"So far, Hilly's played great, and we've seen him play great in our organization. When he's on, he's tremendous," Ducks Coach
Hiller won 29 games for the Ducks last season, including 14 in a row at one point. However, three losses late in the season sent him to the bench for most of the playoffs, with current goalies
Hiller, in relief, helped the Ducks clinch a first-round series victory at Dallas last season.
For Calgary, the 33-year-old won 26 regular-season games and was 1-1 with a no-decision against the Ducks.
The Ducks had just four games in 17 days before the playoffs.
And after sweeping the first-round series from the
"We'll follow the same guidelines as we did to prepare for Winnipeg," Boudreau said.
Boudreau said he expects the time will allow Gibson and center
In addition to center
"Over those four games, we've played as consistently good as we have over any four games — keeping the goals down, scoring, the power play," Boudreau said. "Everything was going well."
"We've got a great mix of older veterans and young guys and younger guys just feed off of 'Kes' and obviously Corey [Perry] and Ryan [Getzlaf]. They set the tone each and every game. You know they're going to show up and it's our job to follow them."
Tickets for sale
The Ducks announced individual game tickets for the second-round series will go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m., starting at $70 apiece.
Four tickets per email address/home address will be allowed, and tickets can be purchased at anaheimducks.com, through Ticketmaster at (714) 703-2545, or at the Honda Center box office.