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Game preview: Tampa Bay Lightning at Columbus Blue Jackets



at Blue Jackets

When/where: 7; Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio

Radio: 620-AM

Key stats: In seven road games since the Olympic break, the Lightning penalty kill is 69.6 percent (16-of-23) and the team is 2-4-1. … The Blue Jackets are 5-0-0 against the Southeast this season and 13-1-2 the past three seasons. The regulation loss was 2-1 to the Panthers on Nov. 21, 2007. … Tampa Bay LW Marty St. Louis and C Steven Stamkos entered Monday fifth and sixth in the league, respectively, with 87 and 86 points.

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