There was nothing to learn but the final score Wednesday.
Or so it seemed.
With Wednesday’s 6-3 victory over the Flames, the Ducks (31-10-6) enter the
Despite being warned they were about to face a team hellbent on ending the skid, the Ducks kept the streak alive as two
“We haven’t had a lot deflected in, so it’s nice to see that,” Ducks Coach
Said Calgary Coach Bob Hartley: "Some games, the puck comes to you. Some other games, the puck gets away from you."
Like every game Calgary plays at Honda Center ...
The Ducks' goalie was struck by flu symptoms Wednesday and struggled to make the game and return for the third period as he received intravenous treatment.
Still, he recorded 30 saves to win his 26th game of the season and improve to 46-11-5 overall.
"I wanted to try and play, and was able to battle through," he said.
Despite getting stiffed for an All-Star spot in the first place, Andersen told reporters after the game he will decline an invitation if one comes to replace Columbus goalie
Andersen said he can use the four days off to return to full health.
They spread the wealth
The fourth line of center
"We all talked about getting pucks to the net," Jackman said. "We had some good shifts."
Nice way to hit the break
Lovejoy, who had one shot deflected in by teammate
Three of the four lines produced two goals apiece.
Message for the break: enjoy it
"I want them not to think about hockey for four days, because when we come back, we play 29 games in 54 days," Boudreau said. "Very difficult games. East Coast twice.