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GameThread: Ducks vs Canucks (4/1/16)

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With precious few Pacific Division games remaining and a rash of injuries, Anaheim can move into the top spot with a win tonight.

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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS vs VANCOUVER CANUCKS
43-23-10, 96 Pts Record 28-36-13, 69 Pts
2nd Pacific, 5th West, T-5th NHL Standings 6th Pacific, T-12th West, T-26th NHL
24-9-5 Home Home/Away 15-15-8 Away
W - W - OW - OL - L Last 5 Games W - L - L - L - SOL
2.64 (16th)
GF/GP 2.23 (29th)
2.33 (3rd)
GA/GP 2.84 (23rd)
23.6% (1st)
Power Play 16.1% (27th)
86.6% (1st)
Penalty Kill 81.1% (11th)
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Corey Perry (32G) Goals Daniel Sedin (28G)
Ryan Getzlaf (49A) Assists Henrik Sedin (41A)
Getzlaf (12G 49A 61PT) Points D. Sedin (28G 32A 60PT)
Perry (11PPG 10PPA 21PPP)
PP Points H. Sedin (5PPG 14PPA 19PPT)
Andrew Cogliano (2SHG 1SHA 3SHPT) SH Points Four w/ 1SHG, four w/ 1SHA
Cam Fowler 22:41, Ryan Kesler 19:26 TOI/GP, D&F Christopher Tanev 21:52, H. Sedin 18:24
--- , --- SAT% 5on5 >50% GP, F&D --- , ---
John Gibson GOALIES Jacob Markstrom
19-11-3
Record 11-13-4
.920 Save % .917
--- Adj. SV% (5on5) ---
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SA/60 ---

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

Lines

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

Ducks

Jamie McGinn - Ryan Getzlaf - Corey Perry

Andrew Cogliano - Ryan Kesler - Jakob Silfverberg

Brandon Pirri - Shawn Horcoff - Chris Stewart

Ryan Garbutt - Nate Thompson - Chris Wagner

Cam Fowler - Korbinian Holzer

Clayton Stoner - Sami Vatanen

Shea Theodore - Josh Manson

John Gibson / Anton Khudobin

Canucks

Daniel Sedin - Henrik Sedin - Jannik Hansen

Alexander Burrows - Markus Granlund - Linden Vey

Chris Higgins - Bo Horvat - Emerson Etem

Jared McCann - Brendan Gaunce - Yannick Weber

Dan Hamhuis - Chris Tanev

Ben Hutton - Nikita Tryamkin

Matt Bartkowski - Alex Biega

Jacob Markstrom / Ryan Miller

Hockey-Reference Numbers For Nerds

Anaheim's eight goal outburst against Calgary was just the fourth time in franchise history the team has broken the seven goal plateau in a game. The Mighty/Ducks have put seven on the scoreboard twenty times. The win over the Flames was their highest scoring game since Anaheim set a franchise record for goals scored in a game, when the hung nine on Vancouver back on January 15, 2014. The Ducks scored on the power play six times in the 9-1 beat down. Vancouver has given up nine or more goals 48 times in their history, including twice allowing 13; in a 1984 loss at Philadelphia, and a 1985 loss in Edmonton. Smythe Division hockey!