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Do the Ducks punch their tickets to their first Conference Final in eight years? Does Corey Perry match his postseason point record? Will Jonas Hiller cry? All these questions and more will be answered shortly in Game 5!

Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports


Game 5

Calgary Flames
@ Anaheim Ducks

Sunday, May 10, 2015, 7:00 PM PDT
Honda Center, Anaheim, CA

TV: NBCSN, TVA, SN
Radio: AM 830 KLAA

Your Enemy: Matchsticks and Gasoline

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Numbers for Nerds:

21 = the number of games that make up the well-known winning streak (which shall not be named) that the Ducks hold over Calgary in Anaheim. During that streak, the home team has outscored their visitors by an average margin of 3.76 to 1.9. Although the Ducks have been dominant at the Pond against the Flames, most of the individual games have been close ones; 12 of these 21 victories have been decided by one goal. Game 1 was the most dominating performance of this winning streak, but the runner-up isn't far behind. Daniel Winnik, Bobby Ryan, Sheldon Souray and Ryan Getzlaf all scored while Viktor Fasth earned a 29-save shutout en route to a 4-0 decision back on March 8, 2013. Quite a difference a couple years can make to a roster, right?

Team Records

Ducks: 7-0-1 (4.00 goals/games played, 2.00 goals against/games played)

Flames: 5-5-0 (2.50 G/GP, 3.00 GA/GP)
Ducks lead series 3-1

Ducks Team Leaders

Scoring: Corey Perry (6 goals-8 assists-14 points), Ryan Getzlaf (2-10-12), Jakob Silfverberg (3-6-9); Sami Vatanen leads defensemen (2-5-7)
TOI: Francois Beauchemin (23:39 of ice time per game), Hampus Lindholm (21:25), Ryan Getzlaf (21:01)
Possession (FF% aka USAT%, minimum 7 games played): Andrew Cogliano (62.04%), Ryan Getzlaf (58.90%), Hampus Lindholm (57.45%)

ANA FF% 5-10-15

Flames Team Leaders

Scoring: Johnny Gaudreau (3-5-8), Jiri Hudler (3-3-6), Sean Monahan (3-3-6); Kris Russell leads defensemen (2-4-6)
TOI: TJ Brodie (26:56), Kris Russell (26:42), Dennis Wideman (26:36); Sean Monahan leads forwards (19:53)
Possession (FF% aka USAT%, minimum 7 games played): David Schlemko (61.42%), Josh Jooris (57.58%), Micheal Ferland (57.01%)

CGY FF% 5-10-15

Starting Goalies

Ducks: Frederik Andersen (7-0-1, .927 save percentage, 27.5 shots against per game)
Flames: Karri Ramo (2-2-0, .895 save percentage, 30.0 shots against per game)

Power Play

Ducks: 28.0%, 1st among remaining teams, the Twins have 2 PPGs each
Flames: 18.8%, 3rd among remaining teams, Jiri Hudler and Johnny Gaudreau both have 2 man-up goals

Penalty Kill

Ducks: 88.9%, 2nd among remaining teams, no shorties here
Flames: 76.7%, 5th among remaining teams, Joe Colborne has one shorthanded tally