NHL: CALGARY (0-3) at DALLAS (2-2) <h3>Stars look to continue home success against Flames</h3> <div class="pre">Calgary (0-2-1) at Dallas (2-2-0) 8:30 pm EDT</div> DALLAS (Ticker) -- In recent years, the Dallas Stars havedominated at home against the Calgary Flames. The Stars would like to keep the streak going Friday when theyhost the Flames, who are still winless this season under newcoach Mike Keenan. Dallas has seven wins and a tie in its last eight home meetingswith Calgary. The Flames have not won in Dallas since December14, 2001. In their two home wins this season, the Stars have registerednine goals. They are coming off a 5-1 victory over the LosAngeles Kings on Tuesday. After missing the Stars' first three games with an ankle injury,Mike Ribeiro returned to the lineup against the Kings andregistered an goal and an assist. Niklas Hagman, who tallied a career-high 17 goals last season,added a pair against Los Angeles. Goaltender Marty Turco has allowed just two goals in the twohome wins after giving up four in the Stars' season-opening lossat Colorado. The Flames have been dreadful on the penalty kill, allowingseven goals in 18 shorthanded opportunities. Calgary opened a four-game road trip on Wednesday with a 4-2loss in Detroit as goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff gave up fourgoals for the second straight game. Kiprusoff, who has allowed 11 goals this season, is 0-6-0 with a3.19 goals-against average in his career at Dallas.