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GameThread: Predators at Ducks (11/1/15)

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The first of a three-game home stand features the team Anaheim opened their last road trip against.

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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus NASHVILLE PREDATORS
1-7-2, 4 Pts Record 7-1-2, 16 Pts
7th Pacific, 14th West, T-28th NHL Standings T-3rd Central, T-3rd West, T-4th NHL
1.0 GF/GP 2.8
2.6 GA/GP 2.1
10.0% Power Play 22.6%
90.9% Penalty Kill 86.2%
TEAM STAT LEADERS
2G: Mike Santorelli, Hampus Lindholm Goals James Neal 7G
Corey Perry 3A Assists 6A: Roman Josi, Filip Forsberg
3PT: Santorelli, Lindholm (2G 1A), Perry (3A) Points Neal 10PT (7G 3A)
Jiri Sekac 2PPP (PPG PPA) PP Points Josi 4PPP (PPG 3PPA), Neal 3PPG
N/A SH Points Josi SHG, Paul Gaustad SHA
Lindholm 23:34, Kesler 19:02 TOI/GP (D&F) Josi 24:24, Mike Fisher 18:50
Chris Stewart 54.9, Lindholm 54.8 SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Forsberg 55.5, Barret Jackman 55.9
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Carter Hutton
0-5-2 Record 1-0-0
.932 Save % .927
.938 Adj. SV% (5on5) .914
30.3 SA/60 38.0

Projected Lines

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

Ducks

Patrick Maroon - Ryan Kesler - Corey Perry

Andrew Cogliano - Shawn Horcoff - Jakob Silfverberg

Jiri Sekac - Rickard Rakell - Chris Stewart

Carl Hagelin - Chris Wagner - Mike Santorelli

Hampus Lindholm - Kevin Bieksa

Cam Fowler - Korbinian Holzer

Clayton Stoner - Sami Vatanen

Frederik Andersen / Anton Khudobin

Predators

Filip Forsberg - Mike Fisher - James Neal

Colin Wilson - Mike Ribeiro - Craig Smith

Gabriel Bourque - Cody Hodgson - Calle Jarnkrok

Eric Nystrom - Paul Gaustad - Austin Watson

Roma Josi - Shea Weber

Mattias Ekholm - Ryan Ellis

Barret Jackman - Seth Jones

Carter Hutton / Pekka Rinne

Numbers For Nerds

Anaheim and Nashville have met 31 times in the regular season at Honda Center, with the Ducks holding a 22-6-3 edge. 26 of those games have been as part of a back-to-back for the Predators, with Anaheim being the second leg of it 11 times.

Nine of those times Los Angeles has been the front end of the two-in-two, with the Ducks posting a 7-2-0 record (two of those were overtime/shootout wins) against Nashville the following night. Seven times it's been the reverse, with the Predators playing at Honda Center before skating at STAPLES Center the following night; the Ducks are 4-2-1 in those games.