Stars at Canadiens
6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Centre Bell, Montreal
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Records: Stars 40-20-7, 87 points; Canadiens 30-30-6, 66
About the Stars: Dallas remains tied with Chicago for the top spot in the Western Conference after Sunday’s 2-1 victory at Ottawa, the Stars’ second consecutive win. ... Defenseman John Klingberg (lower body) remains day-to-day. Forward Patrick Eaves, who has not played since Feb. 20 with an illness, is available. ... Center Jason Spezza has scored a goal in three consecutive games and has six goals in the past seven games. ... The Stars won the first meeting between the teams, 6-2 on Dec. 19 in Dallas.
About the Canadiens: Montreal opens a four-game homestand after gaining only one point (0-3-1) on a four-game road swing. ... Forwards Alex Galchenyuk (upper body) and Lars Eller (lower body) did not practice Monday and are questionable. ... The Canadiens, who sit nine points out of the second wild card in the East, are 13-26-4 since goaltender Carey Price went out with a leg injury. ... Montreal is 0-14 on the power play its past five games.