Adam Henrique, Troy Terry score as Ducks end Coyotes’ win streak
Adam Henrique and Troy Terry scored power-play goals in the third period, and the Anaheim Ducks ended Arizona’s NHL-long six-game winning streak with a 3-1 victory over the Coyotes on Tuesday night.
Jakob Silfverberg had a goal and an assist for the Ducks, who had scored only seven goals while losing five of their previous six.
Lawson Crouse scored his career-high 11th goal for the Coyotes, who had won the first four games of a season-long seven-game homestand.
Silfverberg has two goals and four points since signing a five-year, $26.5 million contract extension Saturday that will keep him under contract through 2023-24. He scored his 100th Ducks goal on Sunday.
Henrique tipped Rickard Rakell’s shot from the left circle past Darcy Kuemper for a 2-1 lead four minutes into the third period, and Silfverberg assisted on Terry’s shot from the right circle midway through the period.
Ducks backup goaltender Ryan Miller made 22 saves. He had lost his previous two starts.
Darcy Kuemper made 28 saves for Arizona while having his seven-game winning streak broken. He had given up only 11 goals in that span.
Silfverberg tipped in Josh Manson’s shot from right point at 3:52 of the first period to put the Ducks ahead. Crouse tied the game on a wrist shot from the right circle at 18:32 after a sloppy line change left the Ducks outnumbered in the Coyotes’ offensive end.
Crouse has three goals and five points in his in his last six games. The Coyotes did not have a shot on goal in the first 12 minutes, getting their first during a 5-on-3 power play on which they did not score.
VS. ST. LOUIS
When: 7 p.m. Wednesday.
On the air: TV: NBCSN; Radio: 830.
Update: The Blues, who have lost two in a row, are third in the Central Division. The Ducks beat the Blues 3-2 in St. Louis on Oct. 14; the Blues won 5-1 at Honda Center on Jan. 23
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