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PODCAST: Ducks vs. Sharks Game 1, Penalty Trouble, Effects of Fowler’s Absence

On this episode, host Felix Sicard is joined by Anaheim Calling staff writer Jake Rudolph to break down the Anaheim Ducks’ 3-0 loss at the hands off the San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff matchup.

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On this episode, host Felix Sicard is joined by Anaheim Calling staff writer Jake Rudolph to break down the Anaheim Ducks’ 3-0 loss at the hands off the San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff matchup. They discuss some serious penalty trouble from the Ducks, a better game form the Ryan Kesler line, some Corey Perry antics, as well as a stronger third period from Anaheim.

Topics discussed on the pod:

-How the absence of Cam Fowler has affected the Ducks’ blueline.

-Evander Kane’s standout two-goal night in his first playoff appearance.

-A difficult outing from the Marcus Pettersson and Andy Welinski pairing.

-Thoughts on John Gibson in his return to action.

-Randy Carlyle and his decision to switch up the forward lines in the third perriod.

-What to expect in Game 2.

And much more!

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