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Dallas Stars and Vegas Golden Knights prepare to drop the puck for Game 7 at AAC

It all comes down to this.

To reach the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, the Dallas Stars must defeat the Vegas Golden Knights in a winner-take-all Game 7 on Sunday night at the American Airlines Center.

Follow the action below from our writers, columnists and photographers on the ground in Dallas:

Game updates

– Puck drop is scheduled for 6:30 PM at AAC.

Early updates

— The Stars announced one final lineup change on Sunday before Game 7 against the Vegas Golden Knights. Center Radek Faksa returns to the lineup for the first time since Game 2, replacing Ty Dellandrea, who scored the game-winning goal in Game 4. (read more.)

— There aren’t many people you’d rather have by your side in a Game 7 than Pete DeBoer and Joe Pavelski. The coach-player duo has a combined 17 games of Game 7 experience on Sunday, and has historically had significant success at such times. (read more.)

Read before the game

– What to expect in the stressful Game 7 between Dallas Stars and Vegas Golden Knights

– ‘The ball is in our court:’ Home ice gives Stars confidence in Game 7 with Golden Knights

– From Keane to Kiviranta: How have the Dallas Stars historically done in the playoff Game 7s?

— Stars’ first-round playoff series with Golden Knights inspires Vegas wedding for two fans

– How the Dallas Stars use the Vegas Golden Knights’ playoff physics against them

related stories

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    Stars’ Pete DeBoer, Joe Pavelski could make Game 7 history in Golden Knights matchup
    Radek Faksa returns to the lineup for Stars’ Game 7 vs. Vegas; Ty Dellandrea out
    From Keane to Kiviranta: How have the Dallas Stars historically done in the playoff Game 7s?

More Stars coverage from The Dallas Morning News can be found here.