FLAMES (4-4-1) at DUCKS (6-2-0)
9 p.m. ET; SN360, PRIME, NHL.TV
The Anaheim Ducks will try to win their first five home games of a season for the second time in their history when they play the Calgary Flames at Honda Center on Sunday.
The Ducks started 8-0-0 at home in 2013-14. They won the first two games of a three-game homestand by defeating the Buffalo Sabres (5-2) and Carolina Hurricanes (4-2), each of whom were division leaders at the time.
The Flames are coming off a 4-1 loss at the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday.
Players to watch
Flames forward Sean Monahan had four points (two goals, two assists) the last time he played the Ducks, a 6-1 win in Calgary on March 29.
Ducks forward Rickard Rakell has six points (two goals, four assists) in a four-game point streak.
They said it
"You want to go out there and dictate, and when we're at our best we're quick, we're dictating the pace. We're not waiting, sitting on our heels waiting to see what's happening. We have to go after it. I think the best thing is we can get right back into it (Sunday) night, immediately. And we'll be ready." -- Flames defenseman Travis Hamonic
"We're doing a good job of staying calm and making sure we're still out there to score that next goal. We're not just sitting back and receiving the game. I think when you start doing that, you end up getting caught and get extended shifts. That leads to trouble." -- Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg
Flames projected lineup
Johnny Gaudreau -- Mikael Backlund -- Elias Lindholm
Milan Lucic -- Sean Monahan -- Sam Bennett
Matthew Tkachuk -- Derek Ryan -- Austin Czarnik
Michael Frolik -- Mark Jankowski -- Tobias Rieder
Mark Giordano -- Rasmus Andersson
TJ Brodie -- Noah Hanifin
Michael Stone -- Travis Hamonic
Scratched: Alan Quine
Injured: Andrew Mangiapane (upper body), Juuso Valimaki (knee)
Ducks projected lineup
Max Comtois -- Ryan Getzlaf -- Ondrej Kase
Rickard Rakell -- Adam Henrique -- Jakob Silfverberg
Max Jones -- Sam Steel -- Troy Terry
Nick Ritchie -- Derek Grant -- Carter Rowney
Hampus Lindholm -- Josh Manson
Michael Del Zotto -- Cam Fowler
Jacob Larsson -- Korbinian Holzer
Scratched: Nicolas Deslauriers, Devin Shore
Injured: Brendan Guhle (lower body)
The Flames recalled Quine from and assigned defenseman Oliver Kylington to Stockton of the American Hockey League. If Quine plays, it will be his third game in three days after he played with Stockton on Friday and Saturday. … Mangiapane is not on the two-game road trip after he was injured against the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday.
Lucic will be playing in his 900th NHL game and Andersson his 100th. ... The Ducks have allowed 14 goals, a team record through eight games.