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GameThread: Ducks at Capitals (4/10/16)

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The Pacific Division is there for the taking in final game of the season.

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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS at WASHINGTON CAPITALS
45-25-11, 101 Pts Record 39-38-4, 82 Pts
2nd Pacific, 5th West, T-8th NHL Standings 1st Metropolitan, 1st East, 1st NHL
20-15-5 Away Home/Away 29-7-4 Home
W - L - OL - W - L Last 5 Games W - OL - OL - L - W
2.63 (T-16th)
GF/GP 3.06 (2nd)
2.32 (1st)
GA/GP 2.33 (2nd)
23.4% (1st)
Power Play 22.2% (4th)
87.1% (1st)
Penalty Kill 85.0% (4th)
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Corey Perry (33G) Goals Alex Ovechkin (50G)
Ryan Getzlaf (50A) Assists Evgeny Kuznetsov (57A)
Getzlaf (13G 50A 63PT) Points Kuznetsov (20G 57A 77PT)
Perry (12PPG 12PPA 24PPP)
PP Points Nicklas Backstrom (3PPG 27PPA 30PPPT)
Andrew Cogliano (2SHG 1SHA 3SHPT) SH Points Jason Chimera 2SHG 2SHPT
Cam Fowler 22:47, Ryan Kesler 19:31 TOI/GP, D&F Matt Niskanen 24:41, Ovechkin 20:18
Getzlaf 55.05, Hampus Lindholm 57.24 SAT% 5on5 >50% GP, F&D Justin Williams 53.40, Dmitry Orlov 53.46
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Philipp Grubauer
21-9-7
Record 8-8-1
.917 Save % .918
.926 Adj. SV% (5on5) .924
28.49 SA/60 28.59

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

Roster Notes

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Capitals

Hockey-Reference Numbers For Nerds

Though the Ducks have the chance to capture the first Jennings trophy for fewest goals allowed during the regular season in franchise history, they've already conceded more than their best defensive 82 game season in franchise history. The 2007-08 season the trio of Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Jonas Hiller, and Ilya Bryzgalov (who played nine games with Anaheim prior to being claimed off waivers by Phoenix) combined to allow just 184 goals.

The 03-04 New Jersey team holds the league record for fewest goals allowed in an 82 game season since the Jennings trophy was first awarded in the 1980-81 season. The Devils allowed just 164 goals, with Martin Brodeur claiming his fourth of five career Jennings wins and playing 75 games, while Scott Clemmensen played four and Corey Schwab played three. Brodeur's five wins are tied with Patrick Roy for most in the award's history- Ducks color analyst Brian Hayward shared the Jennings with Roy in Montreal three times in 1986-87, 87-88, and 88-89. Goalies must play at least 25 games to be recognized as a winner.