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Sun, Feb 7, 2016

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The Ducks continue to play extremely well as they rise from the ashes of a truly dreadful start. Three straight wins going into the break and seven victories in their last 10 have Anaheim inching closer to a playoff spot.
Anaheim has won four of its past five games and is in a stretch where they've earned W's in nine of 13. Corey Perry has five goals and six points in his past seven.
The Ducks are 7-3-1 in their last 11 and may have some stifling defense to thank for that. Anaheim has become harder to play against it appears, but it still needs to find ways to keep scoring up. Perhaps new addition David Perron can help there after struggling in Pittsburgh.
The Ducks have been better of late with points in seven of their last 10 games, but there's little to suggest they're turning the corner. Anaheim remains four points out of a playoff spot and still can't score consistently.
How lucky are the Ducks that the Pacific has been so poor this year? They're back in playoff position despite scoring fewer goals than any other team in the NHL.
The Ducks are in last place in the worst division in hockey, but have three big road games coming up against divisional foes. The Ducks' veterans were recently called out by GM Bob Murray during the holiday break and responded with a big game after it ended. Perhaps the fire has been lit under Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry.
The Ducks have managed a few more wins of late, but they remain a goal scoring disaster. Anaheim has scored two or fewer in 10 of their last 12 games. They're still alive in the brutal Pacific, but something's got to give soon.
The Ducks are playing better as a group and goalie John Gibson has provided stability. In his seven appearances this year, Gibson owns a 4-2-1 record, .944 save percentage and 1.47 goals-against average.
There have been so many stops and starts, and some devastating losses -- perhaps none worse than the Black Friday loss to the Blackhawks. The clock continues to tick on their hopes of getting back in the race.
Since a four-game winning streak to start November, the Ducks have been unable to string wins together. They're 2-3-2 in their past seven and consistent goal-scoring continues to be a major issue.
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Widely considered one of the best teams coming into the season, a 0-1-1 start doesn't look great, but it's hardly reason to allow the Ducks to drop out of the top 10. We'll see how they respond next week.
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