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Game Thread: Ducks vs Wild (10/18/15)

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Regulation unbeaten Minnesota comes calling for the final game of the first homestand of the year.

Frederik Andersen holds his ground against Nino Niederreiter last season at Honda Center.
Frederik Andersen holds his ground against Nino Niederreiter last season at Honda Center.
Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus MINNESOTA WILD
0-3-1, 1 Pt Record 3-0-1, 7 Pts
7th Pacific, 14th West, T-28th NHL Standings 5th Central, T-6th West, T-8th NHL
0.3 GF/GP 3.3
2.5 GA/GP 2.8
0.0% Power Play 26.7%
90.9% Penalty Kill 76.5%
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Sami Vatanen 1G Goals Zach Parise 5G
Andrew Cogliano 1A, Mike Santorelli 1A Assists Ryan Suter 5A
1PT: Vatanen (1G), Cogliano (1A), Santorelli (1A) Points Parise 7PT (5G 2A)
N/A PP Points 4PPP: Parise (3PPG), Suter (4PPA)
N/A SH Points 1SHP: Mikko Koivu (1SHG), Jason Zucker, Marco Scandella
Hampus Lindholm 23:49, Ryan Getzlaf 18:57 TOI/GP (D&F) Suter 25:17, Mikael Granlund 20:23
Corey Perry 64.1, Vatanen 60.9 SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Zucker 55.3, Scandella 55.1
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Devan Dubnyk
0-2-1 Record 3-0-0
.947 Save % .894
.947 Adj. SV% .893
29.7 SA/GP 28.3

Projected Lines

Expected lines for Anaheim via Eric Stephens, Orange County Register, expected lines for Minnesota via Evan Sporer, View From The Lighthouse.

Ducks

Patrick Maroon - Ryan Getzlaf - Corey Perry

Andrew Cogliano - Ryan Kesler - Jakob Silfverberg

Jiri Sekac - Rickard Rakell - Chris Stewart

Carl Hagelin - Shawn Horcoff - Mike Santorelli

Hampus Lindholm - Kevin Bieksa

Cam Fowler - Josh Manson

Shea Theodore - Sami Vatanen

Frederik Andersen / Anton Khudobin

Wild

Jason Zucker - Mikko Koivu - Nino Niederreiter

Zach Parise - Mikael Granlund - Jason Pominville

Thomas Vanek - Charlie Coyle - Justin Fontaine

Chris Porter - Erik Haula - Ryan Carter

Ryan Suter - Jared Spurgeon

Jonas Brodin - Matt Dumba

Marco Scandella - Christian Folin

Devan Dubnyk / Darcy Kuemper

Numbers For Nerds

The Ducks were 10-5-1 on regular season Sundays last season, including a 6-4-1 mark at Honda Center. Six games went to overtime, with the Ducks winning three (at COL 11/2, at WPG 12/7, vs VAN 12/18) in the extra session, while winning two (vs NSH 1/4, vs WPG 1/11) and losing one (vs VAN 11/9) in the shootout.