Every All-Star center needs a right-hand man.
Actually, right wing Jakob Silfverberg seemed to have his hands on everything Tuesday — the puck, the game and the appropriate accolades on the day linemate Ryan Kesler was selected an All-Star.
“Tonight he was a player possessed,” Coach Randy Carlyle said after the Ducks’ 2-0 victory over the Dallas Stars at Honda Center.
“He had the puck and no one could get it away from him.”
Perhaps Silfverberg’s best game of the season included a second-period power-play goal and a pretty setup of Andrew Cogliano’s third-period score to support goalie John Gibson’s...