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2014-15 Shootout "Preview"

The skills competition is an important part of the game, and yet still one of the silliest. So we treat it as such.

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2014 Stats

The Anaheim Ducks were 3-6 (home: 1-3, away: 2-3) in shootouts last season. The team scored 12 shootout goals on 42 attempts (28.6%) while giving up 15 goals against on 43 attempts against (34.9%).

Shooting Order

1. Kyle Palmieri – He’s a legitimate shooting talent

2. Ryan Getzlaf – He should use the Blades of Steel pass-into-net trick

3. Sami Vatanen – He would do something crazy

4. Is Emerson Etem on the team?

5. Cam Fowler – Why not?

6. Corey Perry – He’s terrible at shootouts because he’s a pure shooter but hey

7. Patrick Maroon with Beard – If he shaves, he’s last on the list

8. Did Rickard Rakell make the roster yet?

9. Ryan Kesler – I guess right?

10. Hampus Lindholm – Just to see his sick flow breeze behind him on the attempt

11. Devante Smith-Pelly – He should pick up the puck and just skate it as hard as he can at the goalie in a huge game of chicken hahaha I bet that’s against the rules huh?

12. Andrew Cogliano – Even broken clocks are right twice a day

13. Dany Heatley – If he makes it to the net, take a drink

14. Clayton Stoner – Might be the only player to get a negative Corsi on a SO attempt

15. Bryan Allen –Opposing goaltender laughed his ass off, missed puck

16. Jakob Silfverberg – How did I miss him? I bet Boudreau will too

17. Tim Jackman – He can punch it in

18. Ben Lovejoy – I actually forgot about him

Rest: In no particular order, Francois Beauchemin, Mark Fistric, Nate Thompson, Matt Beleskey, and, uh…I think that’s it!