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Preview: Season on the Line Tonight in Must-Win Game 4 Against Sharks

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

SAN JOSE -- One of two things is certain to happen when Game 4 ends later tonight. If the Ducks win, they will live to fight another day - in this case, Game 5 on Friday night in Anaheim. If they lose, their season will end with a four-game sweep against the San Jose Sharks in this First Round best-of-seven series.

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Preview: Ducks Look to Draw from Past Experience Tonight in Game 3

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

SAN JOSE -- Adversity is nothing new to this Ducks squad. They have overcome it all season long, and now it is time for them to do it again. But unlike the regular season, where they had 82 games to sort things out, this is a best-of-seven series that has them in an 0-2 deficit.

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Preview: Ducks Look for Strong Response Tonight in Game 2 vs. Sharks

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The message after Game 1 was simple. Learn from it, flush it and move on.

Dwelling on the outcome of Thursday night's series opener - a 3-0 loss at Honda Center against the San Jose Sharks - won't do any good for the players inside Anaheim's locker room. They said it themselves. This is, after all, a best-of-seven series that has the potential to go deep. Tonight, the Ducks can even the series with a strong "response game" before the series shifts to San Jose.

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Preview: Ducks Host Sharks Tonight in Game 1 of the First Round

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Every team begins a season with the goal of competing for the Stanley Cup. Of the 31 teams in the league, 16 of them earn that opportunity at the end of regular season. Some say this is when the real fun begins - when rivalries are born and legends are made. This is the beginning of a two-month long quest to win arguably the most sacred trophy in all of professional sports.

Welcome to the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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Preview: Ducks Close Out Regular Season Tonight in Arizona

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

A season that opened against the Coyotes fittingly ends with them, as tonight the Ducks close out their 2017-18 regular season at Gila River Arena. (6 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: Mighty 1090 AM).

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Preview: Ducks Host Stars on Fan Appreciation Night at Honda Center

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

We already know the Ducks are heading to the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the sixth consecutive season. Now it is time to figure out their first-round opponent.

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Preview: Ducks Can Clinch Postseason Berth Tonight vs. Wild

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

For the Ducks to clinch a berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the sixth consecutive season, the scenario tonight is as follows: Earn a victory in any fashion over the Minnesota Wild and have the Chicago Blackhawks defeat the St. Louis Blues in any fashion.

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Preview: Ducks Continue Their Fight For Playoff Spot Tonight vs. Avs

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

They earned two enormous points on Friday. Now it is time to do it again.

The Ducks (40-25-13, 93 points) continue their final homestand of the regular season tonight when they host the Colorado Avalanche (42-28-8, 92 points) in a monumental game at Honda Center. (6 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830).

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Preview: With Playoff Lives on the Line, Ducks, Kings Meet Once More

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Seventy-seven down, five to go.

Tonight, the Ducks (39-25-13, 91 points) open their final homestand of the regular season with a visit from the LA Kings (43-28-7, 93 points) at Honda Center. (7 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: Mighty 1090). Currently in the second wild card, the Ducks are two points behind the Kings for third place in the Pacific Division. St. Louis is in the first wild card with 91 points, but have a game in hand on Anaheim and two in hand on LA. Colorado is on the outside looking in with 90 points.

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Preview: Ducks Close Out Final Multi-City Trip Tonight in Vancouver

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

VANCOUVER -- The Ducks (39-24-13, 91 points) conclude their final multi-city road trip of the season tonight against the Vancouver Canucks (27-40-9, 63 points) at Rogers Arena. (7 p.m. PT, TV: FOX Sports West, Radio: The Mighty 1090).

With points in six consecutive games (5-0-1), the Ducks are one victory shy of recording its franchise-record fifth consecutive season with 40 wins or more. Anaheim is also 12-4-2 in its last 18 games and leads NHL clubs with a 2.06 goals against per game since February 15. Dating back to their bye week, the Ducks are 20-9-4 and have gone 25-11-5 since December 21.

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