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GameThread: Ducks On Broadway vs. New York Rangers

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The last stop on the Roadie From Hell has the Ducks in the middle of the Big Apple--New York City--where they will take on the New York Rangers at a newly-renovated Madison Square Garden.

Jeff Gross


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Anaheim Ducks
@ New York Rangers

Monday, Nov. 4, 2013, 4:30 pm PDT
Madison Square Garden

TV: NBCSN
Radio: AM 830

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Numbers for Nerds: $25.675 million: Amount of money New York is paying only four players on its roster this season (Rick Nash, Brad Richards, Ryan Callahan, Ryan McDonagh).

Team Records: Anaheim: 11-3-1 (23 points, 2nd in Pacific Division); New York: 6-7-0 (12 points, 4th in Metropolitan Division)

Team Leaders: Anaheim: Points - Ryan Getzlaf (16), Goals - Corey Perry (8), Assists - Ryan Getzlaf (10), Time-on-ice: Cam Fowler (22:52), Plus-Minus: Dustin Penner (+12); New York: Points - Brad Richards, Derek Stepan (10), Goals - Brad Richards (5), Asssists - Derek Stepan (7), Time-on-ice: Ryan McDonagh (22:03), Plus-minus - Carl Hagelin (+3)

Goaltenders: Anaheim - Jonas Hiller - 6-2-1, 2.52 GAA, .907 Sv. %; Fredrik Andersen - 3-0-0, 1.50 GAA, .944 Sv. %. New York - Henrik Lundqvist: 4-5-0, 2.63 GAA, .914 Sv%; Cam Talbot: 2-1-0, 1.96 GAA, .929 Sv%

Powerplay: Anaheim: *sobs* New York: 20.9%, 13th in NHL.

Penalty Kill: Anaheim: 73.5%, 29th in NHL; New York - 81.6%, 15th in NHL.