Guerin spent nearly two seasons with the Bruins before signing as a free agent with the Stars in July. Last season, the 32-year-old right winger and native of nearby Worcester, Massachusetts led the Bruins with 41 goals and was third on the team with 66 points as they finished the regular season in first place in the Eastern Conference.
Guerin has 23 goals, three behind Mike Modano for the team lead.
The Stars are unbeaten in their last nine road games (7-0-2), which is one shy of the club record set January 12-March 4, 1999.
The Stars opened a four-game road trip with Sunday’s 3-0 win in Chicago as Modano scored twice and Ron Tugnutt recorded his second shutout of the season.
Boston is winless in its last five (0-3-2) and is just 2-6-2-1 over its last 11 contests.
The Bruins completed a seven-game road trip with Sunday’s 4-4 tie against the New York Islanders. They erased three one-goal deficits as defenseman Don Sweeney, whose failure to clear the puck led to the winning goal in Friday’s 3-2 loss at New Jersey, scored his second goal of the season with 2:24 left in regulation.
Tuesday is the lone meeting between the teams. The Stars are unbeaten in the last eight games in the series (6-0-2) since a 3-2 setback in Boston on January 4, 1997.