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Will the Ducks face the resilient, new-look Flames, or the team that usually shows up at Honda Center?

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Next Game

Calgary Flames
@ Anaheim Ducks

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 7 PM PST
Honda Center

TV: Prime Ticket
Radio: AM 830

Your Enemy: Matchsticks and Gasoline

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Numbers for Nerds:

Ryan Getzlaf did not score during the Ducks' shootout loss at Calgary on November 18, but has six goals and 15 assists in his last 13 home games against Calgary.

[Ed. Note: Fun game to play, see how many times you count Mark Giordano's name below. Dude runs this team, and who would have ever expected that when he left for the KHL in 2008? -CK]

Team Records:

Ducks: (13-4-5), 31 points (1st in Pacific Division and Western Conference), 2.59 G/GP, 2.32 GA/GP

Flames: (13-7-2), 28 points (3rd in Pacific Division), 3.09 G/GP, 2.73 GA/GP

Ducks Team Leaders:

Scoring: Ryan Getzlaf (6G-13A-19P), Sami Vatanen (5G-13A-18P), Ryan Kesler (6G-11A-17P)

TOI/GP: Francois Beauchemin (23:05), Hampus Lindholm (22:32), Sami Vatanen (21:44); Among Forwards: Ryan Getzlaf (20:25)

Possession: (5v5 FF%, minimum 16 GP): Matt Beleskey (57.78%), William Karlsson (54.34%), Hampus Lindholm (53.94%)

Possession numbers and chart via WAR-on-ice.com.

Opponent Team Leaders:

Scoring: Mark Giordano (6G-17A-23P), Jiri Hudler (7G-10A-17P), TJ Brodie (4G-12A-16P)

TOI/GP: TJ Brodie (25:12), Mark Giordano (24:27), Dennis Wideman (22:56); Among Forwards: Sean Monahan (19:00)

Possession: (5v5 FF%, minimum 16 GP): Paul Byron (50.88%), Sean Monahan (48.93%), Mark Giordano (48.78%)

Possession numbers and chart via WAR-on-ice.com.

Goalies:

Ducks: Frederik Andersen (9-2-4), .921 Sv%, 26.1 Shots Faced/GP

Flames: Jonas Hiller (9-5-1), .914 Sv%, 28 Shots Faced/GP

Power Play:

Ducks: 19.2% (17th in the NHL), Sami Vatanen and Corey Perry, 4 PPG each

Flames: 21% (8th in the NHL), Dennis Wideman and Josh Jooris, 3 PPG each

Penalty Kill:

Ducks: 83.8% (10th in the NHL), Andrew Cogliano and Devante Smith-Pelly, 1 SHG each

Flames: 73.8% (29th in the NHL), Mark Giordano, 1 SHG