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Ducks travel to Boston

Anaheim, looking for its first three-game winning streak since Jan. 6, faces the top-seeded team in the Eastern Conference.

February 26, 2009|Billy Witz


Time: 4 PST.

On the air: TV: None. Radio: 830.

Where: TD Banknorth Garden.

Records: Ducks 30-27-5; Bruins 41-12-8.

Record vs. Bruins (2007-08): 1-0.

Update: The Ducks will have to beat the top-seeded team in the Eastern Conference if they are to win three in a row for the first time since Jan. 6. An encouraging sign was getting goals from seldom-scoring players such as Mike Brown and Todd Marchant in Tuesday's 3-2 win over Buffalo. Left wing Travis Moen may return to the team tonight after his wife, Amy, delivered a boy late Tuesday night. Boston returned home from a 13-day trip in which it won only once in six games by crushing Florida, 6-1. Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas leads the league in save percentage (.932) and goals-against (2.06).

-- Billy Witz

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