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Are We Sure Getzlaf Can Play Game 2?

This picture is courtesy of Chris Getzlaf, who is Ryan Getzlaf's brother

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Ducks’ Ryan Getzlaf Is Expected To Play Game 2

Ryan Getzlaf should not miss any time after suffering a facial laceration.

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NHL Playoffs: Ducks Getzalf Update

Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf suffered a deep facial laceration last night in Game 1 vs. Dallas. He received numerous stitches, and x-rays were negative. Getzlaf is expected to play tomorrow night in Game 2. Source: Anaheim Ducks Media

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Video: Ryan Getzlaf Hit In Face With Puck

Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf had to be pleased with his team’s 4-3 win over Dallas in Game 1

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Anders Lindback Among Those Named NHL Stars

Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Anders Lindback, Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson and Columbus.

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Ranking The Top 8 Hottest Teams Entering The Playoffs

Timing is everything, and catching fire right before the playoffs can make the difference between a deep run and an early exit. A hot stretch to end the regular season not only suggests that everything is working, but gives

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NHL: Clinching Senarios For 4-11

Per the NHL Public Relations Department here are your potential clinching scenarios:   Boston Bruins: The B’s can clinch the President’s Trophy if they defeat the Sabers or get at least one point. If they only get one point

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Ducks Unsure Who Their Goalie Will Be For Playoffs

The Anaheim Ducks don't know who will be in goal as the playoffs are approaching.

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Fowler To Return For Ducks Vs Sharks

Anaheim head coach Bruce Boudreau said that Cam Fowler — the club’s top defenseman, out since Mar. 14 with a knee injury — will return to action this week

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Ducks Recall Top Prospect Goalie John Gibson

The Anaheim Ducks might get a peek into their future in goal soon. The team announced the recall of goalie John Gibson from the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals. Gibson was the Ducks’ second-round pick, 39th overall, in the 2011 NHL