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Tonight: Lightning at Thrashers

By DAMIAN CRISTODERO, Times Staff Writer
Published November 11, 2005

WHEN/WHERE: 7; Philips Arena, Atlanta.

TV/RADIO: Sun Sports; 620-AM. SEASON SERIES: The Lightning leads 2-1, 2-0 in Atlanta.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: The Thrashers are last in the East with 11 points. ... Atlanta entered Thursday with the league's seventh-best power play at 21.3 percent and has scored on 5 of 12 chances against Tampa Bay (41.7 percent). ... Thrashers left wing Vyacheslav Kozlov has three goals and eight assists in a seven-game points streak and assists in five straight games. Right wing Peter Bondra has four goals and three assists in a four-game streak. ... Atlanta was the league's third-most penalized team, averaging 22.8 minutes. ... The Lightning is 5-2-1 against the Southeast. The Thrashers are 3-3-1.

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