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Getting to Know J.T. Brown

Claimed on waivers from the Tampa Bay Lightning on January 14, the 27-year-old forward discusses his fresh start in Anaheim and his love for gaming.

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

You were born in North Carolina, but spent most of your youth in Minnesota. Was hockey always your go-to sport?
I was born in High Point, North Carolina. My ID said Burnsville from when I went to juniors, but technically, I lived in - and grew up in - Apple Valley and went to Rosemount High School. I just lived in Burnsville for my senior year of high school. I played football and baseball, too, but hockey was my passion. When I went to high school, I ended up not playing football anymore. Just focused on hockey.

What was it like pursuing hockey when your dad [former NFL running back Ted Brown] played professionally in a different sport?
It was cool in a way. Let's say if I went into football, then I have my dad's footsteps. That's what I'd have to live up to, whereas with hockey I'm playing a completely different sport. Same with growing up. My dad, coming from North Carolina, didn't know the most about hockey, but he could teach me about the intangible things where it didn't matter whether you were playing baseball, basketball, football. It's about hard work and making sure you're ready to go. I think it was good for me that I wasn't playing the exact same sport, but still able to lean on him for the information you need.

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Recap: Ducks Hold On for 5-3 Victory Over Penguins at Honda Center

by Adam Brady @AdamJBrady / AnaheimDucks.com

ANAHEIM - Nothing tends to come easy for the Anaheim Ducks, and so it went tonight at Honda Center against the two-time defending Cup champs.

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Postgame Notes and Quotes - January 17 vs. Pittsburgh

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

Postgame Notes
Anaheim 5 vs. Pittsburgh 3
Jan. 17, 2018
Honda Center
21-16-9, 51 points

The Ducks scored four goals in the second period en route to a 5-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Honda Center. Anaheim's last four-goal period came on Feb. 9, 2017 at Buffalo (four-goal third period in a 5-2 win). The last time Anaheim scored four-or-more in a second period was Oct. 26, 2016 vs. Nashville (five-goal second period in a 6-1 win).

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Preview: Ducks Look for Season Sweep Over Penguins

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks (20-16-9, 49 points) open a five-game homestand and play their first home game of 2018 tonight against the Pittsburgh Penguins (24-19-3, 51 points) at Honda Center. (7 p.m. PT, TV: NBCSN, Radio: AM830). Anaheim enters tonight's game with points in five of its last seven games (4-2-1, nine points) and has gone 6-3-1 in its last 10 overall. The Ducks have successfully killed off 20-of-21 penalties this month, third among NHL teams in PK percentage (95.2%).

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Recap: Wagner Scores Lone Goal in 3-1 Loss to Avalanche

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

It was a game unlike any other for the Ducks over the last seven years, and one that ultimately did not go their way.

Playing without dependable left wing Andrew Cogliano for the first time since he arrived in Anaheim in the summer of 2011, penalties were the tale of the tape in a 3-1 loss to the Colorado Avalanche at Pepsi Center on Monday. The Ducks committed six penalties in the loss, their second defeat against the Avalanche this season.

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Cogliano's Historic Consecutive Games Played Streak Ends

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

Andrew Cogliano's 830-game consecutive games played streak ended today in Colorado. Cogliano's streak began on Oct. 4, 2007 (Edmonton vs. San Jose). In the major North American sports leagues with extended schedules, there have been 7,151 players in the NHL (2,421), MLB (3,492) and NBA (1,238) to play at least one game in their respective leagues. No other player in any of those three leagues have played in every single game since Cogliano's streak began.

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Preview: Ducks Face Avs in Afternoon Matchup in Denver

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks (20-15-9, 49 points) conclude a brief two-game road trip coming off their bye week with an afternoon game against the Colorado Avalanche (23-16-3, 49 points) at Pepsi Center. (Noon PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830). Winners of four of their last six (4-1-1, nine points) with points in seven of their last nine overall (6-2-1, 13 points), the Ducks are coming off a 4-2 victory over the LA Kings on Saturday night at STAPLES Center. Ondrej Kase had a career-best three-point night (2g/1a), while Ryan Kesler and Corey Perry also scored for Anaheim.

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Cogliano Suspended Two Games for Interference

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

Andrew Cogliano has been suspended for two games, without pay, for interference against Los Angeles Kings forward Adrian Kempe during NHL Game No. 677 in Los Angeles on Saturday, Jan. 13, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today.

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Ducks Claim Brown on Waivers

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks have claimed right wing J.T. Brown on waivers from the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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Recap: Kase's Three-Point Night Fuels Ducks to 4-2 Victory Over LA

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

LOS ANGELES -- Coming off the bye week with something to prove, the Ducks delivered a gutsy performance on Saturday night - and it happened to come against one of their longest-standing rivals. In a game that featured three consecutive fights within the first 2:30 of the game, the Ducks came away with a 4-2 victory over the LA Kings at STAPLES Center.

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