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Getzlaf regained the lead for Anaheim parking himself at the edge of the crease and redirecting Lindholm’s 50-foot slap shot past Mason with 36 seconds left in the period.

Perry made it 3-1 at 10:29 of the second, beating Mason to the glove side from the low slot after getting a cross-ice pass from Getzlaf. The Ducks are 9-0-1 this season when Getzlaf and Perry score goals in the same game, and 23-3-4 under those circumstances since Feb. 1, 2010.

“There wasn’t a single clean shot from the point the entire night,” Mason said. “They did a great job of getting sticks on it, bodies in front. When you have a team like that, it makes it difficult to stop pucks. We controlled a lot of the play, but they were able to get two deflections in there. For the most part, we did a pretty good job.”

Read scored his 14th goal with 14:12 remaining, after Mark Streit’s sharp-angle shot from the left corner struck Andersen in the chest and bounced into the net off Read’s right leg.

NOTES: C Nick Bonino, one of four players to appear in all 56 games for Anaheim, went to the dressing room with an upper-body injury after an open-ice hit from C Zac Rinaldo at 12:38 of the opening period. He played four shifts in the second period before calling it a night. … Rinaldo returned to the lineup after missing 10 games with a high left ankle sprain. … Lindholm leads all rookies with a plus-minus figure of plus-25. He was a plus-2 against the Flyers. … Winnik’s goal was his second this season and third in his last 96 games. … The Flyers have connected on the power play in five straight games and 11 of the last 14. … The Flyers are 26-20-6 since Craig Berube replaced Peter Laviolette as head coach following the team’s second consecutive 0-3 start. … The Ducks are 32-1-2 when scoring three or more goals, and 31-0-2 when allowing fewer than three. They also are 30-1-2 when leading after two periods.