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Game 18: Carolina At Anaheim
Carolina(12-2-0) at Anaheim(10-4-3)
Pregame Show: DucksNPucks Podcast
TV: 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM ET, Bally Sports West
Radio & Post Game Show: KLAA AM 830
The Ducks are on a roll winning their last eight games in a row. Anaheim is currently in first place in the Pacific Division and the Western Conference.
Anaheim is coming off their most memorable win on Tuesday night. The Ducks earned their 1000th franchise win and Ryan Getzlaf recorded his 1000th career point. Troy Terry extended his point streak to 15 games. The Ducks were ahead a few times in the game, but needed overtime to pull past the Capitals. Trevor Zegras had two goals in the game, including the game winner.
The Ducks have outscored their opponents 33-13 during their last 8 wins. This is the longest winning streak the Ducks have had with Dallas Eakins as the head coach.
Anaheim continues to thrive on special teams. The Ducks are 27.8% efficient on the power play, which ranks 4th in the league. Their penalty kill is 86.4% efficient, which is seventh in the NHL.
Troy Terry leads the team in scoring with 11 goals and has a league leading 15 game point streak.
Max Comtois was placed on the IR with an upper-body injury.
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.
John Gibson 9-2-2 GAA 2.33 SV% .925(Confirmed)
The Hurricanes are currently on a two game winning streak. Carolina beat St. Louis and Vegas. The Hurricanes have only lost twice in regulation. They are currently in second place in the Metropolitan Division, just one point behind the Washington Capitals.
The Hurricanes have been a scoring machine averaging 3.50 goals per game, which is 5th best in the NHL. They also only allow 1.93 on average against, which is the best in the league. Their power play converts 24.5% of the time, which ranks 8th in the league. And on the penalty kill they are 86.7%, which is 6th best in the league.
Andrei Svechnikov – Sebastian Aho – Seth Jarvis
Teuvo Teravainen – Vincent Trocheck – Martin Necas
Nino Niederreiter – Jordan Staal – Jesper Fast
Jordan Martinook – Jesperi Kotkaniemi – Steven Lorentz
Frederik Andersen 9-2-0, GAA 1.78, SV% .938 (Confirmed)
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November 18th, 2021