Canucks Game Night: ducks flying higher with an excess of goals

Anaheim’s unexpected offensive monster calls out the suddenly revived Canucks at Rogers Arena for the final game of their seven-game home run.

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(6-4-3, 3rd in the Pacific Division)


(5-6-1, 7th in the Pacific Division)

Tonight , 7 pm, Rogers Arena.

TV : Sportsnet. Radio : Sportsnet 650.


Who are these guys? The Ducks swept a four-game home run and outscored the opposition 15-4. They have scored 42 goals in 13 games, ranking third overall behind Florida (46) and Edmonton (45), and have scored three or more goals 11 times. The Canucks snapped a 0-for-18 drought in power play Sunday with three goals in a 6-3 win over the Dallas Stars, their biggest special teams outburst of the season, and a first unit that has always been seen. so good on paper, but not ice, finally delivered.



1. Troy Terry GP 12 G 8 A 6 PTS 14 (E)


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2. Kevin Shattenkirk GP 13 G 3 A 9 PTS 12 (+8)

3. Adam Henrique GP 13 G 5 A 6 PTS 11 (+1)


1. JT Miller GP 12 G 5 A 9 PTS 14 (+2)

2. Conor Garland GP 12 G 3 A 8 PTS 11 (+6)

3. Bo Horvat GP 12 G 5 A 5 PTS 10 (+3)


DUCKS: PP 27.7% (6th) PK 85.0 (9th)

CANUCKS: PP 18.3% (20th) PK 63.8% (32nd)


1. Terry is crying: Troy Terry had never scored more than seven goals in an NHL season. The Ducks winger already has eight, and his 11-point streak of eight goals and six assists is the longest of the season. He scored the lead goal Sunday in a 4-1 win over St Louis and has a shooting accuracy of 32 percent.

2. Getzlaf continues to drive: Many miles on the hockey odometer, but the 36-year-old center is off to a fast start with 11 points (1-10) in his first 13 games and a 57.2 percent success rate in the head-to-head circle. . On October 31, he drew an assist for his 989 spot to surpass Teemu Selanne’s franchise mark.


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3. Brown is the color of PP: Former Canucks assistant coach Newell Brown is making an expected impact in a sixth-overall power game that is making a difference on many nights. Creative Brown was a huge fan of the drop pass while in Vancouver and will likely draw other wrinkles on Tuesday.

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