The Stars didn't skate this morning, but coach Marc Crawford said he'll come back with the same lineup and Kari Lehtonen in goal.
Krys Barch (foot) is feeling better, but he's not ready yet, so the Stars will go with the same 20.
Severin Blindenbacher is here and available, but Crawford liked Jeff Woywitka's game Friday.
This should be a revved up game with some of the extracurriculars from Friday night.
``There's a natural emotion that comes from these situations, and I expect it to be in force tonight,'' Crawford said. ``The Blues are a very good team at home and they have a lot of pride, and our players are well aware of that.''
I'm looking forward to this game. I keep going back to the fact that Ralph Strangis would like to schedule these situations in the same city as a regular part of the regular season, and when we get to see it in person (not in the same city, but at least the same concept) it just makes so much sense. Think if San Jose or Anaheim or LA came into Dallas for two games in three days, or even back-to-back games. It would make sense economically for the team's travel, and it would also give a playoff feeling to the weekend.
Anyway, it should be fun tonight.