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The Ducks are a team that truly possess a variety of forwards that can score.
In Bobby Ryan, Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf, the Ducks have three talented big men who can cycle the puck for extraordinary periods of time. These three players love getting their noses dirty, either in front of the net or in the corners as well.
Perry is enjoying his best season to date, with 47 points in 46 games, good for ninth in the league in points. He wreaks havoc in front of the net and gets under the skin of opposing goalies and players on a nightly basis.
Bobby Ryan has also potted 21 goals in 46 games, putting him at ninth in the league.
Although Getzlaf has had a bit of a down year with 37 points in 40 games and a nasty injury, he is still able to dominate games when he wants to and should be fresh and well rested down the stretch.
The Ducks also possess two dangerous snipers in Teemu Selanne and Joffrey Lupul. Selanne is enjoying a historic campaign for a 40-year-old, with 39 points in 37 games, putting him at 24th in the league, despite missing six games with a groin injury. Eighteen of Selanne's points have come on the powerplay, where he is by far the Ducks' most dangerous weapon.
Joffrey Lupul, on the other hand, is coming off nearly a year without playing an NHL game due to a serious blood infection. With four goals and nine points in 18 games, Lupul still has a bit of work to do to get back into game shape, but he possesses an absolutely lethal shot that gives the Ducks another threat to score.
In Saku Koivu, Jason Blake and Brandon McMillan, the Ducks have talented forwards with great speed, grit and forecheck ability. All three of these players can put up respectable offensive numbers and create scoring chances on any given shift.
In Maxim Lapierre, George Parros, Aaron Voros, Kyle Chipchura and Matt Beleskey, the Ducks can bring the physical play on any given night to give opposing defensemen nightmares.