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The Ducks are looking to continue home dominance with a 20th win.

Home Sweet Home.
Home Sweet Home.
Jeff Gross


Vancouver Canucks
@ Anaheim Ducks

Wednesday, January 15th, at 7:30 PM PST
The most feared arena in the NHL: The Honda Center

TV: FS-W
Radio: AM 830 KLAA

Your Enemy: Nucks Misconduct

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Numbers for Nerds: 8. Someone asked me during the Phoenix game how many times the Ducks have forced a goalie change. So I went and counted. The Ducks have forced goalie changes eight times thus far in this 2013-14 season (Ottawa, Buffalo, Phoenix twice, Calgary, St. Louis, Detroit, and San Jose). The one time the Ducks have changed goalies resulted in a 6-3 rout over the Dallas Stars on home ice.

Team Records: Ducks 35-8-5, Canucks 24-14-9, Head-to-Head 2-0-0

Team Leaders: Ducks: Goals-Corey Perry (25), Assists-Ryan Getzlaf (30), Points-Ryan Getzlaf (53), Game Winners-Corey Perry (8)

Canucks: Goals- Ryan Kesler (17), Assists- Henrik Sedin (31), Points- Henrik Sedin (40), Game Winners-Ryan Kesler (5)

Goalies: Ducks: Jonas Hiller (23-4-4, 2.34 GAA, .914 SV%) reportedly has the flu, Frederik Anderson (10-2-0, 2.07 GAA, .923 SV%), American Hero John Gibson has yet to make his NHL debut

Canucks: Eddie Lack (8-4-3, 2.12 GAA, .924 SV%), Roberto Luongo (16-10-6, 2.23 GAA, .922 SV%)

Power Play: Ducks: 16.4%, 22nd in the League, Canucks: 15.1% 23rd in the League

Leading PP Scorers: Ducks: Corey Perry (6 goals), Canucks: Ryan Kesler (7 goals)

Penalty Kill: Ducks: 81.5%, 15th in the League, Canucks: 89.7%, 1st in the League

Shorthanded goals: Ducks: 5, Canucks: 4