Teemu Selanne’s Goal Helps Propel Ducks to Come From Behind Win
Anaheim, CA - The Anaheim Ducks scored three goals in the final five and a half minutes to come back and beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-2. The Ducks improve to 22-3-4, while the Blackhawks fall to just 24-3-3. The win helps to move the Ducks from behind the shadow of the league leaders.
Peter Holland kicked off the night with his third goal of the season 1:24 into the the game. The play was set up on a Daniel Winnik takeaway. Jonathan Toews answered while the Blackhawks were shorthanded nearly four minutes in. The Ducks severely out-shot the the ‘Hawks.
Both teams went back and forth in the middle frame. Nick Leddy netted his fourth of the year on the power play at the 11:54 mark. The middle frame only got a little chippy, but cooler heads prevailed and no major or double minors were accrued.
The final frame saw a huge shift in momentum as a potential Brandon Bollig goal was reversed after it was shown that he kicked the puck into the net past Jonas Hiller. Bobby Ryan evened up the score with 5:27 left in the game. Teemu Selanne gave the Ducks the lead just over a minute later. The ‘Hawks attempted to tie up the game with the extra attacker, but Sheldon Souray put the puck in the empty net to ice the game.
|Marian Hossa||Upper Body|
SCORING BY PERIOD:
Power Play Efficiency
|C Ryan Getzlaf||0 G, 2 A, +1, 4 SOG, 2 Hits|
|D Cam Fowler||0 G, 0 A, Even, 1 SOG, 2 Hits|
|C Jonathan Toews||1 G, 0 A, -1, 2 SOG, 0 Hits|
The Ducks will take the ice again against Detroit at home at 7:00 p.m. PST.
Topics: Anaheim Ducks, Ben Lovejoy, Bobby Ryan, Brandon Bollig, Brandon McMillan, Cam Fowler, Chicago Blackhawks, Corey Perry, Daniel Winnik, Jamal Mayers, Jonas Hiller, Jonathan Toews, Marian Hossa, Michal Roszival, Nick Leddy, Peter Holland, Ryan Getzlaf, Sheldon Souray, Teemu Selanne