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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus ST. LOUIS BLUES
35-22-10, 80 Pts Record 42-18-5, 89 Pts
2nd in Pacific, 10th in NHL Standings 4th in Central, 2nd Wildcard, 17th in NHL
2.54 GF/GP 2.72
2.48 GA/GP 2.80
18.8% (17th) Power Play 22.1% (5th)
84.9% (4th) Penalty Kill 84.0% (7th)
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Rickard Rakell (27G) Goals Vladimir Tarasenko (29G)
Ryan Getzlaf (40A) Assists Tarasenko (28A)
Getzlaf (52P) Points Tarasenko (57P)
Kesler (7PPG) PPG Tarasenko (7PPG)
Andrew Cogliano (3SHG) SH Scottie Upshall (1SHG)
Cam Fowler (24:53), Kesler (21:34) TOI/GP (D&F) Alex Pietrangelo (24:58), Paul Stastny (19:51)
Cogliano (55.20), Hampus Lindholm (54.84) CF% 5on5 (F&D) Dimitrij Jaskin (54.49), Robert Bortuzzo (51.87)
John Gibson GOALIES Jake Allen
23-15-8 Record 24-18-3
.922 Save % .908
2.24 GAA 2.57

Projected Lines

Anaheim:

Rakell-Getzlaf-Eaves

Cogliano-Kesler-Silfverberg

Kase-Thompson-Perry

Wagner-Shaw-Boll

Fowler-Bieksa

Lindholm-Manson

Vatanen-Montour/Holzer

Gibson

Bernier

St. Louis:

Schwartz-Stastny-Tarasenko

Steen-Berglund-Perron

Jaskin-Lehtera-Paajarvi

Upshall-Brodziak-Reaves

Bouwmeester-Pietrangelo

Edmundson-Parayko

Gunnarsson-Bortuzzo

Allen

Hutton

Numbers For Nerds

The Ducks will be attempting to put together their first 3-game win streak since January 10th-14th.

Anaheim has a 2-2-3 record this season in the 2nd game of back-to-back contests. That's 7 out of a possible 14 points. Not quite as bad as it has felt like this year but certainly not the best.