Here is the AP preview of tonight's game.
A 4-1-1 record in November has gotten the Ducks (8-8-3) back to the break-even mark. Pronger has registered seven assists this month, including a helper on Ryan Getzlaf's power-play goal for the first score of Tuesday's game.
The defending Stanley Cup champions, who are facing the Kings for the second of three meetings in a six-game stretch, have won each of their last two games in shootouts. Anaheim, which began the season by splitting a two-game set with Los Angeles in London, is 11-4-4 against the Kings since the start of the 2005-06 season.
Kent Huskins scored a power-play goal and Todd Marchant also tallied for the Ducks on Tuesday. Anaheim has scored 10 goals in its last three games after being held to two or less in six of its previous seven contests.
The Ducks, though, must continue to improve on the road. They were winless in their first six road games (0-6-1) before a 5-2 win over Phoenix on Nov. 3.
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