As Stars’ road woes continue, lineup changes could be on the horizon – [Update News]

The benefit of being 34 games into an NHL season is there’s no longer any need for guesswork. The Stars are exactly as their record indicates. The Stars are a great home team with a 14-3-1 record at the American Airlines Center and a 4-11-1 record away. Dallas and Terrible, Horrible. No Good. Very Bad Day is the title of nearly every road game.

“We have some guys who are very comfortable playing at home and very uncomfortable playing on the road,” head coach Rick Bowness said. “It’s very obvious.”

The Stars fell flat in Florida on Friday evening. It culminated in a 7-1 loss. While they were quick to score, Sergei Bobrovsky was not too stressed. Even more troubling was the fact that a team that prides themselves on its defensive identity seemed ill-prepared for a relentless Florida offense. The Panthers’ habit of running up the score is no secret; they’ve scored at least four goals in each of the past eight games (and they scored at least six goals in four of those eight). And yet, there was Jonathan Huberdeau finding Anthony Duclair — neither player facing much resistance — early in the second period to give the Panthers an early 2-0 lead.

“There was a lot.