The Ducks aren’t out of the woods. Not even close. But their slow-drip uptick continued with a 4-2 win against Nashville on Sunday.
They didn’t blow a lead and they got the first win of the season for goalie Frederik Andersen, who had been 0-5-2 with a 2.05 goals-against average and .932 save percentage.
It was what they needed after a 1-7-2 start, which equaled the worst 10-game start in franchise history.
Here’s what we learned:
Their big guns are still missing in (and out) of action
Corey Perry and Ryan Kesler still have zeros next to their name in the goal column after 11 games. They each had one shot on goal Sunday.
The pressure is...