The Stars held their morning skate in Frisco because of an Arena Football matinee, but it was pretty standard fare.
Kari Lehtonen will start in goal against the Flyers.
Loui Eriksson (upper body) and Adam Burish (lower body) are out.
And there's a very good chance Mark Fistric is a healthy scratch again.
Burish does not have a broken foot, as has been reported elsewhere, coach Marc Crawford said.
``He's just not able to practice just yet, and we have the luxury of keeping him out today and having a light week next week,'' Crawford said. ``It's a leg injury and we're hoping that he will continue to improve where he will be able to be on the ice soon. That would be the next step for him.''
``Nobody wants to be more involved than Adam,'' Crawford said, before joking with a Major League reference. ``He's seeing witch doctors, he's seen just about everybody...Jobu.''
Loui Eriksson skated today, Crawford said, but still is being studied.
``He won't play tonight, but we're pretty confident he will continue to improve,'' Crawford said. ``The next stride is to be an option for us next week.''
As for Fistric, Crawford said there appeared no reason to change the defense after the 5-0 win over Chicago.
``It is tough, but that's part of his job,'' Crawford said. ``He's been absolutely wonderful with staying sharp and staying upbeat and positive, and that's important because we all know it could change like that, and you have to be ready for that.''