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Game preview: Tampa Bay Lightning at San Jose Sharks

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Lightning at Sharks

When/where: 10:30; HP Pavilion, San Jose, Calif.

Radio: 620-AM

Injuries: Tampa Bay — D Jamie Heward (concussion), LW Gary Roberts (elbow) and G Olie Kolzig (arm) are out. San Jose — C Jeremy Roenick (shoulder) is out; D Brad Lukowich (lower body), LW Jody Shelley (upper body) and RW Tom Cavanaugh (lower body) are day to day.

Key stats: The Sharks are No. 1 in the league with 67 points and have not lost in regulation at home (19-0-2). … Dan Boyle entered Monday leading all defensemen with 34 points and tied for second with 12 goals. … C Joe Thornton leads San Jose with 49 points and is second in the league with 40 assists. … San Jose has a franchise-record eight games with at least 45 shots. … Tampa Bay is 4-4 in the second of games played on consecutive nights and has won four straight.

Game preview: Tampa Bay Lightning at San Jose Sharks 01/12/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 7:56am]
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