RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Dany Heatley scored on the power play 58
seconds into overtime as the Atlanta Thrashers beat the Nashville
Predators 3-2 in an exhibition game Saturday night.

Nashville's Scott Hartnell was called for hooking with 53
seconds remaining in the third. In overtime, Heatley took a pass
from Vyacheslav Kozlov and beat Keri Lehtonen, the second overall
pick in the NHL entry draft in 2002, high.

Nashville's Vladimir Orszagh put back Adam Hall's rebound at
16:07 of the third period to tie it 2-all.

Kozlov opened the scoring just 1:10 into the second period.
Heatley used his speed to break in on Nashville starter Tomas
Vokoun, but Vokoun made the save and the rebound went right to
Kozlov, who deposited it into an open net.

Nashville's Scott Hartnell evened it at 1-1 midway through the
final period.

Marc Savard, acquired last season from the Calgary Flames,
scored just 1:22 after Hartnell's goal.

Lehtonen finished with 30 saves. Vokoun, who was replaced by Jan
Lasak midway through the game, finished with seven saves on eight
shots. Lasak stopped seven of nine shots.