All those missed passes from the Ducks' dark days earlier this season are gone. The poor chemistry from October seems like seasons ago.
They have been clicking for weeks, and that cohesiveness was on display again Friday.
Third-period goals by Corey Perry and Andrew Cogliano propelled the Ducks to a 5-2 win at Honda Center that moved them one point behind San Jose for second place in the Pacific Division.
The Ducks head into a seven-game trip with a division sweep against San Jose, the Kings and Arizona in a four-day span. They extended their winning streak to six, are 13-3-1 since Christmas and have scored 34 goals in nine games.
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