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Flames Coach Glen Gulutzan wouldn’t commit to saying he will start goaltender
The Ducks rallied Monday after falling behind, 4-1, and won 90 seconds into overtime when a shot by Corey Perry deflected off Calgary defenseman
That the Ducks won despite missing defensemen
“It definitely wasn’t easy to sleep after a game like that,” said Versteeg, who won the
Forward Matthew Tkachuk said players are focusing simply on Game 4, and he used "the pressure is on them" cliché to try to deflect attention away from his own team as it faces elimination.
"Right now, we have nothing to lose. We're going to be playing hard," he said. "We're going to be trying to do everything in our power to send a message and just make them a little bit nervous over there.
"It's obviously a tough hill to climb, but it's been done before. In Game 4, hopefully, all the doubt can be on them. We're in a position where we have nothing to lose right now. We're going to be playing the way we've been playing all year, and that's hard, and we're going to try to get a win. I think all the pressure right now can be — I think they're a team that doesn't want to be embarrassed by a team that's down, 3-0, so I think they have some pressure on them."
Four teams that fell behind, 3-0, in a best-of-seven series have come back to win: the 1942
One last note, courtesy of the Ducks via the Canadian TSN network: The game against Calgary was one of four overtime playoff contests in the