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Topic - Jonas Hiller
Randy Carlyle appeared relieved after his Anaheim Ducks snapped a seven-game skid Wednesday night, figuring his talented club had turned a corner.
George Parros' value to the Anaheim Ducks on the ice as a fighter and off as a locker room leader goes well beyond his iconic mustache.
Johan Franzen broke a tie in the second period, Ty Conklin stopped 29 shots and the Detroit Red Wings beat Colorado 3-0 on Saturday to spoil a night in which the Avalanche retired the jersey of Peter Forsberg.
Bobby Ryan scored the only goal in a shootout and the Anaheim Ducks offset New York goalie Henrik Lundqvist's spectacular play to beat the Rangers 2-1 on Saturday night.
The Anaheim Ducks activated Jonas Hiller off the injured list after the goalie missed 15 games because of vertigo symptoms.
Alex Ovechkin sat at his locker wearing only a towel, staring quizzically at a scoresheet covered in all of those crooked numbers that used to be so familiar to the Washington Capitals.
Ryan Getzlaf scored 4:03 into overtime to give the Anaheim Ducks a 2-1 victory over the Capitals and send Washington to its seventh straight loss.
Defenseman Sheldon Souray, who scored that game-winner, called goaltender Jonas Hiller the “star” and said the Ducks were happy to pick up two points and get out of Chicago with their slide over.
"At the same, he can be the tough guy on the ice, and he does what other people are scared of doing or don't want to do," Hiller said. "He's there for the team, and he does everything for the team. That's the kind of player a team needs, and he's 100 percent a team player."