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Sharks Down Ducks, 6-4

Wednesday, 02.01.2006 / 12:00 AM / News
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Sharks Down Ducks, 6-4

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Jonathan Cheechoo’s hat trick led the San Jose Sharks over the Ducks on Wednesday night at the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim.

Teemu Selanne, Andy McDonald, Chris Kunitz and Dustin Penner each tallied for the Ducks who will face the Sharks once again on Saturday evening at HP Pavilion in San Jose.

Selanne (25, S. Niedermayer) started the scoring in a back-and-forth hockey game 10:10 into the first period.  The winger streaked down the right side and fired a slap shot past Sharks netminder for his 25th goal of the season.  The marker extended Selanne’s point streak to eight games (6-7=13).

Cheechoo (29, J. Thornton, Ekman) got his first of the contest at 16:01 of the first period.  Joe Thornton fed Cheechoo a pass across the crease and the Sharks wing got the puck between a sprawling Ilya Bryzgalov and the near post to tie the game, 1-1.

The Ducks took the lead again on the power play 31 seconds into period two with Andy McDonald (16, Beauchemin, Bryzgalov) stuffing a rebound past Evgeni Nabokov for his 16th tally of the season.

Cheechoo (30, Dimitrakos, McLaren) struck again with the Sharks on the man-advantage at 2:33 of the second period with a one-timer from the side of the net for his 30th goal of the year.

With the contest tied 2-2 at the start of the third, Mark Smith (6, Hannan, Gorges) gave the Sharks a 3-2 lead on the power play.  Kunitz (13, McDonald) got the Ducks back even 3-3 with a goal just 21 seconds later.

The Sharks took the lead for good with a pair of goals by Tom Preissing (6, J. Thornton, Hannan) on the power play at 12:56 of the third and Cheechoo (31, J. Thornton) at 16:42.

Penner (3, Beauchemin, S. Niedermayer) added a late goal at 19:37 but it wasn’t enough for the Ducks as Nils Ekman (13, McLaren) sealed the victory for San Jose with an empty netter.


After Saturday’s contest in San Jose, the Ducks head to Western Canada to face Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver.  The Ducks next home game is Sunday, February 12 against Chicago, the last game before the two-week Olympic break.

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STANDINGS

WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 ANA 66 42 17 7 196 179 91
2 NSH 66 41 18 7 196 162 89
3 STL 64 40 19 5 198 162 85
4 CHI 64 38 21 5 188 152 81
5 MIN 64 35 22 7 181 164 77
6 WPG 65 32 21 12 180 175 76
7 VAN 63 36 24 3 182 173 75
8 CGY 64 35 25 4 182 165 74
9 LAK 63 30 21 12 171 164 72
10 SJS 65 32 25 8 185 183 72
11 DAL 65 29 26 10 203 215 68
12 COL 64 28 25 11 170 183 67
13 ARI 64 20 37 7 139 218 47
14 EDM 64 18 36 10 145 213 46

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
R. Getzlaf 63 20 41 13 61
C. Perry 51 27 18 15 45
R. Kesler 66 17 24 1 41
S. Vatanen 57 12 22 6 34
M. Beleskey 56 21 9 13 30
J. Silfverberg 65 10 20 11 30
H. Lindholm 63 6 23 20 29
P. Maroon 58 7 21 -4 28
C. Fowler 65 6 22 3 28
R. Rakell 55 6 19 5 25
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
F. Andersen 30 8 5 .917 2.34
J. Gibson 9 5 0 .924 2.41


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