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FOX Sports Southwest returns for its 24th season of carrying Stars telecasts, with regular season games scheduled to be shown in high-definition on FOX Sports Southwest and FOX Sports Southwest Plus.

Before and after each Stars game, don’t miss STARS LIVE for the inside scoop, in-depth reports, and perspective and analysis by our NHL experts who bring home Dallas Stars coverage that only FOX Sports Southwest can provide. Plus, tune in for the weekly STARS INSIDER magazine show, LUNCH WITH STARS weekday series at noon featuring condensed one-hour replays from the previous day, as well as interview and documentary specials airing throughout the season. The NHL’s coolest team and the Southwest’s hottest shows…only on FOX Sports Southwest.

FOX Sports Southwest provides quality local sports programming to over 10 million television homes in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and parts of New Mexico.

Click here for the 2016-17 Broadcast Schedule

FOX Sports Southwest Plus is a channel used by FOX Sports Southwest to simultaneously show multiple events on two channels, giving viewers another option to follow their favorite teams.

Stars fans in the Dallas-Fort Worth area can watch the games on FOX Sports Southwest Plus on:  

Time Warner – Channel 319 (SD)
Charter (Fort Worth & Park Cities) – Channels 300 (SD), 776 (HD)
Charter (Rockwall) – Channels 38/314 (SD), 860 (HD)
Charter (Denton) – Channel 314 (SD)
DirecTV – Channel 676-1 (SD & HD)
Dish – Channels 446 (SD), 9516 (HD)
U-verse – Channels 754 (SD), 1754 (HD)
FiOS – Channels 77 (SD), 577 (HD)

Click here for complete Channel Guide

As FOX Sports Southwest continues to expand its local programming lineup, FOX Sports Southwest Plus becomes an essential outlet to televise more regionally-relevant programming. FOX Sports Southwest Plus programming includes Major League Baseball, NBA, NHL, college football, college basketball, high school sports and other local events.

If you aren't receiving FOX Sports Southwest Plus or aren’t getting it in HD, we encourage you to contact your local video provider and request they add it to their channel lineup.