With tonight’s victory, the Ducks have clinched the top record in the Western Conference (number 1 seed) for the first time in club history. Anaheim will play Dallas in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs (schedule TBD). The Ducks improved to 53-20-8, extending their franchise-record with 114 standings points (previous record was 110, 2006-07). The club's current .703 points percentage also guarantees a franchise record (regardless of tomorrow's result), besting last season’s .688 points percentage.
The Ducks have 25 comeback wins this season, the most in the NHL since 2010-11 (Washington, 25).
The Pacific Division champion Ducks finish division play with a 22-4-3 record (.804%) in the division, which is the best record of any team vs. any division. Anaheim also has the NHL’s best record in intra-conference games this season, going 34-12-3 (.724%).
The Ducks also conclude their road schedule setting franchise records for wins (25; previously 22, 2008-09 and 2006-07), points (54; previously 49, 2006-07), and goals (123; previously 115, 2008-09)
Anaheim extended the club record for goals in one season (260*), besting the previous mark of 254 (2006-07).
*does not include shootout goals