SUNRISE, Fla. - Gregory Campbell scored midway through the second period and Tomas Vokoun made 27 saves in the Florida Panthers' 1-0 victory over the Atlanta Thrashers on Monday night.
Vokoun earned his fifth shutout of the season and won for the fifth time in his last seven home starts. Vokoun has made 101 saves in the last three games, all Panthers victories. Florida is on its fourth three-game winning streak of the season.
Johan Hedberg stopped 23 shots for Atlanta, which lost for the third time in six games.
Campbell scored his second goal of the season at 7:18 of the middle period when he backhanded in a shot from the left circle. Hedberg was screened by Florida's Rostislav Olesz, and the puck slid by the goalie and into the net. Jason Garrison earned an assist, his first career NHL point in 17 games.
Campbell's other goal this season was scored on Jan. 13 against Washington.
Atlanta's Ilya Kovalchuk, who came into the game with three goals and three assists in three games, was held without a point. The Thrashers had a 6-on-4 skating advantage for the final 1:19, but couldn't tie it against Vokoun.
NOTES: Florida called up forwards Shawn Matthias and Jeff Taffe from Rochester of the American Hockey League, and both players were in the lineup. Forward Steve MacIntyre was sent back to Rochester. ... Panthers C Stephen Weiss (lower body injury) sat out. He left Saturday's game against Tampa Bay after five minutes, and is listed as day to day. ... Atlanta will play three of its next four at home.