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Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
34-22-10, 78 Pts Record 42-18-5, 89 Pts
T-2nd in Pacific, 5th in West, 11th in NHL Standings 2nd in Central, 2nd in West, 5th in NHL
2.56 GF/GP 3.00
2.52 GA/GP 2.51
19.0% Power Play 19.5%
84.8% Penalty Kill 76.9%
TEAM STAT LEADERS
Rickard Rakell (27G) Goals Patrick Kane (29G)
Ryan Getzlaf (40A) Assists Kane (41A)
Getzlaf (52P) Points Kane (70P)
Kesler (7PPG) PPG Artemi Panarin (7PPG)
Andrew Cogliano (3SHG) SH Marian Hossa (1SHG)
Cam Fowler (24:53), Kesler (21:33) TOI/GP (D&F) Duncan Keith (25:53), Kane (21:30)
Cogliano (55.12), Hampus Lindholm (55.12) SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Artemi Panarin (55.78), Michal Kempny (56.70)
Jonathan Bernier GOALIES Corey Crawford
11-7-2 Record 26-13-3
.904 Save % .918
21 SA/GP 30.9


Projected Lines

Ducks:

Rickard Rakell - Ryan Getzlaf - Patrick Eaves

Andrew Cogliano - Ryan Kesler - Jakob Silfverberg

Ondrej Kase - Nate Thompson - Corey Perry

Logan Shaw - Chris Wagner - Jared Boll

Cam Fowler - Kevin Bieksa

Hampus Lindholm - Josh Manson

Sami Vatanen - Brandon Montour

Jonathan Bernier

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Blackhawks:

Nick Schmaltz - Jonathan Toews - Richard Panik

Artemi Panarin - Artem Anisimov - Patrick Kane

Tomas Jurco - Tanner Kero - Marian Hossa

Ryan Hartman - Marcus Kruger - Jordin Tootoo

Duncan Keith - Brent Seabrook

Johnny Oduya - Niklas Hjalmarsson

Brian Campbel - Trevor van Riemsdyk

Corey Crawford

Numbers for Nerds

Anaheim is 23-3-0 when leading after two periods, so you could say they're pretty good at holding a late lead. This could be a huge key to tonight's game. With a matchup against St. Louis tomorrow night, and Washington on the horizon for Sunday night, Anaheim building an early lead will go a long way to allowing them to to stay fresh throughout the weekend.