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WESTERN CONFERENCE QUARTERFINAL GAME SUMMARIES
Game 6 (April 27, 2009) - ANAHEIM 4 vs. SAN JOSE 1
DUCKS ADVANCE TO THE SEMIFINALS BECOMING THE EIGHTH #8 SEED TO DEFEAT A #1 SEED SINCE 1994
The Ducks broke a scoreless tie at 13:03 of the second period, followed by two more unanswered goals to defeat the Sharks in Game 6 of the CQF and advance to the CSF...right wing Corey Perry put the Ducks on the board with a power play goal to tie the game at 12:33 of the first period...right wing Teemu Selanne scored a power play goal, which would prove to be the game-winner...it was the 10th postseason game-winner of his career and first since May 20, 2007 in Game 5 of the WCF at Detroit...defenseman Francois Beauchemin scored his first goal of the postseason just 1:23 after Selanne's marker...center Ryan Getzlaf scored at 17:06 of the third to add another insurance goal...Getzlaf completed the Gordie Howe hat trick, collecting an assist on Perry's goal while also squaring off against San Jose center Joe Thornton just two seconds into the contest...defenseman Chris Pronger added two assists while defenseman Scott Niedermayer, centers Mike Brown and Ryan Carter and left wingers Rob Niedermayer and Drew Miller each notched a single assist...the Ducks scored on the power play for the fourth game in the series...goaltender Jonas Hiller won his fourth career postseason game, stopping 36-of-37 shots.
PP: 2-5 PK: 1-4 SF: 32 SA: 37 TOI: S. Niedermayer (27:59) Three Stars: 1. Hiller 2. Pronger 3. S. Niedermayer

Game 5 (April 25, 2009) - ANAHEIM 2 @ SAN JOSE 3
SAN JOSE NARROWS ANAHEIM'S SERIES LEAD WITH OVERTIME WIN AT HP PAVILION
The San Jose Sharks reduced the Ducks' Western Conference Quarterfinal series lead to one game with a 3-2 overtime victory in Game 5 at HP Pavilion, the first overtime contest of the series...holding true to form, the team to score first improved to 5-0 while the home team won its second straight after the visitors took the first three games of the series...the Sharks jumped out to a 2-0 lead with goals by Joe Thornton and Devin Setoguchi in the first and second periods, respectively...the Ducks responded with a two-goal third period to force overtime...center Ryan Carter got Anaheim on the scoreboard with his first career playoff goal (Nabokov) 55 seconds in the third before right wing Corey Perry tied the game with his second of the playoffs at 4:42 of the third...defenseman Scott Niedermayer (0-2=2) and centers Ryan Getzlaf (0-1=1) and Andrew Ebbett (0-1=1) drew assists on the third-period goals...the teams went scoreless through the remainder of regulation, pushing the game to OT...Patrick Marleau held off elimination for the Sharks with his game-winner at 6:02 of OT...in a tough-luck loss, goaltender Jonas Hiller stopped 45-of-48 shots in his first career postseason overtime game.
PP: 0-3 PK: 1-3 SF: 25 SA: 48 TOI: R. Whitney (28:11) Three Stars: 1. Marleau 2. Thornton 3. S. Niedermayer

Game 4 (April 23, 2009) - ANAHEIM 4 vs. SAN JOSE 0
DUCKS TAKE COMMANDING 3-1 SERIES LEAD IN SECOND SHUTOUT OF THE SERIES
Right wing Bobby Ryan became the second rookie in franchise history to score two goals in a playoff game, while goaltender Jonas Hiller posted his second career postseason shutout as the Ducks blanked the Sharks 4-0...the shutout marked the Ducks first home shutout in the postseason since May 30, 2007 in Game 2 of the SCF vs. OTT...Ryan scored the Ducks' opening two goals of the game, with the first accounting for the game-winner...the only other Ducks rookie to score two goals in a playoff game was defenseman Francois Beauchemin in Game 3 of the CQF, Apr. 25, 2006 vs. CGY...Ryan's linemates, center Ryan Getzlaf (0-2=2) and Corey Perry (1-1=2) also had multiple-point nights...defenseman Ryan Whitney collected an assist on Ryan's first goal, extending his point streak to four consecutive games, which co-led the NHL at the conclusion of the game...defenseman Chris Pronger, left wing Rob Niedermayer and center Todd Marchant each tallied a helper in the game...left wing Drew Miller scored his second career playoff goal, an empty-netter with 41 seconds remaining on the clock...Hiller was perfect in net, stopping all 31 shots he faced...the Ducks were also perfect on the penalty kill for the third game of the series.
PP: 0-4 PK: 0-2 SF: 26 SA: 31 TOI: C. Pronger (25:00) Three Stars: 1. Ryan 2. Hiller 3. Wisniewski

Game 3 (April 21, 2009) - ANAHEIM 3 vs. SAN JOSE 4
SHARKS EARN FIRST VICTORY OF SERIES AS ROAD TEAM WINS THIRD STRAIGHT
The Western Conference Quarterfinal series shifted to Southern California for Game 3 but despite the change of location, the visiting team came away with the win for the third consecutive game...the San Jose Sharks earned their first win of the series with a 4-3 victory over the Ducks at Honda Center, reducing Anaheim's lead in the series to two games to one...San Jose opened the scoring early in the first for its first lead of the series and never trailed in the game...Anaheim tied the game on three separate occasions before Patrick Marleau scored the game-winning goal at 10:33 of the third...the final score marked the first career playoff loss for goaltender Jonas Hiller, who turned away 31-of-35 shots...right wing Bobby Ryan and defensemen Chris Pronger and James Wisniewski all scored their first goals of the 2009 playoffs while center Ryan Getzlaf and defenseman Ryan Whitney each earned an assist.
PP: 1-4 PK: 2-3 SF: 30 SA: 35 TOI: S. Niedermayer (26:21) Three Stars: 1. Boyle 2. Pronger 3. Blake
GAME 2 (April 19, 2009) - ANAHEIM 3 @ SAN JOSE 2
DUCKS TAKE SECOND STRAIGHT IN SAN JOSE WITH ANOTHER PERFECT PENALTY KILL PERFORMANCE
The Ducks took a two games-to-none lead in their Western Conference Quarterfinal series against the San Jose Sharks with a 3-2 victory
at HP Pavilion...with a six-for-six performance in Game 2, the Ducks improved to a perfect 12-for-12 on the penalty kill against the
Sharks...all three Ducks goal scorers had begun the season in Iowa (AHL)...right wing Bobby Ryan opened the scoring at the 3:45
mark of the first period, beating Evgeni Nabokov with a second-attempt effort on the power play...after Ryan Clowe scored San Jose's
first goal of the postseason early in the second, the Ducks reclaimed the lead on center Andrew Ebbett's go-ahead goal at 9:44 of the
third...left wing Drew Miller collected the game-winner at 13:17 of the third, making a winner out of starting goaltender Jonas Hiller,
who stopped 42-of-44 shots for his second consecutive win...six Ducks recorded singles assists in the victory, including right wing
Teemu Selanne, center Erik Christensen, left wing Rob Niedermayer, and defensemen Scott Niedermayer, James Wisniewski and
Ryan Whitney.
PP: 1-2 PK: 0-6 SF: 26 SA: 44 TOI: S. Niedermayer (26:51) Three Stars: 1. Hiller 2. Cheechoo 3. S. Niedermayer

GAME 1 (April 16, 2009) - ANAHEIM 2 @ SAN JOSE 0
DUCKS WIN SPECIAL TEAMS BATTLE AS HILLER EARNS FIRST SHUTOUT IN POSTSEASON DEBUT
The Ducks were able to shut down the Sharks' potent power play (stopped all six attempts) and scored an extra-man marker of their
own en route to 2-0 shutout in Game 1...it was the club's first postseason shutout since May 30, 2007 in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final
vs. Ottawa (1-0)...it was also the club's first road shutout in the Stanley Cup Playoffs since May 3, 2006 in the series deciding Game 7
of the Conference Quarterfinal Series at Calgary (3-0)...defenseman Scott Niedermayer broke the scoreless tie at 5:18 of the third period
on the club's third power play attempt of the game...center Ryan Getzlaf and defenseman Ryan Whitney (first playoff point as a Duck)
picked up the assists...it was Niedermayer's seventh career postseason game-winning goal and his fourth with Anaheim...after coming
out of the penalty box for elbowing, Getzlaf scored a goal on a pass from right wing Mike Brown to provide an insurance goal for the Ducks
making the score 2-0...it was Brown's first career postseason point...in his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut, goaltender Jonas Hiller stopped
all 35 shots he faced for the shutout...he was first goalie in over five years to post a shutout in his postseason debut.
PP: 1-4 PK: 0-6 SF: 35 SA: 17 TOI: S. Niedermayer (24:42) Three Stars: 1. Hiller 2. Getzlaf 3. Marchant



Anaheim Ducks Injuries, Transactions
INJURIES
Total Man-Games Lost: 6

2008-09 Ducks Postseason Injuries
-CURRENT-
Player Injury/Illness Expected Absence Number of Games Missed
Bret Hedican Back spasms Day-to-day 6, Apr. 16-29

YEAR TO DATE
Player Injury Number of Games Missed
Bret Hedican Back spasms 6, Apr. 16-29

RECENT TRANSACTIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS
See Anaheim Ducks Postseason Guide for 2008-09 transactions
Apr. 13, 2009 Recalled C Petri Kontiola, C Petteri Wirtanen, LW Matt Beleskey, LW Josh Green, D Brian Salcido,
D Brett Festerling and G Jean-Philippe Leavasseur from Iowa (AHL).



Anaheim Ducks Notes
2009 WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
Game
Date
Venue
Result
Game Winning goal
Goaltenders
Attendance
1
Fri., May 1 at 4 p.m.
VERSUS, AM 1150
Joe Louis Arena
2
Sun., May 3 at 11 a.m.
NBC, AM 1150
Joe Louis Arena
3
Tues., May 5 at 7:30 p.m.
PRIME TICKET, AM 1150
Honda Center
4
Thurs., May 7 at 7:30 p.m.
VERSUS, AM 1150
Honda Center
*5
Sun., May 10 at 2 p.m.
FS WEST, AM 1150
Joe Louis Arena
*6
Tues., May 12, time TBD
PRIME TICKET, AM 1150
Honda Center
*7
Thurs., May 14, time TBD
PRIME TICKET, AM 830
Joe Louis Arena
All times Pacific Anaheim television and radio listed *If necessary
ANAHEIM DUCKS 2009 PLAYOFF NOTES

ON TO THE CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS: With Monday’s (Apr. 27) series-clinching win over San Jose, the Ducks now own an all-time record of 11-4 in games in which they can clinch a series, including a 9-0 mark at Honda Center…Anaheim is advancing to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the fifth time in franchise history, the third time in the last four years and fourth in the last six NHL seasons.

QUARTERFINAL STANDOUTS: Ryan Getzlaf completed the six-game Conference Quarterfinal series vs. San Jose on a four-game assist streak (1-5=6), currently tied for the NHL lead…he leads Anaheim and ranks tied for second in the NHL in postseason scoring (2-6=8)…Getzlaf is also second in the NHL in postseason assists with six (also second in the NHL in PPA with three)…Ryan Whitney recorded points in four of six games (0-4=4), which included a four-assist streak, currently tied for the NHL lead…Whitney is also tied for third in the NHL in PPA with three...Bobby Ryan had points in three of the six contests (4-0=4), which included a three-game goal streak from Apr. 19-23 (tied for the longest in the NHL for the postseason)...he is tied for third in the NHL postseason goals…Corey Perry enters the Conference Semifinals on a three-game goal streak (3-1=4), which is tied for the NHL postseason lead (also Ryder, Malkin, Ryan, Parise and Ovechkin (active))…Chris Pronger recorded points in three of the six CQF games (1-3=4), including two assists in the Ducks’ series-clinching win over San Jose on Monday, Apr. 27 in Game 6…he was also a +6 for the series, which co-leads the NHL...Scott Niedermayer completed the series on a two-game point streak (0-3=3), finishing second on the club in overall series points (1-4=5) while also ranking tied for fourth among NHL defensemen in postseason scoring.

FOUR IN A ROW: The Ducks are one of six NHL teams to have qualified for the playoffs in four straight years (also DET, CGY, SJ, NJ, and NYR)...Anaheim has an all-time playoff record of 50-35 (.588 win %), including a home mark of 29-15 (.651 %) and road record of 21-20...the club has appeared in 16 playoff series, going 11-5, including its series-clinching win vs. San Jose in Game 6 of the CQF on Apr. 27...here is the Ducks' all-time record in each respective game in a series:
Game 1: 9-7 Game 2: 9-7 Game 3: 7-9 Game 4: 11-5 Game 5: 5-6 Game 6: 6-1 Game 7: 2-1

INTRASTATE OPPONENTS: The Ducks-Sharks matchup was the first NHL playoff meeting between two California teams since the 1969 Western Conference Quarterfinals, when the Los Angeles Kings beat the Oakland Seals in seven games (the ONLY previous in-state playoff matchup in history)...the last time a California playoff matchup occurred in the NHL, NBA or MLB was in 2002, when the Angels and Giants met in the World Series...the Ducks faced only one West Coast opponent in their previous six postseason appearances (Vancouver in 2007, Ducks won series 4-1 en route to a Stanley Cup championship).

Following the Ducks’ 4-2 series win over San Jose, the club became the FIFTH team to upset the NHL’s best regular season team (by standings points) in the first round since the Expansion Era began (1967-68 season)…the previous four teams to upset the NHL’s regular season points leader (officially referred to as Presidents’ Trophy winner starting in 1986-87):
2006: Edmonton defeated Detroit (56-18-8, 124 pts.), 4-2
2000: San Jose defeated St. Louis (51-19-11-1, 114 pts.), 4-3
1991: Minnesota North Stars defeated Chicago (49-23-8, 106 pts.), 4-2
1971: Montreal defeated Boston (57-14-7, 121 pts.), 4-3

The Ducks became the EIGHTH #8 seed to upset a #1 seed in the first round since 1993-94 (first year of current playoff format)…the previous seven:
2006: Edmonton (8) defeated Detroit (56-18-8, 124 pts.), 4-2
2002: Montreal (8) defeated Boston (43-24-6-9, 101 pts.), 4-2
2000: San Jose (8) defeated St. Louis (51-19-11-1, 114 pts.), 4-3
1999: Pittsburgh (8) defeated New Jersey (47-24-11, 105 pts.), 4-3
1998: Ottawa (8) defeated New Jersey (48-23-11, 107 pts.), 4-2
1995: NY Rangers (8) defeated Quebec (30-13-5, 65 pts), 4-2
1994: San Jose (8) defeated Detroit (46-30-8, 100 pts.), 4-3

The Ducks became the 11TH team in NHL history to beat a team who earned 110-or-more standings points during the regular season in the first round…they join the 1971 Montreal Canadiens and 2006 Edmonton Oilers as the THIRD team to beat an opponent who had earned 117-points-or-more.
2007: Nashville (110 pts.) lost to San Jose, 4-1
2006: Detroit (124 pts.) lost to Edmonton, 4-2
2006: Dallas (112 pts.) lost to Colorado, 4-1
2003: Detroit (110 pts.) lost to Anaheim, 4-0
2001: Detroit (111 pts.) lost to Los Angeles, 4-2
2000: St. Louis (114 pts.) lost to San Jose, 4-3
1986: Philadelphia (110 pts.) lost to NY Rangers, 3-2
1982: Edmonton (111 pts.) lost to Los Angeles, 3-2
1978: NY Islanders (111 pts.) lost to Toronto, 4-3
1971: Boston (121 pts.) lost to Montreal, 4-3

ROOKIE RISING TO THE OCCASION: Right wing Bobby Ryan's two goals in the Ducks' 4-0 win vs. SJ in Game 4 of the CQF on Apr. 23 marked the second time in franchise history that a rookie has scored multiple goals in a postseason game...Francois Beauchemin also scored two goals in Game 3 of the CQF on April 25, 2006 vs. CGY.

DYNAMIC DEBUT: Goaltender Jonas Hiller has put up impressive numbers in his first six career playoff games...he leads the NHL in postsesason SV % (.957%) and co-leads the NHL in shutouts with two (also WSH's Varmalov), after stopping all 31 shots he faced in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 23 vs. SJ...in addition, he posted his first career shutout in his NHL postseason debut, stopping all 35 shots he faced in Game 1 of the CQF, Apr. 16 at SJ...it had been over five years since the feat has been previously accomplished...the last goaltender to record a shutout in his playoff debut was Andrew Raycroft with Boston on Apr. 7, 2004 in Game 1 of the CQF vs. MTL (3-0)...Hiller has stopped 220-of-230 shots for a .957 SV% and 1.64 GAA (10 GA/365 MIN)...he also ranks fourth in the NHL in GAA.

PLAYOFF PERFORMERS: The Ducks and Red Wings are the two most successful playoff teams since the start of the 2006 postseason:
TOTAL PLAYOFF WINS BY TEAM SINCE 2006
Team GP Home Road Win % Total Wins
DET 50 18 14 .640 32
ANA 49 17 14 .633 31
BUF 34 11 9 .588 20
OTT 34 8 10 .529 18
SJ 39 11 8 .487 19

TOTAL SERIES WINS BY A TEAM SINCE 2006
Team Series Wins
ANA* 7
DET* 7
CAR* 4
OTT 4
BUF 4
SJ 4
*Teams that have won Stanley Cup

In addition, the Ducks also have the highest playoff win total AND winning percentage in the league over the last six playoff seasons (since the 2003 playoffs)…the 2002-03 Ducks, led by goaltender J.S. Giguere, went 15-6 in the playoffs, falling one game short of the Stanley Cup title (lost to New Jersey in seven games).
TOTAL PLAYOFF WINS BY TEAM SINCE 2003
Team GP Home Road Win % Total Wins
ANA 70 26 20 .657 46
DET 65 21 16 .569 37
OTT 59 16 16 .542 32
BUF 34 11 9 .588 20

TOTAL SERIES WINS BY A TEAM SINCE 2003
Team Series Wins
ANA* 10
DET* 8
NJ* 6
OTT 6
TB* 5
PHI 5
SJ 5
*Teams that have won Stanley Cup

OVERTIME ON DUCKS SIDE: Since the 2003 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Ducks have appeared in 16 postseason contests that have been decided in overtime...the club is 13-3 in those games, recording the most wins and highest winning percentage in overtime games since 2003...a look below:
Team GP W L Win %
Anaheim 16 13 3 .813
Ottawa 11 7 4 .636
Vancouver 11 7 4 .636
Colorado 13 7 6 .539
Buffalo 10 6 4 .600
Calgary 10 6 4 .600

THE CAPTAIN RISES TO POSTSEASON FORM: Ducks captain Scott Niedermayer scored his seventh career postseason game-winning goal (fourth with Anaheim) in a 2-0 win vs. San Jose in Game 1 of the Conference Quarterfinals on Apr. 16...since the lockout (2005-06 season), Niedermayer ranks tied for first among defensemen (with DET's Lidstrom) with four playoff game-winning goals...all time, he ranks tied for fourth among NHL defensemen in GWG (chart below)...Niedermayer ranks fourth on the Ducks' all-time playoff scoring list with 6-23=29 points in 49 games.
Career Postseason Game-Winning Goals by NHL Defensemen
*1. Nicklas Lidstrom 10
2. Paul Coffey 8
Scott Stevens 8
*4. Scott Niedermayer 7
Bobby Orr 7
Denis Potvin 7
Larry Murphy 7
*active

ALL-TIME LEADERBOARD: Teemu Selanne became the Ducks all-time leading playoff scorer in 2007….the complete list:

FRANCHISE ALL-TIME PLAYOFF SCORING LEADERS
Player Years GP G A Pts.
1. Teemu Selanne 1997-99, 2006-09 64 23 26 49
2. Ryan Getzlaf 2006-09 49 14 23 37
3. Scott Niedermayer 2006-09 49 6 23 29
Paul Kariya 1997-03 35 14 15 29
5. Rob Niedermayer 2003-09 66 9 18 27
6. Corey Perry 2006-09 41 11 14 25
7. Chris Pronger 2007-09 31 6 18 24
8. Samuel Pahlsson 2003-08 63 7 16 23
Andy McDonald 2006-07 37 12 11 23
10. Todd Marchant 2006-09 39 5 14 19
11. Francois Beauchemin 2006-09 48 8 10 18
12. Dustin Penner 2006-07 34 6 11 17
13. Chris Kunitz 2006-08 34 4 12 16
Steve Rucchin 1997-03 33 8 8 16
Bold = players on current Anaheim roster
PLAYOFF HISTORY – ANAHEIM VS. DETROIT

Ducks vs. Red Wings: The Ducks and Red Wings are the two most successful teams in the NHL since the lockout (start of 2005-06 season)...the clubs have each won one Stanley Cup, while leading the league in playoff rounds won (7) and appeared in (9)...the two clubs have met four times in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, with each team winning twice...Detroit swept Anaheim in 1997 & 1999, while Anaheim beat Detroit in 2003 (sweep) and 2007 (six games).

Below is a year-by-year recap of the playoff history between the two clubs….
1997 Ducks vs. Red Wings Western Conference Semifinal Series
Anaheim was eliminated from the 1997 Playoffs by the eventual Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings in the CQF, 4-0...the Mighty Ducks extended the Red Wings to overtime in three of those contests, including one double overtime game and one triple overtime game...two of those overtime games came at Detroit. Guy Hebert and Mikhail Shtalenkov combined for a 2.45 GAA and .942 SV%...only St. Louis had a better GAA (2.18) vs. Detroit in the postseason, while Anaheim was tops in save percentage vs. the Wings. The Mighty Ducks converted 36.4% of their power plays in the series – the highest vs. Detroit in the playoffs.

1997 Ducks vs. Red Wings Western Conference Semifinal Series
Date Team W/L GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr Attend.
5/2/1997 @ Detroit L 1-2 9p 20 1-3 5-5 20-30 29-31 19983
5/4/1997 @ Detroit L 2-3 17, 8 13 0-2 4-5 22-34 29-35 19983
5/6/1997 Detroit L 3-5 9p, 8p, 13 91 2-3 3-5 23-49 29-35 17174
5/8/1997 Detroit L 2-3 14, 23p 14 1-3 4-4 37-37 29-35 17174

1999 Ducks vs. Red Wings Western Conference Quarterfinal Series
The Mighty Ducks finished the regular season with a 35-34-13 mark for 83 points, finishing sixth in the Western Conference...the Detroit Red Wings finished 43-32-7 for 93 points in the regular season, finishing third in the Western Conference...the two clubs met in the first round of the 1999 NHL Playoffs; the Ducks’ second appearance in the post-season and the second playoff meeting in three years between Anaheim and Detroit...the Red Wings won the series four games to none, ending the Ducks’ season with a 3-0 win @ Anaheim on Apr. 27...Teemu Selanne (2-2=4) and Paul Kariya (1-3=4) led Anaheim in playoff scoring. Marty McInnis co-led the team in goals with two power play tallies (tying with Selanne)...Steve Yzerman led the Red Wings with 5-2=7 points in the series, including three power play goals. Brendan Shanahan (3-3=6), Sergei Fedorov (1-5=6) and Nicklas Lidstrom (0-6=6) all had six points in the four games...Chris Osgood was 4-0 with a 1.50 GAA in the series.

1999 Ducks vs. Red Wings Western Conference Quarterfinal Series
Date Team W/L GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr Attend.
4/21/1999 @ Detroit L 3-5 16p, 9, 8 17 1-5 5-6 29-37 30-35 19983
4/23/1999 @ Detroit L 1-5 8p 14 1-5 6-9 31-36 30-31 19983
4/25/1999 Detroit L 2-4 16p, 23p 19 2-6 4-6 24-24 30-31 17174
4/27/1999 Detroit L 0-3 - 96 0-4 1-2 31-38 30-31 17174

2003 Ducks vs. Red Wings Western Conference Quarterfinal Series
The Mighty Ducks became the first team to sweep the defending Stanley Cup champions in the first round in over 50 years, since the Red Wings swept Toronto in the 1952 playoffs…the Ducks won each of their first round games by a single goal, with two of the games needing overtime to be decided…the Ducks became just the second team in NHL history (1998-99 Dallas Stars) to win the first four games of a postseason all by one-goal margins…the club became just the fourth to sweep a best-of-seven series with each win by one goal, joining the 1998 Stars in the CSF; the 1992 Canadiens in the WCF and the 1967 Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final…by sweeping his first best-of-seven series, J.S. Giguere joined just three other goalies (statistical research dates back to 1967-68) who have accomplished that feat…Tony Esposito of Chicago in 1969-70, Les Binkley of Pittsburgh in 1969-70 and Darcy Wakuluk of Dallas in 1993-94 were the only previous netminders to do it…Giguere had a 1.24 GAA (290 MIN, 6 GA) and .965 SV% (165-of-171) in the series…he stopped 63 shots in Anaheim's 2-1 overtime decision in Game 1 @ Detroit...the 63 saves were the most by an NHL goalie making his playoff debut.

2003 Ducks vs. Red Wings Western Conference Quarterfinal Series
Date Team W/L GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr Attend.
4/10/2003 @ Detroit W* 2-1 77, 9 9 0-4 3-4 44-64 35-31 20058
4/12/2003 @ Detroit W 3-2 23, 10, 32 32 0-3 2-2 23-26 35-31 20058
4/14/2003 Detroit W 2-1 26, 23 23 0-3 3-4 26-3 35-31 17174
4/16/2003 Detroit W* 3-2 9, 10, 20 20 0-4 4-4 27-34 35-31 17174

2007 Ducks vs. Red Wings Western Conference Final Series
The Ducks bested the Red Wings in a six-game series to advance to the 2007 Stanley Cup Final vs. Ottawa…Teemu Selanne led the club in series scoring, with 2-4=6 points in six games, including the game-winning OT goal in Game 5 of the WCF, May 20, 2007 at Detroit…other series top scorers included Rob Niedermayer (3-2=5), Ryan Getzlaf (2-3=5), Scott Niedermayer (2-2=4) and Corey Perry (2-2=4)…on May 22 vs. Detroit in Game 6 of the WCF at Honda Center, an early three-goal lead helped the Ducks hold onto victory and advance to the Stanley Cup Final by a score of 4-3…Samuel Pahlsson scored the game-winner, the third of his postseason career…on May 20, 2007 at Detroit in Game 5 of the WCF, late game heroics by Scott Niedermayer led the team to a 2-1 overtime victory…Scott scored with jut 0:48 seconds remaining in regulation and Selanne scored 11:57 into the extra frame to win it...J.S. Giguere won his eight postseason contest and 12th career OT game, stopping 36-of-37 shots…on May 17 vs. Detroit in Game 4 of the WCF, the Ducks received scoring contributions from many to hold off Detroit, 5-3…Getzlaf notched the game-winning goal...Selanne had his first three-point game of the playoffs…on May 15 vs. Detroit in Game 3 of the WCF, the Ducks were shut out for the first time in the postseason by a score of 5-0…on May 13 at Detroit in Game 2 of the WCF, the Ducks won in dramatic fashion after giving up three special teams goals…Scott Niedermayer was the overtime hero, scoring the game-winning OT goal…J.S. Giguere stopped 24-of-27 shots for his 11th career postseason OT win…in Game 1 of the WCF on May 11 at Detroit, the Ducks dropped the first game of the series, 2-1…Chris Kunitz recorded his first goal of the postseason…over the six-game series, Giguere stopped 149-of-164 shots for a .909 SV% and 2.60 GAA (15 GA/346 MIN).

2007 Ducks vs. Red Wings Western Conference Final Series
Date Team W/L GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr Attend.
5/11/2007 @ Detroit L 1-2 14 96 0-7 2-4 32-19 39-35 19939
5/13/2007 @ Detroit W 4-3 44, 19, 32, 27 27 0-5 5-7 33-27 35-39 19620
5/15/2007 Detroit L 0-5 - 93 0-4 8-9 29-28 39-3 17358
5/17/2007 Detroit W 5-3 10, 5p, 8, 15p, 44 15 2-5 4-6 23-39 35-39 17375
5/20/2007 @ Detroit W* 2-1 27p, 8 8 1-5 7-7 26-37 35-39 20003
5/22/2007 Detroit W 4-3 44s, 10, 15p, 26 26 1-4 5-7 29-29 35-39 17380
2008-09 REGULAR SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

THE SEASON: The Ducks finished the regular season with a record of 42-33-7 for 91 points, ranking second in the Pacific Division and eighth in the Western Conference. Anaheim went 20-18-3 at home and 22-15-4 on the road in the regular season. The Ducks qualified for the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year and seventh time in club history (1997, 1999, 2003, 2006-2009).

THE STANDINGS CLIMB: After 69 games, the Ducks were 32-31-6, 12th in the Western Conference standings (13th by winning percentage)...Anaheim rallied to make the playoffs by posting the best record in the NHL (by points and winning percentage) over the last 13 games, going 10-2-1 (21 points, .808 win%)…the Ducks joined only the 1996-97 Ottawa Senators and 2006-07 NY Rangers as teams to rally from as low as 12th place to make the playoffs with 13 games-or-less remaining in the season...the 1996-97 Senators were 12th through 69 games and finished seventh, while the 2006-07 Rangers were 12th through 72 games and finished sixth.

DEADLINE DEALS HELP LEAD CHARGE: Ducks Executive Vice President/General Manager Bob Murray engineered several trades at the Mar. 4 trading deadline…Murray made four trades in total that morning, including the acquisition of Petteri Nokelainen, Erik Christensen and James Wisniewski…that day, the Ducks stood ninth in the Western Conference with a mark of 31-28-6 for 68 points…. since the trading deadline, only St. Louis (13-4-2, 28 points) and San Jose (12-5-2, 26 points) had a better record than Anaheim (11-5-1, 23 points) in the Western Conference.

STRONG FINISH: The Ducks finished the 2008-09 regular season winning five of the last seven games (5-1-1), 10 of 13 games (10-2-1) and were 11-3-1 in the last 15 overall... the Ducks scored at least one power play goal in eight of the last nine games (13-for-35, 37.1%) and went 20-for-48 (41.7%) over the final 13...in the last five contests, the Ducks were 9-for-16 on the power play for a 56.3% success rate...in addition, the club recorded 55 goals over the last 13 games (4.2 per game), scoring at least five goals in five of those contests...over the final nine games, the Bobby Ryan-Ryan Getzlaf-Corey Perry line earned 17-21=38 points...during that span, Getzlaf collected 2-12=14 points, Perry with 8-5=13 points and Ryan earning 7-4=11 points.

ROAD SUCCESS: Anaheim finished the 2008-09 regular season by recording points in a team-record nine consecutive road games (7-0-2; 16 points), besting the previous mark of eight games set earlier in the year (7-0-1; Oct. 21-Nov. 30)…the Ducks won six straight road games before losing in a shootout in the season finale at Phoenix on Apr. 11, falling just one win shy of tying a club-record seven-game road winning streak from Nov. 28-Dec. 13, 2006…with a 22-15-4 road record, the Ducks tied a franchise record for most road wins in a single season (22-14-5, 2006-07)…only three other NHL teams registered more road wins than Anaheim in 2008-09: Detroit (24-12-5), Boston (24-13-4) and New Jersey (23-15-3).

LEADING THE WAY: Center Ryan Getzlaf concluded the 2008-09 campaign ranked tied for third among NHL leaders in assists, tied for sixth in scoring (25-66=91) and tied for fourth in power play assists (28)…leading the club in assists and scoring this season, Getzlaf also broke the Ducks single-season assist record (previously Kariya, 62) on his third helper of the night as part of a four-assist effort on Apr. 4 at San Jose...with two assists (0-2=2) on Apr. 2 at Vancouver, he set a single-season career high in assists (60), one game after establishing a personal best for points in a season on Mar. 31 at Edmonton (83)...he tied his career high in goals (25) with a two-goal performance (2-1=3) on Mar. 27 vs. Edmonton while also passing Andy McDonald for fourth on the club's all-time points list (now at 270)...Getzlaf became just the third player in franchise history to reach the 90-point mark in one season (Selanne, Kariya) with an assist for his 90th point (25-65=90) on Apr. 5 vs. San Jose…he has earned points in seven of seven eight (2-12=14), 11 of the last 16 (5-16=21) and 12-43=55 points in the last 50 games.

HILLER STRONG IN NET: Goaltender Jonas Hiller concluded the regular season ranked tied for seventh among NHL goaltenders in GAA (2.39) and tied for sixth in SV% (.919)...over his last 12 games, Hiller went 8-2-0 with a 2.44 GAA and .919 SV%, stopping 319-of-347 shots…prior to a 3-2 loss to San Jose on Apr. 5 at Honda Center, Hiller won seven consecutive decisions to tie Guy Hebert for the longest winning streak in franchise history (Hebert won seven straight games from Feb. 25-Mar. 22, 1995)...during his seven-game winning streak, Hiller posted a 2.19 GAA (17 GA/466 MIN) and .923 SV% (205-of-222) in eight appearances (7-0-0 with one no-decision)...over his final 32 games of the season, Hiller went 17-10-0 with a 2.51 GAA (75 GA/1796 MIN) and a .913 SV% (788-of-863).

REIGNING ROOKIE: Ducks right wing Bobby Ryan finished the regular season leading all NHL rookies in scoring, goals, power play goals (12), shooting percentage (17.8), points-per-game (.89) and power play points (23) while ranking tied for third in power play assists (11) and tied for fourth in assists... after his recall from the AHL on Nov. 15, he registered 10 more goals and 13 more points than any other rookie in the league (see chart below)… Ryan was the first West-Coast rookie (Pacific Time Zone) to lead the league in points since Luc Robitaille of the LA Kings in 1986-87 (45-39=87)…he was also the first West-Coast rookie to lead the league in goals since Paul Kariya of Anaheim in the lockout-shortened 1994-95 season (18 goals)…he became the first NHL rookie to score 30 goals in a season since Evgeni Malkin had 33 in 2006-07…Ryan became the first rookie in franchise history to record a 20-goal/20-assist season, reaching the 30/20 plateau...he scored his 30th goal (second of the night) Apr. 4 at San Jose, becoming the all-time franchise leader in rookie goals (previously Dustin Penner, 29 goals, 2006-07)...he also broke the club's single-season rookie scoring record with his 46th point on Mar. 22 vs. Phoenix (previously Penner, 29-16=45, 2006-07)...on Apr. 2 in Vancouver, he collected his 26th assist of the season to tie Francois Beauchemin for the franchise rookie record......he finished the regular season with points in six of the last eight games (7-4=11) and in 22 of his last 37 (19-12=31)…Ryan also collected points in 32 of the last 50 contests (27-20=47) and 29-24=53 points in the last 59 games.

THE CAPTAIN LEADS THE WAY, AGAIN: Scott Niedermayer concluded the regular season ranked second among all defensemen in scoring since Jan. 1 (9-31=40)… for the season, he ranked tied for third in the NHL in scoring and assists among defensemen...Niedermayer became Anaheim’s all-time goal scorer among defensemen by surpassing Oleg Tverdovsky with his 46th goal as a Duck on Mar. 8 vs. Minnesota…Niedermayer recorded his third three-point night of the season (1-2=3) on Mar. 31 at EDM, tying a single game career high (18 times)...he earned 2-8=10 points in his final six games, points in nine of the last 16 games (5-11=16) and 14 of 26 (8-15=23), including the game-winning OT goals on Mar. 11 vs. Vancouver and Feb. 11 vs. Calgary...in addition he collected points in 22 of the last 39 (9-26=35) and 26 of the last 46 (10-32=42) games.

CHIPPING IN: Right wing Teemu Selanne finished the regular season on a seven-game scoring streak (4-5=9), which equaled the longest active streak in the league to end the season (also M. Gaborik)….he had points in 10 of the last 11 games (5-7=12) and 12-11=23 points in the last 25...right wing Corey Perry, who earned his 100th NHL assist on Mar. 27 vs. Edmonton, wrapped up 2008-09 on a five-game point streak (4-3=7)…in addition, Perry earned points in eight of the last nine contests (8-5=13), 14 of the last 19 (11-8=19) and 40 points in the final 40 games he appeared in (23-17=40)…defenseman Chris Pronger earned 1-11=12 points in his last 19 games, including a three-assist (0-3=3) night on Mar. 22 vs. Phoenix...he also had 5-23=28 points in his final 47 games…center Erik Christensen picked up 2-7=9 points in his last 15 games and center Andrew Ebbett had points in seven of his last 11 games (3-6=9)...defenseman James Wisniewski had eight assists (0-8=8) in his last nine games while fellow blue-liner Ryan Whitney picked up points in four of the last seven games (0-5=5) and in six of the last 11 (0-7=7).

MILESTONE MOMENT: Left wing Rob Niedermayer appeared in his 1,000th NHL contest on Mar. 19 at Phoenix...collecting an assist that night, Rob and brother Scott became the fourth pair of brothers to reach 1,000 games played...the Niedermayers joined Geoff and Russ Courtnall (1,048 games and 1,029, respectively), Derian and Kevin Hatcher (1,045, 1,157), and Brent & Ron Sutter (1,111, 1,093) in the exclusive category...Rob also become the fourth Duck to reach 1,000 games in 2008-09...the only other team in NHL history to have four players hit the 1,000-game mark in the same season was the 1998-99 Los Angeles Kings (Doug Bodger, Russ Courtnall, Ray Ferraro and Garry Galley)...on Feb. 20 at Detroit, defenseman Chris Pronger became the 85th defenseman all-time and 13th active to hit the 1,000-game milestone...two other Ducks reached the 1,000-game milestone earlier in the regular season: center Todd Marchant on Dec. 22 at Vancouver and defenseman Bret Hedican on Nov. 21 at St. Louis.



Anaheim Ducks
ALL-TIME SERIES SUMMARY vs. DETROIT

Power Penalty
Season Series Results GF GA SF SA Play Killing
1993-94 0-3-1 (0-2-0 in Ana) 12 (3.0) 22 (5.5) 110 (27.5) 151 (37.8) 7-18 (38.8) 10-15 (66.6)
1994-95 0-3-1 (0-1-1 in Ana) 15 (3.8) 21 (5.3) 109 (27.3) 152 (38.0) 5-18 (27.8) 9-12 (75.0)
1995-96 0-3-1 (0-1-1 in Ana) 6 (1.5) 18 (4.5) 98 (24.5) 145 (36.3) 3-18 (11.6) 11-20 (55.0)
1996-97 3-0-1 (2-0-0 in Ana) 7 (1.8) 3 (.08) 99 (24.8) 134 (33.0) 1-11 (09.0) 13-13 (100)
1997-98 0-3-1 (0-2-0 in Ana) 7 (1.8) 13 (3.3) 102 (25.5) 151 (37.8) 1-19 (05.3) 10-16 (62.5)
1998-99 1-3-0 (1-1-0 in Ana) 9 (2.3) 12 (3.0) 110 (27.5) 136 (34.0) 5-23 (21.7) 19-23 (82.6)
1999-00 2-2-0-0 (2-0-0-0 in Ana) 12 (3.0) 13 (3.3) 103 (25.8) 123 (30.8) 4-19 (21.1) 13-18 (72.2)
2000-01 0-3-0-1 (0-2-0-0 in Ana) 6 (1.5) 11 (2.7) 85 (21.2) 149 (37.2) 1-18 (05.6) 16-23 (69.6)
2001-02 1-2-1-0 (0-1-1-0 in Ana) 6 (1.5) 8 (2.0) 103 (25.7) 107 (26.7) 1-18 (05.6) 12-18 (66.6)
2002-03 1-2-0-1 (1-1-0-0 in Ana) 8 (2.0) 9 (2.3) 112 (28.0) 139 (34.8) 2-24 (08.3) 13-15 (86.7)
2003-04 1-2-1-0 (1-0-1-0 in Ana) 13 3.3) 18 (4.5) 115 (28.8) 160 (40.0) 2-11 (18.2) 13-15 (86.6)
2005-06 1-3-0 (1-1-0 in Ana) 6 (1.5) 9 (2.3) 104 (26.0) 130 (32.5) 3-18 (16.7) 19-25 (76.0)
2006-07 2-2-0 (2-0-0 in Ana) 9 (2.3) 6 (1.5) 105 (26.3) 115 (28.8) 4-21 (19.0) 19-22 (86.4)
2007-08 2-1-1 (1-1-0 in Ana) 12 (3.0) 10 (2.5) 88 (22.0) 139 (34.8) 4-24 (16.7) 23-27 (85.2)
2008-09 1-3-0 (1-1-0 in Ana) 11 (2.8) 15 (3.8) 104 (26.0) 152 (38.0) 5-18 (27.8) 15-20 (75.0)
Totals 15-35-10 (12-14-4 in Ana) 139 (2.3) 188 (3.1) 1547 (25.8) 2083 (34.7) 48-278 (17.3) 215-282 (76.2)
2008-09 SERIES NOTES: Anaheim finished the 2008-09 season series with a 1-3-0 record against Detroit…Ryan Getzlaf led all Ducks in scoring, collecting 2-7=9 points in four contests, followed closely by Teemu Selanne’s 3-3=6 points in three games…on Oct. 29 in Anaheim, Francois Beauchemin scored his second GWG of the season 1:39 into overtime as the Ducks earned a 5-4 victory against Detroit…Selanne recorded his 21st career hat trick with three PPG, tying a franchise record…Getzlaf established a career high for points (and assists) and tied a club record in points and assists with 0-5=5…Scott Niedermayer and Chris Pronger each recorded two assists (0-2=2)…J.S. Giguere stopped 34-of-38 shots for his fourth consecutive victory…on Dec. 1 at Joe Louis Arena, Anaheim fell 2-1 to Detroit…the Ducks killed all four Detroit power plays…Chris Kunitz scored the lone Ducks goal at 1:50 of the first period…in his 400th career appearance, Giguere stopped 37-of-38 shots through two periods before being relieved (cramps) by Jonas Hiller…Hiller stopped seven-of-eight shots, recording the loss…on Jan. 14 at Honda Center, Anaheim allowed two goals in 35 seconds during the third period, falling 4-3 to the Red Wings…Getzlaf led all skaters with 1-2=3 points, extending his point streak to seven games…Corey Perry and Steve Montador each earned a goal and an assist…in the final contest between the two clubs on Feb. 20 in Detroit, the Ducks suffered a 5-2 setback…Pronger played in his 1,000th career NHL game…Brian Salcido made his NHL debut, becoming just the 23rd California-born player to play in the NHL.

ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL DUCKS SCORING vs. DETROIT
ALL-TIME AS A DUCK 2008-09
Player GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
T. Selanne 57 20 33 53 26 30 10 19 29 20 3 3 3 6 4
C. Pronger 57 9 27 36 104 10 1 6 7 25 4 0 3 3 6
R. Getzlaf 15 7 13 20 12 15 7 13 20 11 4 2 7 9 4
T. Marchant 51 4 15 19 34 10 0 1 1 12 3 0 0 0 2
S. Niedermayer 33 4 13 17 22 13 0 8 8 16 4 0 3 3 6
R. Niedermayer 37 3 13 16 32 18 1 6 7 22 4 0 0 0 4
C. Perry 15 3 5 8 17 15 3 5 8 17 4 1 2 3 0
B. Hedican 40 0 5 5 38 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0
J. Wisniewski 16 1 3 4 32 - - - - - 2 0 0 0 2
F. Beauchemin 12 1 2 3 14 10 1 2 3 12 1 1 0 1 0
B. Larsen 5 0 2 2 6 - - - - - - - - - -
E. Christensen 2 0 1 1 2 - - - - - 1 0 1 1 0
A. Ebbett 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0
B. Ryan 4 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 1 0
R. Carter 6 1 0 1 4 6 1 0 1 4 3 0 0 0 2
P. Nokelainen 1 0 0 0 2 - - - - - 1 0 0 0 2
S. Brookbank 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0
B. Mikkelson 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2
D. Miller 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
M. Brown 3 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 5
R. Whitney 3 0 0 0 0 - - - - - 1 0 0 0 0
G. Parros 7 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0

------------ALL-TIME ------------- -------------AS A DUCK---------- --------------2008-09---------------
Goaltender GP Min Rec. GA SO GAA GP Min Rec. GA SO GAA GP Min Rec. GA SO GAA
J.S. Giguere 21 1170 5-13-1 52 0 2.67 21 1170 5-13-1 52 0 2.67 4 220 1-2-0 14 0 3.82
J. Hiller 1 19 0-1-0 1 0 3.16 1 19 0-1-0 1 0 3.16 1 19 0-1-0 1 0 3.16


2009 Anaheim Ducks Playoff Highs & Lows

Goals by Period - Highs and Lows
Ducks
1st
2nd
3rd
High
2 - Apr. 21 vs. SJ (CQF Game 3)
2 - two times
2 - four times
Low
0 - two times
0 - two times
0 - Apr. 21 vs. SJ (CQF Game 3)

Opponents
1st
2nd
3rd
High
2 - Apr. 21 vs. SJ (CQF Game 3)
1 - two times
1 - two times
Low
0 - three times
0 - three times
0 - three times

Shots by Period - Highs and Lows
Ducks
1st
2nd
3rd
OT
High
14 - Apr. 19 @ SJ (CQF - Game 2)
15 - Apr. 27 vs. SJ (CQF - Game 6)
9 - two times
3 - Apr. 25 @ SJ
(CQF-Game 5)
Low
4 - Apr. 16 @ SJ (CQF - Game 1)
3 - Apr. 19 @ SJ (CQF - Game 2)
6 - two times
-

Opponents
1st
2nd
3rd
OT
High
20 - Apr. 21 vs. SJ (CQF Game 3)
18 - Apr. 25 @ SJ (CQF Game 5)
13 - Apr. 16 @ SJ (CQF Game 1)
7- Apr. 25 @ SJ (CQF- Game 5)
Low
8 - Apr. 16 @ SJ (CQF Game 1)
8 - two times
7 - Apr. 21 vs. SJ (CQF Game 3)
-



2009 Ducks Postseason Record by Days of the Week
Mon. 1-0 Tues. 0-1 Wed. 0-0 Thurs. 2-0 Fri. 0-0 Sat. 0-1 Sun. 1-0

Ducks Record This Postseason When:
Scoring no goals: 0-0 Allowing no goals: 2-0
Scoring one goal: 0-0 Allowing one goal: 1-0
Scoring two goals: 1-1 Allowing two goals: 1-0
Scoring three goals: 1-1 Allowing three goals: 0-1
Scoring four goals: 2-0 Allowing four goals: 0-1
Scoring five goals or more: 0-0 Allowing five goals or more: 0-0
Overall 4-2 Overall 4-2

Ducks Miscellaneous Records:
When scoring a PP goal: 3-1 When not scoring a PP goal: 1-1
Not allowing a PP goal: 3-0 Allowing a PP goal: 1-2
Winning 50% or more faceoffs: 2-0 Winning less than 50% of faceoffs: 2-2
Day Games (before 5 pm): 0-0 Night Games 4-2
First Game of back-to-back: 0-0 Second Game of back-to-back: 0-0




Anaheim Ducks Player Game by Game
SELANNERYANPERRYBROWNGETZLAFPARROSNOKELAINEN
Date Opp # 8 # 9 # 10 # 13 # 15 # 16 # 17
Apr 16
Apr 19
Apr 21
Apr 23
Apr 25
Apr 27
@ S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
Vs S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
0-0 1/0 13:44
0-1 4/0 11:16
0-0 2/-1 16:35
0-0 1/0 12:01
0-0 1/1 16:49
1-0 (W) 1/0 12:10
0-0 4/1 16:18
1-0 2/-1 18:06
1-0 7/1 21:15
2-0 (W) 4/3 21:12
0-0 4/0 18:23
0-0 2/0 18:53
0-0 1/1 19:46
0-0 5/-1 21:11
0-0 0/1 22:53
1-1 4/3 19:46
1-0 4/0 24:23
1-0 3/0 21:04
0-1 0/0 9:17
0-0 0/0 7:54
0-0 0/0 7:19
0-0 1/0 10:35
0-0 1/-1 8:16
0-1 1/1 11:09
1-1 1/1 20:06
0-0 1/-1 26:21
0-1 3/1 23:55
0-2 3/3 21:51
0-1 0/0 26:48
1-1 2/1 20:56
0-0 0/0 4:24
0-0 0/0 3:34
0-0 1/0 5:41
0-0 0/0 8:39
0-0 1/-1 6:50
0-0 3/1 5:32
0-0 0/0 10:17
0-0 0/0 7:54
0-0 0/0 6:55
DND
DND
DND
Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
 
MILLERWHITNEYCARTERBROOKBANKMARCHANTBEAUCHEMINPRONGER
DateOpp # 18 # 19 # 20 # 21 # 22 # 23 # 25
Apr 16
Apr 19
Apr 21
Apr 23
Apr 25
Apr 27
@ S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
Vs S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
0-0 0/0 14:41
1-0 (W) 4/1 13:19
0-0 4/0 12:24
1-0 2/1 15:12
0-0 1/0 17:10
0-1 3/1 14:37
0-1 0/1 20:57
0-1 1/-1 18:18
0-1 0/1 19:28
0-1 1/2 23:43
0-0 0/-1 28:11
0-0 1/0 18:05
DND
DND
DND
0-0 0/0 7:52
1-0 2/0 12:32
0-1 4/1 10:10
0-0 0/0 11:19
0-0 0/0 7:56
0-0 0/-1 12:08
0-0 0/0 11:11
0-0 0/-1 13:47
0-0 0/1 9:21
0-0 1/0 20:39
0-0 3/1 22:10
0-0 2/0 16:29
0-1 2/1 15:30
0-0 0/0 17:46
0-0 2/0 21:23
0-0 1/0 22:30
0-0 0/0 22:13
0-0 0/-1 20:35
0-0 1/1 17:06
0-0 0/-1 21:16
1-0 1/2 19:03
0-0 1/1 23:24
0-0 0/0 24:54
1-0 3/1 21:48
0-1 2/4 25:00
0-0 4/0 25:48
0-2 2/0 27:23
Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
 
CHRISTENSENNIEDERMAYERWISNIEWSKINIEDERMAYEREBBETTHEDICANLARSEN
DateOpp # 26 # 27 # 34 # 44 # 48
Apr 16
Apr 19
Apr 21
Apr 23
Apr 25
Apr 27
@ S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
Vs S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
0-0 2/0 11:54
0-1 1/0 10:40
0-0 0/-1 12:25
0-0 2/0 12:14
0-0 2/0 9:45
0-0 1/0 6:22
1-0 (W) 1/0 24:42
0-1 3/0 26:51
0-0 6/0 26:21
0-0 0/1 22:43
0-2 2/2 24:47
0-1 2/0 27:59
0-0 1/0 17:14
0-1 1/1 20:02
1-0 2/0 19:57
0-0 1/0 20:37
0-0 1/1 19:00
0-0 3/1 18:27
0-0 1/0 14:35
0-1 0/1 15:33
0-0 0/1 12:49
0-1 1/1 15:20
0-0 0/0 16:52
0-1 0/1 15:41
0-0 2/0 12:13
1-0 1/0 9:48
0-0 0/-1 13:29
0-0 1/0 13:28
0-1 2/1 17:13
0-0 1/0 13:01
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
 
GREENBODIEKONTIOLAMIKKELSONSALCIDOFESTERLINGBELESKEY
DateOpp
Apr 16
Apr 19
Apr 21
Apr 23
Apr 25
Apr 27
@ S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
Vs S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
 
WIRTANENHILLERGIGUERELEVASSEUR
DateOpp # 1 # 35
Apr 16
Apr 19
Apr 21
Apr 23
Apr 25
Apr 27
@ S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
Vs S.J
@ S.J
Vs S.J
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
0-35 W 60
2-44 W 60
4-35 L 59
0-31 W 60
3-48 L 66
1-37 W 60
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
DND
Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played