Goals have been very hard to come by for the Anaheim Ducks this season, but at least for one night the Ducks found some snarl and goals. A relatively even start quickly turned into a controlling effort from the Ducks over the Philadelphia Flyers.
After the Flyers tied the game at one, the shot totals and territorial play became grossly uneven. The Ducks outshot the Flyers, 34-12, from that point through to the end of the second period. The score was still tight, but an early third-period goal by Corey Perry gave the Ducks the lead. A few minutes later, a shorthanded 2-on-o goal put the game out of reach from Philadelphia.