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Preview: Ducks Host Jets in Black Friday Matinee

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks (10-8-3, 23 points) conclude a brief two-game homestand this afternoon in their annual Black Friday contest against the visiting Winnipeg Jets (13-5-3, 29 points) at Honda Center (1 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830). This represents the 21st Black Friday game in franchise history and the first against the Jets. The Ducks have hosted 17 day-after-Thanksgiving games (all afternoon contests), going 7-5-4 over the previous 16. Anaheim is 9-6-5 overall in Black Friday games.

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Preview: Ducks, Golden Knights Meet for the First Time in Regular Season

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Consider this a "first" in franchise history, as tonight the Ducks (10-7-3, 23 points) host the expansion Vegas Golden Knights (12-6-1, 25 points) in the first-ever regular season game between these two clubs. This is the opener of a brief two-game homestand for the Ducks, who will host the Winnipeg Jets on Friday afternoon before six consecutive contests on the road.

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Preview: Ducks Aim For Third Consecutive Win Tonight in San Jose

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

After grinding out a 3-2 victory last night in Anaheim, the Ducks (9-7-3, 21 points) aim for their third consecutive win tonight as they take on the San Jose Sharks (10-8-0, 20 points) at SAP Center. This game concludes the club's third set of back-to-backs of the season and just the second road contest in the past 16 days. (It also happened to be in San Jose on November 4). The Ducks have won three of their past four games (3-1-0) and have earned points in five of the past six (eight points, 3-1-2). Anaheim is 3-1-1 in back-to-backs this season, including a 1-0-1 mark in the second game.

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Preview: Ducks Close Out Homestand on Hall of Fame Night at Honda Center

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks (8-7-3, 19 points) close out a five-game homestand this evening against the Florida Panthers (7-10-2, 16 points) at Honda Center. (5 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830). Currently in the midst of an odd portion in the schedule, this marks just the second game in seven days for the Ducks, who most recently defeated the Boston Bruins, 4-2, on Wednesday.

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Preview: Ducks Look to Get Back on Track Against Bruins

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

A five-game homestand reaches its penultimate stage tonight as the Ducks (7-7-3, 17 points) host the Boston Bruins (6-6-4, 16 points) at Honda Center. (7 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830). The Ducks, who are in the midst of playing just three games over a nine-day span, are coming off a 2-1 loss to the league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday. Following tonight's game, the Ducks will not play again until Sunday when they host the Florida Panthers.

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Preview: Ducks Host League-Leading Lightning Tonight at Honda Center

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The sound you hear in the distance is thunder, and it's getting closer.

Tonight, the Ducks (7-6-3, 17 points) host the league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning (13-2-2, 28 points) in the third game of a five-game homestand at Honda Center. (5 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830). Anaheim comes into tonight's game having earned four of a possible six points in the past three games, including a 4-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday. A power play that has struggled throughout the season picked a good time to get hot, as the Ducks scored three times with the man advantage for the first time since Dec. 11, 2016 vs. Ottawa.

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Preview: Miller Could Get the Start Against Former Team Tonight

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

A five-game homestand continues tonight as the Ducks (6-6-3, 15 points) host the Pacific Division-rival Vancouver Canucks (8-5-2, 18 points) at Honda Center. (7 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830). Indulging in a bit of home cooking are the Ducks, who are in the midst of playing nine of 11 games at Honda Center.

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Preview: Ducks Open Five-Game Homestand Against Division-Leading Kings

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Get comfortable because the Ducks are going to be home for a while. Anaheim (6-6-2, 14 points) opens its first of two season-high five-game homestands tonight against the Pacific Division-leading LA Kings (10-2-2, 22 points) at Honda Center. (7 p.m. PT, TV: NBCSN, Radio: AM 830). The Ducks are in the midst of playing nine of 11 games at Honda Center and will remain in California through Saturday, November 25.

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Preview: Ducks Conclude Back-to-Back Set Tonight in San Jose

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

After coming up short in a 5-3 defeat last night, the Ducks (6-6-1, 13 points) finish off the tail-end of a back-to-back set tonight against the San Jose Sharks (7-5-0, 14 points) at SAP Center. (7:30 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830). Tonight's game is one of only two in an 11-game stretch to be played away from Honda Center, and both happen to take place in San Jose (also November 20). This is the first matchup against a Pacific Division opponent since the Ducks faced the Calgary Flames on October 9, the longest stretch this season without playing a team from the Pacific. The Ducks are 2-1-0 in back-to-backs this season, having swept their first set with victories on October 28 at Tampa Bay (4-1) and October 29 at Carolina (4-3 shootout).

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Preview: Ducks Finish Off Homestand Against Predators

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks (6-5-1, 13 points) wrap up a two-game homestand tonight against the Nashville Predators (5-5-2, 12 points) at Honda Center. (7 p.m. PT, TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: AM 830). Anaheim enters tonight's game winners of four of its past six games (4-2-0) dating to October 20 vs. Montreal. In the midst of playing nine of 11 games at home, the Ducks will remain in California through November 25, as the club's next three road games (including tomorrow at San Jose) will be played within the state. This represents the first game against a Western Conference opponent since October 13 in Colorado, the longest stretch this season without playing a team in the West.

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