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GameThread: Maple Leafs at Ducks, Can Quack City Regain the NHL Top Spot

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Despite firing Randy Carlyle, I fully expect the team to play him a smallish video tribute, and I will barf all the barfs I can barf the whole time.

Great American Heroes
Great American Heroes
Clive Mason


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Toronto Maple Leafs
@ Anaheim Ducks

Monday, March 10, 2014, 7:00 PM
Honda Center

TV: KDOC
Radio: AM 830

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Numbers for Nerds: The Leafs have blown something like 21 third period leads. This may not even include games when they blow the lead multiple times in the third, which puts the number higher. The funny thing is the Leafs end up winning nearly all of these games.

Team Records: Ducks 43-14-7. Maple Leafs 34-23-8. 2013-14 Ducks v Maple Leafs 0-1-0.

Team Leaders: Ducks points leaders - Ryan Getzlaf (29g + 41a = 70p), Corey Perry (34g + 31a = 65p), Nick Bonino (16g + 25a = 41p). Maple Leafs points leaders - Phil Kessel (33g + 37a = 70p), James van Riemsdyk (26g + 26a = 52p), Nazem Kadri (17g + 27a = 44p).

Goalies: Ducks - Jonas Hiller (26-9-6, .917 SV%, team w/2.28 GAA) OR Frederik Andersen (15-3-0, .929 SV%, team w/2.12 GAA). Maple Leafs - Jonathan Bernier (24-16-7, .925 SV%, team w/2.63 GAA) OR James Reimer (10-7-1, .913 SV%, team w/3.20 GAA).

Power Play: Ducks - 18th PP in NHL, 17.4 PP%. Maple Leafs - 8th PP in NHL, 20.7 PP%.

Penalty Kill: Ducks - 12th PK in NHL, 83.0 PK%. Maple Leafs - 28th PK in NHL, 77.9 PK%.