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Norfolk extends record winning streak to 25 games

by Staff Writer / Tampa Bay Lightning

The Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League extended their professional hockey record winning streak to 25 games by beating the Binghamton Senators 4-1 on Saturday night.

Dustin Tokarski made 30 saves for the Admirals, the Tampa Bay Lightning's top affiliate, who haven't lost since Feb. 5 and have won their last 19 games in regulation. The longest previous winning streak in AHL history was 18 games; the NHL record is 17, set by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1992-93

Pierre-Cedric Labrie, Trevor Smith, Tyler Johnson and Cory Conacher scored for Norfolk, which clinched the AHL regular-season title by beating Binghamton 3-1 on Friday.

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