Game 13: St. Louis At Anaheim; Military Appreciation Night

Graphic: Ronald Wray

St. Louis (7-1-1) at Anaheim(5-4-3)

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TV: 5:00 PM PT/8:00 PM ET, Bally Sports West

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It’s military appreciation night at Honda Center. Thank you to everyone who currently serves or who has served in the past.

Anaheim Outlook

The Ducks have won three games in a row. They had an emotional win over the Montreal Canadiens. Anaheim was able to break their six game losing streak, but the bigger story was Ryan Getzlaf. The captain earned an assist on Troy Terry‘s goal, which was his 989th career NHL point with the Anaheim Ducks. He passed Teemu Selanne‘s previous record of 988 points with Anaheim.

Anaheim followed up the game against Montreal, with a 4-0 win over the New Jersey Devils. The Ducks scored a few early goals on the power play and never looked back. Trevor Zegras was tripped by P.K. Subban from behind, who used a slew foot to take Zegras down. Subban was fined from the league in the amount of $15,000.

The Ducks recently beat Arizona 3-1. The Coyotes scored in the final seconds to ruin the shutout bid by Anthony Stolarz. John Gibson didn’t play as he was feeling under the weather. He is questionable for tonight.

Anaheim continues to thrive on special teams. The Ducks are 26.2% efficient on the power play, which ranks 8th in the league. Their penalty kill is 84.6% efficient, which ranks 11th in the NHL.

Troy Terry leads the team in scoring with seven goals.

Roster Moves:

Mason McTavish(ankle) and Simon Benoit were recalled to Anaheim.

Lukas Dostal was reassigned to San Diego.

Injury News:

Trevor Zegras(upper-body) did not play on Friday and he did not practice yesterday per Dan Wood. He is questionable for tonight.

Jakob Silfverberg was placed in the NHL COVID protocol last weekend.

Rickard Rakell left the game against Buffalo holding his left arm and didn’t finish the game. He was placed on the IR with a shoulder injury and is considered week-to-week.

Max Jones(upper body) left the game early in the third period against Calgary as he appeared to be favoring his left arm while being engaged in front of the net. He was also placed on the IR. He had surgery to repair a pectoralis major tendon tear and will be out for 4-6 months.

Projected Lineup:

Adam HenriqueRyan GetzlafTroy Terry
Mason McTavish – Isac Lundestrom – Sonny Milano
Max ComtoisSam Steel – Nicolas Deslauriers
Derek Grant – Benoit-Olivier Groulx – Sam Carrick

Hampus Lindholm – Jamie Drysdale
Cam FowlerJosh Manson
Simon BenoitKevin Shattenkirk

In Net:
John Gibson 4-2-2 GAA 2.27 SV% .917  (Confirmed)

St. Louis Outlook

The Blues have been on a roll this season winning their first five games. They have only lost two games total, one in regulation and another in the shootout. They are currently on their west coast road trip where they lost to the Kings in the shootout and then beat the Sharks 5-3.

They have had early success this season as they average 4.00 goals per game, which is 3rd best in the league. They also only give up 2.22 goals against, which is 5th best in the NHL.

The Blues special teams have been outstanding. They are red hot on the power play converting 32.0% of the time, which is 2nd best in the league. And on the penalty kill they are 90.6% efficient, also second best in the NHL.

St. Louis is in first place in the central division(15 points). Only Edmonton(18) and Calgary(17) have more points than St. Louis in the Western Conference.

David Perron leads the team in scoring with six goals.

Projected Lineup 

Jordan KyrouBrayden SchennDavid Perron
Ivan BarbashevRobert ThomasVladimir Tarasenko
Brandon SaadTyler BozakPavel Buchnevich
James NealDakota JoshuaKlim Kostin

Marco ScandellaColton Parayko
Torey KrugJustin Faulk
Jake Walman – Robert Bortuzzo

Jordan Binnington 5-1-1, GAA 2.42, SV% .929 (Confirmed)

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November 7th, 2021


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