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Maple Leafs, Thrashers hoping to turn things around

Atlanta (12-20-4) at Toronto (14-16-6), 7:30 p.m. EST

TORONTO (Ticker) — The Toronto Maple Leafs will try and snap a
three-game losing streak when they host the Atlanta Thrashers on
Tuesday.

Toronto has been outscored, 16-4, over the skid, including
Sunday’s 4-1 setback at Washington.

Goaltender Vesa Toskala has been in net for all three of the
losses and the 31-year-old has allowed three goals or more in
his last five appearances. He is 13-12-5 with a 3.31
goals-against average this season.

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Opening up a four-game homestand against the Thrashers could be
just what the Maple Leafs need to turn things around.

Atlanta enters the game having dropped two straight and John
Anderson’s club has just five wins in its last 20 contests.

Bryan Little scored his team-leading 18th goal of the season on
Sunday, but the Thrashers fell to the Boston Bruins, 2-1.
Little has six goals over his last three games, including a hat
trick in a 5-4 loss to Carolina on Friday.