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November 13, 1996|ROBYN NORWOOD


Opponent--Toronto Maple Leafs.

Site--Pond of Anaheim.


TV--Fox Sports West.

Radio--KEZY (95.9)

Records--Ducks 3-11-3, Maple Leafs 8-8.

Record vs. Maple Leafs--0-1.

Duck update--The Ducks have won or tied three of their last five games, but are still seven points behind their pace of last season. They got off to a poor start in 1995-96 but recovered to reach .500 by the 20th game of the season and eventually missed the playoffs by one point. The current focus is on the Ducks' passive defense and poor penalty killing. Anaheim ranks next-to-last at 74.6%.

Maple Leaf update--Toronto was expected to struggle this season but stands at .500. This is the second of four games against the Ducks, who lost, 4-1, in the season-opener for both teams Oct. 5 in Toronto. Mats Sundin has 10 goals and 11 assists. Wendel Clark, reacquired by the Maple Leafs last spring, is playing as if rejuvenated, with eight goals in 16 games.

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