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Game Thread: Jets @ Ducks

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The hunt for the ultimate home point streak to begin a season continues as the Anaheim Ducks face-off against the Winnipeg Jets.

Marianne Helm


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Winnipeg Jets
@ Anaheim Ducks

Tuesday, January 21st at 7:00 PM PST

Honda Center

TV: Prime Ticket
Radio: AM 830 KLAA

Your Enemy: Arctic Ice Hockey

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The Ducks come into the game with 79 standings points (1st in the NHL). The Jets are on a 3-0-0 winning streak since Paul Maurice took over as the team's head coach.

Numbers for Nerds: 30 – If it wasn't obvious enough, the Ducks are dominating the league and are 30 points ahead of tonight's opponent.

Team Records: Anaheim: 37-9-5; Winnipeg: 22-23-5; Head to Head this year 1-0 to the Ducks

Team Leaders: Anaheim: points – Ryan Getzlaf (58); goals – Corey Perry (27); assists – Ryan Getzlaf (33); time-on-ice – Cam Fowler (23:59 per game); plus-minus – Hampus Lindholm and Francois Beauchemin (plus-25). Winnipeg: points – Bryan Little (40); goals – Blake Wheeler (17); assists – Dustin Byfuglien (27); time-on-ice – Dustin Byfuglein (25:33 per game); plus-minus – Keaton Ellerby (plus-8).

Goaltenders: Anaheim — Jonas Hiller: 23-5-4, .914 SV%, 2.37 GAA, 3 SO; Frederik Andersen: 12-2-0, 9.29 SV%, 1.99 GAA, 0 SO; Viktor Fasth (IR): 2-2-1, .885 SV%, 2.95 GAA, 0 SO. Winnipeg — Ondrej Pavelec: 14-19-4, .899 SV%, 3.02 GAA, 1 SO; Al Montoya: 8-4-1, .921 SV%, 2.31 GAA, 2 SO.

Power Play: Anaheim — 18.9% 15th in the NHL. Winnipeg — 14.6% 26th in the NHL.

Penalty Kill: Anaheim — 81.7 % 14th in the NHL. Winnipeg — 83.2% 10th in the NHL.