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Ducks/Kings GameThread: 80 Down, Two to Go

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The Ducks have started to round back into form in their last two games. The only thing that really matters for their final two is keeping that going.

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Anaheim Ducks
@ Los Angeles Kings

Saturday, April 12, 7:30PM PST
Staples Center

TV: KDOC
(or Prime Ticket for Magnus Lindholm)
Radio: AM 710 KSPN AM

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Numbers for Nerds: The Kings have one player (Linden Vey, 18 Games played) with a Fenwick For Percentage (Close) below 50. I didn't want to look it up, but the Ducks have 10. Not surprising, but not good.

Team Records: Ducks 52-20-8, Kings 46-28-7, Head-to-Head 3-0-1

Team Leaders: Ducks: Ryan Getzlaf (31-56-87); Corey Perry (43-39-82); Nick Bonino (20-27-47); Mathieu Perreault (18-24-42); Andrew Cogliano (21-20-41)

KIngs: Anze Kopitar (27-41-68); Jeff Carter (27-23-50); Justin Williams (19-23-42); Mike Richards (11-30-41); Drew Doughty (10-27-37)

Goalies: Ducks: Jonas Hiller (29-13-7), 2.48 GAA ,.911 SV%; Frederik Andersen (19-5-0), 2.27 GAA, .924 SV%; John Gibson (2-0-0) 1.00 GAA, .964 SV%

Kings: Jonathan Quick (27-17-3), 2.05 GAA, .916 SV%; Martin Jones (12-6-0), 1.81 GAA, .934 SV%

Power Play: Ducks-16.4% (22nd in the league), Kings-15.4% (26th in the league)

Penalty Kill: Ducks-81.9% (17th in the league), Kings-82.9% (11th in the league)