Found February 16, 2012 on On the Duck Pond:
Seems like the Ducks keep pulling miracles out of their....well, whereever they have been hiding them all season long.  A 2-1 come from behind win on the second of back to back games, in Pittsburgh, where you have not won since October 2001, and being able to do so while holding potential league MVP, Evgeni Malkin, to zero points, constitutes a miracle.Anaheim, who started the season well and then did their best impression of a skydiver without a parachute, have figured out where the ripcord is located.  Going 14-3-3 since January 1 (now that's keeping your resolutions!), the Ducks are now at the .500 mark (24-24-9) and only six points out of a playoff spot.  On January 6, they were 20 points out.  How on earth has this team been able to make up that kind of ground in an NHL that is not conducive to such comebacks?The answer is one win at a time.As it was in Minnesota, the Ducks fell behind early in the first period.  Jordan Staal took advantage of a 2 on 1 and placed the puck i...
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