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ABOUT THE DUCKS

-- The Ducks are on pace for their highest season-points total ever through 74 games (48-18-8, 104 points). Through the first 74 Anaheim also has its best road record (23-11-4), scored its most goals (239) and has matched the franchise record for wins in a single season (48 in 2006-07).

Tonight:

JETS @ DUCKS
Honda Center, 9 p.m.
TV: TSN JETS
Radio: TSN 1290

Anaheim currently ranks second in the NHL in goals scored and goals-per-game average (3.18) this season. The Ducks have gone 20-10-3 in their last 33 games and 30-11-3 in their last 44, including a 15-7-2 mark at Honda Center.

Ryan Getzlaf has eight games with three or more points this season. Getzlaf has 24-41-64 points in his last 54 games. Corey Perry's 38 goals through 74 games are the second-most in his career (he had 40 in 73 games in 2010-11). Perry ranks third in the NHL in goals since the start of 2008-09 with 198.

The Ducks have received strong goaltending from both veteran Jonas Hiller (2.41 goals against, .913 save percentage) and rookie Frederik Andersen (2.20, .926). Hiller has a record of 29-11-7 while Andersen has come on strong to post a 17-5-0 mark.

 

WINNIPEG JETS

31 Ondrej Pavelec
35 Al Montoya
2 Adam Pardy
4 Paul Postma
5 Mark Stuart
7 Keaton Ellerby
8 Jacob Trouba
9 Evander Kane
12 Olli Jokinen
14 Anthony Peluso
15 Matt Halischuk
16 Andrew Ladd
18 Bryan Little
19 Jim Slater
26 Blake Wheeler
27 Eric Tangradi
33 Dustin Byfuglien
39 Toby Enstrom
40 Devin Setoguchi
44 Zach Bogosian
58 Eric O'Dell
67 Michael Frolik

 

ANAHEIM DUCKS

1 Jonas Hiller
31 Frederik Andersen
4 Cam Fowler
5 Luca Sbisa
6 Ben Lovejoy
7 Andrew Cogliano
8 Teemu Selanne
10 Corey Perry
11 Saku Koivu
13 Nick Bonino
15 Ryan Getzlaf
18 Tim Jackman
19 Stephane Robidas
21 Kyle Palmieri
22 Mathieu Perreault
23 Francois Beauchemin
28 Mark Fistric
33 Jakob Silfverberg
34 Daniel Winnik
39 Matt Beleskey
45 Sami Vatanen
47 Hampus Lindholm
55 Bryan Allen
62 Patrick Maroon
67 Rickard Rakell

(Lineups subject to change)

 

-- Gary Lawless

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 31, 2014 ??65534

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