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Game 45: Anaheim At Philadelphia
Anaheim (12-27-5) at Philadelphia (18-19-7)
Pregame Show: DucksNPucks Podcast
TV: 4 PM PT, Bally Sports
Radio & Post Game Show: Ducks Stream
The Ducks started the road trip in Pittsburgh and nearly won the game in regulation. However, the Pens scored with just 24.8 seconds left to force overtime. Then in the extra session Trevor Zegras had a chance to end the game, but a missed pass resulted in a counter attack and game winning score for Pittsburgh.
The team has been averaging 2.27 goals per game, but has also been giving up 4.16 against. They are 16.3% efficient with the extra man and 71.8% efficient on the penalty kill. Anaheim also gives up on average 39.0 shots per game which is the most in the league. They average around 30 shots on goal per game(28.9).
Troy Terry leads the Ducks with 36 total points(12 G + 24 A).
Isac Lundestrom has been skating with the team.
Nathan Beaulieu is back with the team after a brief conditioning loan with with the Gulls.
Derek Grant (lower-body injury) remains on the IR.
Justin Kirkland was in a car accident while driving to the game on Sunday. He has been released from the hospital and was placed on the IR.
Anthony Stolarz 3-5-0 GAA 3.88 SV% .893 (Confirmed)
The Flyers are coming off a blowout loss to the Boston Bruins last night by a final of 6-0. Philadelphia had won their three previous games against Buffalo and Washington. The Flyers have gone 7-3-0 in their last 10 games and are currently in 7th place in the Metropolitan Division.
Philadelphia averages 2.84 goals per game and they give up 3.16 against. They have been 16.9% efficient on the power play and 76.4% efficient on the penalty kill.
Travis Konecny leads the team with 46 total points(24 G + 22 A).
Carter Hart 13-13-6 GAA 3.00 SV% .907 (Unconfirmed)
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January 17th, 2023