It was a nice practice for the Stars today the University of Minnesota (The Frozen Four is being played tonight in St. Paul). Alex Goligoski was able to return to his old stomping ground, and Jamie Langenbrunner and Toby Petersen also were able to see friends and family. Mike Ribeiro, who was hurt blocking a shot Friday against Colorado) didn't practice, but when asked if he was 100 percent, replied, ``110 percent.'' Krys Barch looked healthy and Nicklas Grossman (knee) looked healthy, but coach Marc Crawford said the Stars will probably go with the same lineup they used Friday. The Stars like their chemistry and rotation right now, and would probably have to play seven defensemen if they tried to bring Grossman back in. Kari Lehtonen will be in goal for his 23rd start in a row and 69 appearance of the season. The Stars basically have to wait to see if Detroit can beat Chicago at 1 p.m. Sunday to see if their game at 5 p.m. has meaning. ``We definitely want to finish out strong no matter what, but I would be lying if I said the Chicago game won't have a bearing on our game,'' said Langenbrunner. ``Honestly, it meansn everything. We want to be playing for the playoffs.'' If the Blackhawks lose in regulation Sunday, the Stars can earn a playoff berth with a victory in regulation or overtime.