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GameThread: Ducks vs. Penguins (12/6/15)

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Ducks seek consistency in against this Eastern Conference foe.

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus Pittsburgh Penguins
10-12-5, 25 Pts Record 14-9-2, 30 Pts
5th in Pacific, 11th in West, T-24th NHL Standings 4th in Metro, 8th in East, T-13th NHL
1.93 GF/GP 2.36
2.44 GA/GP 2.36
17.7% Power Play 16.9%
87.5% Penalty Kill 82.8%
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Corey Perry (9G) Goals Evgeni Malkin (12G)
Ryan Getzlaf (16A) Assists Evgeni Malkin (13A)
Corey Perry (9G-9A) Points Evgeni Malkin (12G-13A)
Corey Perry (5PPG) PP Evgeni Malkin (6PPG)
Andrew Cogliano (1SHG) SH Eric Fehr (2SHG)
Fowler (22:50), Kesler (19:22) TOI/GP (D&F) Letang (26:24), Crosby (20:11)
Silfverberg (55.97), Lindholm (55.13) SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Kunitz (50.82), Dumoulin (49.28)
John Gibson GOALIES Marc-Andre Fleury
3-2-1 Record 12-8-1
.942 Save % .926
25.83 SA/GP 30.42

Projected Lines

Ducks

Rickard Rakell - Ryan Getzlaf - Corey Perry

Nick Ritchie - Ryan Kesler - Jakob Silfverberg

Carl Hagelin - Shawn Horcoff - Andrew Cogliano

Mike Santorelli - Nate Thompson - Chris Stewart

Cam Fowler - Kevin Bieksa

Hampus Lindholm - Josh Manson

Sami Vatanen - Clayton Stoner

John Gibson

Penguins

Chris Kunitz - Sidney Crosby - Pascal Dupuis

David Perron - Evgeni Malkin - Phil Kessel

Beau Bennett - Nick Bonino - Patric Hornqvist

Sergei Plotnikov - Matt Cullen - Eric Fehr

Brian Dumoulin - Ben Lovejoy

Olli Maatta - Ian Cole

Rob Scuderi - David Warsofsky

Marc-Andre Fleury

Numbers for Nerds

It has been almost exactly a month from today since the last time the Anaheim Ducks were able to string together consecutive wins. The last time the Duck came out with consecutive wins was from Nov. 1-7. It has indeed been a while--but I believe it's time to get on another run.