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Saturday's game: Lightning-Ducks preview

Tonight

Lightning vs. Ducks

When/where: 7; Amalie Arena

TV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 970-AM

Key stats: After an awful start — 1-7-2 — the Ducks have won six of their nine games in November. Six of those nine were at home, but Anaheim has won two of three on this road trip, outshooting the Predators and Panthers a combined 81-46. … The Lightning beat the Ducks in both meetings last season, outscoring them 9-4. "They kicked our butts twice," coach Bruce Boudreau said. … Lightning RW Ryan Callahan (lower body) practiced Friday and could return Saturday. Jonathan Drouin (undisclosed) and Tyler Johnson (upper body) are likely out, as is Cedric Paquette (upper body).

Saturday's game: Lightning-Ducks preview 11/20/15 [Last modified: Friday, November 20, 2015 10:27pm]
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