Vancouver 0 vs. Anaheim 4
Jan. 27, 2015
32-10-6, 70 Standings Points
The Ducks improved to 32-10-6 to become the first team to reach 70 points this season. They hold a three-point lead over the Predators (31-10-5, 67 points) for first place in the Western Conference and NHL overall standings.
The Ducks have earned points in each of their last 10 visits to Rogers Arena dating to Dec. 8, 2010 (8-0-2), including six straight victories since Jan. 19, 2013. Overall, Anaheim has posted a 9-0-1 mark in their last 10 meetings with Vancouver.
Frederik Andersen denied all 17 shots he faced to record his third career shutout and help the Ducks win six consecutive games for the third time this season (7-0-0 from Oct. 11-24 and Dec. 1-13). Andersen stretched his personal winning streak to seven games, matching the longest single-season stretch of his career (also Dec. 1-13, 2014). Per Elias, he is the first goaltender in Ducks franchise history to post multiple winning streaks of at least seven games in one season.
Andersen (47-11-5) tied an NHL record for the quickest to 47 wins, matching Bill Durnan, who reached 47 in his 63rd decision in Nov. 26, 1944.
| ||DEC ||W-L-T |
|Nov. 26, 1944 ||Bill Durnan ||63 ||47-8-8 |
| || ||DEC ||W-L-OT/SOL |
|Jan. 27, 2015 ||Frederik Andersen ||63 ||47-11-5 |
Andersen has registered a 2.07 goals-against average, .929 save percentage and two shutouts during his current winning streak. Overall, he ranks second in the League with 27 wins, two behind leader Pekka Rinne.
Matt Beleskey netted his sixth game-winning goal of the season, moving into a tie for the League lead with Arizona defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson. Beleskey's scoring total (18-7—25 in 47 GP) already is a single-season career best.POSTGAME QUOTESHampus LindholmOn tonight’s game
We wanted to play for [Ryan] Kesler. He played here for a long time. We just wanted to go out there and start the week off right. We did a very good job of that. The whole team is getting stronger. We feel like we’re playing good out there. We just need to keep it up.On neutralizing the Sedins with defensive partner Francois Beauchemin
We talk a lot out there and try to make it easier for each other. If you play against good guys like the Sedins, you have to have a good gap and be tight on them so they can’t make plays. It’s about being smart out there. We’re getting better and better. There is still room for improvement, but we played pretty good tonight.