ANAHEIM DUCKS NOTES:
LAST ANAHEIM DUCKS GAME
Feb. 23, 2023 – ANAHEIM 4 @ WASHINGTON 2
The Ducks earned their first win of a four-game road trip following a 4-2 victory over the Washington Capitals Thursday night at Capital One Arena, improving to 1-1-1 on the trip to date. John Gibson made 41 saves, his league-leading 10th contest with 40-plus saves this season. Gibson’s 21st save of the game marked his 1,323rd of the season (entered at a league-high 1,302), marking the most saves by any NHL goaltender in his first 40 games of the season since Jacques Plante (NYR) stopped 1,396 shots through 40 games in 1963-64. Prior to the game, Bernie Parent (PHI) was the only other goalie since 1963-64 with as many as 1,322 saves in 40 games in 1968-69. Cam Fowler earned two assists, his 398th and 399th career points, his third multi-point effort the last five games (2-5=7, +3). Jakob Silfverberg scored his seventh goal of 2022-23 and 148th goal as a Duck to surpass Bobby Ryan (147) for sole possession of seventh on the franchise’s all-time goals list. Troy Terry scored his 14th goal, the game-tying goal, in his return to the lineup following a seven-game absence due to injury. Isac Lundestrom and Derek Grant (empty net) each netted their third goal of the campaign. Dmitry Kulikov recorded his fifth point the last five games (1-4=5, +4). Kevin Shattenkirk also tallied his fifth point the last five games with an assist (2-3=5). Colton White tallied his fourth assist to tie his career high for assists in a single season (also four in 2021-22 w/NJD). Max Comtois also earned an assist, his fifth of 2022-23. Ryan Strome faced his brother, Dylan Strome, for the first time as a Duck, marking his seventh win in seven career meetings (7-0-0).
PP: 0-43 PK: 2-3 SF: 21 SA: 43 TOI: Kevin Shattenkirk (21:36)
Three Stars: 1. J. Gibson 2. C. Fowler 3. T. Oshie Game Summary | Event Summary | Game Recap
UPCOMING GAME SCHEDULE
DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME (PT) TV / AUDIO
Feb. 27 Chicago Honda Center 7 p.m. BSSC / Ducks Stream
Mar. 1 Washington Honda Center 7 p.m. BSSC / Ducks Stream
Mar. 3 Montreal Honda Center 7 p.m. BSSC / Ducks Stream
Mar. 7 Seattle Climate Pledge Arena 7 p.m. ESPN+ / Ducks Stream
Mar. 8 Vancouver Rogers Arena 7 p.m. TNT / Ducks Stream
Feb. 6 Placed D Urho Vaakanainen on Injured Reserve (IR).
Feb. 7 Activated C Derek Grant from Injured Reserve (IR).
Feb. 10 Recalled G Olle Eriksson Ek from San Diego (AHL). Placed Troy Terry on Injured Reserve (IR).
Feb. 11 Recalled G Lukas Dostal from San Diego (AHL) and reassigned G Olle Eriksson Ek to San Diego.
Feb. 23 Acquired LW Josiah Slavin from Chicago for RW Hunter Drew. Activated RW Troy Terry from Injured Reserve (IR) and placed C Adam Henrique on IR.
ANAHEIM DUCKS INJURIES
Man-Games Lost: 314
PLAYER INJURY/ILLNESS EXPECTED ABSENCE GAMES MISSED
John Moore Upper-body Indefinite 59
Jamie Drysdale Torn labrum (shoulder) 4-6 months 51
Justin Kirkland Car accident Day-to-day 19
Urho Vaakanainen Lower-body Day-to-day 9
Anthony Stolarz Lower-body Day-to-day 7
John Klingberg Lower-body Day-to-day 2
Adam Henrique Lower-body Week-to-week 1
ANAHEIM DUCKS NOTES
TONIGHT’S GAME: The Anaheim Ducks conclude a four-game road trip tonight against the Carolina Hurricanes at PNC Arena (4 p.m. PT, TV: Bally Sports SoCal AUDIO: Ducks Stream). Anaheim enters tonight with a 1-1-1 mark on the road trip in addition to a 5-4-3 record the last 12 road games and 7-5-3 mark over the past 15 contests away from home. The Ducks have also earned points in eight of the last 12 games overall (5-5-2) and a 6-6-2 record the last 14 contests. Anaheim continues its 11-game February schedule (2-5-2 to date), consisting of four home and seven road contests. All-time, Anaheim is 155-129-36 in the month of February and 58-50-14 in the month since the start of 2012-13, earning points in 72 of the 122 games (.590%). Cam Fowler enters tonight’s game one point shy of 400 career points, which would see him become the first Ducks defensemen and sixth player to reach the milestone. Following tonight’s game, the Ducks return to Orange County to begin a three-game homestand Monday, Feb. 27 vs. Chicago (7 p.m. PT).
CAROLINA HURRICANES NOTES:
The Hurricanes earned a 4-0 win over the Ottawa Senators at PNC Arena on Friday, improving to 4-0-0 on their current homestand and extending their win streak to five games. Sebastian Aho and Andrei Svechnikov each tallied two assists, while Brent Burns, Seth Jarvis, Martin Necas and Brady Skjei each scored for Carolina. Antti Raanta stopped all 32 shots faced in net to register his third shutout of the season and his 30th win with the Hurricanes.
Jake Gardiner, upper-body, missed 57 games (10/12-2/24)
Ondrej Kase, concussion, missed 56 games (10/14-2/24)
Max Pacioretty, torn Achilles, missed 12 games (1/21-2/24)
2022-23 Man-Games Lost Due to Injury: 221
DATE OPPONENT TIME TV RADIO
Feb. 25 Anaheim 7 p.m. BSSO HRN
March 1 at Vegas 10 p.m. TNT HRN
March 3 at Arizona 9:30 p.m. BSSO HRN
March 5 Tampa Bay 3 p.m. TNT HRN
March 7 at Montreal 7 p.m. BSSO HRN
- All times are Eastern | BSSO = Bally Sports South | HRN = Hurricanes Radio Network
UPCOMING PRACTICE SCHEDULE
DATE DAY LOCATION TIME
Feb. 25 Saturday No morning skate
Feb. 26 Sunday No practice
Feb. 27 Monday PNC Arena 11 a.m.
Feb. 28 Tuesday PNC Arena 11 a.m.
March 1 Wednesday T-Mobile Arena 11:30 a.m.
- All times are local. Times and locations are subject to change.
HURRICANES vs. DUCKS SERIES NOTES
— Carolina is facing Anaheim in the second and final meeting between the teams during the 2022-23 season.
— The Hurricanes and Ducks are meeting for the 44th time in their histories. Carolina holds a 17-16-2-8 overall record, including a 9-7-1-4 home record and a 15-13-2-8 record since relocation.
— The Ducks lead the season series 1-0-0 in 2022-23 (Hurricanes: 0-0-1), and Anaheim is 12-4-0 in the teams’ last 16 matchups dating back to 3/2/14 (Carolina: 4-6-6).
— Carolina suffered a 4-3 overtime loss against Anaheim at Honda Center on 12/6. Sebastian Aho, Brady Skjei and Jordan Staal scored for the Hurricanes, while Pyotr Kochetkov made 26 saves in net.
— Sebastian Aho has registered eight points (4g, 4a) in 11 career regular-season games against Anaheim.
— Brent Burns has recorded 46 points (15g, 31a) in 73 career regular-season games against the Ducks, marking the fourth-most assists and third-most points against Anaheim of any active NHL player.
— Stefan Noesen made his NHL debut with the Ducks on 4/3/15 and scored two goals in 14 games with Anaheim from 2015-17. He has also registered five points (4g, 1a) in six games against the Ducks, tied for his most goals against any NHL opponent.
— Paul Stastny has tallied 25 points (6g, 19a) in 43 career regular-season games against Anaheim.
— Ducks General Manager Pat Verbeek played 433 games for the Whalers from 1989-95. He ranks third in franchise history in career penalty minutes (1,144) and power play goals (73), seventh in points (403) and ninth in goals (192). Acquired from NJD in exchange for Sylvain Turgeon on 6/17/89, Verbeek was traded to NYR in exchange for Glen Featherstone, Michael Stewart, a first-round pick in the 1995 NHL Draft (Jean-Sebastian Giguere) and a fourth-round pick in the 1996 NHL Draft (Steve Wasylko) on 3/23/95.
— Ducks Assistant General Manager Rob DiMaio registered 24 points (6g, 18a) in 74 games with Carolina in 2000-01. He was acquired from NYR along with Darren Langdon in exchange for Sandy McCarthy and a fourth-round pick in the 2001 NHL Draft (Bryce Lampman) on 8/4/00.
— Ducks Assistant General Manager Martin Madden served as an amateur scout for the Hurricanes from 2005-08.
The Hurricanes are closing their ninth of 14 sets of back-to-back games in 2022-23. With a win over the Senators on Friday, they are now 6-2-1 in the first game and 7-0-1 in the second game of back-to-backs this season.