News: Lehtonen will be between the pipes Friday against the Flames, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Impact: There were some rumblings that backup Anders Lindback might be called upon for a spot start Friday, but Lehtonen seemed to quiet that talk by submitting a shutout performance his last time out against the Canucks on Wednesday. Though the 27-save effort just barely brought his GAA under 3.00 for the season, Lehtonen might not be an awful lineup choice against a Flames squad that has dropped its last six games.
News: Moen (upper body) was a healthy scratch for Wednesday's game against the Canucks.
Impact: Moen was forced out of Saturday's game with the injury, but he's since resumed practicing with the team. The 32-year-old should slot back in on the fourth line at some point in the near future, but he'll likely bow in and out of the lineup moving forward.
News: Sceviour grabbed his second goal of the year in a win over Vancouver on Wednesday.
Impact: Sceviour had a big impact in limited time last year, scoring eight goals and four assists in 26 games, but 25 games this season have yielded just two goals and four assists. However, those two goals came in the last five games, so he may be finding his touch again.
News: Roussel potted an empty-net goal -- his seventh marker of the season -- in Wednesday's 2-0 win over the Canucks.
Impact: The Stars' resident pest now has 16 points and 50 shots to go with his 62 PIMS, making him relevant in nearly all formats this season that count PIM. Roussel has four points in his last four games after being held off the scoresheet for the previous six, so owners may want to get him back in their lineups if they haven't done so already.
News: Lehtonen stopped all 27 shots in a 2-0 shutout win over the Canucks on Wednesday. It was his second shutout of the season.
Impact: The goose egg improves Lehtonen's record to 12-7-5 on the year, although his numbers (2.97 GAA, .906 save percentage) are notably worse than his career averages of 2.68 and .914. He's still one of the more talented goalies in the league and has a shot at becoming a top-10 fantasy netminder if the Stars can find a way to play more consistently moving forward.