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Game Thread: Ducks at Islanders (12/21/15)

The Ducks play for the first time at Barclays Center in the first of back-to-back games.

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Stat Pack

Anaheim Ducks at New York Islanders
12-14-5 Record 18-11-5
7th in Pacific, 14th in West, T-28th NHL Standings 3rd in Metro, 6th in East, 10th NHL
8-5-4 / 4-9-1 Home/Away 11-5-2 / 7-6-3
3-2-0 Last 5 Games 2-3-0
1.84 (30th in NHL) GF/GP 2.59 (15th in NHL)
2.45 (11th in NHL) GA/GP 2.29 (3rd in NHL)
16.7% (25th in NHL) Power Play 18.9% (14th in NHL)
87.7% (2nd in NHL) Penalty Kill 86.9% (3rd in NHL)
Corey Perry (10 goals) Goals John Tavares (13 goals)
Ryan Getzlaf (17 assists) Assists Kyle Okposo (18 assists)
Corey Perry (20 points) Points Kyle Okposo (26 points)
Corey Perry (9 points) PP Points Kyle Okposo (8 points)

Andrew Cogliano (1g - 0a - 1 point)

Shawn Horcoff (0g - 1a - 1 point)

SH Points Cal Clutterbuck (1g -1a - 2 points)

Defense: Cam Fowler (23:08)

Forward: Ryan Kesler (19:21)


Defense: Travis Hamonic (23:37)

Forward: John Tavares (20:14)

Defense: Hampus Lindholm (56.95)

Forward: Jakob Silfverberg (56.78)

SAT% (5on5)

Defense: Travis Hamonic (53.15)

Forward: Anders Lee (53.26)

Frederik Andersen Goalies Jaroslav Halak
5-7-4 Record 9-6-3
.915 Save % .922
.926 adj. SV% (5on5) .936
26.7 SA/60 26.4

Projected Lines

Possible lines for Anaheim and New York via Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register


Patrick Maroon – Ryan Getzlaf – Corey Perry

Jiri SekacRickard Rakell – Jakob Silfverberg

Carl Hagelin – Ryan Kesler – Andrew Cogliano

Mike Santorelli – Shawn Horcoff – Chris Stewart

Cam Fowler – Kevin Bieksa

Hampus Lindholm – Josh Manson

Clayton Stoner / Korbinian Holzer – Sami Vatanen

(goaltender unknown – no morning skate)


Anders Lee – John Tavares – Josh Bailey

Brock NelsonFrans NielsenRyan Strome

Nikolay KuleminMikhail GrabovskiSteve Bernier

Matt MartinCasey Cizikas – Cal Clutterbuck

Nick Leddy – Travis Hamonic

Calvin de Haan – Johnny Boychuk

Thomas HickeyBrian Strait

Jaroslav Halak

(Kyle Okposo out with lower body injury)

Numbers For Nerds

Since the shift to playing home-and-home games with the opposing conference, the Ducks have gone 3-1-1 against the Islanders. Since the 2014-2015 season each team has played behind a different goaltender. Islanders: Halak (3-2,OTW), Greiss (4-1,W), Neuvirth (3-2,L). Ducks: LaBarbera (3-2, OTL), Khudobin (4-1, L), Andersen (3-2, W).