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Ducks at Flyers GameThread: Just Keep Swimming..

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Anaheim's second game in as many nights set to reveal just how durable and prepared this roster is. The Ducks will need to dig deep to maintain the energy and endurance levels so in the words of a very wise fish, they need to just keep swimming.

Ryan Getzlaf battling with Claude Giroux
Ryan Getzlaf battling with Claude Giroux
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Next Game

Anaheim Ducks
@ Philadelphia Flyers

Tuesday, October 14, 2014 @4pm PST
Wells Fargo Center

TV: Prime Ticket, CSN-PH
Radio: AM 830

Your Enemy: Broad Street Hockey

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Numbers for Nerds:

The Ducks have scored six of their 12 goals this season in the third period, while the Flyers have given up seven of their 11 goals against in the third period.

Team Records:

Ducks: 2-1-0 (Leads the league in faceoff win percentage with a 56.6%)

Flyers: 0-2-1 (Ranked 13th in the league in goals against with 12)

Team Leaders:

Ducks:

Points- Corey Perry (4+1=5), Ryan Getzlaf (2+3=5), Ryan Kesler (2+3=5)

Time on ice per game: Hampus Lindholm (23:12), Francois Beauchemin (20:48), Cam Fowler (20:17)

Shooting percentage: Matt Beleskey (2 goals/5 shots = 40%), Corey Perry (4 goals/12 shots = 33.3%), William Karlsson (2 goals/6 shots = 33.3%)

5v5 FF%: William Karlsson 73.08, Ben Lovejoy 67.16%, Cam Fowler 65.75

Flyers:

Points- Wayne Simmonds (4+1=5), Vincent Lecavalier (1+2=3), Claude Giroux (1+2=3)

Time on ice per game: Andrew MacDonald (24:08), Mark Streit (23:50), Claude Giroux (20:54)

Shooting percentage: Wayne Simmonds (4 goals/10 shots = 40%), Michael Raffl (1 goal/4 shots = 25%), Vincent Lecavalier (1 goal/8 shots = 12.5%)

5v5 FF%: Wayne Simmonds 52.83%, Michael Del Zotto 50.72%, Zac Rinaldo (!?) 50.00%

Goalies:

Ducks: John Gibson (0-1-0, 6.00 GAA, .846 sv%) or Frederik Andersen (2-0-0, 1.50 GAA, .927 sv%)

Flyers: Ray Emery (0-0-1, 2.77 GAA, .921 sv%) or Steve Mason (0-2-0, 3.59 GAA, .879 sv%)

Power Play:

Ducks: Ranked 9th in the league with 26.7%, 4 powerplay goals in 15 opportunities (Corey Perry: 3 ppg)

Flyers: Ranked 11th in the league at 23.1%, 3 powerplay goals in 13 opportunities, (Wayne Simmonds: 2 ppg)

Penalty Kill:

Ducks: Ranked 12th in the league at 88.9%, allowed 1 goal out of 9 times shorthanded

Flyers: Ranked 13th in the league with 87.5%, allowed 1 goal out of 8 times shorthanded