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ANAHEIM DUCKS 2011-12 GAME RECAPS


MARCH 25, 2012 - ANAHEIM 2 vs. BOSTON 3 The Ducks rallied from a 2-0 deficit, but couldn’t complete the eventual comeback, falling to the Bruins, 3-2...Teemu Selanne scored the 248th power play goal of his career at 9:11 of the second period, surpassing Luc Robitaille for sole possession of fourth in all-time PPG in the process...Cam Fowler and Ryan Getzlaf assisted on the extra-man marker... Lubomir Visnovsky (unassisted) made the score 3-2 with just 2:29 remaining in regulation and despite adding an extra attacker, the Ducks were unable to score in the final seconds of the contest to tie it...Jonas Hiller stopped 22-of-25 shots on net...Selanne’s appearance in the contest was his 850th as an Anaheim Duck. PP: 1-3 PK: 0-2


SF: 27 SA: 25 TOI: Beauchemin (24:10) Three Stars: 1. Rolston 2. Selanne 3. Chara MARCH 28, 2012 - ANAHEIM 3 vs. SAN JOSE 1


The Ducks completed their season series against the San Jose Sharks with a franchise-best 5-1-0 record (.833 win%) follow- ing a 3-1 victory at Honda Center...making his club-record 70th appearance of the season, Jonas Hiller turned away 28-of- 29 shots to help guide Anaheim to its third win in the last four games...Bobby Ryan opened the scoring with his 28th of the season at 9:22 of the second period, assisted by Devante Smith-Pelly and Nick Bonino...after San Jose responded 52 seconds later to tie the score, Anaheim regained the lead on Teemu Selanne’s 25th of the year at 5:22 of the third...Se- lanne’s goal, assisted by Luca Sbisa and Saku Koivu, held up as the game-winner, marking the 106th of his career...Corey Perry was credited with an empty-net tally with nine seconds remaining in regulation to clinch the win. PP: 0-0 PK: 0-1


SF: 27 SA: 29 TOI: Sbisa (22:37) Three Stars: 1. Ryan 2. Hiller 3. Pavelski


MARCH 31, 2012 - ANAHEIM 0 @ PHOENIX 4 The Ducks were shutout for the seventh time of 2011-12 in their final meeting of the season with the Coyotes...the club registered a season-high 44 shots on net, blanked by Phoenix goalie Mike Smith...Jeff Deslauriers stopped 25-of-29 shots in his third appearance for Anaheim in 2011-12. PP: 0-6 PK: 3-4


SF: 44 SA: 29 TOI: Beauchemin (23:39) Three Stars: 1. Whitney 2. Smith 3. Vrbata APRIL 1, 2012 - ANAHEIM 1 vs. EDMONTON 2


Concluding their 2011-12 home schedule, the Ducks held the Edmonton Oilers to 15 shots but finished on the losing end of a 2-1 decision at Honda Center...Teemu Selanne scored Anaheim’s lone goal, marking the 663rd of his career and leaving him one shy of matching Jaromir Jagr for a share of 11th place on the NHL’s all-time goals list...Niklas Hagman recorded his 300th career NHL point with an assist on the Selanne tally...Saku Koivu also earned his 25th assist of the season on Teemu’s 26th of the year...extending his single-season team records in appearances and starts to 71 games, Jonas Hiller turned away 13-of-15 shots in the tough-luck loss...recently promoted Mat Clark made his NHL debut vs. the Oilers, recording two blocked shots in 11:02 TOI. PP: 0-5 PK: 0-1


SF: 33 SA: 15 TOI: Visnovsky (23:42) Three Stars: 1. Selanne 2. Dubnyk 3. Visnovsky


APRIL 3, 2012 - ANAHEIM 4 at VANCOUVER 5 (SO) Opening their final road trip of the season, the Ducks were unable to hold three separate leads and lost in a shootout, 5-4...three Ducks recorded multi-point games, including a career-tying (fifth-time) three-assist night from Bobby Ryan (0-3=3)...Corey Perry (1-1=2) and Devante Smith-Pelly (1-1=2) also contributed multi-point efforts on the night...Ryan Getzlaf and Rod Pelley each scored a goal, while Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu earned single assists...Selanne scored the lone Anaheim shootout goal...Jonas Hiller stopped 35-of-39 shots in his league-leading 72nd start of the season. PP: 1-3 PK: 0-5


SF: 24 SA: 39 TOI: Fowler (27:08) Three Stars: 1. Burrows 2. Ryan 3. H. Sedin


APRIL 5, 2012 - ANAHEIM 3 at EDMONTON 2 (OT) Ryan Getzlaf scored on a breakaway in overtime to lead Anaheim to a 3-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place...Getzlaf’s fourth career overtime goal helped extend Anaheim’s point streak in Western Canada to 12 games (9-0-3 since Mar. 26, 2010) and also extend the team’s club-record winning streak in Edmonton to nine games (9-0-0)...Andrew Cogliano and Bobby Ryan scored both of Anaheim’s regulation goals in the second period, their 13th and 29th of the sea- son, respectively...Luca Sbisa earned his 19th assist on the Cogliano goal, while Devante Smith-Pelly and Nick Bonino picked up their sixth and 13th helpers on the Ryan tally...making his fourth start as a Duck, Jeff Deslauriers turned away 24-of-26 shots vs. his former Edmonton team and recorded his third win of the season. PP: 0-1 PK: 0-1


SF: 17 SA: 26 TOI: Brookbank (24:23) APRIL 7, 2012 - ANAHEIM 2 at CALGARY 5


The Ducks concluded their 2011-12 season with a 5-2 loss to the Calgary Flames at Scotiabank Saddledome…the setback snapped Anaheim’s point streak in Western Canada at 12 games, dating to Mar. 26, 2010…Bobby Ryan scored both Ana- heim goals for his 30th and 31st of the year, giving him four consecutive 30-goal seasons…Ryan joined Teemu Selanne (1996-00) and Paul Kariya (1998-02) as the only Ducks will 30-or-more goals in four straight campaigns, and Alex Ovech- kin as the only active players to accomplish the feat in their first four full NHL seasons…in addition, Ryan became one of seven NHL players with 30-plus goals in each of the last four years (also Iginla, Kovalchuk, Ovechkin, Kessel, Marleau, Nash)...Saku Koivu, Niklas Hagman and Ryan Getzlaf earned single assists on the Ryan tallies…making his 73rd appear- ance and start to match Pekka Rinne for the league lead in both categories in 2011-12, Jonas Hiller turned away 18-of-23 shots in the loss. PP: 1-5 PK: 0-3


SF: 25 SA: 23 TOI: Beauchemin (26:07) Three Stars: 1. Aliu 2. Bouwmeester 3. Karlsson 88 Three Stars: 1. Eberle 2. Selanne 3. Schultz


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