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GameThread: Ducks @ Sharks

The Ducks head north to battle the Sharks at the SAP Center for the first time this season, barely 24 hours after getting trounced by the Blackhawks. Time to shake it off and get back to it quickly.

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Anaheim Ducks
@ San Jose Sharks

Friday, November 28, 2014 7:30 PM PST
SAP Center

Radio: AM 830

Your Enemy: Fear the Fin

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Numbers for Nerds:

In the last three seasons, the Anaheim Ducks have played (thus far) 154 regular season games. Eric Brewer, making his debut with the Ducks tonight, will be the 19th different defenseman to suit up during that time.

Team Records:

Anaheim Ducks: (14-5-5), 33 points (2nd in Pacific Division and Western Conference), 2.54 G/GP, 2.38 GA/GP

San Jose Sharks: (10-10-4), 24 points (5th in Pacific Division), 2.50 G/GP, 2.58 GA/GP

Ducks Team Leaders:

Scoring: Ryan Getzlaf (6G-13A-19P), Sami Vatanen (5G-13A-18P), Ryan Kesler (6G-12-A-18P), Corey Perry (12G-5A-17P)

TOI/GP: Hampus Lindholm (22:50), Francois Beauchemin (22:43), Sami Vatanen (22:03); Among Forwards: Ryan Getzlaf (20:23)

Possession: (5v5 FF%, minimum 11 GP): Matt Beleskey (57.63%), Josh Manson (57.36%), Hampus Lindholm (53.86%)

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Sharks Team Leaders:

Scoring: Joe Thornton (7G-13A-20P), Joe Pavelski (9G-10A-19P), Logan Couture (8G-11A-19P); Among Defensemen; Brent Burns (7G-12A-19P)

TOI/GP: Brent Burns (23:18), Marc-Edouard Vlasic (22:23), Justin Braun (21:25); Among Forwards: Joe Pavelski (19:44)

Possession: (5v5 FF%, minimum 11 GP): Matt Nieto (59.95), Tyler Kennedy (55.81), Joe Thornton (55.68)

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Ducks: Frederik Andersen (10-3-4), .922 Sv%, 29.0 Shots Faced/GP

Sharks: Antti Niemi (7-7-3), .917 Sv%, 30.7 Shots Faced/GP

Power Play:

Ducks: 18.7% (16th in the NHL), Sami Vatanen and Corey Perry, 4 PPG each

Sharks: 22.7% (5th in the NHL), Joe Pavelski (5 PPG), Logan Couture (4 PPG)

Penalty Kill:

Ducks: 85.7% (6th in the NHL), Andrew Cogliano and Devante Smith-Pelly, 1 SHG each

Sharks: 81.7% (15th in the NHL), Tommy Wingels, 1 SHG