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Hold on to your hats boys and girls, this one's going to be a big one.

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Anaheim Ducks
@ Dallas Stars

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 5:00PM PST
American Airlines Center

TV: TSN, CNBC, RDS2, PRIME
Radio: 870 KRLA

Your Enemy: Defending Big D

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Numbers for Nerds: 10-Describing Devante Smith-Pelly as a human bowling ball is no exaggeration. He alone had 10 hits out of the Ducks' total 30 hits in Game 3.

Team Playoff Records: Ducks 2-1, Stars 1-2

Team Leaders: Ducks: Ryan Getzlaf (2g-2a-4p); Matt Beleskey, Corey Perry (1g-1a-2p); Francois Beauchemin (0g-2a-2p); Mathieu Perrault, Andrew Cogliano, Kyle Palmieri (1g-0a-1p); Nick Bonino, Patrick Maroon and Teemu Selanne (0g-1-a-1p)

Stars: Jamie Benn (2g-1a-3p); Colton Sceviour (1g-2a-3p); Ryan Garbutt (2g-0a-2p); Tyler Seguin, Valeri Nichushkin, Alex Chiasson (1g-1a-2p); Trevor Daley, Cody Eakin, Antoine Roussel, Shawn Horcoff (0g-2a-2p); Alex Goligoski and Jordie Benn (0g-1a-1p)

Goalies: Ducks: Frederik Andersen (2-1, 2.67 GAA, .914 SV%), Jonas Hiller (yet to appear). Stars: Kari Lehtonen (1-2, 2.37 GAA, .923 SV%), Tim Thomas (yet to appear).

Power Play: Ducks: 15.4%, 2 out of 13 (10th among playoff teams), Stars: 14.3%, 2 out of 14 (11th among playoff teams)

Penalty Kill: Ducks: 85.7% (6th among playoff teams), Stars: 84.6% (8th among playoff teams)

Ducks have 1 shorthanded goal scored by none other than Andrew Cogliano [Ed. Note: Cogs+Etem+PK = F*** YEAH! -CK]