Stars at Bruins
6 p.m. Tuesday, TD Garden, Boston
TV: FSSW Radio: KTCK/1310 AM and 96.7 FM
Records: Stars 24-21-8, 56 points; Bruins 28-18-7, 63 pts.
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About the Stars: Former Bruins draft pick Tyler Seguin had a game-high nine shots but was scoreless in their Jan. 20 meeting won by Boston 3-1. Goalie Tuukka Rask made 36 saves. ... Seguin has just three goals in the past 16 games, including two six-game scoreless stretches, his longest ones of the season. He does have 10 assists over that period. Seguin has moved into a three-way tie for the NHL lead with 59 points and is third in goals with 29. ... Jason Spezza had a goal and two assists in Sunday’s win at the Rangers and now has three goals and eight assists in his past 10 games. ... The Stars are tied with Minnesota and Los Angeles, five games behind Calgary for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
About the Bruins: They have split the first two games of the homestand that ends against the Stars. Boston lost to Montreal 3-1 on Sunday. The Bruins haven’t lost two in a row since the first games of the new year. ... Boston has a six-game lead over Florida for the final playoff berth in the Eastern Conference. ... All-Star Patrice Bergeron leads Boston in points (32) and is second in goals (13). ... Rask was 7-1-3 in January and allowed just 18 goals. But he is 1-2 in February and allowed six goals.