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Ducks make it nine straight

Anaheim defeats Montreal in shootout to extend win streak

by Abbey Mastracco / Correspondent

Silfverberg's go-ahead SO goal

MTL@ANA: Silfverberg gives Ducks advantage on SO goal

3/2/16: Jakob Silfverberg rockets it past Mike Condon, giving the Ducks the edge in the shootout

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ANAHEIM -- Jakob Silfverberg scored the shootout winner and John Gibson made 25 saves to help the Anaheim Ducks win their ninth straight game in a 3-2 victory against the Montreal Canadiens at Honda Center on Wednesday.

Anaheim (34-19-8) has earned a point in 11 straight games (10-0-1) and 19 of the past 21.

Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau felt the Ducks' resolve was ultimately the key.

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Ducks eye ninth straight win, share of first, against Canadiens

McGinn to play first game with Anaheim since trade from Buffalo

by Abbey Mastracco / Correspondent

CANADIENS (30-28-5) at DUCKS (34-19-8)

TV: 10 p.m. ET; FS-W, RDS, SNE, NHL.TV

ANAHEIM -- The Anaheim Ducks will attempt to win their ninth straight game when they face the Montreal Canadiens at Honda Center on Wednesday.

A victory will tie Anaheim with the Los Angeles Kings for first place in the Pacific Division.

Forward Jamie McGinn, acquired from the Buffalo Sabres prior to the 2016 NHL Trade Deadline on Monday, will be in the lineup. Although McGinn hasn't had much time to acclimate to Anaheim's system, he believes his style of play will fit right in. 

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