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Calgary Flames at Anaheim Ducks [Game 38]

Going for the second win in 13 years in Anaheim



8:00 PM MST
Radio Network Arena Network Radio
960 AM CFAC SN Honda Center PRIM 830 AM KLAA
League Value Metric Value League
19th 54.1% Points Percentage 52.6% 21st
21st 14.73% Net Power Play Percentage 16.35% 12th
27th 79.83% Net Penalty Kill Percentage 85.71% 10th
24th 94.56% Combined Special Teams Percentage 102.06% 12th
23rd 2.78 Goals for per Game (All Situations) 2.68 27th
18th 2.95 Goals against per Game (All Situations) 2.95 19th
11th .27 Penalty +/- per Game (All Situations) -.95 31st
8th 52.18% Shot Attempt Percentage (5V5 Score Adjusted) 47.02% 27th
7th 52.77% Scoring Chance Percentage (5V5 Score Adjusted) 46.11% 30th
22nd 99.49% P.D.O. (5V5) 100.82% 10th
26th 6.82% Shooting Percentage (5V5) 8.02% 11th
12th 92.66% Save Percentage (5V5) 92.79% 9th
Data from and Natural Stat Trick
The Enemies’ Lair
Anaheim Calling

The Calgary Flames are going for just their second win against the Anaheim Ducks in Anaheim in 13 years tonight in the second game of this California back-to-back. The Ducks have been quite lackluster this year and there’s good reason to believe that the Flames can come out on top even in the schedule loss. Anaheim is one of the worst possession teams in the league.

They’ll have to do it without the services of Michael Frolik however as he broke his jaw in last night’s contest and is week to week. Curtis Lazar is back in as Jaromir Jagr bumps up to the second line. Glen Gulutzan has also opted to play Matt Bartkowski over Brett Kulak, an inexplicable and inexcusable offense. Bartkowski is one of the four worst defensemen in the league.

Mike Smith will return to the net tonight. John Gibson will go for the Ducks. Puck drop is at 8:05 P.M. M.S.T.

by Les Mavus