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Western Pacific Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
38-16-7 83
33-19-7 73
34-20-2 70
29-19-10 68
29-25-5 63
25-22-11 61
20-35-3 43
15-37-5 35

Top Ducks News

  • Ducks' Trevor Zegras: Could begin skating soon

    Zegras (ankle) is nearing a return to the ice, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.

    Zegras required surgery on a broken ankle he sustained Jan. 9 versus the Predators. He is working on regaining mobility and flexibility. He may still need a handful of practice sessions once he's cleared to resume skating. There's no reason for the cellar-dwelling Ducks to rush Zegras back, so he'll likely be out for at least a week to begin March.

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  • Ducks' Max Jones: Generates helper in loss

    Jones produced an assist and four hits in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Predators.

    Jones has two helpers over eight games in February after missing nearly all of January with an upper-body injury. He's played mainly on the fourth line, which drastically limits his chances to contribute on offense. The 26-year-old winger has 10 points, 56 shots on net, 106 hits, 27 PIM and a minus-10 rating through 42 appearances. Jones may be at risk of losing playing time to Brett Leason, who returned to the lineup with two points after sitting out six games as a healthy scratch, though Ross Johnston's spot may be in more danger.

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  • Ducks' Adam Henrique: Assists in consecutive games

    Henrique notched an assist, four shots on goal, three blocked shots and two hits in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Predators.

    Henrique has three points over his last four games. The 34-year-old continues to play well in a top-six role, offering supplementary scoring alongside the Ducks' younger rising stars. Henrique has 16 goals, 22 assists, 108 shots on net, 57 hits, 53 blocked shots and a minus-2 rating over 57 appearances. He's matched the 38-point campaign he put together a year ago and could challenge for his fourth career 50-point season by the end of 2023-24.

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  • Ducks' Mason McTavish: Registers assist in loss

    McTavish notched an assist and five shots on goal in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Predators.

    McTavish set up a Brett Leason tally in the third period. This was the first game in February in which McTavish had just one point -- he has three multi-point efforts and three scoreless outings as well. The 21-year-old center is up to 39 points (eight on the power play) with 115 shots on net, 49 hits, 72 PIM and a minus-17 rating over 50 appearances. He needs four points to match his output from last season.

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  • Ducks' Isac Lundestrom: Lights lamp in loss

    Lundestrom scored a goal on two shots in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Predators.

    The goal was Lundestrom's first point over eight outings in February. The 24-year-old isn't known for big scoring numbers, instead playing a more defensive role on the Ducks' third line. He's split time between center and wing this season, most recently playing on Ryan Strome's left side. Lundestrom has five points, 20 shots on net, 22 hits and a plus-2 rating over 22 appearances.

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  • Ducks' Brett Leason: Checks in with two points

    Leason scored a goal on two shots, dished an assist, added three hits, blocked two shots and went plus-2 in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Predators.

    Leason had been scratched for six straight games, and he played like he didn't want to go back to the press box any time soon. The 24-year-old helped out on Isac Lundestrom's second-period tally before scoring a goal of his own in the third. Leason has been okay for a bottom-six forward with 14 points, 61 shots on net, 48 hits, 37 blocked shots and a minus-5 rating over 44 appearances this season. He was in the lineup due to Troy Terry (upper body) being held out. Leason likely won't do enough to help in fantasy, but he could push Ross Johnston or Max Jones out of the lineup.

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  • Ducks' Lukas Dostal: Takes another loss

    Dostal allowed three goals on 28 shots in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Predators. The fourth goal was an empty-netter.

    Dostal has allowed 15 goals over his last five outings, going 0-4-0 in that span. The 23-year-old netminder has gotten seven goals of support from his teammates over his last four starts, which won't make it easy for him to pick up wins. Dostal is at 8-15-1 with a 3.70 GAA and an .897 save percentage through 27 appearances this season. He likely won't have to wait long for his next start -- the Ducks play a back-to-back next with a road game in San Jose on Thursday followed by a home game Friday versus the Devils.

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  • Ducks' Lukas Dostal: Tending twine Sunday

    Dostal will get the starting nod for Sunday's home tilt against Nashville, Derek Lee of The Sporting Tribune reports.

    Dostal is 0-3-0 over his last four outings, allowing a combined 12 goals on 85 shots during that stretch. The 23-year-old has fallen to 8-14-1 with an unsightly 3.73 GAA and .897 save percentage through 26 games. Dostal stopped 39 of 42 shots during a win in Nashville on Jan. 9.

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  • Ducks' Troy Terry: Out Sunday

    Terry (upper body) will not be available Sunday against the Predators, per the NHL's media site.

    Terry has been on fire lately, racking up eight goals and 23 points over his last 19 appearances. During that span, he's notched eight multi-point performances. He was a late scratch Sunday after getting banged up in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings. The Ducks announced that the 26-year-old forward is considered day-to-day. Brett Leason is expected to dress in Terry's absence.

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  • Ducks' Ryan Strome: Manages power-play assist

    Strome provided a power-play assist in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings.

    Strome has earned five of his last seven points on the power play. The 30-year-old forward has moved down to center the third line after spending much of the first half of the campaign as a top-six winger, but the on-paper demotion hasn't hurt his offense. He's at 31 points, 96 shots on net, 67 PIM and 41 hits through 54 appearances.

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  • Ducks' Cam Fowler: Helps out on power play

    Fowler logged a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings.

    Fowler snapped a three-game dry spell by helping out on Jakob Silfverberg's first-period tally. Five of Fowler's last six points -- over a span of seven games -- have come on the power play. The defenseman is up to 28 points (14 on the power play), 81 shots on net, 81 blocked shots and a minus-29 rating through 57 outings this season.

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  • Ducks' Adam Henrique: Offers helper

    Henrique logged a shorthanded assist, three hits and two blocked shots in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings.

    Henrique's offense has slowed recently -- this was just his second point over the last six games. The 34-year-old forward is still seeing top-six minutes at even strength as well as time on both sides of special teams. He's up to 37 points (nine on the power play, five shorthanded) with 104 shots on net, 55 hits, 50 blocked shots, 31 PIM and a minus-1 rating over 56 outings, numbers roughly in line with what he's done over each of the last two seasons.

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  • Ducks' Sam Carrick: Scores shortie in shootout loss

    Carrick scored a shorthanded goal and added two hits in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings.

    Carrick snapped a nine-game point drought with the tally. He got a piece of a shot from Adam Henrique in the second period to briefly give the Ducks a 2-1 lead. Carrick has maintained a bottom-six role throughout the season, picking up 11 points, 70 shots on net, 81 PIM, 127 hits and a minus-11 rating over 57 appearances.

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  • Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg: Nets power-play goal

    Silfverberg scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings.

    Silfverberg opened the scoring midway through the first period. Over the last 11 games, Silfverberg has resurrected his offense with eight points, including two on the power play. The third-line winger has just 13 shots in that span, so this surge is unlikely to be sustainable. On the season, he's at 16 points, 80 shots and a plus-4 rating through 56 appearances in a third-line role.

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  • Ducks' John Gibson: Loses close game in shootout

    Gibson stopped 48 of 50 shots in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings.

    Gibson was in the zone all night. The Kings reached double-digits in shots on goal in each period but were only able to get two goals past him, both on the power play. The 30-year-old netminder saved the last 19 shots of the game to keep his team in it and ended up with a .960 save percentage. Gibson had allowed 14 goals in his previous three games, so Saturday's performance was a vast improvement. His resurgence is encouraging, but it's crucial to consider the context - the Ducks are a rebuilding team, and their weak defense often puts immense pressure on Gibson, so it will be hard to trust him moving forward.

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  • Ducks' John Gibson: Starting vs. Kings

    Gibson will guard the road net Saturday against the Kings, Alyson Lozoff of Bally Sports West reports.

    Gibson's struggled a bit recently, allowing 14 goals on 77 shots over his last three appearances. Overall, the 30-year-old netminder is 12-20-1 with an .896 save percentage and a 3.16 GAA this season. He'll take on a Kings team that's averaging 3.09 goals per game.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 2.57 3.53 19.3

Injuries

Player Injury
T. Terry RW Troy Terry RW Upper Body
T. Zegras C Trevor Zegras C Ankle
B. McGinn LW Brock McGinn LW Upper Body

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