The Stars are 1-0-0 at home this season and 1-1-0 on the road.
A 3-2 loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday night was the Stars’ third straight defeat and tied the team’s longest road losing streak in the last six games.
“We need to win,” said defenseman Victor Rask, who had three assists in that game.
“The only way we are going to get there is winning.”
Rask and John Klingberg are the only Stars players to score in three straight games.
Dallas leads the NHL with six games left on the schedule.
The Blues have six more games remaining.
Klingberg’s third goal in as many games came in the second period against Winnipeg, a 5-on-4 play at the blue line that was called back after Klingberg tripped a puck.
Dallas is 3-1 in its last four games against the Blues, including an 8-3 victory in Minnesota on Feb. 11.
That game came after the Stars scored two goals in the first two periods against the Wild.
The Stars won 4-2.
“We got the first one down and we had the puck in the slot and then we took a quick hit, so we stopped playing and got it back,” Klingberg said.
“They played a good game, but I thought we played a really good game and we got the second one.”
Rask had four assists against the Jets and was minus-one with one shot on goal.
The Stars are 0-3-0 against teams with winning records and 1.8 goals per game.
They are 2-2-1 against teams that have losing records and have a goals-against average below 3.00.