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GameThread: Ducks vs Oilers (11/11/15)

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Anaheim looks to continue recent dominance over Edmonton.

Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus EDMONTON OILERS
5-7-3, 13 Pts Record 5-10-0, 10 Pts
5th Pacific, 11th West, T-23rd NHL Standings 7th Pacific, 14th West, T-28th NHL
4-2-2 Home Home/Away 2-5-0 Away
OL - W - W - SW - W Last 5 Games L - L - W - L - W
1.60 GF/GP 2.60
2.40 GA/GP 3.13
13.0% Power Play 22.9%
90.6% Penalty Kill 79.2%
TEAM STAT LEADERS
3G: Sami Vatanen, Chris Stewart Goals Taylor Hall 6G
Corey Perry 6A Assists Hall 10A
Perry 8PT (2G 6A) Points Hall 16PT (6G 10A)
3PPP: Perry (1PPG 2PPA), Hampus Lindholm (1PPG 2PPA), Ryan Kesler (3PPA) PP Points 5PPP: Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (2PPG 3PPA), Hall (1PPG 4PPA)
N/A SH Points N/A
Lindholm 22:47, Kesler 19:32 TOI/GP (D&F) Justin Schultz 21:46, Nugent-Hopkins 21:25
Stewart 53.73, Josh Manson 52.55 SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Hall 51.67, Mark Fayne 51.27
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Cam Talbot
3-5-3 Record 3-7-0
.929 Save % .893
.938 Adj. SV% (5on5) .887
30.91 SA/60 28.08


Numbers For Nerds

Edmonton has had the number one overall draft pick in four of the last six years, and hasn't picked outside the top ten since 2008 when they drafted Jordan Eberle 22nd overall. Since 1963 when the amateur draft was instituted, only the Quebec Nordiques from 1989-1991 had the top pick for three straight seasons (drafting Mats Sundin, Owen Nolan, and Eric Lindros) before the Oilers did so (drafting Taylor Hall, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Nail Yakupov) from 2010-2012.