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Topic - Ben Lovejoy
Staring down the prospect of an 0-3 series deficit, the Anaheim Ducks finally figured out a way to beat the Los Angeles Kings.
When Anaheim Ducks defenseman Stephane Robidas broke his right leg for the second time this season, the pain was felt on both benches.
A day after Anaheim captain Ryan Getzlaf took a slap shot to the head, the Ducks had already found the lighter side of a potentially disastrous playoff injury.
With the Anaheim Ducks bearing down on him all night, Jaroslav Halak couldn't relax for even a moment in front of the Washington Capitals' net until the horn sounded on another victory.
Alex Ovechkin scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period, and the Capitals kept up their playoff push with a 3-2 victory Tuesday night.
The reeling Anaheim Ducks needed something to stop their slide. A record-setting second period did the trick.
The Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings walked between the palm trees into the Dodger Stadium outfield, a beach volleyball court on their right and a Kiss performance stage to their left. A surprisingly good ice rink was straight ahead, glistening in the Hollywood night.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Ben Lovejoy scored two goals in the first period, Jonas Hiller made 16 saves in his 10th consecutive victory and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Edmonton Oilers 5-2 Friday night for their 12th win in 13 games.
Tampa Bay's Steve Downie expressed regret. Pittsburgh's Chris Kunitz was remorseful, too.
"With their energy and their speed, we knew it would be deadly in Game 7," said Ben Lovejoy, who scored a second-period goal for the Ducks.
"Luckily, he's married, has a couple of kids," Anaheim defenseman Ben Lovejoy said. "He's not trying to impress anybody with his face."