Looking every bit like the team with the best record in the NHL, the Ducks on Saturday beat the Winnipeg Jets, 4-1.
On the road.
In the second game of a back-to-back.
Without leading scorer Corey Perry.
Shedding an extended run of one-goal wins that left them unsettled by the lack of killer instinct, the Ducks (21-6-5) won their seventh consecutive game and extended their Pacific Division lead to nine points.
Takeaway No. 1: The voice that resonated was Ryan Getzlaf’s.
The captain spoke up after Friday’s 4-2 victory in Edmonton, telling his teammates they have to be better with a lead, and reminded them again with a 3-1...