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Up next for Ducks: Saturday at Philadelphia

Defenseman Chris Pronger, traded to the Flyers by the Ducks in the off-season, has four assists and a plus-four in four games.

October 10, 2009|Mark Medina


When: 4 PDT.

Where: Wachovia Center.

On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830.

Records: Ducks 1-1-1, Flyers 3-1-0.

Record vs. Flyers (2008-09): 0-0-1.

Update: The physical presence of Flyers defenseman Chris Pronger will serve as a reminder of what the Ducks are trying to replace this season. Pronger, whom the Ducks traded this off-season for second-line winger Joffrey Lupul, 19-year-old defenseman Luca Sbisa and draft picks, has four assists and a plus-four mark through four games. Philadelphia opened the season with three consecutive wins for the first time since the 1998-99 season before losing to Pittsburgh, 5-4, on Thursday. After giving up eight goals in losses to San Jose and Minnesota, the Ducks rebounded Thursday with a 6-1 victory against Boston. The Ducks were six for six killing penalties and blocked 15 shots against the Bruins.

-- Mark Medina

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