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NHL : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/20/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



ANAHEIM (5-1-0-1, 11 pts.) at VEGAS (3-4-0-0, 6 pts.)
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Saturday, 10/20/2018 10:05 PM
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19ANAHEIM+145Ov 5.5,-105+150Ov 5.5,-105
20VEGAS-165Un 5.5,-115-170Un 5.5,-115
ANAHEIM - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-2-0+3.65-2+3.62-
Team Stats (Road Games)3-1-0+33-1+32-
Last 5 Games3-2-0+0.93-2+0.91-
vs. Division2-1-0+1.22-1+1.21-12.720.01.737.7
ANAHEIM Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)7216681316812.5%18527.8%37
Team Stats (Road Games)412435019113.2%9444.4%24
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5155451213311.3%13323.1%25
Team Stats (vs. Division)38233016013.3%8225.0%15
Stats Against (All Games) 15392122516.0%22418.2%23
Stats Against (Road Games) 9171011565.8%13323.1%13
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 13282121777.3%15426.7%22
Stats Against (vs. Division) 5220111134.4%10110.0%5
ANAHEIM - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JOHN GIBSON (All Games)6621320294.8%04-2+2.24-2-0+22-3
JOHN GIBSON (Road Games)3311811294.9%02-1+1.62-1-0+22-1
JOHN GIBSON (vs. Division)3311310996.5%02-1+1.22-1-0+21-1
JOHN GIBSON (Last 4 Games)4413913093.5%02-2-0.52-2-001-2
RYAN MILLER (All Games)21373594.6%01-0+1.41-0-0+10-1
RYAN MILLER (Road Games)21373594.6%01-0+1.41-0-0+10-1
RYAN MILLER (vs. Division)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
RYAN MILLER (Last 4 Games)21373594.6%01-0+1.41-0-0+10-1

VEGAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-4-0-2.33-4-2.33-
Team Stats (Home Games)1-1-0-0.81-1-0.81-
Last 5 Games2-3-0-1.52-3-1.52-
vs. Division0-0-000-000-00000
VEGAS Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)715338122226.8%1915.3%17
Team Stats (Home Games)26213015411.1%6116.7%6
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)511236011557.1%1317.7%13
Team Stats (vs. Division)000000000.0%000.0%0
Stats Against (All Games) 2061040117611.4%21419.0%37
Stats Against (Home Games) 6231005211.5%10110.0%11
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 143740112111.6%15320.0%27
Stats Against (vs. Division) 00000000.0%000.0%0
VEGAS - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (All Games)6614412989.6%03-3-1.33-3-0-13-3
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (Home Games)22433786.0%01-1-0.81-1-0-11-1
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (vs. Division)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (Last 4 Games)44988990.8%02-2-0.52-2-0-12-2
MALCOLM SUBBAN (All Games)21312787.1%00-1-10-1-0-10-1
MALCOLM SUBBAN (Home Games)1099100.0%00-000-0-000-0
MALCOLM SUBBAN (vs. Division)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
MALCOLM SUBBAN (Last 4 Games)21312787.1%00-1-10-1-0-10-1
Average power rating of opponents played: ANAHEIM 2.74,  VEGAS 2.88
ANAHEIM - Schedule
10/3/2018at SAN JOSE5-2W0, +165W5.5 unO
10/6/2018at ARIZONA1-0W0, -120W5.5 unU
10/8/2018DETROIT3-2W0, -185W5.5 unU
10/10/2018ARIZONA2-3L0, -150L5 ovP
10/13/2018at DALLAS3-5L0, +145L5.5 unO
10/14/2018at ST LOUIS3-2W0, +140W5.5 evU
10/17/2018NY ISLANDERS4-1W0, -145W5.5 evU
10/20/2018at VEGAS 
10/23/2018at CHICAGO 
10/25/2018at DALLAS 
10/28/2018SAN JOSE 

VEGAS - Schedule
10/4/2018PHILADELPHIA2-5L0, -180L6 unO
10/6/2018at MINNESOTA2-1W0, +100W5.5 evU
10/8/2018at BUFFALO2-4L0, -150L5.5 ovO
10/10/2018at WASHINGTON2-5L0, +125L6 evO
10/11/2018at PITTSBURGH2-4L0, +170L6.5 ovU
10/13/2018at PHILADELPHIA1-0W0, -110W6 ovU
10/16/2018BUFFALO4-1W0, -210W5.5 evU
10/26/2018TAMPA BAY 
10/30/2018at NASHVILLE 
COACH: Randy Carlyle (10th season, 13th NHL season).
ADDED: D Luke Schenn, D Andrej Sustr, C Brian Gibbons, RW Carter Rowney.
LOST: D Francois Beauchemin, D Kevin Bieksa, C Antoine Vermette, LW Jason Chimera, RW J.T. Brown, C Derek Grant.
PLAYER TO WATCH: RW Patrick Eaves. The veteran forward signed a three-year contract to stay with the Ducks last summer but missed the entire ensuing season with what he thought was an autoimmune nervous disorder, only to learn it was post-viral syndrome. The heavily bearded goal-scorer won't be ready to play at the start of this season while recovering from his serious health scare and a more mundane shoulder surgery, but the Ducks are very hopeful he'll be back soon to provide some much-needed offensive punch.
OUTLOOK: The Ducks' run of five straight division titles ended last season, and the Sharks humiliated them in a first-round playoff sweep. Instead of shaking up the roster, Carlyle and Anaheim GM Bob Murray made no significant roster additions and decided to play a speedier style with their returning players and another influx of youth from the Ducks' remarkable farm system. The heavy, bullying squad that made two Western Conference finals in the past four years will join the rest of the NHL in trying to push the tempo. The Ducks have enough talent to try just about anything, but the speed of their adjustment and their overall health will determine whether they've missed the window to win a Stanley Cup with this core.
VEGAS: LAST SEASON: 51-24-7, 109 points. First place Pacific Division.
LOST to Washington Capitals in Stanley Cup Final
COACH: Gerard Gallant (second season, eighth NHL season).
ADDED: LW Max Pacioretty, C Paul Stastny, D Nick Holden
LOST: RW James Neal, LW David Perron, D Luca Sbisa
PLAYER TO WATCH: William Karlsson. Before last season, Karlsson's previous career highs were nine goals and 20 points, numbers he reached in 2015-16. Last season, he was the catalyst for the Golden Knights' high-octane offense by finishing with 43 goals and 78 points in the regular season. He agreed to a one-year, $5.25 million extension over the summer and will be looking to prove he's worth every dollar and deserving of a bigger contract next summer.
OUTLOOK: After their run to the Stanley Cup Final, the losses of Neal and Perron meant the Golden Knights would take a significant hit to their offense. But the additions of Stastny and Pacioretty immediately made Vegas a contender again. Shea Theodore ended his holdout, and when fellow-defenseman Nate Schmidt returns from his 20-game suspension in November, the Knights may be favored to win the Western Conference again.
Ducks on a roll heading into visit to Vegas

The Anaheim Ducks, one of the hottest teams at the start of the NHL season, had another promising development heading into Saturday's game at the Vegas Golden Knights with the resolution of a contract dispute with young left wing standout Nick Ritchie.

The signing of Ritchie to a three-year, $4.6 million deal comes at an opportune time when Anaheim (5-1-1) has suffered a series of injuries.

Forwards Ryan Getzlaf (groin), Ondrej Kase (concussion), Carter Rowney (upper body) and Jakob Silfverberg (finger) were unable to play in the Ducks' 4-1 victory over the New York Islanders on Wednesday at Honda Center.

Ritchie, who started practicing with the Ducks on Thursday, will likely not play Saturday against Vegas or Sunday when Anaheim hosts the Buffalo Sabres. The 22-year-old Ritchie is in the process of completing his immigration paperwork before he can play, and he is rusty from sitting out all of training camp and the first seven games of the season during the holdout.

"My view on Ritchie is he's got a ways to go, that's for sure," Anaheim coach Randy Carlyle told the Orange County Register. "He's got some catching up to do. He looks very fit."

Vegas (3-4-0) and Anaheim enter Saturday's game coming off impressive wins.

Jonathan Marchessault scored two goals and Marc-Andre Fleury made 26 saves for his 407th NHL victory in the Golden Knights' 4-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Fleury tied Glenn Hall for 10th place on the career wins list, and is 16 from tying Tony Esposito for ninth place (423).

William Karlsson scored his first goal of the season and had two assists, and Cody Eakin scored for the Golden Knights, who won consecutive games for the first time this season.

Vegas, playing its second game of a five-game homestand, has allowed one goal in its past two games after giving up 19 in the first five.

"We played a lot better defensively," Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant said. "I thought the guys competed defensively. Everyone was important for our team tonight."

Fleury said he saw flashbacks to Vegas' defensive performance last year, which helped the new franchise to break expansion-team records and make it to the Stanley Cup Finals.

"Our speed and transition game, and the way our guys played defensively in our zone, preventing those passes in the crease or the backdoor (passes), and I think we've been better in the last few games with that," Fleury said.

Ryan Kesler scored twice to give the Ducks a 2-0 lead heading into the third period against the visiting New York Islanders, his first multi-goal game since a hat trick on Jan. 1, 2017, against the Philadelphia Flyers.

The Ducks won 4-1 to start 2-0-1 at the Honda Center this season. They are 3-1-0 on the road.

Kesler sat out the first three games of the season while completing a lengthy offseason rehabilitation process after major hip surgery in the summer of 2017. The injury limited him to 44 games last season. His goals against the Islanders gave him three goals and four points to start this season.

"I've got a little to improve on and it's a long year, but it's a good start," Kesler said.

Goaltender John Gibson stopped 34 of 35 shots against the Islanders. He was 35 seconds from his second shutout of the season when New York's Casey Cizikas scored.

The Ducks are off to their best start since opening the 2014-15 season 6-1-0 en route to an appearance in the Western Conference finals.

Carlyle joked that reason for the hot start is "just purely coaching, 100 percent," but he knows his players have made things click by coming together to overcome the rash of early-season injuries.

"It's obviously the players," he said. "We have some young guys who have provided energy. We have some veteran people. We've been able to formulate a group that's still a work in progress. We know there's lots of work ahead of us."

Last Updated: 6/19/2019 7:55:46 AM EST

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