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GameThread: Ducks vs Panthers (11/4/15)

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Can Anaheim remain unbeaten in November and start the first winning streak of the season?

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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus FLORIDA PANTHERS
2-7-2, 6 Pts Record 5-4-2, 12 Pts
7th Pacific, 14th West, T-28th NHL Standings 6th Atlantic, 11th East, T-19th NHL
2-2-1 Home Home/Away 2-2-1 Away
W - L - L - OL - L Last 5 Games OL - L - W - W - L
1.27 GF/GP 2.91
2.55 GA/GP 2.09
9.4% Power Play 23.8%
89.7% Penalty Kill 77.3%
TEAM STAT LEADERS
2G: Rickard Rakell, Hampus Lindholm, Sami Vatanen, Mike Santorelli Goals Jaromir Jagr (6G)
Corey Perry (3A) Assists Vincent Trocheck 5A
Rakell 4PT (2G 2A) Points Jagr 10PT (6G 4A)
Jiri Sekac*** 2PPP (1PPG 1PPA) PP Points Trocheck 5PPP (2PPG 3PPA)
N/A SH Points Brian Campbell SHG, Derek MacKenzie SHA, Reilly Smith SHA
Lindholm 23:25, Ryan Kesler 19:14 TOI/GP (D&F) Erik Gudbranson 20:44, Jussi Jokinen 18:13
Chris Stewart 54.1, Lindholm 53.3 SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Jagr 57.9, Aaron Ekblad 59.2
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Roberto Luongo
1-5-2 Record 3-4-1
.935 Save % .934
.940 Adj. SV% (5on5) .963
31.6 SA/60 32.6

Projected Lines

Expected lines for Anaheim via Eric Stephens, Orange County Register. Expected lines for Florida via Harvey Fialkov, Sun Sentinel.

Ducks

Mike Santorelli - Ryan Kesler - Corey Perry

Carl Hagelin - Rickard Rakell - Chris Stewart

Andrew Cogliano - Shawn Horcoff - Jakob Silfverberg

Patrick Maroon - Chris Wagner - Max Friberg

Hampus Lindholm - Kevin Bieksa

Cam Fowler - Korbinian Holzer

Clayton Stoner - Sami Vatanen

Frederik Andersen / Anton Khudobin

Panthers

Jonathan Huberdeau - Nick Bjugstad - Jaromir Jagr

Jussi Jokinen - Vincent Trocheck - Reilly Smith

Brandon Pirri - Dave Bolland - Rocco Grimaldi

Garrett Wilson - Derek MacKenzie - Quinton Howden

Willie Mitchell - Erik Gudbranson

Brian Campbell - Aaron Ekblad

Alex Petrovic - Dmitry Kulikov

Roberto Luongo / Al Montoya

Numbers For Nerds

Despite joining the league in 1993-94 together, the Ducks have faced the Panthers tied for third-least total regular season games in franchise history. Anaheim has faced Florida 27 times in 21 complete seasons, with a 11-12-4 record overall and a 6-7-1 mark at Honda Center. The Ottawa Senators have also opposed Anaheim 27 times, while only the Montreal Canadiens (26) and Winnipeg Jets/Atlanta Thrashers (20) have faced the Ducks fewer.