Tampa Bay center Vincent Lecavalier is doubtful for Monday night's Stars game against the Lightning with a finger injury. He was hit by a puck on the hand Saturday.
That should shake up the Lightning lines, so we'll see what happens there.
The guess is the Martin St. Louis-Steven Stamkos-Steve Downie line stays the same. Lecavalier was centering Simon Gagne and Teddy Purcell, so we'll see what happens.
Mike Smith is supposed to get the start in net for the Lightning.
Jamie Benn (concussion-like symptoms) will miss his third straight game.
``He's skating great and he looks great, but we just want to be very careful,'' said Stars coach Marc Crawford.
Benn had headaches after getting hit by Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski a week ago on Long Island. He also had a concussion in 2009 when he was playing junior hockey.
That means Aaron Gagnon will be in tonight, but he likely will not play center. Steve Ott has been doing a solid job defensively and has been fantastic on faceoffs (29-of-44 for 65.9 percent). So while Crawford could still do some juggling, his lines will likely be this:
James Neal-Brad Richards-Loui Eriksson
Brenden Morrow-Mike Ribeiro-Adam Burish
Brian Sutherby-Steve Ott-Toby Petersen
Aaron Gagnon-Tom Wandell-Brandon Segal
Nicklas Grossman-Stephane Robidas
Mark Fistric-Trevor Daley
Karlis Skrastins-Matt Niskanen
Kari Lehtonen will be in goal again.