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After capping off a milestone evening last night with a 3-1 victory in Arizona, the Ducks get right back at it tonight against the St. Louis Blues at Honda Center. (7 p.m. PT, TV: NBCSN, Radio: AM 830). The Ducks enter tonight’s contest riding a two-game winning streak that started with a 2-1 victory on Sunday vs. Colorado.
Both victories came against teams on the cusp of a playoff spot in the Western Conference – Colorado currently two points back of Minnesota for the second wild card and Arizona three points back. Tonight the Ducks face a Blues team that holds down third place in the Central Division with 73 points, but are just three up on the Avs. Though the Ducks remain on the outside looking in, their improved play as of late has them feeling good about their game.
“I don’t even think we’ve really changed much,” said Troy Terry, who scored a power-play goal in the third period last night. “Things are going our way. Even when we were losing, we were playing the right way. Now, we’re playing that way, but finding ways to win. Everyone is really positive right now. It’s a fun team to be a part of.”
Last night’s win was a fitting end to an unforgettable game for Ducks center Ryan Kesler, who played his 1,000th career NHL game in front of his wife Andrea, parents Mike and Linda, sister Jenny, brother Todd and his wife Stacey. Kesler’s longtime friend and former teammate Kevin Bieksa was also in attendance, with plenty more figuring to be in the stands tonight for the season series finale against the Blues.
These two clubs have split the first two meetings of the season thus far, with the Ducks earning a 3-2 win on Oct. 14 in St. Louis and the Blues posting a 5-1 win on Jan. 23 at Honda Center. The Ducks own a 43-38-11 all-time record against the Blues, including a 25-17-3 mark in Anaheim. The Ducks have also gone 11-2-1 in their last 14 home games vs. St. Louis dating to Jan. 7, 2010. Ryan Getzlaf leads active Ducks in career scoring vs. the Blues with 37 points (9g/28a) in 40 games.
The Blues are 6-3-1 in their last 10, but have lost two straight games. They haven’t played since Saturday, a 4-1 loss against the Dallas Stars. According to reports, Brayden Schenn will return to the lineup tonight after missing the past six games with an upper-body injury. The 27-year-old center has 39 points (11g/28a) in 55 contests this season, and the Blues are 49-19-6 when he records at least one point in a game. Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington enters tonight’s game with a 15-3-1 record, 1.58 goals-against average, .938 save percentage and five shutouts in his first 19 career starts. Since Jan. 7 (his first NHL start), Binnington is 8-2-1 on the road with a 1.45 GAA, .940 SV% and four shutouts