DALLAS -- Ducks forward Teemu Selanne told reporters he won't play Wednesday night after taking just two shots in 10 minutes-plus Monday. The Ducks' fourth line is expected to be Patrick Maroon-Nick Bonino-Kyle Palmieri.
Ducks defenseman Mark Fistric expects to replace Robidas and appear in his first game since March 15 following a lower body nerve injury and minor-league conditioning stint last weekend.
Rookie goalie Frederik Andersen was first off the ice Wednesday and should make his fourth straight playoff appearance after not playing four consecutive times during the season.
Andersen said he'd rate his postseason play thus far as "OK."
"Two wins, the game we played the best, we didn't get a win," he said of Game 3. "We've just got to keep going, and I think that'll change today."
He said he hasn't been shaken by the 19,000-plus who attended Monday's game.
"It's fun when you have a lot of people excited for the game, way better than playing in Florida," Andersen said. "No offense to them, that's just a fact. It's special."