2015-16 Anaheim Ducks Season
Anaheim closes their five game road trip in Edmonton before returning for their final home stand of the regular season. The Ducks have taken both meetings in Alberta this year, winning 1-0 on New Years Eve, as well as a 5-3 victory in mid-February.
Ducks open five-game Canadian trip with an overtime finish from Jakob Silfverberg against the Jets.
With the prospects of a five-game in ten-day road trip staring them in the face, and LA beginning to pull away in the Pacific Division while SJ inches ever closer, the Anaheim Ducks needed a strong effort on Friday night against the Boston Bruins.
With a five-game road trip through Canada in the offing, Anaheim needs a strong performance against another likely postseason qualifier from the Eastern Conference in Boston.
Final Score: 7 -1 Anaheim Ducks. That doesn't leave too much room for "Worsts" does it? Going into this game, there was some talk about the Ducks coming back to earth and once again struggling to find the back of the net-but a brief skid skid it was.
One game after losing for the first time in 11 games, the Anaheim Ducks had their road win streak and point streaks snapped simultaneously with a terrible 3-0 loss to the Colorado Avalanche.
Chances were few and far between in a game that featured both the defensive, as well as goaltending prowess of both sides. Really it's about what should've been expected when two of the top three teams in goals-against got together.