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Lindholm's First Goal Of Season Lifts Ducks Over Sharks, 3-2Jonathan Bernier had 22 saves for the Ducks and withstood a frantic final attack after San Jose pulled its goalie with 2 minutes left.
Kase, Gibson Lead Ducks Over CanucksJakob Silfverberg and Andrew Cogliano also scored for Anaheim (12-8-4), which has won three in a row.
Trevor Lewis Breaks Tie As Kings Beat Coyotes, 4-3Jordan Nolan scored his first two goals of the season for the Kings, and Anze Kopitar added two assists to help Los Angeles win for the sixth time in seven games.
Couture Leads Sharks To Yet Another Victory Over Kings, 4-1Dustin Brown scored for the Kings, whose five-game winning streak ended with another frustrating night against their upstate rivals.
Gibson Makes 39 Saves As Ducks Hold Off Canadiens, 2-1Struggling just a few days ago, the Ducks (11-8-4) suddenly look like a different team.
Forbort Breaks Tie As Kings Top Islanders, 4-2, For Fourth Straight VictoryDwight King, Jake Muzzin and Alec Martinez also scored to help the Kings win their fifth straight at home.
Leddy Ends 14-Round Shootout As Islanders Beat DucksRickard Rakell and Cam Fowler each scored and Bernier stopped 33 shots for the Ducks, who dropped consecutive games for only the second time this season.
Carter Scores Tiebreaking Goal As Kings Beat Oilers, 4-2Derek Forbort had a goal and an assist and Devin Setoguchi and Tyler Toffoli also scored for Los Angeles.
Kesler Scores Tiebreaking Goal In Ducks' 3-2 Victory Over DevilsRickard Rakell and Jakob Silfverberg scored 16 seconds apart in the second period for the Ducks, who maintained their Pacific Division lead with their fifth victory in six games.
Gibson Makes 33 Saves As Ducks Hand Oilers Fourth Straight LossNick Ritchie and Antoine Vermette also scored for Anaheim, and Corey Perry had two assists to take the team lead with 15 points.
Kopitar Misses Second Straight Game As Avalanche Beat Kings, 4-1Dustin Brown scored for Los Angeles and Peter Budaj stopped 26 shots.
Stone Scores With 7 Seconds Left As Senators Beat Kings, 2-1Dwight King scored early in the second period for the Kings.

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