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

The first-round series between the Vegas Golden Knights and Dallas Stars is tied 2-2 heading into Game 5 in Texas.

The away team has won each game in the series, with Vegas winning Game 1 and Game 2 in Dallas while the Stars won Game 3 and Game 4 in Nevada.

How to watch Vegas Golden Knights vs. Dallas Stars Game 5, TV channel and streaming

Game 5 of the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Dallas Stars series will be broadcast on ESPN, which can be viewed through cable TV or with streaming apps including YouTubeTV, SlingTV and FuboTV.

Fans in the teams' markets can watch on local broadcast networks. People in the Las Vegas area can watch on KMCC and people in greater Dallas can watch on Bally Sports SW.

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Dallas Stars Game 5 start time, date and venue

Game 5 of the Golden Knights vs. Stars series is scheduled to begin at 7:30 PM ET on Wednesday, May 1 with the game taking place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Dallas Stars Game 5 injury report

Vegas Golden Knights: Nicolas Hague - undisclosed, day-to-day; Robin Lehner - undisclosed, out

Dallas Stars: Mason Marchment - undisclosed, day-to-day; Radek Faksa - undisclosed, day-to-day; Jani Hakanpaa - undisclosed, day-to-day; Jerad Rosburg - undisclosed, out

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Dallas Stars Game 5 stats

  • Dallas Stars center Wyatt Johnston leads the team in goals in the series with three and is tied for the team lead in points with four, while Vegas center Jack Eichel leads his team in points with six and in goals with three.
  • Stars defenseman Miro Heiskanen leads all players in ice time with 28:35 per game in the series.
  • Golden Knights goaltender Logan Thompson has allowed 10 goals in four games and has a .921 save percentage; Stars goaltender Jake Oettinger has also allowed 10 goals in four games and has a .907 save percentage.
  • Vegas has the fifth-highest power play percentage in the playoffs at 33.3 percent, while Dallas' is the eighth-best at 25 percent.
  • Heiskanen has the lowest plus/minus rating at -6; Vegas defenseman Brayden McNabb has the highest plus/minus at +5.
  • The Golden Knights won the regular season series 3-0 with two OT wins and one 6-1 blowout.
  • The Stars have won the faceoff battle through the first four games of the series with a 52.4 faceoff win percentage.

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