Found January 25, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
CANUCKS (1-1-1) at DUCKS (2-0-0) Location: Honda Center in Anaheim, CA - The Anaheim Ducks open the home portion of the schedule against the Vancouver Canucks; the same team they thrashed on the road, 7-3, to begin the season. - The key here is to forget what happened on opening night and look at the big picture. Anaheim is trying to start the season 3-0 in an effort to establish themselve...
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