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GameThread: Philly's PP is ALMOST as Bad as Ours

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In fact, the only reason it isn't is because they haven't had as many chances!

Jeff Gross


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Anaheim Ducks
@ Philadelphia Flyers

Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, 4:00 pm PDT
Wells Fargo Center

TV: Prime Ticket
Radio: AM 830

Your Enemy: Broad Street Hockey

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Numbers for Nerds

Team Records: Ducks 9-3-0, Flyers 3-7-0, Ducks last game vs Philly 4-3 OT loss on Dec 2, 2012 (Bruce Boudreau's first game as Ducks' Coach)

Team Leaders: Ducks scoring leaders – Corey Perry, 6g + 7a = 13p; Ryan Getzlaf, 5g + 7a = 12p; Mathieu Perreault, 4g + 5a = 9p (may be back in the lineup tonight). Flyers scoring leaders – Vinny Lecavalier, 4g + 2a = 6p; Brayden Schenn, 3g + 4a = 6p; Claude Girouix, 0g + 5a = 5p.(!!!!!)

Goalies: Ducks – Jonas Hiller gets the nod per Dan Wood at morning skate, 4-2-0, 2.64 GAA, .911 SV%, Frederik Andersen, 3-0-0, 1.50 GAA, .944 SV%. Flyers – Steve Mason, 3-5-0, 2.15 GAA, .930 SV%, Ray Emery (former Ducks' great), 0-2-0, 4.03 GAA, .873 Sv%

Power Play: ANA – Still sucks. 4-for-49, 8.2 PP%, LAST IN NHL. PHI – 28th in NHL, 10.0 PP%. Not much better, but at least they have those sweet double digits. Vinny (2), Schenn (1) and Wayne Simmonds (1) have the Flyers' only PPGs

Penalty Kill: ANA – 26th in NHL, 76.2 PK%. PHI – 9th in NHL, 83.7 PK%.