BLUES AT DUCKS
When: Wednesday, March 3
Where: Honda Center in Anaheim
Watch: NBC Sports Network, NBC Sports App
Listen: 101 ESPN, NHL App
Season series presented by Jack Daniel's: Blues lead 3-0
WHAT TO WATCH
The St. Louis Blues are looking to improve to a perfect 3-0 on the current six-game West Coast road trip. Can they win again and get their eighth straight road win against the Ducks?
Since returning to the top line two games ago, Zach Sanford has recorded five points (three goals, two assists) with linemates Ryan O'Reilly and Jordan Kyrou.
Video: Blues ahead of meeting with Ducks
THE SERIES SO FAR
Jan. 30: Blues 6, Ducks 1
Jordan Kyrou scored 20 seconds in, Zach Sanford followed it up with a goal at the 57-second mark and then Kyrou scored again at 2:06, giving the Blues a new franchise record for the fastest to three goals to begin a game (126 seconds). It was the fastest to the mark in 34 years and fifth fastest all-time in NHL history. David Perron, Kyle Clifford and Vince Dunn also scored in a 6-1 rout at Honda Center.
Jan. 31: Blues 4, Ducks 1
Brayden Schenn scored two goals to increase his point streak to seven games in a 4-1 win against the Anaheim Ducks. Ville Husso made 25 saves to net his first career NHL win, helping the Blues sweep the a two-game set with the Ducks at Honda Center.
March 1: Blues 5, Ducks 4
Zach Sanford had two goals and an assist, Dakota Joshua scored his first career goal in his NHL debut and Ville Husso made 29 saves to help the Blues hold off the Ducks for a 5-4 road win. The Blues improved to 8-2-0 away from Enterprise Center.
Dakota Joshua became the 17th player in Blues history to score a goal in his NHL debut. The last one was Wade Megan on Dec. 22, 2016… The Blues have scored eight power-play goals in the last 19 opportunities against the Ducks, while the PK is 21-for-24… Brayden Schenn recorded his 200th point as a Blue on Monday night.