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GameThread: Ducks vs Maple Leafs (1/6/16)

With points in seven of the past ten games, Anaheim welcomes a Toronto team with points in eight of their last ten.

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Stat Pack

16-15-7, 39 Pts Record 15-15-7, 37 Pts
T-3rd Pacific, T-10th West, T-21st NHL Standings 7th Atlantic, 14th East, T-27th NHL
10-5-4 Home Home/Away 8-9-2 Away
W - SOL - W - W - W Last 5 Games W - W - L - W - L
1.89 (30th)
GF/GP 2.57 (17th)
2.32 (5th)
GA/GP 2.68 (T-17th)
20.0% (10th)
Power Play 19.6% (13th)
88.6% (1st)
Penalty Kill 79.7% (18th)
Corey Perry (14G) Goals Uncle Leo Komarov (15G)
Ryan Getzlaf (20A) Assists Tyler Bozak, Dion Phaneuf (16A)
Perry (14G 11A 25PT) Points James van Riemsdyk (14G 14A 28PT)
Perry (6PPG 5PPA 11PPP)
PP Points van Riemsdyk (5PPG 4PPA 9PPP)
Andrew Cogliano, Shawn Horcoff (1SHG 1SHA 2SHPT) SH Points Komarov 1SHG, Shawn Matthias 1SHA
Hampus Lindholm 22:08, Ryan Kesler 19:23 TOI/GP, D&F Matt Hunwick 22:30, Nazem Kadri 18:18
Getzlaf 57.53, Josh Manson 58.16 SAT% 5on5 >50% GP, F&D Brad Boyes 56.63, Martin Marincin 55.13
John Gibson GOALIES Jonathan Bernier
Record 5-10-3
.932 Save % .896
.937 Adj. SV% (5on5) .899
SA/60 29.74

***Stat Pack DOES NOT include injured players***

Numbers For Nerds

The oldest player to ever suit up for the Anaheim Ducks, the inimitable Teemu Selanne was 48 days from his 44th birthday when he played his final NHL game, yet was not alive the last time the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup. When the Leafs dispatched the Montreal Canadiens on May 2, 1967 in game six of the Stanley Cup Final, it would be another 1158 days, or three years, two months and one day until the Finnish Flash was born.

In total, the Ducks franchise has had 34 players who were alive when Toronto last won the Cup appear in a game for them, with Adam Oates, Steve Thomas, and Fredrik Olausson the final to do so as part of the 2003 Western Conference Champions. Of that trio, Olausson's 244 regular season games with the franchise were the most. I didn't steal this from a hockey card that I keep tucked up under anything.