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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