Here is the news not related to tonight's game.
Ducks have published some stats
PACKING ’EM IN: The Ducks recorded their 52nd consecutive sellout at Honda Center on Sunday evening versus the San Jose Sharks...the 52 current sellouts include 40 regular season and 12 playoff games...in August, the Ducks capped season ticket sales at 15,000 and started a waiting list for future orders...the Ducks currently have the third-longest active regular-season sellout streak among U.S.-based NHL teams...Minnesota leads the way with 261 consecutive regular season sellouts...next is the New York Rangers with 91...Anaheim is third with 40, the longest active streak of any U.S. team on the west coast...Pittsburgh ranks fifth with 29 straight regular season sellouts...among Canadian teams, Vancouver leads with 190 consecutive regular season sellouts and is followed by Toronto (174), Calgary (141), Montreal (116), Edmonton (90) and Ottawa (13).
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Bobby Ryan feels privileged
Among the other benefits newly acquired center Doug Weight could bring to the Ducks is his potential influence on rookie winger Bobby Ryan.
The Ducks, who visit the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday night at HP Pavilion, are desperately in need of a reliable second scoring line. The search features Weight as literally and figuratively the centerpiece, but clearly there would be no better time for Ryan to demonstrate that he is ready to contribute at the NHL level.
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