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Game preview: Tampa Bay Lightning at Winnipeg Jets

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Lightning at Jets

When/where: 8:30; MTS Centre, Winnipeg

TV/radio: Sun Sports; 970-AM

Key stats: The Lightning road power play entered Wednesday second worst in the league at 9 percent and is 3-for-51 in its past 16 games. … C Steven Stamkos has scored on 20 percent of his shots (42-of-210), the highest percentage entering Wednesday of any player with more than 100 shots. … The Jets are on a 4-1-2 home streak. … Tampa Bay's past four wins were by one goal, and it is 17-2-6 this season in one-goal games.

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