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Ducks' Manson fined for inappropriate gesture

Anaheim defenseman was assessed a game misconduct

by NHL Public Relations @NHL / NHL.com

NEW YORK - Anaheim Ducks defenseman Josh Manson has been fined $2,486.56, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for an inappropriate gesture aimed at Toronto Maple Leafs forward Nazem Kadri during NHL Game No. 1104 in Toronto on Thursday, March 24, the National Hockey League announced today.

The incident occurred at 17:17 of the third period. Manson was assessed a game misconduct.

The money goes to the Players' Emergency Assistance Fund.

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game recap

Ducks clinch playoff berth in loss

Toronto gets overtime win on goal by Kadri

by Mike Brophy / NHL.com Correspondent

Kadri's overtime winner

ANA@TOR: Kadri nets his second goal for OT winner

3/24/16: Nazem Kadri collects his own pass off a deflection and flips it home for his second goal of the game and a 6-5 overtime win

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TORONTO -- The Anaheim Ducks got the point they needed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs in a 6-5 overtime loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Thursday.

The Ducks trailed the Maple Leafs 4-1 but took a 5-4 lead. Toronto's Connor Brown tied the game with his first NHL goal with 4:23 left in the third period, and Nazem Kadri won it 41 seconds into overtime with his second goal of the game.

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Ducks score two goals in nine seconds

McGinn, Cogliano get Anaheim within one after second period

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Cogliano bats home backhand

ANA@TOR: Cogliano nets backhand out of midair

3/24/16: Andrew Cogliano's initial shot is saved, but he bats the rebound out of midair with his backhand to trim the deficit to one

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The Anaheim Ducks scored two goals in nine seconds late in the second period of their game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Thursday.

Jamie McGinn scored a power-play goal for the Ducks at 18:54. Nine seconds later, Andrew Cogliano batted an airborne puck into the net to make it 4-3.

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game preview

Ducks need one point to clinch playoff berth

Kesler, Despres out for Anaheim; Bozak returns for Toronto

by Mike Brophy / NHL.com Correspondent

DUCKS (40-23-9) at MAPLE LEAFS (26-35-11)

TV: 7:30 p.m. ET; PRIME, FS-SD, SNO, NHL-TV

TORONTO - The Anaheim Ducks can clinch a Stanley Cup Playoffs spot with a point against the Toronto Maple Leafs when the two clubs meet at Air Canada on Thursday, but their task will be a little tougher without Ryan Kesler.

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Ducks' Kesler won't play vs. Maple Leafs

Personal matter to keep Anaheim forward out of lineup Thursday

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Anaheim Ducks forward Ryan Kesler is handling a personal matter at home and will not play against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday (7:30 p.m. ET; PRIME, FS-SD, SNO, NHL.TV).

Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau said he is not sure if Kesler will return for the remainder of the Ducks' five-game road trip, which ends at the Edmonton Oilers on Monday, according to the Orange County Register.

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