The Ducks have managed to keep their streak alive on the road, beating the Jets 4-1 in Winnipeg.
This win brings the streak to seven, which ties the Ducks' season high.
The Jets managed to get on the board first with a goal by Bryan Little in the first period. The Ducks managed to come back and tack on three goals in the second period. The Ducks would eventualy tack on one more goal in the third period for good measure.
Coach Bruce Boudreau complemented the teams great play calling it a complete win. "We didn’t get down after getting down 1-0." Boudreau went on to say, "I thought we had a relay good opening period. We had a lot of confidence going into the second period, and all four lines were going."
Boudreau also credited Kesler and Getzlaf for "stepping it up" and taking the "Bull by the horns" in this match-up.
Getzlav credited the team and their resillience as a whole for the win and the streak. "We just have to stay focused and keep playing. All that other stuff I’ve said is just excuses. We have a lot of good guys in here that can fill those voids."
The win moves the Ducks to 21-6-5 on the season as the are on to Toronto to play the Maple Leafs on Tuesday