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Ducks 5, Predators 2

Ducks 5, Predators 2: Captain Ryan Getzlaf scored two goals and set up another as visiting Anaheim halted its three-game losing streak. Corey Perry, Emerson Etem and Mathieu Perreault also tallied for the Ducks, who scored a total of two goals during their slide. Defenseman Hampus Lindholm recorded a pair of assists and Jonas Hiller turned aside 36 shots.

Preview: Wild at Ducks

After an eventful week which saw Anaheim suffer its first regulation loss at home before defeating Los Angeles twice, the Ducks will try to avoid a letdown - and bid for their seventh straight victory over the Wild - when they host Minnesota on Tuesday. Anaheim is coming off a 3-0 victory over the Kings on Saturday before 54,099 at Dodger Stadium to improve to 21-3-0 in its last 24 games while increasing its NHL-leading point total to 83 - seven more than Chicago and Pittsburgh.

Ducks rebound with win over Blues

Ducks rebound with win over Blues ST. LOUIS -- Coming off only their second loss in the last six weeks, the Anaheim Ducks were determined to have a better effort Saturday night against the St. Louis Blues. They got exactly what they wanted. Center Ryan Getzlaf scored one goal and assisted on another and rookie goalie Frederik Andersen stopped 34 of 36 St. Louis shots to give the Ducks a 3-2 win, one night after they lost 4-2 in Chicago on Friday night.

Preview: Ducks at Blues

Coming off a rare home defeat and with a game against the league's hottest team on deck, the St. Louis Blues received a boost when leading goal-scorer Alex Steen was cleared to return to the lineup. Steen, who missed the last 11 games due to a concussion, will rejoin the team for Saturday's home matchup against the rampaging Anaheim Ducks. Steen was second in the league with 24 goals - matching his career high - when he was injured in a game against the Edmonton Oilers on Dec. 21.

Preview: Ducks at Blackhawks

The Anaheim Ducks are in the midst of one of the most dominant stretches in NHL history - and their opponents on Friday, the Chicago Blackhawks, know a thing or two about extended periods of dominance. The Ducks extended their winning streak to eight games Wednesday with a 9-1 win over Vancouver in a result that featured the largest offensive outburst in franchise history. But they'll be in for a tough time against a Chicago team that is 16-3-7 at home this season.

Ducks 4, Predators 3

Ducks 4, Predators 3: Captain Ryan Getzlaf recorded two goals and an assist as visiting Anaheim erased a two-goal deficit to improve to 15-1-0 in its last 16 games.

Preview: Sharks at Ducks

Two days after ending the Ducks' franchise-record 10-game winning streak, the San Jose Sharks attempt to hand Anaheim its first regulation loss at home when the Pacific Division rivals complete their home-and-home series on Tuesday. San Jose posted a 3-1 victory at the SAP Center on Sunday, dealing Anaheim its first defeat since a 3-2 shootout setback against Los Angeles on Dec. 3 and ending the Ducks' 13-game point streak (11-0-2).

Perry pushes goal streak to 7 as Ducks top Wild

Perry pushes goal streak to 7 as Ducks top Wild ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Corey Perry is wielding a hot stick. The Anaheim right winger scored for the seventh consecutive game and helped the Ducks hold off the Minnesota Wild for a 2-1 victory Wednesday night before 15,252 at Honda Center.

Preview: Wild at Ducks

The Minnesota Wild attempt to accomplish a feat 13 others were unable to when they visit the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday. Anaheim has yet to lose in regulation at home this season, going 11-0-2. The Ducks kept that mark intact Monday, when it posted a 5-2 triumph over the New York Islanders behind a two-goal performance by Corey Perry.

Ducks 5, Islanders 2

Ducks 5, Islanders 2: Corey Perry tallied twice to extend his career-high goal-scoring streak to six games as Anaheim handed reeling New York its 10th consecutive loss overall (0-8-2) and franchise-record 10th straight setback on the road.
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