FLAMES (50-23-7) at DUCKS (33-37-10)
10:30 p.m. ET, FS-W, SNW, NHL.TV
The Calgary Flames will try for four straight wins when they play the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center on Wednesday.
The Flames, who have clinched the best record in the Western Conference and will have home-ice advantage for as long as they remain in the first three rounds of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, will rest some top players against the Ducks. Calgary is coming off a 7-2 win at the Los Angeles Kings on Monday, which gave them 50 wins for the second time in its history.
The Ducks went 9-6-1 during March without losing two in a row.
Players to watch
Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau has five points (one goal, four assists) in a four-game point streak. He needs three points for his first 100-point NHL season.
Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg has 16 points (seven goals, nine assists) in the past 15 games. He needs one goal to set an NHL career-high of 24.
They said it
"You don't just turn it up at playoff time. This is the time of the year where you really ramp it up … For us, we want to be playing our best hockey." -- Calgary forward Mark Jankowski
"We have a number of issues here with things happening that shouldn't happen and (Terry's injury) is just another one to add to the list." -- Ducks coach/general manager Bob Murray
Flames projected lineup
Johnny Gaudreau -- Derek Ryan -- Austin Czarnik
Matthew Tkachuk -- Mikael Backlund - Michael Frolik
Dillon Dube -- Mark Jankowski -- James Neal
Andrew Mangiapane -- Alan Quine -- Garnet Hathaway
Oscar Fantenberg -- Rasmus Andersson
Juuso Valimaki -- Michael Stone
Oliver Kylington -- Dalton Prout
Scratched: Sean Monahan, Elias Lindholm, Sam Bennett, Mark Giordano, TJ Brodie, Noah Hanifin, Travis Hamonic
Ducks projected lineup
Rickard Rakell -- Sam Steel -- Jakob Silfverberg
Daniel Sprong -- Adam Henrique -- Corey Perry
Nick Ritchie -- Devin Shore -- Sam Carrick
Max Jones -- Derek Grant -- Carter Rowney
Cam Fowler -- Andy Welinski
Hampus Lindholm -- Jacob Larsson
Jaycob Megna -- Korbinian Holzer
Injured: Ryan Getzlaf (upper body), Troy Terry (leg), Josh Manson (upper body), Chad Johnson (upper body), Brendan Guhle (oblique)
Bennett left late in the second period against the Kings after taking a hit and won't play, but he could return for the regular-season finale against the visiting Edmonton Oilers on Saturday. ... The Flames recalled Dube from Stockton of the American Hockey League on Wednesday. ... Guhle has missed the past 13 games, but Murray said there's a good chance he returns for the season finale against the Kings on Friday.
Rakell has eight points (seven goals, one assist) in the past five games. … Steel has six points (three goals, three assists) in the past five games. … The Ducks are 38-9-6 against the Flames in Anaheim.