Ryan Kesler made it clear early on that nothing was going to rattle him and the Ducks.
First, he made a mock crying gesture to Calgary's Brandon Bollig when both were in the penalty box after a testy exchange after a whistle. Then, after his first goal of the game, Kesler spun around and held up his arms.
He later stripped the puck from Flames defenseman Deryk Engelland in front of the Calgary net and scored in the Ducks' 5-2 victory Sunday at Honda Center.
Kesler's two goals and assist marked his first multipoint game this season, and it helped the Ducks improve to 19-4-2 since Christmas and 12-1-1 in their last 14 games. The Ducks have won five games in a...