Found November 12, 2011 on On the Duck Pond:
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Losing six games in a row sure makes you hunger for win.  Any kind of a win.  As Corey Perry stated after the Ducks 4-3 victory (barely) over the Vancouver Canucks, it was ugly, but they'll take it. The Canucks had played the Kings the night before.  Theoretically they should have been the tired team.  Yeah.  Like that was the case when the Ducks played a "tired" Nashville team on Wednesday.  Roberto Luongo got the nod in goal for the second night in a row.  Perhaps it was to appease all the Canadian fans who seem to enjoy any excuse to come to California during hockey season. On this Veteran's Day, the Ducks saluted the military in a number of ways.  They handed out flags, gave discounted tickets to military personnel, gave free Wild Winger Kid's Club Kits to children of military personnel, had real army guys rappel from the roof of the Honda Center, and gave three houses (yes, brand new homes) to three veterans who had been wounded while serving their country...
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