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Preview: Stars at Predators

Ken Hitchcock, in his second tour of duty behind the Dallas bench, earned his 782nd win to move into a tie with Al Arbour for third place on the all-time list. “I was thinking on the bench that we’ve played three great hockey games, and it would have felt poorly to not finish this off,” Hitchcock said. “I thought this was the best balance we’ve had. This looked like something you could really build on.” The Predators appeared headed for their third loss in as many games, giving up five unanswered goals before scoring twice in the final 77 seconds to stun the Flyers. It provided a fitting end to a home opener in which Nashville raised its Western Conference championship banner from last season.<BR><BR><STRONG>TV:</STRONG> 8 p.m. ET, FSN Southwest (Dallas), FSN Tennessee (Nashville)