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Ducks vs Maple Leafs GAMETHREAD: Kossila Gets the Call-Up

Kalle Kossila slated to take top line center role against the Maple Leafs

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Stat Pack


6-4-1 (13 points) Record 7-5-0 (14 points)
4th in Pacific, 7th in West, 14th in NHL Standings 3rd in Atlantic, 7th in East, 12th in NHL
3.06 GF/GP 3.89
2.97 GA/GP 3.56
12.1% Power Play 26.2
84.3% Penalty Kill 80.4
Rickard Rakell (5G) Goals Auston Matthews (9G)
Andrew Cogliano, Ryan Getzlaf (6A) Assists Morgan Reilly (9A)
Andrew Cogliano (9P), Points Auston Matthews (16P), Nazem Kadri (11P)
Nick Ritchie, Derek Grant, Montour, Rakell (1PPG) PPG James van Riemsdyk, Nazem Kadri (2PPG)
Cam Fowler, Brandon Montour, Chris Wagner (1SHG) SH none
Cam Fowler (22:43) Brandon Montour (21:26) TOI/GP (D&F) Nikita Zaitsev (22:51), Jake Gardiner (22:04)
Hampus Lindholm (53.85), Jakob Silfverberg (52.74) SAT% 5on5 (F&D) William Nylander (55.68), Morgan Reilly (54.29)
John Gibson GOALIES Frederik Andersen
5-3-1 Record 6-5-0
.921 Save % .896
31.8 SA/GP 33.2

Projected Lineups

Anaheim Ducks

Rickard Rakell - Kalle Kossila - Corey Perry

Andrew Cogliano - Antoine Vermette - Jakob Silfverberg

Nick Ritchie - Derek Grant - Ondrej Kase

Dennis Rasmussen - Chris Wagner - Logan Shaw

Hampus Lindholm - Josh Manson

Francois Beauchemin - Brandon Montour

Sami Vatanen - Korbinian Holzer

John Gibson

Ryan Miller

Toronto Maple Leafs

Zach Hyman - Auston Matthews - William Nylander

Leo Komarov - Nazem Kadri - Josh Levio

James Van Riemsdyk - Patrick Marleau - Connor Brown

Matt Martin - Tyler Bozak - Mitch Marner

Morgan Reilly - Ron Hainsey

Jake Gardiner - Connor Carrick

Andreas Borgman - Nikita Zaitsev

Frederik Andersen

Curtis Mcelhinnney

Numbers for Nerds

The Anaheim Ducks will be going for their third straight victory, and longest win streak of the season, while the Toronto Maple Leafs are trying to end a three game losing streak.