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GameThread: Ducks vs Kings (2/28/16)

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Final meeting at Honda Center between Anaheim and Los Angeles, the third of five for the year.

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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS at LOS ANGELES KINGS
33-19-8, 74 Pts Record 37-20-4, 78 Pts
2nd Pacific, 5th West, T-8th NHL Standings 1st Pacific, 4th West, T-5th NHL
14-11-4 Away Home/Away 18-10-1 Home
OW - W - W - W - W Last 5 Games W - W - W - OW - OL
2.45 (23rd)
GF/GP 2.64 (T-14th)
2.32 (4th)
GA/GP 2.25 (1st)
21.3% (8th)
Power Play 21.9% (6th)
86.8% (2nd)
Penalty Kill 82.2% (T-11th)
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Corey Perry (23G) Goals Tyler Toffoli (24G)
Ryan Getzlaf (41A) Assists Anze Kopitar (34A)
Getzlaf 9G 41A 50PT Points Kopitar (18G 34A 52PT)
Getzlaf (4PPG 12PPA 16PPP)
PP Points Drew Doughty (8PPG 11PPA 19PPP)
Andrew Cogliano (2SHG 1SHA 3SHPT) SH Points Kopitar (1SHG 2SHA 3SHP)
Cam Fowler 22:21, Ryan Kesler 19:30 TOI/GP, D&F Doughty 28:23, Kopitar 20:45
David Perron 57.14, Hampus Lindholm 57.86 SAT% 5on5 >50% GP, F&D Nick Shore 60.93, Doughty 59.20
John Gibson GOALIES Jonathan Quick
14-8-2
Record 31-15-3
.917 Save % .922
.916 Adj. SV% (5on5) .931
25.34
SA/60 27.40

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

Lines

Expected lines for Anaheim and Los Angeles via Eric Stephens, Orange County Register.

Ducks

David Perron - Ryan Getzlaf - Mike Santorelli

Nick Ritchie - Rickard Rakell - Corey Perry

Andrew Cogliano - Ryan Kesler - Jakob Silfverberg

Patrick Maroon - Nate Thompson - Ryan Garbutt

Cam Fowler - Kevin Bieksa

Hampus Lindholm - Josh Manson

Simon Despres - Sami Vatanen

John Gibson / Frederik Andersen

Kings

Dwight King - Anze Kopitar - Dustin Brown

Milan Lucic - Jeff Carter - Tyler Toffoli

Tanner Pearson - Vincent Lecavalier - Trevor Lewis

Kyle Clifford - Nick Shore - Andy Andreoff

Jake Muzzin - Drew Doughty

Rob Scuderi - Alec Martinez

Brayden McNabb - Luke Schenn

Jonathan Quick / Jhonas Enroth

Hockey-Reference Numbers For Nerds

Since the teams played to a dead even shot attempts battle in Anaheim's 4-2 win at STAPLES Center on February 4, the Ducks have controlled the attempts balance in nine of their 11 games since, and the scoring chance differential in eight of the 11. Meanwhile the Angelenos have tightened their systems play, dominating five-on-five shot attempts in all ten of the games (nine with better than 55.0 SAT%), and posting the higher scoring chance percentage in nine of ten.