The lights are going on around the Dallas Cowboys this postseason, with more than 10,000 of them set to be put on.
But that won’t stop fans from taking advantage of the festivities.
We take a look at what you need to know about the Cowboys and the playoffs.
(1:15) The lights are off, as they’ve been since the Dallas Stars went 0-9-1 to fall to the Anaheim Ducks in the Western Conference Final last week.
The lights have been on for more than two weeks.
The Stars were eliminated by the Ducks in a Game 7 series that was originally set to begin on Thursday night.
That game was postponed to Friday morning, however, and the game was moved to Saturday.
The next day, Stars coach Lindy Ruff said the team would have to wait a few more days to have the lights up.
But after seeing the lights last night, I thought, ‘I think the lights are on, so we have to get them up and running tonight.’
There is a ton of buzz around the Stars.
So I think we will be up and up and down for a couple more games before we get to the playoffs,” Ruff said.
The night before the series opener, Ruff told reporters that there would be “lots of energy” surrounding the game.
The arena lights were first lit in the second period against the Kings on March 7.
The Stars are on the road for Game 1 on Thursday against the Minnesota Wild.