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Two teams due for a loss, for different reasons, meeting in Toronto tonight.

Jeff Gross


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Anaheim Ducks
@ Toronto Maple Leafs

Tuesday, Oct 22, 2013, 4:00 PM PDT
Honda Center

TV: Prime Ticket

Radio: AM 830 KLAA

Your Enemy: Pension Plan Puppets


Numbers for Nerds

Team Records: Ducks 7-1-0, Leafs 6-3-0, Ducks 2011-12 Record vs Toronto 0-1-0 (a 5-2 loss in Anaheim, the second to last game of the Randy Carlyle era for the Ducks)

Team Leaders: For your Anaheim Ducks: Corey Perry leads in goals 5G-4A-9P, and is tied with Ryan Getzlaf for points (as you might expect) 3G-6A-9P. For the Toronto Maple Leafs: Joffrey Lupul leads in goals and points with 6G-4A-10P

Goalies: Ducks: Jonas Hiller – 4-0-0, 2.01 GAA, .937 SV%, Frederik Andersen – 1-0-0, 0.00 GAA, 1.00 Sv% (not too bad for your first two periods of NHL action) Leafs: Jonathan Bernier – 4-3-0, 2.14 GAA, .938 Sv%, James Reimer – 2-0-0, 3.18 GAA, .917 Sv%

Power Play: Ducks: 28th (!!) in the NHL, 9.4 PP%, Nick Bonino, Teemu Selanne and Corey Perry each have a PPG to their name now. Leafs: 2nd in the NHL, 27.8 PP%, Lupul, Nazem Kadri, James van Riemsdyk and Tyler Bozak all have 2 PPG each, kind of puts the Ducks' struggles into perspective.

Penalty Kill: Ducks: 22nd in the NHL, 78.6 PK%, and Emerson Etem has a shorty. Leafs: 7th in the NHL, 85.3 PK%, Bozak has their only shorty.

Shots per game: Ducks: 37.6, 2nd in the NHL, Leafs: 27.2, 26th in the NHL (Which team is coached by Randy Carlyle?)