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Tampa Bay Lightning preview: tonight vs. Panthers

.Tonight

Lightning vs. Panthers

When/where: 7:30; St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa

Radio: 620-AM

Injuries: Tampa Bay — LW Ryan Malone (lower body) is day to day, and RW Adam Hall (lower body) is day to day. Panthers — D Cory Murphy (shoulder) is out, D Bryan Allen (knee) is out, C Kamil Kreps (concussion) is day to day, and C Gregory Campbell (bone bruise) is day to day.

Key stats: LW David Booth leads the Panthers with seven goals. … D Keith Ballard and RW Nathan Horton are tied for the team lead with 10 points. … The Panthers are ranked 29th in the league in power play (12.7 percent) and 29th in goals per game (2.31)

Tampa Bay Lightning preview: tonight vs. Panthers 11/17/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 7:43am]
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