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Gamethread: Game Three — Ducks @ Predators (4/19/16)

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2-1 and 3-0 are two very different types of series. Which one will we see by the end of the night?

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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus NASHVILLE PREDATORS
0-2 Record 2-0
2.0 GF/GP 3.0
3.0 GA/GP 2.0
20% Power Play 12.5%
.875% Penalty Kill 80%
TEAM STAT LEADERS
4 tied (1) Goals 6 tied (1)
Andrew Cogliano (2) Assists Roman Josi (3)
Cogliano (3) Points Josi, Filip Forsberg (3)
Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, Cam Fowler (1) PP Points Josi, Forsberg, Shea Weber (1)
none SH Points none
Fowler 25:29, Getzlaf 23:55 TOI/GP (D&F) Josi 27:26, Neal 20:22
Chris Stewart 68.29, Shea Theodore 63.46 SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Ryan Johansen 63.79, Ryan Ellis 56.92
Frederik Andersen GOALIES Pekka Rinne
0-0 Record 2-0
N/A Save % .931

Projected Lines

Ducks (per Eric Stephens)

David Perron – Ryan Getzlaf – Chris Stewart
Andrew Cogliano — Ryan Kesler – Jakob Silfverberg
Jamie McGinn – Rickard Rakell – Corey Perry
Ryan GarbuttNate Thompson – Shawn Horcoff

Cam Fowler – Kevin Bieksa
Hampus Lindholm – Sami Vatanen
Simon Despres – Shea Theodore

Frederik Andersen

John Gibson

Predators (per Adam Vingan)

Calle Jarnkrok - Ryan Johansen - James Neal
Filip Forsberg - Mike Ribeiro - Craig Smith
Colin Wilson - Mike Fisher - Viktor Arvidsson
Miikka Salomaki - Paul Gaustad - Cody Bass

Roman Josi - Shea Weber
Mattias Ekholm - Ryan Ellis
Barret Jackman - Anthony Bitetto

Pekka Rinne
Carter Hutton

Numbers For Nerds

Frederik Andersen is undefeated in his five career series debut games. (Game 1 vs vs Dallas, Winnipeg, Calgary, and Chicago; and Game 3 vs Los Angeles)

Up until two days ago, the Predators had never won the first two games of a playoff series.