Found October 25, 2013 on On the Duck Pond:
So far not so good on this eight game road trip.  Two games down, two losses in a row.  First a 4-2 loss to Toronto and then a 4-1 loss to Montreal.   Ouch.  This was a team who put together seven wins in a row to tie a franchise record and now they cannot find the net.  Having the power play elude them is not helping either. "We didn’t play fast, and we didn’t play our game," said Patrick Maroon, who was the lone scorer for Anaheim, thus spoiling Carey Price's hopes for a shutout.  "We turned a lot of pucks over tonight, which created their offense. We took a lot of penalties and shot ourselves in the foot at the beginning of the game. You’re not going to get any momentum out of that. That’s one area we need to clean up. We’ve got a game tomorrow to fix that. We need to play hard tomorrow." Right now the Ducks have more turnovers than a bakery and to paraphrase TV color analyst Brian Hayward, they still haven't gotten the urge to turn ove...
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