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GameThread: Ducks vs Islanders (11/13/15)

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No black cats, but maybe some luck for guys in black tonight?

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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus NEW YORK ISLANDERS
5-7-4, 14 Pts Record 8-6-3, 19 Pts
T-4th Pacific, T-10th West, T-22nd NHL Standings T-4th Metro, T-5th East, T-10th NHL
4-2-3 Home Home/Away 3-3-1 Away
OL - OL - W - W - SW Last 5 Games L - W - L - L - W
1.69 (30th) GF/GP 2.65 (15th)
2.50 (T-13th) GA/GP 2.35 (8th)
14.6% (T-25th) Power Play 20.4% (11th)
89.1% (2nd) Penalty Kill 87.0% (4th)
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Corey Perry 4G Goals John Tavares 7G
Perry 6A Assists Kyle Okposo 8A
Perry 10PT (4G 6A) Points Tavares 14PT (7G 7A)
4PPP: Perry (2PPG 2PPA), Hampus Lindholm (1PPG 3PPA) PP Points Tavares 4PPP (1PPG 3PPA)
N/A SH Points Frans Nielsen SHG, Cal Clutterbuck SHG, Brian Strait SHA
Lindholm 22:36, Ryan Kesler 19:29 TOI/GP (D&F) Travis Hamonic 23:29, Tavares 18:59
Jakob Silfverberg 53.51, Josh Manson 52.63 SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Steve Bernier 53.41, Hamonic 51.81
Anton Khudobin GOALIES Thomas Greiss
2-2-0 Record 4-1-2
.913 Save % .927
.933 Adj. SV% (5on5) .935
32.05 SA/60 32.75

Projected Lines

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

Ducks

Rickard Rakell - Ryan Getzlaf - Corey Perry

Carl Hagelin - Ryan Kesler - Jakob Silfverberg

Andrew Cogliano - Shawn Horcoff - Chris Stewart

Patrick Maroon - Chris Wagner - Max Friberg

Cam Fowler - Kevin Bieksa

Hampus Lindholm - Josh Manson

Clayton Stoner - Sami Vatanen

Anton Khudobin / Frederik Andersen

Islanders

Brock Nelson - John Tavares - Kyle Okposo

Josh Bailey - Frans Nielsen - Anders Lee

Nikolay Kulemin - Mikhail Grabovski - Steve Bernier

Matt Martin - Casey Cizikas - Cal Clutterbuck

Nick Leddy - Travis Hamonic

Calvin de Haan - Johnny Boychuk

Brian Strait - Marek Zidlicky

Thomas Greiss / Jaroslav Halak

Numbers For Nerds

The 1997 meeting between the Mighty Ducks and Islanders featured 11 different colors (six for Anaheim, five for New York) between the uniforms of the two teams, which may be an NHL record. It certainly looked ridiculous.