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2009-04-11 21:33:15

Colby Armstrong had two goals and Kari Lehtonen had 33 saves Saturday in the Atlanta Thrashers' 6-2 win over Tampa Bay. Eric Perrin, Ilya Kovalchuk, Ron Hainsey and Colin Stuart scored for Atlanta in the season-finale for both teams. Matt Pettinger and Steven Stamkos scored for the Lightning (24-40-18), which ended the season with nine straight losses.

2009-03-03 22:06:56

Michael Frolik scored two goals Tuesday, lifting the Florida Panthers to a 4-3 victory over the Atlanta Thrashers. Cory Stillman had a goal and an assist and Stephen Weiss had three assists to help Florida get its third win in its last four games.

2009-01-17 22:12:06

Ilya Kovalchuk had a goal and an assist Saturday night when the Atlanta Thrashers pounded the Nashville Predators 7-2. Zach Bogosian picked up his first career goal for the Thrashers.

2009-01-10 15:30:04

Florida ripped the Atlanta Thrashers 8-4 Saturday, with Ville Peltonen scoring twice and six other Panthers adding a goal apiece. The Panthers led all the way, knocking in three goals in the first period and five in the third. Radek Dvorak posted a goal and two assists, Micheal Frolik, David Booth and

2009-01-08 21:03:38

Kari Lehtonen picked up his first shutout of the season Thursday by making 29 saves and leading the Atlanta Thrashers to a 4-0 decision over New Jersey. It was the 12th NHL career save for Lehtonen, who had lost in five of his six previous appearances. Ilya Kovalchuk had a goal and an assist for the Thrashers, who won for only the second time in eight games.

2008-12-22 21:34:35

Justin Pogge won his NHL debut and Alexei Ponikarovsky, Matt Stajan and Nik Antropov had nine points Monday when Toronto beat Atlanta 6-2. Pogge, recalled from Toronto's AHL affiliate Sunday, got the start in goal with Vesa Toskala out with a groin pull.


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