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To start the season, it looked like this game might feature the entire 2017 Hall of Fame class, but the Devils' old guys (Brodeur and Jagr) are playing like they've got a few more years left in them. (Also Cory Schneider is getting the start)

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Anaheim Ducks
@ New Jersey Devils

Friday, Dec. 20, 2013, 4PM PT
Prudential Center

TV: Prime Ticket
Radio: AM 830

Your Enemy: In Lou We Trust

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Numbers for Nerds: 3-1, What the score should have been the last time the Ducks and Devils met, no thanks to a blown call and an own goal.

Team Records: Anaheim: 24-7-5 (53 points 1st Pacific). New Jersey: 14-15-6 (34 points, 5th Metro). Last meeting: Ducks lost the flukiest game ever 4-3 in OT

Team Leaders: Anaheim: points – Ryan Getzlaf (39); goals – Corey Perry (22); assists – Ryan Getzlaf (23); time-on-ice – Cam Fowler (24:01 / game); plus-minus – Francois Beauchemin (plus-20).
New Jersey: points – Jaromir Jagr (29); goals – Jaromir Jagr (12); assists – Jaromir Jagr (17); time-on-ice – Andy Greene (24:50 / game); plus-minus – Dainius Zubrus (plus-12).

Goaltenders: Anaheim – Jonas Hiller: 14-4-4, .914 SV%, 2.45 GAA, 2 SO; Frederik Andersen: 8-1-0, .938 SV%, 1.74 GAA, 0 SO; Viktor Fasth (IR): 2-2-1, .885 SV%, 2.95 GAA, 0 SO (no longer traveling with the team).
New Jersey – Martin Brodeur: 10-8-2, .906 SV%, 2.30 GAA, 3 S0; Cory Schenider: 4-7-4, .917 SV%, 1.97 GAA, 2 SO.

Power Play: Anaheim – 16.2% 19th in the NHL. New Jersey – 17.3% 17th in the NHL.

Penalty Kill: Anaheim – 81.0% 22nd in the NHL. New Jersey – 85.6% 6th in the NHL.