|The Ducks have won seven straight games at Honda Center, the longest home streak in the NHL this season. Anaheim has also won seven-of-eight games overall (7-1-0) and 11 of 13 (11-2-0). The club's 14-3-1 start is just one point shy of the best start in franchise history (13-1-4 for 30 points in 2006-07).||At each Ducks’ home game, fans will be asked to wave anything that has AAA on it. Fans can find the AAA ad in the Ducks’ game program. Two contestants will then face off to see who answers a trivia question correctly. The winning fan will receive a $25 gas card provided by AAA.
The Wild will wear its WHITE road sweaters tonight.
|Jason Zucker opened the scoring Thursday after forcing overtime with 4:19 left in regulation Tuesday for his first career goal streak. He now has three goals and a plus-3 rating in five games this season after being recalled from Houston (AHL) Feb. 16.
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|The Wild forward lines looked pretty good last night:
Parise – Koivu – Coyle
Zucker – Cullen – Setoguchi
Heatley – Brodziak – Bouchard
Mitchell – Konopka – Rupp
If there is a change on the blue line, Nate Prosser might get a look:
Suter – Brodin
Spurgeon – Stoner
Prosser – Gilbert
Darcy Kuemper will be in net, it will be his third career start and second on the road. The rookie is 1-1-0 with a 2.02 goals against average and a .934 save percentage.
|A big part of why we haven’t been scoring three, four, five goals a game is because we’re not scoring early or we’re not putting the other team behind, so it changes the way that they play.
- Yeo on the importance of scoring the first goal of the game after last night’s win
|Justin Falk and Mikael Granlund are tonight's healty scratches.
Cal Clutterbuck is on Injured Reserve with a lower body injury, as is Josh Harding as he deals with multiple sclerosis treatments.
|RW Brad Staubitz accrued 246 PIM in 114 games for the Wild (2010-12).||With its win last night, the Wild moved to 8-2-2 in one-goal games on the year.|
|Wild at Ducks will be broadcast locally in high definition on FOX Sports North with a start time at 9:00 p.m. The game can be heard on KFAN 100.3 FM or online at Wild.com.
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