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NHL Southeast Division Standings: Thrashers Trying To Climb Up

It would certainly help the Thrashers' cause if the Tampa Bay Lightning and Steven Stamkos would please stop scoring goals. The Atlanta Thrashers are five points behind the Bolts and nine points behind the division-leading (still) Washington Capitals. Nothing that a good losing streak for either of those two teams and a winning streak for the Thrashers couldn't fix. Heck, Ovie might think it's hysterical.

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Southeast Standings

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GP W L OTL PT
Washington22146230
Tampa Bay21127226
Atlanta2199321
Carolina2099220
Florida19910018
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(updated 11.23.2010 at 8:45 AM EST)

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Of course, who's next on the Thrashers schedule tomorrow night? Just the Detroit Red Wings, who are the West's top team.  Black Friday sees red-hot Carey Price and the Montreal Canadiens come to town, and of course Sunday Tim "Timmah!" Thomas and the Bruins will be here. It'll be rough to keep the win streak going, but this guy should be able to help:

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GP MIN W L EGA GA GAA SA SV SV% SO
2010 - Ondrej Pavelec 1155934181.93295277.9391
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If Pavelec doesn't start all three games (he's starting tomorrow), I'll be shocked.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.