Final SO

Series (Game 4 of 4)

Dallas leads 4-0

Game 1: Friday, November 4th
Game 2: Sunday, December 18th
Game 3: Sunday, March 5th
Game 4: Friday, March 24th

Blackhawks 2

(21-38-10, 52 pts)

Stars 3

(47-20-3, 97 pts)

8:30 PM ET, March 24, 2006

American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas

1 2 3 SO T
CHI 0 0 2 02
DAL 0 1 1 13

B. Morrow (Stars - LW): Goals: 0, Assists: 1

J. Hedberg (Stars - G): Saves: 24, Save Pct.: .923

N. Khabibulin (Blackhawks - G): Saves: 22, Save Pct.: .917

Chicago (21-38-9) at Dallas (46-20-3) 8:30 pm EST

Chicago (21-38-9) at Dallas (46-20-3) 8:30 pm EST

DALLAS (Ticker) -- One reason why the Dallas Stars are among the league's elite teams is their ability to come back and win when things appear bleak.

The Stars try to run their unbeaten streak against the Chicago Blackhawks to 14 straight games when the teams meet Friday for the final time this season.

Having won eight of its last 10 contests, Dallas hold the league record for most single-season victories (11) when trailing after two periods.

Needing six wins to set a single-season franchise mark, the Stars lead Anaheim by 13 points in the Pacific Division race with 13 games to play.

Jere Lehtinen tied a career-high with his 31st goal and Jon Klemm and Stu Barnes added third-period tallies for Dallas in Wednesday's 4-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild.

Ranked 29th in goals (174) - only one ahead of Columbus - Chicago has lost eight of 10 and is tied with St. Louis for last place in the Western Conference.

James Wisniewski and Mikael Holmqvist scored in the first period and Kyle Calder added a third-period tally with 1:19 left for the Blackhawks in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes.

Dallas has won all-three encounters against Chicago this season - with a 21-6 edge in goals - including a 7-2 victory in their most recent matchup March 5. Jason Arnott had two goals and Brendan Morrow added a goal and two assists for the Stars.