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Vancouver is fourth in the NHL with 3.18 goals scored per game. Their offense is led by Daniel Sedin, who is currently the NHL's leading scorer with 79 points. He is also second in the league with 13 power play goals and fourth with 32 goals.
Ryan Kesler is the team's goal scoring lead, with 33 tallies on the season. He is third on Vancouver with 58 points.
Dallas is 17th in the league with 2.69 goals per game. They are led by Brad Richards, who has 63 points this year. However, the Stars have been without their leading scorer since February 13.
Loui Eriksson is second on the Stars in scoring with 60 points, and Brenden Morrow's 25 goals lead the team. Morrow is fourth on Dallas with 44 points this year.
The Canucks give up 2.29 goals per game, the third lowest total in the NHL.
Their defensive unit is led by Christian Ehrhoff, who has 38 points on the season. Kevin Bieksa is the team leader in plus/minus with plus-26, which is second in the league.
Vancouver's team plus/minus rating of plus-33 is ranked third in the league.
Dallas gives up 2.77 goals a game (16th in the league). Their lone pickup before the trade deadline, Alex Goligoski, leads the defensive unit with 35 points and also has the highest plus/minus rating (plus-23).
Dallas is the only team in the NHL with an even plus/minus rating (16th).
Roberto Luongo is the Canucks' franchise goalie and is in his fifth season with the team. This year, he is 29-13-7 in 49 games and is fourth in the NHL in wins. His .925 save percentage and 2.23 GAA are also ranked fourth among NHL goaltenders.
Kari Lehtonen was traded to the Stars last season and is in his first full campaign with the team. He is 26-18-7 in 51 games with a .915 save percentage and 2.62 GAA.
Vancouver power play: 24.3 percent (second in NHL)
Dallas power play: 18.4 percent (11th in NHL)
Vancouver penalty kill: 86 percent (second in NHL)
Dallas penalty kill: 78.9 percent (24th)
Prediction: Vancouver over Dallas, and it's likely not even close. Goaltending is the only area in which the Stars can come close to the Canucks, but Luongo is more playoff-tested than Lehtonen.