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Stars fall in 2-0 hole after losing to Ducks in Game 2

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and an assist while wearing a facemask over his lacerated jaw, Corey Perry scored his first playoff goal in three years, and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 Friday night to take a 2-0 lead in their first-round series. Rookie Frederik Andersen made 34 saves in his second postseason start, and Andrew Cogliano scored a short...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
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Ducks Forward Corey Perry Spears Jamie Benn Below The Belt (GIF)

The first-round playoff series between the Anaheim Ducks and Dallas Stars has been chippy to say the least in its early going. During the first period of Friday night’s game, Ducks forward Corey Perry only added to the heightened physical play when he took exception to a check from behind courtesy of Stars forward Jamie Benn. Perry wasted no time retaliating, as he delivered a...
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Ryan Getzlaf Sports Jaw Protector For Game Two Against Stars (Photo)

In Game 1 of the first round playoff series between the Dallas Stars and the Anaheim Ducks, Ducks’ star Ryan Getzlaf took a Tyler Seguin slapshot directly to the face. Getzlaf missed the waning moments of his team’s victory in the opening game, but he wouldn’t miss any more than that. He had the gash stitched up and should be no worse for wear when his team fights for a 2-0...
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Lucic spears DeKeyser, Perry spears Benn, Daley sits on Perry, Yahtzee

I guess the NHL's annual start-of-the-playoffs crackdown on horizontal stick fouls only counts regarding obstruction and interference, not spearing, stick-swinging or otherwise using one's stick as an instrument of torture. As noted in the Wings-Bruins quick take, @myregularface showed Milan Lucic spearing Danny DeKeyser in the groin...   And during tonight'...
Via Kukla's Korner
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Ryan Getzlaf Scores Sick Goal On Fantastic Individual Effort

Anaheim Ducks captain Rayn Getzlaf scored a fantastic goal on a great individual effort to knot the game at 1-1. Getzlaf knocked down the puck and then muscled his way towards the net and buried the puck short side high glove. [@myregularface] The post Ryan Getzlaf Scores Sick Goal On Fantastic Individual Effort appeared first on Diehardsport.
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Ducks notes: Ryan Getzlaf, wife Paige, welcome baby girl

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Ryan Getzlaf has had quite the eventful postseason and it's only Game 2. After getting his face stitched up following Wednesday's Game 1 victory in the Ducks' opening-round series against Dallas, the Ducks' captain and his wife, Paige, welcomed a baby girl shortly after midnight, early Friday morning. All jokes about his daughter crying when she...
Via Fox Sports West
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You've been warned: Getzlaf's brother tweets pic of star’s stitches

Ryan Getzlaf is one tough dude. He stopped a slap shot with his face on Wednesday, the puck hitting him in the jaw below the lip. His brother, Chris, a receiver for the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders, called him a 'warrior' in a recent tweet, in which, he shared a photo of Ryan's stitches from the cut to his face suffered in Anaheim's Game 1 victory over the Stars...
Via Fox Sports West
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Ryan Getzlaf Will Play For Ducks Two Days After Taking Puck To Face

Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf — busted-up face and all — will be in the lineup Friday night for Game 2 of the team’s Western Conference quarterfinal series against the Dallas Stars. Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau confirmed Getzlaf’s status after morning skate Friday while also announcing that winger Matt Beleskey will sit out the game with a lower body injury. Beleskey...
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Friday night lights

If the Ducks play the way they played in game 1, they will win game 2 on Friday night.  No question. With all do respect to the Dallas Stars, the Ducks are the top team in the Western Conference and are that for a reason.   If Dallas is going to win this game, it will be because of turnovers.  The Ducks made some pretty bad turnovers, one specifically when the Ducks were clinging...
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Here’s what Ryan Getzlaf looks like after taking a puck to the face

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Ryan Getzlaf’s mouth a mangled mess after taking slap shot to face (photo)

During Game 1 of the Anaheim Ducks’ Western Conference quarterfinal series against the Dallas Stars on Wednesday, team captain Ryan Getzlaf suffered a deep facial laceration after a slap shot off the stick of Tyler Seguin caught him up high late in the third period of the team’s 4-3 win. (video here). On Thursday, Getzlaf’s […] The post Ryan Getzlaf’s mouth a mangled mess...
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Ryan Getzlaf Takes Puck To The Face, Doesn’t Look that Bad

  Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf sent this photo to Canadian hockey site Bar Down showing the damage after taking a puck to the…
Via Busted Coverage
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Frederik Andersen the hero for Anaheim

Special To The Hockey Guys Getty Images A scintillating first period from the Anaheim Ducks saw them open their Stanley Cup playoff series against the Dallas Stars with a 4-3 victory, but it was rookie goalie Frederik Andersen who stole the majority of the headlines after his 32 saves. After a sensational regular season, the Ducks rightly begun their playoff campaign full of confidence...
Via The Hockey Guys
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Starting Lineups: Debunking The Injury Myth As The NBA And NHL Playoffs Start

Ryan Getzlaf took a slap shot to the face in game one of the Anaheim Ducks-Dallas Stars series. Getzlaf dropped to the ice briefly and covered his face before skating off to the locker room. He will play in game two because “hockey player”. That’s a term you’ll hear a lot over the next few […] The post Starting Lineups: Debunking The Injury Myth As The NBA And NHL Playoffs...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
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Ducks win game 1

The Anaheim Ducks opened the the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a 4-3 win over the Dallas Stars. Both teams played well with the Ducks building a 4-0 lead and the Stars reducing it to a one goal game late in the third. Both teams also had to deal with some very inconsistent officiating. Overall, it was an entertaining matchup that has left many wondering who has the momentum going into...
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Ducks youth stepping up

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau would like to argue against his team's youngest players being the "unsung heroes." Rookies Hampus Lindholm, Patrick Maroon, Frederik Andersen and second-year player Kyle Palmieri might not be as well known as others in the locker room just yet, but in Anaheim, Boudreau's known all along what he's had. Their...
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Ryan Getzlaf’s Brother Tweets Picture Of Ducks Star’s Stitches (Photo)

Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf took a slapshot to the face off Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin’s stick during the final seconds of Wednesday night’s Stanley Cup playoff game. The puck nailed Getzlaf in the jaw right below his lip, requiring him to receive stitches, but he’s expected to play in Game 2 on Friday night as the Ducks try to protect their 1-0 series lead. Getzlaf’s...
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Ducks Take Game One Against Dallas

A win is a win and this one was closer than the Ducks would have liked. The 4-3 victory over the Dallas Stars in game one of the opening round of the NHL playoffs was narrow, but as usual, Anaheim found a way to hold on and win the game. “A little adversity isn’t going to hurt us,” said Corey Perry. “We’ve got to learn how to play with the lead, especially down to the wire...
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PHOTO: Ryan Getzlaf's face, after being hit by slap shot

In case you missed it, Anaheim Ducks forward Ryan Getzlaf had to leave the ice during Game 1 of the Ducks-Stars series after taking a Tyler Seguin slap shot directly to the face in the game’s final seconds. The puck appeared to strike Getzlaf around the mouth, where he began to bleed pretty profusely before heading to the locker room for repairs. He managed to escape serious damage...
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X-rays on Getzlaf negative, expected for Game 2

Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf has a deep facial laceration but X-rays were negative and he is expected to play in Game 2 of the Western Conference First Round series Friday at Honda Center (10 p.m. ET; NBCSN, RDS (JIP), FS-SW, PRIME), according to the team. Getzlaf was struck by Tyler Seguin's slap shot in the face with 16 seconds remaining in a 4-3 win against the Dallas...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf expected to play in game two against Stars

Ryan Getzlaf took a hard shot to the face in game one against the Stars last night, but the deep cut isn't expected to keep him out of the lineup for any amount of time.Getzlaf, who was struck by a Tyler Seguin shot with 16.4 seconds left, is expected to play in Game 2 according to Ducks.— Eric Stephens (@icemancometh) April 17, 2014Getzlaf suffered a deep facial laceration...
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Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf suffers facial laceration, will be ready for Game 2

That's one tough Duck. Despite a facial laceration during Wednesday night's Game 1 victory over the Stars, Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf is expected to play in Friday night's Game 2 on Prime Ticket starting at 7 p.m. PT. According to the Ducks, Getzlaf received numerous stitches, but x-rays were negative. Getzlaf recorded his 19th career multi-point game on Wednesday night...
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Video: Ryan Getzlaf take puck in the face

"Captain Ryan Getzlaf left Game 1 of the Anaheim Ducks' Western Conference First Round series against the Dallas Stars on Wednesday when he took a puck to the face with 16 seconds left in regulation.His status was not immediately known, but coach Bruce Boudreau said after Anaheim's 4-3 victory that he doesn't think it is serious." - NHL.com
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Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf drilled by slap shot right in the face (video)

In the latest of about a million examples demonstrating the toughness of hockey players, Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf was drilled directly in the face by a slap shot off the stick of Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin. The scary incident occurred as time was running down in the third period with the Ducks holding […] The post Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf drilled by slap shot...
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Ducks' Getzlaf takes hard puck to the face against Stars

The Anaheim Ducks got a bit of a scare when the Dallas Stars came storming back from a 4-0 defecit on Wednesday. But that wasn't the biggest concern in the final minute of Game 1. Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf took a hard puck to the face from Stars' Tyler Seguin with just 16 seconds remaining. The Ducks held on for the 4-3 win to take a 1-0 series lead. And luckily for Anaheim...
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