Tonight, the Tampa Bay Lightning head to Anaheim to take on the Ducks at 8:00 PM ET.
Who Will Win?
The Lightning will go into tonight’s game with a record of 30-7-2. They currently have 62 points so far in the season. They have won 9 out of their last 10 games and have a current 5 win streak. During their last game against the Montreal Canadiens, Nikita Kucherov made NHL history as the 14th person to post multiple point streaks of 10 or more games in consecutive seasons. He also leads the league this season with 63 points. Also in their last game, Yanni Gourde reached his 100th NHL career point and Victor Hedman reached his 300th NHL career assist.
The Anaheim Ducks have a current record of 19-15-6 with 44 points so far in the year. They have won 4 out of their last 10 games and they hold a current 5 loss streak. Leading the Ducks with 29 points is Ryan Getzlaf. They will also be wearing their throwback jerseys with their old-school logo for the game.
Will the Ducks come out on top tonight or will the Lightning win their Duck Hunt in Anaheim?
We’re in the middle of a rut right now, and we’re going to have to get ourselves out of it. It’s a very competitive conference, and we have to win some.
Born and raised in Louisiana, a major sports state, Daytona was always a sports fan. Over the last 15 years, she watched, played, and even coached in sports, including football, basketball, and softball. It wasn't until the last 5 years that she was introduced to hockey, but she was instantly hooked on the game and thunderstruck by Tampa Bay Lightning.
A factual, analytic-style writer and avid sports fan, she took to TBL writing instantly. She focuses her blogs on pre-game comparisons between the Tampa Bay Lightning and opposing team statistics and post-game highlight recaps.
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