored 18 goals in that span. Goaltender Jonathan Bernier started all four games and had a .924 save percentage in that stretch. ... Center Tyler Bozak has five goals in his past three games. ... Left wing Phil Kessel is tied for eighth in points (25) but left Monday’s practice early with lower-body soreness. He hasn’t missed a game since Nov. 3, 2009. ... Toronto is third in the NHL at 3.30 goals per game but the Leafs have won only two of seven games decided by one goal.
— From online reports