How to watch Stars vs. Panthers: Live stream, game time, TV channel

What you need to know about Monday's game between the Dallas Stars and Florida Panthers at BB&T Center:

Game 52: Dallas Stars (21-17-13, 55 points) vs. Florida Panthers (34-14-5, 73 points)

When: Monday, May 3 at 6 p.m. CT

Where: BB&T Center - Sunrise, Florida

TV: Bally Sports Southwest Plus (Josh Bogorad, Daryl "Razor" Reaugh, Brien Rea, Brent Severyn)

Radio: The Ticket 96.7-FM, 1310-AM (Josh Bogorad, Daryl "Razor" Reaugh, Owen Newkirk, Bruce LeVine)

Online stream: NHL.TV (blackout restrictions apply)

Live stats: NHL GameCenter

'It's made with bits of real panther, so you know it's good'

• The Stars travel to Florida to face off against the Panthers on Monday in the eighth and final game scheduled between the two clubs this season.

• Dallas is 2-3-2 against the Panthers in 2020-21, including a 1-2-0 mark at BB&T Center.

• The Stars come into Monday's tilt having logged points in four of the last six games (2-2-2) against Florida and boast a 6-4-3 mark in the last 13 meetings between the two teams.

• Dallas has also earned points in six of the last nine (5-3-1) trips to Florida and has points in nine of the last 13 (7-4-2) road games against them.

• Forward Joe Pavelski has earned points (1-2=3) in back-to-back games against the Panthers and shares first on the Stars with six points (2-4=6) in seven games against them this season. Pavelski enters Monday's tilt having tallied points (1-2=3) in each of the last two and seven of the last eight (3-5=8) road games against Florida.

• Rookie Jason Robertson is currently riding a three-game goal streak (4-1=5) against Florida. Robertson leads Dallas with four goals and is tied for first with six points (4-2=6) in seven games against the Panthers this season, marking his first career action against them.

• Defenseman John Klingberg has tallied five points (2-3=5) against the Panthers in 2020-21 and has registered points (3-4=7) in seven of his last nine against them. Klingberg enters Monday's game with points (1-1=2) in each of the last two and three of the last four (1-2=3) road games against Florida, while he's also logged points (2-4=6) in six of nine career games at BB&T Center.

No April Fool's joke

• Robertson was named the NHL's Rookie of the Month for April after leading rookies with 10 assists, 18 points and a +11 rating in 17 games (8-10=18), finishing ahead of Minnesota left wing Kirill Kaprizov (11-3=14 in 15 GP), Ottawa center Josh Norris (7-7=14 in 14 GP), New Jersey center Yegor Sharangovich (7-7=14 in 16 GP) and New York Rangers goaltender Igor Shesterkin (7-4-2, 2.59 GAA, .915 SV%, 2 SO).

• Robertson found the scoresheet in 13 of his 17 appearances during the month, highlighted by a nine-game point streak from April 13-27 (4-9=13) - the longest by any NHL rookie since 2017-18 (Clayton Keller: 10 GP w/ ARI). It also marked the Stars' longest point streak by a rookie since the team relocated to Dallas in 1993-94 and the fifth-longest such run in franchise history, behind only Jude Drouin (15 GP in 1970-71), Neal Broten (2x; 11 GP in 1981 82) and Mike Modano (10 GP in 1989-90).

• The Arcadia, Calif., native comes into Monday's tilt having logged 16 points (7-9=16) over his last 14 games and has 20 points (10-10=20) in the last 20 contests.

• Robertson ranks second among League rookies with 40 points (15-25=40), becoming the first Stars rookie to reach the 40-point plateau John Klingberg (11-29=40) did so in 2014-15.

• Robertson paces NHL rookies and shares first among all Dallas skaters with 25 assists, while he's tied for second among League rookies with 15 goals in 45 games this season.

Leading the way

• Pavelski scored a goal (1-0=1) against the Hurricanes on Monday night for his team-leading 21st goal of the campaign.

• Pavelski has now reached the 20-goal plateau for the 11th time in his NHL career, while he's one of just seven NHL skaters to have recorded at least 11 20-goal campaigns since the 2008-09 season.

• The Plover, Wis., native has six goals and seven points (6-1=7) in his last 11 games, while he's earned 10 points (6-4=10) over his last 14.

• Pavelski leads the NHL with 12 power play goals this season and is currently tied for 18th in the League with 21 goals.

• The forward also paces the Stars with 44 points (21-23=44) and a +20 rating this season, while he ranks fourth on the club with 23 helpers.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Hockey League or Dallas Stars Hockey Club.

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