Wednesday's Stars-Sharks game on FOX Sports Southwest Plus
FEB 04, 2014 1:05p ET
Wednesday's Dallas Stars game at the San Jose Sharks at 9:30 p.m. CT will be carried on FOX Sports Southwest Plus in markets televising Dallas Mavericks, Oklahoma City Thunder and New Orleans Pelicans NBA games on FOX Sports Southwest, FOX Sports Oklahoma and FOX Sports New Orleans.
The Stars-Sharks game also will be joined in progress on FOX Sports Southwest, FOX Sports Oklahoma and FOX Sports New Orleans after the NBA postgame shows.
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 Wednesday's game on FOX Sports Southwest Plus on:
Time Warner Cable -- Channel 906
Charter Communications -- Channel 300
DirecTV -- Channels 677 (SD), 677-1 (HD)
Dish Network -- Channels 448 (SD), 9518 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse -- Channels 755 (SD), 1755 (HD)
Verizon Fios -- Channels 77 (SD), 577 (HD)
Other Stars games scheduled on FOX Sports Southwest Plus in 2013-14 include (subject to change):
Date Opponent Time
Tuesday, March 11 at St. Louis 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 5 at Tampa Bay 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, April 8 Nashville 7:30 p.m.
FOX Sports Southwest Plus is available in high-definition to all video providers that carry FOX Sports Southwest. Some providers carry FOX Sports Southwest Plus as a 24-hour full-time channel. Others choose to offer selected FOX Sports Southwest Plus programming and designate a local channel to show the events.
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.