Robin Lehner
Ducks look mighty in 4-1 victory over Ottawa
Ducks look mighty in 4-1 victory over Ottawa

The Ducks celebrated their past Sunday while showing signs their future might be worth celebrating too. Corey Perry scored two goals and defenseman Hampus Lindholm recorded his first two NHL points as the Ducks won their fourth consecutive game, a 4-1 decision over the Ottawa Senators before an announced sellout crowd at the Honda Center. The Ducks (4-1-0) set a team record by taking 56 shots on Ottawa goaltenders Craig Anderson and Robin Lehner. The previous record was 54, set against Edmonton on March 27, 2009. Commemorating their 20th anniversary season and the 20th anniversary of their first NHL victory, the Ducks brought back 15 members of their inaugural Mighty Ducks squad...