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Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars Game 5: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

The second-round series between the Colorado Avalanche and Dallas Stars returns to Texas with the home team able to advance with a win.

Dallas made a statement with a 5-1 win in Game 4, and they have put at least three goals past the Avs in each game in the series.

Colorado needs to bounce back in a big way in Game 5 if they want to hang onto their Stanley Cup hopes.

How to watch Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars Game 5, TV channel and streaming

Game 5 of the second-round Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars series will be broadcast on ESPN, which can be watched through cable TV or on live TV streaming apps including YouTubeTV and FuboTV.

Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars Game 5 start time, date and venue

Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars Game 5 is scheduled to start at 8 PM ET/7 PM CT/6 PM MT on Wednesday, May 15 with the game taking place at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars Game 5 injury report

Colorado Avalanche: Valeri Nichushkin - suspended, out; Logan O'Connor - undisclosed, out; Oskar Olausson - undisclosed, out; Gabriel Landeskog - undisclosed, out

Dallas Stars: Roope Hintz - upper body, day-to-day; Jerad Rosburg - undisclosed, out

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Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars Game 5 stats

  • Stars players Miro Heiskanen, Wyatt Johnston and Tyler Seguin each have three goals in the series, while the Avs' top scorer in the series, Valeri Nichushkin, was given a long-term suspension hours before Game 4 which will keep him out of the series.
  • Through Game 4, the teams each have 111 shots on goal.
  • Stars goaltender Jake Oettinger has a .919 save percentage; Avs goalie Alexandar Georgiev has a .879 save percentage.
  • Avs left wing Artturi Lehkonen has the lowest plus/minus rating in the series at -7; Seguin has the highest plus/minus at +6.
  • Colorado has converted on 20 percent of its power plays this series while Dallas has a 33.3 percent power play percentage.
  • Seguin and Avs center Nathan MacKinnon lead the series in shots on goal with 14 each.
  • The Stars have two shorthanded goals in the series.

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