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The Ducks are still within striking distance, but their Presidents' Trophy hopes appear limited at best. Now they have two games to protect home ice through at least the Western Conference Final.
The Presidents' Trophy leaders have a three-point lead on the field as of this writing. The Ducks have seven wins in their last nine games and close out the season with four games against non-playoff teams.
The Ducks are in the same predicament as last season at this time. They don't have a clear-cut No. 1 goalie between Frederik Andersen and John Gibson. There isn't much time to figure it out, either. The Ducks still keep stringing wins together, though.
After a brief three-game slide, the Ducks responded with solid wins over the Wild and Predators in which they flexed their defensive muscle some more. They have a shot at the Presidents' Trophy, but they're still very much a wait-and-see in the playoffs kind of team.
Though they've lost their last two games, their cold snaps never seem to last too long. Before this mini skid, the Ducks had won their previous four in regulation. They basically have the Pacific locked up, but Anaheim should still be focused on finishing the season strong anyway.
The Ducks spent a lot of time looking at their blue line and brought some nice balance to it. Veteran James Wisnieski has been a solid producer. Earlier additions of forwards Jiri Sekac and Tomas Fleischmann should prove important as well.
The Ducks endured one of their toughest stretches of the season when they went 1-4-1 over a six-game stretch. Now they've won three straight and have reaffirmed their control over the Pacific Division.
The Ducks are in the midst of their toughest stretch with four losses in five games, yet still lead the Pacific by 10 points.
The Ducks now trail the Predators by one point in the President's Trophy race and now nervously await word on starting goalie Frederik Andersen's status update after he was struck in the head by a falling net Sunday.
The Ducks have been extremely impressive this year when it comes to winning one-goal games. Anaheim is 22-6 in games decided by a single tally this season. They've been a tough out all year long.
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Even though they got tripped up by the Penguins' potent offense in the opener, the Ducks are seeing early returns on offseason acquisition Ryan Kesler. He has five points, as do Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry.
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