After a Game 6 performance by the Ducks that was quickly gone to the dogs, Cam Fowler had an appropriate plan for an extra day off.
“I’m going to go home and play with my dog and get my mind off things for a little bit,” Fowler said. “The worst thing, I think, you can do is think about hockey all the time … there’s more to life than hockey. And then get mentally and physically refreshed, and come Wednesday, I expect us all to be ready to play.”
Rest was in order Monday, but the definition of “all” gained slight focus with a looming Game 7 on Wednesday that will decide the Ducks’ second-round playoff series against the Edmonton Oilers.
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