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GameThread: Ducks at Predators (11/17/15)

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Anaheim looks for better showing in den of the golden cats.

Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS at NASHVILLE PREDATORS
6-8-4, 16 Pts Record 10-3-3, 23 Pts
5th Pacific, 11th West, 23rd NHL Standings T-3rd Central, T-3rd West, T-5th NHL
2-5-1 Away Home/Away 6-1-2 Home
W - L - OL - OL - W Last 5 Games W - SL - W - L - W
1.78 GF/GP 3.00
2.50 GA/GP 2.31
15.7% (23rd) Power Play 21.8% (T-9th)
90.5% (1st) Penalty Kill 80.0% (T-17th)
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Corey Perry 5G Goals James Neal 8G
6A: Perry, Ryan Kesler, Ryan Getzlaf Assists 9A: Filip Forsberg, Seth Jones
Perry 11PT (5G 6A) Points Neal 14PT (8G 6A)
Perry 5PPP (3PPG 2PPA) PP Points 6PPP: Neal (3PPG 3PPA), Shea Weber (4PPG 2PPA)
N/A SH Points Roman Josi 1SHG, Paul Gaustad 1SHA
Kevin Bieksa 22:34, Kesler 19:33 TOI/GP (D&F) Josi 24:51, Mike Fisher 19:11
Jakob Silfverberg 53.97, Hampus Lindholm 52.50 SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Forsberg 57.17, Barret Jackman 60.79
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Pekka Rinne
3-5-4 Record 9-2-3
.924 Save % .918
.935 Adj. SV% (5on5) .936
30.55 SA/60 25.77

Projected Lines

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

Ducks

Rickard Rakell - Ryan Getzlaf - Corey Perry

Nick Ritchie - Ryan Kesler - Chris Stewart

Carl Hagelin - Shawn Horcoff - Andrew Cogliano

Patrick Maroon - Mike Santorelli - Jakob Silfverberg

Cam Fowler - Kevin Bieksa

Hampus Lindholm - Korbinian Holzer

Clayton Stoner - Sami Vatanen

Frederik Andersen / Anton Khudobin

Predators

Filip Forsberg - Mike Ribeiro - Craig Smith

Colin Wilson - Mike Fisher - James Neal

Miikka Salomaki - Calle Jarnkrok - Cody Hodgson

Gabriel Bourque - Colton Sissons - Austin Watson

Roman Josi - Shea Weber

Mattias Ekholm - Ryan Ellis

Barret Jackman - Seth Jones

Pekka Rinne / Carter Hutton

Numbers For Nerds

Last season Ryan Getzlaf lead the Ducks in scoring during the 12 second games of back-to-backs, putting up six goals and six assists with two goals being game winners. Corey Perry had the next most with four goals and five assists, while Cam Fowler lead the defense with two goals and five assists, and Hampus Lindholm added a goal and five assists.

This year only Perry has multiple points in the two previous second legs of two-in-twos, with a goal and an assist. 11 different Ducks had a hand in the four Ducks goals during the loss at Dallas and win at San Jose.