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Ducks make it easy for Bryzgalov in 5-1 win posted on 01/22/2015

Anaheim Ducks goalie Ilya Bryzgalov got his first win with the team and his teammates couldn’t have made it any easier.

The Ducks needed only 14 saves from Bryzgalov as they throttled the New Jersey Devils Friday night in an easy 5-1 victory at Honda Center.

“They played tremendous,” Bryzgalov said. “They play really hard for me to get that win. Pretty much they give them nothing and score five goals. What else can you ask from the team?”

The Ducks held New Jersey to one shot in the second period, tying a team mark last set in October against Dallas. The Devils had just six shots in the first 40 minutes.

It was another dominating effort after a 4-0 dismantling of Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday, leading the Ducks to think they’re on to something better after living on the edge most of the season.

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New Signings and What they Mean for the Anaheim Ducks Prospects posted on 10/16/2014

The Anaheim ducks have been facing a number of problems that needed to be sorted out quickly. From a declining and weak defense to the front where a lot of pressure was placed on Getzlaf, it was expected that manger Bob Murray would add a few players for the 2014-2015 season.

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Bob Murray has already brought new people in the off season. However, he said he would not be bringing in any more in the new 2014-2015 draft. One of his signings was 6-foot-2 Ryan Kesler brought in from Vancouver Canucks. He is expected to add some strength and aggression in the center and improve the overall game. Fans were pleased to have him on board partly because he will no longer be playing against the team.

Kesler is considered to be excellent as an agitator. Many fans also agree that he could be the strength that has been lacking at the center. He is expected to provide valuable assists for Ryan Getzlaf. Even though Getzlaf had been good enough in his position, in the eyes of Bob Murray they needed a center man to take off the pressure from him and Corey Perry.

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