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Lightning-Bruins preview

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Lightning at Bruins

When/where: 1; TD Garden, Boston

TV/radio: Sun Sports; 620-AM

Key stats: Lightning C Steven Stamkos' six-game goal streak, with seven tallies, is the league's longest active and one off his career best. … Tampa Bay has killed 37 of its past 39 penalties. The Bruins have killed 18 straight. … Boston D Torey Krug entered Sunday leading all rookies with three power-play goals and six power-play points. … The Bruins have outscored opponents 18-9 in first periods. … Zdeno Chara leads Boston with an average 24:40 of ice time.

Lightning-Bruins preview 11/10/13 [Last modified: Sunday, November 10, 2013 11:02pm]
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