AHAHEIM—As the Canucks continued to struggle on the road, their battle against
After taking a rough beating from the Kings on Saturday,
The Ducks slow start on offense in the first lead to a different approach eight and half minutes into the second as Corey Perry scored his team leading 11th goal on a tip in from Beauchemin’s long drive. Perry fought past
Nick Bonino scored five minutes later on a snap shot from the glove side of Lack to regain their single goal margin.
The Ducks ran the pace of the third period holding Vancouver and themselves to seven shots leading to the end of regulation. Before the horn could sound, the Canucks who went for the sixth man in a desperate attempt to scratch out a win had trouble clearing it from their end. The Ducks noticed the Canucks troubles and a scramble on the boards was won by Cogliano to score his fifth on the empty net. That sealed the endless troubles that
The Ducks are on cloud nine with an eight game winning streak at home. They are the hottest team in the NHL with five wins in a row and lead the league overall with 31 points. The Ducks will have to hold their fire on a four game trip facing the Florida Panthers on Tuesday in their quest to have a strong hold of the Pacific Division lead.
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