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    Post by jedi17 Thu 09 Mar 2017, 8:35 pm

    Ducks at Hawks GameDay Preview
    March 9, 2017, 8:07 AM ET [99 Comments]
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    Anaheim Ducks (34-22-10) at Chicago Blackhawks (42-18-5)
    7:30PM Central/5:30 Pacific
    CSN-Chicago/KCOP


    STARTING GOALIES:

    Anaheim: Jonathan Bernier
    Chicago: Corey Crawford


    STATS:

    GOALS PER GAME:
    Anaheim 2.56
    Chicago 3.00

    GOALS AGAINST:
    Anaheim 2.52
    Chicago 2.51

    POWER PLAY
    Anaheim 19%
    Chicago 19.5%

    PENALTY KILL
    Anaheim 84.8%
    Chicago 76.9%

    SHOTS FOR/AGAINST
    Anaheim 29.7/29.4
    Chicago 30.3/31.3




    NOTES:
    The Hawks haven't faced the Ducks since November, a game Chicago won, and they are 7-2-1 versus Anaheim in the last 10 meetings. All that said, this is still a strong Ducks team. 

    The big news tonight is the return of Johnny Oduya alongside Niklas Hjalmarsson. One of the last memories Hawk fans have of Oduya was anchoring essentially a four-man defense rotation that beat the Ducks in the 2015 Western Conference finals—even after a physical barrage that Duck center Ryan Kesler predicted "no human could handle."

    Those were the days.

    I'll have a recap tomorrow.

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