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Anaheim Ducks Mid-Season Review

The Ducks are just halfway done with the 2011-2012 season. Unfortunately, the season has not gone the way most people thought it would.

Its been an insanely frustrating season for a team with so much talent. They parted ways with long time coach Randy Carlyle and hired Bruce Boudreau. With Boudreau, the Ducks have seen a slight improvement.

Lets take a look at the Ducks numbers halfway through the season. 

Record/Standings-

-Record: 33 points- 13-22-7

Under Carlyle: 7-13-4

Under Boudreau: 6-9-3

Last 5: 3-1-1

-Standings:

Pacific Divison: Last

Western Conference: 14th

League: 29th

Team Leaders:

Points: Teemu Selanne (41)

Goals: Corey Perry (18)

Assists: Teemu Selanne (27)

PIM: Corey Perry (59)

+/-: Saku Koivu (+9)

Goaltending Record:

Jonas Hiller: 10-17-7 – .899 Save %

Dan Ellis: 1-5-0- .911 Save %

Jeff Deslauriers: 1-0-0- .929 Save %

Iiro Tarkki: 1-0-0- .700 Save %

Most Impressive: Teemu Selanne

Teemu still has it at the age of 41. He currently has 14 goals and 27 assists in 42 games. That is almost a point a game. Not to mention his drive each and every game is better than some younger players on the team. Selanne has shown great chemistry with newly acquired Niklas Hagman.

Least Impressive: Ryan Getzlaf

Getzlaf has been a no-show all season. He hasn’t been the captain he should be which has led many fans to wonder if they should strip him of his “C”. He currently has 7 goals, 20 assists and a -17. A captain should never have a -17!!

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