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GameThread: Ducks at Blackhawks (2/13/16)

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The Ducks take on the Blackhawks at United Center in their last meeting of the regular season.

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Stat Pack

Anaheim Ducks versus Chicago Blackhawks
26-19-8, 60 pts Record 36-18-4, 76 pts
3rd Pacific, 7th West, 16th NHL Standings 1st Central, 1st West, 2nd NHL
10-11-4 Home/Away 21-7-1
W-W-L-W-SOL Last 5 W-OTW-W-L-L
2.26 goals/game (29th NHL) GF/GP 2.76 goals/game (10th NHL)
2.36 goals/game (25th NHL) GA/GP 2.31 goals/game (27th NHL)
17.9% (21st NHL) Power Play 20% (9th NHL)
88.7% (1st NHL) Penalty Kill 81.1% (13th NHL)
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Corey Perry (21 goals) Goals Patrick Kane (33 goals)
Ryan Getzlaf (35 assists) Assists Patrick Kane (44 assists)
Ryan Getzlaf (5g-35a-40 points) Points Patrick Kane (33g-44a-77 points)
Corey Perry (6g-7a-13 points) PP Points Patrick Kane (14g-11a-25 points)

Andrew Cogliano/Shawn Horcoff (1g-1a-2 points)

SH Points Jonathan Toews (3g-2a-5 points)

Defense: Cam Fowler (22:27/game)

Forward: Ryan Kesler (19:36/game)

TOI/GP

Defense: Duncan Keith (25:53/game)

Forward: Patrick Kane (20:43/game)

Defense: Hampus Lindholm (57.90%)

Forward: Ryan Getzlaf (56.47%)

SAT% 5-on-5

Defense: Trevor Daley (55.62%)

Forward: Artemi Panarin (53.63%)

John Gibson GOALIES Corey Crawford
12-8-2 Record 31-14-2
.917 Save % .929
.912 Adj. SV% (5on5) .934
24 SA/60 29.5

Projected Lines

Expected lines for Anaheim and Chicago via Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register.

Ducks

Nick Ritchie – Ryan Getzlaf – David Perron

Patrick Maroon – Rickard Rakell – Corey Perry

Andrew Cogliano – Ryan Kesler – Jacob Silfverberg

Ryan GarbuttNate ThompsonMike Santorelli

Cam Fowler – Kevin Bieksa

Hampus Lindholm – Josh Manson

Simon DespresSami Vatanen

John Gibson / Frederik Andersen

Blackhawks

Andrew Shaw – Jonathan Toews – Marian Hossa

Artemi PanarinArtem Anisimov – Patrick Kane

Phillip DanaultAndrew DesjardinsRichard Panik

Jiri SekacDennis RasmussenTeuvo Teravainen

Duncan Keith – Niklas Hjalmarsson

Trevor van Riemsdyk – Brent Seabrook

Viktor SvedbergMichal Rozsival

Numbers for Nerds

The previous two meetings between these clubs ended in OT wins for Chicago. However, the Ducks fared well in head-to-head matchups particularly when Ryan Kesler was against Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane. According to war-on-ice.com Kesler had a 75% SAT against Toews along with a 77.78% SAT against Kane in the most recent 3-2 OTL. Hampus Lindholm was dominant in the 1-0 OTL at Chicago and posted a positive SAR rating against all of the Blackhawks he faced, but struggled with even or worse SAT ratings against most players in the 3-2 OTL.