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Ducks beat Philadelphia shootout, 5-4, after late lead gets away
Ducks beat Philadelphia shootout, 5-4, after late lead gets away

Corey Perry's scoring touch, hidden throughout a game that threatened to slip away Wednesday, emerged when it mattered most. Perry's shootout goal to the left of Flyers goalie Steve Mason was followed by Anaheim goalie Frederik Andersen's stopping a shot by Philadelphia's Claude Giroux, giving the Ducks a 5-4 shootout victory over the Flyers at Honda Center. "We battled hard," Perry said after his team overcame the Flyers' tying goal in the final seconds of regulation and a 3-1 deficit. His team also halted a power-play rut. The Ducks (16-6-5) felt sick that the game went to overtime. With the Ducks up 4-3 in the final minute and Philadelphia's...

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