Next for Thrashers
Who: vs. Bruins
When: 5 p.m. Sunday
TV; radio: None; 680
* The Thrashers go for their fifth straight victory in a non-televised game. It would be their longest since six straight wins March 6-16, 2009, the longest streak in franchise history.
* Entering Saturday, the Thrashers had the No. 3 power play in the NHL (23 of 94, 24.5 percent). The team’s penalty kill is 24th in the league (17 of 80, 78.8 percent) but has allowed only one goal in 16 chances over the past five games.
* Andrew Ladd leads the Thrashers in scoring with 24 points (eight goals, 16 assists).
* The Thrashers conclude a season-long six game homestand. Including the Bruins, four of the past five games were against teams currently in playoff positions.
* The Bruins, losers of three of their past four, are led by Nathan Horton and Milan Lucic (15 points).
- Chris Vivlamore