Henrique has been performing well in his recent games, scoring points in three of his last four games and totaling nine points in his last eight contests. He is tied for third among team leaders in scoring and sits second in goals for the season. Terry also reached over 30 points this season and leads the team in assists with 20. Carlsson has collected three assists in his first four games back from an injury and ranks second among NHL rookies in points per game.
In the game, New York almost closed the gap in the second period, but Anaheim’s Mason McTavish saved the goal. Kreider scored for New York, continuing his impressive performance over the past few games. Despite a disallowed goal for Anaheim, New York managed to tie the game, ultimately winning with goals from Panarin and Kreider.
The Ducks will play their next game against Buffalo after concluding a short two-game homestand.