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GameThread: Ducks at Senators (3/26/16)

Last of the eastern portion of the Canadian road trip, with the Ducks looking to pick up three of a possible four points in the province of Ontario.

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Stat Pack

40-23-10, 90 Pts Record 34-33-8, 76 Pts
2nd Pacific, 5th West, 9th NHL Standings 5th Atlantic, 12th East, 21st NHL
17-14-5 Away Home/Away 20-13-5 Home
OL - L - OW - W - L Last 5 Games L - L - W - L - OW
2.56 (21st)
GF/GP 2.77 (7th)
2.33 (3rd)
GA/GP 2.99 (28th)
23.7% (1st)
Power Play 15.9% (28th)
86.4% (1st)
Penalty Kill 75.5% (29th)
Corey Perry (30G) Goals Mike Hoffman (26G)
Ryan Getzlaf (46A) Assists Erik Karlsson (62A)
Getzlaf (11G 46A 57PT) Points Karlsson (11G 62A 73PT)
Perry (11PPG 9PPA 20PPP)
PP Points Karlsson (1PPG 23PPA 24PPP)
Andrew Cogliano (2SHG 1SHA 3SHPT) SH Points Jean-Gabriel Pageau (6SHG 1SHA 7SHP)
Cam Fowler 22:39, Getzlaf 19:22 TOI/GP, D&F Karlsson 29:07, Mark Stone 20:14
Getzlaf 55.77, Josh Manson 57.63 SAT% 5on5 >50% GP, F&D Stone 51.30, Karlsson 51.42
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Craig Anderson
Record 29-23-4
.920 Save % .915
.930 Adj. SV% (5on5) .922
SA/60 33.10

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

Hockey-Reference Numbers For Nerds

Anaheim's five goals in the loss to Toronto was the most they've ever scored on the road against the Maple Leafs, and tied their record for most goals scored in a game in the province of Ontario. Back during the 1997-98 season the Mighty Ducks put up five against tonight's opponent Ottawa, knocking off the Senators 5-2 with a Teemu Selanne hat trick, as well as a goal and two assists from Steve Rucchin leading the way.

Before losing the most recent meeting with the Sens last year, Anaheim had won four straight games in Ottawa, dating back to game four of the 2007 Stanley Cup Final. All time, Anaheim is 8-6-1 (including the '07 Final) in the Canadian capitol.