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Ducks' Maroon Tallies First Point In Series
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Maroon scored one of his team's two goals -- his first of the series -- in their 2-1 Game 3 victory over the Blackhawks.Maroon had been silent in both games at the Honda Center to start the series, but wasted no time in Game 3 as he opened the scoring on a power play in the first. The goal comes as his fifth of the postseason, tied with Matt Beleskey and trailing only Corey Perry's eight for the team lead.
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Nordstrom Back In For 'Hawks
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Nordstrom made just his third appearance of the playoffs Thursday in a Game 3 loss to Anaheim, skating 7:06 and going minus-1 with a shot on goal and three hits.Nordstrom hasn't seen much playing time in the postseason, obviously, but he and Kris Versteeg were surprising additions to Thursday's lineup, with Antoine Vermette and Teuvo Teravainen sitting out to make room. Even if Nordstrom stays on the ice come Saturday's Game 4, he's a very low-upside fantasy option.
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Hawks' Versteeg Back In For Game 3
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Versteeg was reinserted into the Chicago lineup for the first time in nearly a month Thursday. He skated 13:31 and didn't record a point in a Game 3 loss to Anaheim.It was his first appearance since Game 6 of the first round against Nashville, way back on April 25. Versteeg and Joakim Nordstrom were surprise additions to the Hawks' lineup, with Antoine Vermette and Teuvo Teravainen sitting out. We'll see whether Chicago redeploys Versteeg in Game 4, but he's not much of a fantasy option at this point.
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Getzlaf's Helpers Boost Ducks Yet Again
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Getzlaf assisted on both Anaheim goals Thursday in Game 3 against Chicago, helping out on Patrick Maroon's power-play tally and Simon Despres' game-winner.Getzlaf may only have two goals this postseason -- and he didn't so much as put a shot on goal Thursday -- but he's racked up 14 assists in 12 games, which is good enough to put him in a three-way tie for the second-most playoff points. No one else in these playoffs has even cracked double digits in assists.
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Anaheim's Despres Scores Game 3 Winner
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Despres scored his first goal of the playoffs in Game 3 on Thursday, beating Chicago's Corey Crawford with 55 seconds remaining in the second period to break a 1-1 tie, which ended up being the winning tally.
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