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Game 10: Anaheim At San Jose
Anaheim (2-6-1) At San Jose (3-8-0)
Pregame Show: DucksNPucks Podcast
TV: 7:30 PM PT, ESPN
Radio & Post Game Show: Ducks Stream
The Ducks finally ended their seven game losing streak. Anaheim got down 3-1 early in the third period against Toronto, but then were able to mount a comeback. The Ducks scored three times in the third period and appeared set to win 4-3 in regulation, but the go ahead score was erased by goalie interference. It was a questionable call to say the least, but the Ducks were able to eventually pull out a win in overtime thanks to Trevor Zegras.
Anaheim has been averaging 37.2 shots on goal against, while registering 27.2 in their favor. The Ducks have struggled on the penalty kill(64.5% efficiency) and on the power play(7.7% efficiency). The team has been averaging 2.22 goals per game, but has also been giving up 4.22 against.
Troy Terry leads the Ducks with 10 total points(4 G + 6 A).
Jamie Drysdale will be out with a torn labrum(left shoulder) for 4-6 months the Ducks announced yesterday.
Sam Carrick was placed on a conditioning loan to San Diego.
Urho Vaakanainen suffered an upper-body injury when he slammed into the boards during a preseason game against the San Jose Sharks. He is currently on the IR.
John Moore is also on the IR with an undisclosed injury.
Pavol Regenda was reassigned to San Diego.
Glenn Gawdin was called up to Anaheim.
Jarod Hilderman signed a PTO with San Diego.
San Jose Outlook
Like the Ducks, the Sharks have also had a slow start to their season. San Jose started the season with five consecutive losses. Since then they alternated wins and losses over the last six games. The Sharks have had a difficult time scoring goals only averaging 2.18 per game, which is the league worst(barely behind Anaheim). Their penalty has been excellent at 93.8% efficiency and the power play average at 15.2%. San Jose continues to look for consistency in their game.
Erik Karlsson leads the team with 11 total points(6 G + 5 A).
Projected Lineup (Per Sheng Peng)
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November 1st, 2022