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Ducks' penalty killers leave Chicago Blackhawks reeling
Ducks' penalty killers leave Chicago Blackhawks reeling

It requires adjustments to win a series, and the Ducks’ penalty-killing success in Game 3 was a testament to their ability to address failure. In Game 2, Anaheim surrendered two power-play goals to the Chicago Blackhawks in the game's first 6 minutes, 19 seconds. A game later, the Ducks killed all five penalties they confronted, including a four-minute double-minor high-sticking call against forward Jakob Silfverberg in the first period. The Ducks “probably had more pressure, more of an all-out go,” Chicago Coach Joel Quenneville said. “Our best look probably was with [veteran forward Marian Hossa], missed the net on that one great look. Looked like he...

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