DUCKS AT COLUMBUS
When: Thursday, 4 p.m. PST.
On the air: TV: Prime; Radio: 830.
Update: The Ducks took Wednesday off to rest for their third game in four nights. They hope to continue to ride the hot hands of goaltender Frederik Andersen and Ryan Getzlaf. Andersen will go for his career-high tying seventh straight win in his next start. Getzlaf has two goals and 13 assists in the last 13 games and led all Ducks forwards in ice time Tuesday. The Ducks also have scored three power-play goals in four games. Columbus rookie Joonas Korpisalo has taken over the starting job in place of injured Sergei Bobrovsky and made a career-high 44 saves Tuesday. The Blue Jackets have the worst goal differential in the NHL at minus-33. Getzlaf had three assists in the Ducks' 4-2 victory against Columbus on Nov. 6 in his first game back from an appendectomy.