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Edmonton Oilers at Anaheim Ducks: A GameThread

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Back where he belongs...
Back where he belongs...
Jeff Gross


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Edmonton Oilers
@ Anaheim Ducks

Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013, 5PM PT
Honda Center

TV: Prime Ticket
Radio: AM 830

Your Enemy: The Copper & Blue

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Numbers for Nerds: The Ducks are sitting 14th in hits with 788. The Oilers are sitting 10th with 818. Interestingly, the Kings, Penguins, and Bruins have more hits and better possession numbers than Anaheim, whereas everyone else on the list is behind them in team FenClose%.

Team Records: Ducks – 22-7-5 (49 points), Oilers – 11-20-3 (25 points).

Team Leaders: I’m going five deep today. Ducks leading scorers – Ryan Getzlaf (16g + 22a = 38p), Corey Perry (21g + 15a = 36p), Dustin Penner (9g + 14a = 23p), Nick Bonino (8g + 15a = 23p), Cam Fowler (3g + 16a = 19p). Oilers leading scorers – Jordan Eberle (11g + 17a = 28p), David Perron (14g + 13a = 27p), Taylor Hall (12g + 15a = 27p), Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (7g + 17a = 24p), Ales Hemsky (6g + 12a = 18p).

Ducks FenClose% leaders (+200 mins) – Corey Perry (54.0%), Dustin Penner (54.0%), Ryan Getzlaf (53.5%). Oilers FenClose% leaders (+200 mins) – Taylor Hall (50.7%), Ales Hemsky (49.4%), Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (49.1%).

Goalies: Ducks – Jonas Hiller (12-4-4, 2.49 GAA, .914 SV%) OR Frederik Andersen (8-1-0, 1.74 GAA, .938 SV%). Oilers – Devan Dubnyk (9-14-2, 3.39 GAA, .891 SV%) OR Ilya Bryzgalov (1-1-0, 2.12 GAA, .939 SV%).

Power Play: Ducks – 19th, 17.0 PP%. Oilers – 15th, 18.4 PP%.

Penalty Kill: Ducks – 21st, 80.4 PK%. Oilers – 18th, 81.4 PK%.