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Ryan Getzlaf and company take on Connor McDavid’s Oilers.

Edmonton Oilers v Anaheim Ducks Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

Stat Pack

ANAHEIM DUCKS versus EDMONTON OILERS
ANAHEIM DUCKS versus EDMONTON OILERS
19-16-7, 45 pts Record 19-18-3, 41 pts
4th in Pacific, 8th in West, 17th in NHL Standings 6th in Pacific, 11th in West, 20th in NHL
2.40 (30th) GF/GP 2.83 (22nd)
2.88 (14th) GA/GP 3.17 (23rd)
15.3% (25th) Power Play 21.7% (11th)
80.4% (14th) Penalty Kill 77.0% (24th)
TEAM LEADERS Stats TEAM LEADERS
Ondrej Kase, Pontus Aberg (11G) Goals Connor McDavid (23G)
Ryan Getzlaf (20A) Assists Connor McDavid (38A)
Ryan Getzlaf (29P) Points Connor McDavid (61P)
Adam Henrique (4PPG) PPG Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl (6PPG)
Jakob Silfverberg (1SHG) SHG Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Alex Chiasson (1SHG)
Ryan Getzlaf (20:01), Hampus Lindholm (25:32) TOI/GP (F&D) Connor McDavid (22:45), Oscar Klefbom (25:25)
Ondrej Kase (57.21), Andy Welinski (49.87) SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Connor McDavid (51.96), Oscar Klefbom (52.60)
John Gibson GOALIES Mikko Koskinen
15-12-6 Record 12-7-1
0.925 Save % 0.919
2.6 GAA 2.52

Projected Lineups

Anaheim Ducks

Kiefer Sherwood - Ryan Getzlaf - Daniel Sprong

Nick Ritchie - Adam Henrique - Ondrej Kase

Andrew Cogliano - Ryan Kesler - Jakob Silfverberg

Pontus Aberg - Carter Rowney - Brian Gibbons

Hampus Lindholm - Brandon Montour

Jacob Larsson - Josh Manson

Josh Mahura - Andy Welinski

John Gibson

Edmonton Oilers

Leon Draisaitl - Connor McDavid - Zack Kassian

Tobias Rieder - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Alex Chiasson

Milan Lucic - Jujhar Khaira - Jesse Puljujarvi

Joseph Gambardella - Kyle Brodziak - Ty Rattie

Darnell Nurse - Adam Larsson

Caleb Jones - Alex Petrovic

Brandon Manning - Kevin Gravel

Mikko Koskinen

Numbers for Nerds

Since the 2005/06 season, the Anaheim Ducks have been the best team in the second half of the season, winning 64.7% of their games. Since 2015/16 they’ve won 69.9% (nice) of their games. Let’s hope that trend continues.

Also, in the 2018 calendar year Milan Lucic only scored two goals while Edmonton paid him $6 million. He’s also still under contract for another four years. Good thing the Ducks don’t have anyone like that... oh wait.