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GameThread: Ducks at Avalanche (4/9/16)

Anaheim begins road back-to-back to close the season a Mile High in Denver.

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Stat Pack

44-25-11, 99 Pts Record 39-38-4, 82 Pts
2nd Pacific, 5th West, T-8th NHL Standings 6th Central, 9th West, T-20th NHL
19-15-5 Away Home/Away 17-19-4 Home
L - OL - W - L - W Last 5 Games L - L - L - L - L
2.60 (T-17th)
GF/GP 2.58 (T-19th)
2.31 (1st)
GA/GP 2.90 (T-23rd)
23.0% (1st)
Power Play 18.1% (18th)
87.1% (1st)
Penalty Kill 80.7% (20th)
Corey Perry (33G) Goals Matt Duchene (30G)
Ryan Getzlaf (50A) Assists Carl Soderberg (38A)
Getzlaf (12G 50A 62PT) Points Duchene (30G 29A 59PT)
Perry (12PPG 10PPA 22PPP)
PP Points Tyson Barrie (3PPG 18PPA 21PPPT)
Andrew Cogliano (2SHG 1SHA 3SHPT) SH Points Gabriel Landeskog 1SHG 2SHA 3SHPT
Cam Fowler 22:46, Ryan Kesler 19:32 TOI/GP, D&F Francois Beauchemin 25:06, Landeskog 18:54
Getzlaf 55.16, Hampus Lindholm 57.22 SAT% 5on5 >50% GP, F&D Nathan MacKinnon 46.46, Nick Holden 44.76
John Gibson GOALIES Semyon Varlamov
Record 27-24-3
.921 Save % .915
.917 Adj. SV% (5on5) .926
25.82 SA/60 32.60

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

Roster Notes



A Jiri Sekac picture though. Really guys?

Hockey-Reference Numbers For Nerds

Should Anaheim be able to maintain their current success rate killing penalties, it would be the highest since the Ottawa Senators prevented power play scores 88.0% of the time three seasons ago. The highest rate in franchise history is 87.4% by the 02-03 Mighty Ducks Western Conference champion team, which finished second in the league.

11-12 New Jersey holds the NHL record with a 89.58% mark- in the playoffs they erased only 73.2%, and if you remove the three goals scored on the first period major in the Stanley Cup clinching game six by Los Angeles it was still just 76.5%. The Angelenos shredded them for six power play goals in the three games in LA during the Final.