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The Ducks prepare for the response from a Calgary squad that's desperate to provide an answer for the Game 1 schadenfreude.

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Game 2

Calgary Flames
@ Anaheim Ducks

Sunday, May 3, 2015, 7:00 PM PST
Honda Center, Anaheim, CA

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

Your Enemy: Matchsticks and Gasoline

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Numbers for Nerds:

The Ducks' six goals on Thursday night tied a team record for most goals scored in a playoff game. Their most recent outing in which that bar was met was in Game 5 of the 2014 Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Dallas Stars, a game which the Ducks won 6-2 to take a 3-2 series lead. The most notable of these games, by a long shot, was Game 5 in the 2007 Stanley Cup Finals, when the Ducks defeated the Ottawa Senators 6-2 in Anaheim to win the Stanley Cup.

Team Records

Ducks: 5-0-0 4.4 goals per game, 2 goals against per game
Flames: 4-3-0 2.71 G/GP, 2.86 GA/GP
Ducks lead series 1-0

Ducks Team Leaders

Corey PerryRyan GetzlafJakob SilfverbergSami Vatanen

(2-4-6)

Francois BeaucheminHampus Lindholm

(20:58)

Andrew Cogliano
ANA FF% 5-3-15

Flames Team Leaders

Jiri HudlerJohnny GaudreauDavid JonesSean MonahanDennis Wideman

leads defensemen (0-4-4)

TJ BrodieKris Russell

(26:19), Sean Monahan leads forwards (19:30)

David SchlemkoMicheal Ferland
CGY FF% 5/3/15

Starting Goalies

Frederik Andersen

5-0-0, .930 save percentage, 28.4 shots faced per game

Karri Ramo

1-0-0, .881 save percentage, 14 shots faced per game

Power Play

Ducks: 33.3%, tied for 1st among remaining teams, Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry have 2 PP goals each
Flames: 23.8%, 3rd among remaining teams, Jiri Hudler with 2 goals on the man advantage

Penalty Kill

Ducks: 87.5%, 2nd among remaining teams, no shorthanded goals
Flames: 75.0%, 7th among remaining teams, also no shorties