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Game Thread: Ducks vs Avalanche (10/16/15)

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Colorado's been hemorrhaging goals against - just what the Ducks need?

Ryan Kesler crashes for a rebound against Reto Berra and the Avalanche last season at Honda Center.
Ryan Kesler crashes for a rebound against Reto Berra and the Avalanche last season at Honda Center.
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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus COLORADO AVALANCHE
0-2-1, 1 Pt Record 1-2-0, 4 Pts
5th Pacific, 12th West, T-24th NHL Standings 7th Central, T-10th West, T-19th NHL
0.33 GF/GP 4.0
2.33 GA/GP 4.67
0.0% Power Play 50.0%
88.9% Penalty Kill 75.0%
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Sami Vatanen 1G Goals Gabriel Landeskog 4G
Andrew Cogliano 1A, Mike Santorelli 1A Assists Francois Beauchemin 5A
1PT: Vatanen (1G), Cogliano (1A), Santorelli (1A) Points Landeskog 6PT (4G 2A)
N/A PP Points 5 w/ 2PPP: Erik Johnson, Jarome Iginla (2PPG)
N/A SH Points N/A
Hampus Lindholm 23:49, Ryan Getzlaf 18:57 TOI/GP (D&F) Beauchemin 22:12, Landeskog 19:33
Carl Hagelin 61.8, Vatanen 52.8 SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Cody McLeod 58.3, Nick Holden 54.7
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Reto Berra
0-1-1 Record 0-0-0
.956 Save % 100.0
.960 Adj. SV% N/A
31.5 SA/GP 5SA in 22:22

Projected Lines

Expected lines for Anaheim and Colorado via Eric Stephens, Orange County Register.

Ducks

Patrick Maroon - Ryan Getzlaf - Corey Perry

Andrew Cogliano - Ryan Kesler - Jakob Silfverberg

Jiri Sekac - Rickard Rakell - Chris Stewart

Carl Hagelin - Chris Wagner - Tim Jackman

Hampus Lindholm - Kevin Bieksa

Cam Fowler - Simon Despres

Josh Manson - Sami Vatanen

Frederik Andersen / Anton Khudobin

Avalanche

Blake Comeau - Matt Duchene - Jarome Iginla

Gabriel Landeskog - Nathan MacKinnon - Alex Tanguay

Mikko Rantanen - Carl Soderberg - Borna Rendulic

Cody McLeod - John Mitchell - Jack Skille

Francois Beauchemin - Erik Johnson

Tyson Barrie - Nate Guenin

Nikita Zadorov - Nick Holden

Reto Berra / Semyon Varlamov

Numbers For Nerds

With The Twins having been held off the score sheet thus far this season, here's the longest it's taken in to the season for Getzlaf and Perry to record their first points of the season: Getzlaf went scoreless for the first four games of the 08-09 season, before picking up an assist against San Jose in Anaheim's fifth game of the year; that season he finished with a career-high 91 points on 25 goals and a career-high 66 assists. Perry went without a point for the first three games of the season twice, in 10-11 and 11-12. In both years he scored in the Ducks fourth game of the season, finishing 10-11 with a career-high 98 points on a career-high and Maurice 'Rocket' Richard Trophy winning 50 goals and 48 assists to win the Hart Trophy, and with 60 points on 37 goals and 23 assists in 11-12.