Everybody was there except Corey Perry.
The NHL's post-season points leader (15) was absent from his second practice since suffering a second-period right-leg injury Sunday from a mid-ice collision with Calgary's Matt Stajan. Perry has scored seven playoff goals, including the Game 5 series clincher in overtime Sunday.
"We have six days off, there's no sense rushing him, I'm pretty sure he'll be back on the ice [Friday]," Boudreau said. "I have no indication that he's not [going to be able to play]."
After getting hurt Sunday, Perry crawled and scrambled to the dressing room with help before returning a few minutes later and ultimately scoring the game-winning goal.
Boudreau described Perry as "no worse for wear" while giving him a rest day from Tuesday's practice. On Thursday, Perry rode a stationary bicycle as part of off-ice conditioning and left the arena without speaking to reporters.
"I've got a red jersey on; I just tried to work hard in my practice," Fleischmann said of his first-line assignment. "It's still too early [to know Game 1 assignments]. Coach knows. I'm just working."
The Ducks announced they signed left wing Ondrej Kase, last year's seventh-round pick from the Czech Republic, to a three-year entry level contract.
Kase, 19, played in the Czech-2 league, scoring six goals and 11 points in the postseason to help his Chomutov team win a league championship this spring. He had seven goals and 21 points with a plus-16 rating in 37 regular-season games.