|ANAHEIM DUCKS||versus||MINNESOTA WILD|
|29-18-10, 68 Pts||Record||37-12-6, 80 Pts|
|2nd in Pacific, 9th in NHL||Standings||1st in Central, 2nd in NHL|
|20.6% (12th)||Power Play||22% (6th)|
|83.8% (7th)||Penalty Kill||82.4% (10th)|
|Rickard Rakell (22G)||Goals||Nino Niederreiter (19G)|
|Ryan Getzlaf (33A)||Assists||Mikael Granlund (34A)|
|Ryan Kesler (44P)||Points||Granlund (50P)|
|Kesler (7PPG)||PPG||Niederreiter (8PPG)|
|Andrew Cogliano (2SHG)||SH||Granlund (2SHG)|
|Cam Fowler (24:49), Kesler (21:36)||TOI/GP (D&F)||Ryan Suter (27:16), Mikko Koivu (19:23)|
|Cogliano (54.65), Hampus Lindholm (53.47)||SAT% 5on5 (F&D)||Niederreiter (54.27), Jonas Brodin (50.20),|
|John Gibson||GOALIES||Devan Dubnyk|
Antoine Vermette-Ryan Getzlaf-Jakob Silfverberg
Nick Ritchie-Rickard Rakell-Corey Perry
Andrew Cogliano-Ryan Kesler-Logan Shaw
Joseph Cramarossa-Nate Thompson-Ondrej Kase
Cam Fowler-Kevin Bieksa
Hampus Lindholm-Brandon Montour
Shea Theodore-Josh Manson
Nino Niederreiter-Eric Staal-Alex Tuch
Jason Zucker-Mikko Koivu-Mikael Granlund
Zach Parise-Charlie Coyle-Jason Pominville
Chris Stewart-Erik Haula-Zach Mitchell
Ryan Suter-Jared Spurgeon
Marco Scandella-Christian Folin
Gustav Olofsson-Nate Prosser
Numbers For Nerds
Andrew Cogliano is having a phenomenal season from a possession perspective that seems to be going mostly unnoticed.
After starting the season hot with 4 goals in the first 10 games of the season, the compact iron man tapered off in his point production. So it's not much of a surprise that he's fallen off many people's radars.
It seems logical to assume that playing on a defensive shut down line with a massive amount of penalty kill minutes would take a toll on most skaters possession numbers. But Cogliano has been proving that model wrong.
The 29 year old winger is currently rocking a 54.77 CF% in all situations and a 54.65 CF% in even strength ones.
Not only is he drawing among the toughest defensive assignments on the team, he's leading all forwards in Corsi in every measure available.
Cogliano may not be a 20-30 goal offensive force, but with his relentless physical play, speedy skates, and seemingly indestructible body, there's a reason number 7 is a fan-favorite in Anaheim.
How many minutes can Ryan Suter play per night before his legs turn into literal noodles?
This poll is closed
Suter is actually a hockey terminator. He doesn't get tired.