The Phoenix Coyotes seem to be good for the Dallas Stars' psyche, and their offense.
The Stars look to continue their success against the Pacific Division foe by sweeping this home-and-home set Saturday night in Phoenix.
Dallas (3-4-1) is among the worst offensive teams in the league with 17 goals, but eight have come in two meetings with Phoenix (2-4-2).
The Stars opened the season with a 4-3 home victory over the Coyotes, and beat them by the same score in a shootout at the same venue Friday to snap a four-game skid. That performance was a welcome change for a team that totaled nine goals during a 1-4-1 stretch.
"I thought the win itself was best for our psyche, and it gives us something to try to build off of," coach Glen Gulutzan said. "For sure, this game gets mental. The win helps for our belief, but as our belief increases, our game has got to get tidied up now.
"That's how you get on a roll."
Gulutzan is still concerned with his club's anemic offense play since Dallas ...