Bishop (lower-body) will dress on Tuesday; undecided who will start vs. Florida.
Bishop is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Bishop was forced to leave Thursday’s game in Minnesota with a lower-body injury. Bishop stopped all seven shots that he faced before getting hurt, keeping his shutout streak alive and earning the win. The Stars are back in action on Friday, so look for Anton Khudobin to get the start.
Bishop will start Thursday in Minnesota.
Bishop will start Tuesday in Buffalo.
Bishop stopped all 31 shots that he faced in the Stars win over the Avalanche last Thursday. Bishop, who was given Saturday night off, comes into Tuesday’s game with back-to-back shutouts and three straight wins—stopping 88 of the last 89 shots (.989 SV%) he faced. Bishop stopped all 30 shots that he faced in a 1-0 shutout win in his first start vs. the Sabres.
Bishop will start Thursday vs. the Avalanche.
Bishop will start Tuesday vs. the Rangers.
Bishop allowed one goal on 30 shots in the Stars win in St. Louis on Saturday. Since returning from injury, Bishop has lost two of his three outing despite stopping 101 of the 106 shots (.953 SV%) that he has faced. In his first game vs. the Rangers, Bishop stopped 12 of 13 shots before leaving after the second period in a 2-1 loss.
Bishop will start in St. Louis on Saturday.
Source: MIke Heika 03/2/19, 12:29 pm EST
Bishop will start Tuesday in Vegas.
Bishop will start Saturday vs. the Hurricanes.
The Stars have activated Ben Bishop from IR.
As expected, Bishop will return as the Stars backup on Thursday and that puts him on-track to start one of their back-to-back games this weekend. Landon Bow was returned to Texas (AHL) to make room for Bishop.
Bishop (upper-body) is expected to return as the Stars backup on Thursday.
Bishop has missed the last six games with an upper-body injury but will serve as Anton Khudobin’s backup on Thursday. Following Thursday’s game, the Stars have a back-to-back on Saturday/Sunday so look for Bishop to start one of those games.
Bishop (upper-body) will not be available for Thursday’s game.
Bishop will miss his fourth straight game with an upper-body injury, so Anton Khudobin will start after posting a shutout on Tuesday. Monitor Bishop’s status leading up to Saturday’s game in Carolina.
Source: Mike Heika 02/13/19, 2:40 pm EST
Bishop (upper-body) will not be available on Tuesday.
Bishop will miss his third straight game, so Anton Khudobin will start in Florida. Bishop remains day-to-day and could be back later this week.
Bishop (upper-body) will miss at least one more game.
Bishop (undisclosed) will not backup on Thursday; expected to be fine for Saturday’s game vs. Arizona.
Bishop is dealing with a minor injury, so Landon Bow was called up to serve as Anton Khudobin’s backup. Despite not being available tonight, Bishop remains a candidate to start Saturday.
Bishop will start Monday vs. the Coyotes.
Bishop allowed one goal on 22 shots in the Stars win over the Wild on Friday. Bishop has won three in a row while allowing just three goals on 81 shots (.963 SV%). Dallas has been excellent since the All-Star break and draw a solid matchup with the banged-up Coyotes in town. Bishop stopped all 30 shots that he faced in a 3-0 shutout win in his first game vs. Arizona (Oct.4).
Bishop will start Friday vs. the Wild.
Bishop stopped all 30 shots that he faced in the Stars 1-0 shutout win over the Sabres on Wednesday. Bishop has won two straight while stopping 57 of the last 59 shots (.966 SV%) that he faced. Bishop is 1-1-0 with a 1.47 GAA and .955 SV% in two starts vs. the Wild this season.
Bishop will start Wednesday vs. the Sabres.
Bishop allowed two goals on 29 shots in the Stars win over the Jets on January 19th. Bishop has played well as of late, going 5-3-1 with a 2.34 GAA and .922 SV% in his last nine starts. Tonight he faces a Sabres team that played in Columbus last night and come in at 11-12-3 on the road this season.
Bishop will start Saturday vs. the Jets.
Bishop will start Thursday vs. the Kings.
Bishop surrenders three goals on 28 shots in the Stars loss to the Blues last Saturday. Bishop hasn’t been great in his last five outings, going 2-2-1 with a 3.03 GAA and .904 SV%. However, he draws a great matchup tonight vs. the Kings—he stopped 31 of 33 shots in a 4-2 win in his first start vs. Los Angeles (Oct.23).