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The Ducks square off against Corey Crawford and friends in pursuit of an ever-important 2-1 series lead on enemy ice.

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Anaheim Ducks
@ Chicago Blackhawks

Thursday, May 21, 2015, 5:00 PDT
United Center, Chicago, IL

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

Your Enemy: Second City Hockey

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As Game 2 entered the wee hours of the morning (except on the West coast), the commentators loved to bring up the longevity of the night in comparison to others that both teams have played. Tuesday night's 116:12 marathon was the longest in Blackhawk history, but despite entering the league 67 years later, the Ducks still have one game to top it. Game 1 of the 2003 Western Conference Semifinals against the top seeded Dallas Stars took 140:48 to decide, with Petr Sykora giving the underdog Mighty Ducks the win just into the fifth overtime with this beauty.

Team Records

Ducks: 9-2

Blackhawks: 9-3

Series tied 1-1

Ducks Team Leaders

Scoring: Corey Perry (8 goals-8 assists-16 points), Ryan Getzlaf (2-12-14), Jakob Silfverberg (4-9-13); Sami Vatanen and Hampus Lindholm lead defensemen (2-6-8)

TOI: Francois Beauchemin (25:54 per game), Hampus Lindholm (23:40), Cam Fowler (22:36); Ryan Getzlaf leads forwards (22:28)

Possession (FF% aka USAT%, minimum 10 games played): Patrick Maroon (63.16%), Corey Perry (61.68%), Andrew Cogliano (60.66%)

ANA FF% 5-21-15


Blackhawks Team Leaders

Scoring: Patrick Kane (7-6-13), Jonathan Toews (4-8-12), Duncan Keith (2-9-11)

TOI: Duncan Keith (32:02), Brent Seabrook (26:15), Niklas Hjalmarsson (26:11), Marian Hossa leads forwards (21:18)

Possession (FF% aka USAT%, minimum 10 games played): Marian Hossa (57.77%), Jonathan Toews (54.76%), Andrew Shaw (54.05%)

CHI FF% 5-21-15

Starting Goalies

Ducks: Frederik Andersen (9-0-2, .933 save percentage, 29.8 shots against per game)

Blackhawks: Corey Crawford (6-2-0, .925 save percentage, 31 shots against per game)

Power Play

Ducks: 25.7%, 1st out of remaining 4 teams, Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, and Matt Beleskey have 2 PPGs each

Blackhawks: 21.2%, 3rd out of remaining 4 teams, Jonathan Toews and Andrew Shaw have 2 power play tallies each

Penalty Kill

Ducks: 84.6%, 1st out of remaining 4 teams, no shorties yet

Blackhawks: 76.9%, 4th out of remaining 4 teams, Marian Hossa and Jonathan Toews both have one shorthanded goal