Ducks will host the Minnesota Wild at Honda Center


When: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Honda Center.

On the air: TV: NBCSN; Radio: 830

Update: Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen practiced the past two days and is day to day in his recovery from an unspecified upper-body injury. Defenseman Sami Vatanen sat out Tuesday because of flu, and if he can't play Adam Clendening could make his Ducks debut while Simon Despres continues a conditioning stint. Clendening arrived with David Perron in a midnight trade with Pittsburgh on Friday. Perron had a rough start in his Sunday debut when he was on the ice for two Kings goals. But Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau broke up Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry late in the game and Perron scored when he played with Getzlaf and Chris Stewart. Minnesota has been outscored, 9-3, in a four-game losing streak and has won twice in 2016. Ex-King Jarret Stoll has one assist with a minus-two rating in 16 games since the Wild claimed him off waivers from the New York Rangers.

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