Reunite Getzlaf and Perry?

Photo: Gary A. Vasquez-USA Today

Photo: Gary A. Vasquez-USA Today

By Michael Walters

During the third period of the Anaheim Ducks game against the Los Angeles Kings on January 17, Bruce Boudreau split Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry. The two remained separate for the next two months until last the game against Boston Bruins. Boudreau put the two together again on one line with Jamie McGinn. It paid off as the line combined for four points on the night and the Ducks won 4-0.

Today the Ducks had a brief practice at Anaheim Ice and the same line of McGinn, Getzlaf, and Perry skated together. Eddy and I discuss whether the Ducks should keep Getzlaf and Perry together or not.

John Gibson was on ice today at practice and appeared to look good. According to Boudreau, he will likely start against the Winnipeg Jets in the next game. Eddy and I discuss the current goalie rotation between Gibson and Frederik Andersen. We share our thoughts on how the Ducks should proceed for the rest of the season.

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