Final

Series (Game 2 of 8)

Winnipeg leads 5-3

Game 1: Wednesday, October 5th
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Panthers2
Game 2: Saturday, November 26th
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Game 3: Saturday, December 17th
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Jets2
Game 4: Friday, February 3rd
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Panthers5
Game 5: Saturday, February 4th
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Game 6: Monday, March 6th
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SO
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Game 7: Wednesday, April 5th
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Game 8: Tuesday, April 18th
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OT
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Panthers 4

(7-13-4, 18 pts)

Jets 7

(9-12-2, 20 pts)

7:00 PM ET, November 26, 2005

Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia

1 2 3 T
FLA 0 4 04
WPG 3 1 37

S. Kozlov (Jets - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

S. Mellanby (Jets - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

M. Savard (Jets - C): Goals: 2, Assists: 2

Florida (7-12-4) at Atlanta (8-12-2) 7:00 pm EST

Florida (7-12-4) at Atlanta (8-12-2) 7:00 pm EST

ATLANTA (Ticker) -- After 12 consecutive losses, the Florida Panthers seek back-to-back wins.

The Panthers go for for their first two-game winning streak in more than a month when they face the Atlanta Thrashers on Saturday.

Florida avoided matching the franchise record for most consecutive losses with Friday's 6-3 triumph over Pittsburgh. Olli Jokinen recorded the first hat trick by a Panthers player since Pavel Bure on March 17, 2001. Gary Roberts scored his fourth goal of the season and 401st of his career.

The Panthers will try to snap an eight-game road losing skid, one shy of the team record set February 9-March 25, 2002.

Atlanta has lost its last three contests, including Thursday's 6-3 defeat against the New York Rangers. Marian Hossa, Vyacheslav Kozlov and Marc Savard scored for the Thrashers, who have yielded 14 goals in three contests.

The teams have not met since Opening Night when goaltender Roberto Luongo stopped 34 shots for his 24th career shutout in Florida's 2-0 victory over Atlanta.

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