2018 Player and Franchise Records Made

Here are the Player’s Career and Ducks Franchise Records made in 2018 of the 2018-19 season

10-8-18- The Anaheim Ducks celebrated their 25th Anniversary Season Home Opener with a 3-2 shootout win over the Detroit Red Wings in front of the 400th sellout in franchise history (17,436, including standing room only). Playing the same opponent as their inaugrural game on Oct. 8, 1993, the Ducks tied tonight’s contest in both the second and third periods before Troy Terry clinched the win with the lone shootout goal

10-8-18- Max Comtois became the second rookie in franchise history to record at least one point in each of his first three career NHL games. Perry was the first to do so in 2005-06.

10-8-18- Jakob Silfverberg became the first Duck since 2014-15 to record five points in his first three games. Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, and Ryan Kesler all earned five points in Anaheim’s first three games of 2014-15 from Oct. 9-13, 2014

10-8-18- John Gibson became the first goaltender in franchise history to start and win the first three games of a regular season after stopping 19-of-21 shots and all three shootout attempts.

10-14-18- The Anaheim Ducks have won three consecutive games at Enterprise Center dating to Nov. 29, 2017, tying the franchise mark for wins in St. Louis (Dec. 31, 2005-March 31, 2007)

10-30-18- Pontus Aberg became the first Duck player since 2013 (Daniel Winnik) and ninth player in club history to record consecutive multi-goal games. The others are Corey Perry, Teemu Selanne, Brendan Morrison, Bobby Ryan, Samuel Pahlsson, and Paul Kariya.

11-1-18- Rickard Rakell scored the game-tying goal with 26 seconds left in the third period. It was the first time in franchise history the Ducks have tied the game in the last 30 seconds.

11-4-18- Cam Fowler with the first career hat trick, Fowler’s hat trick was the third by a Ducks defenseman in the history of the franchise, and in each case the third goal was an overtime winner. In fact, Fowler became just the seventh defenseman in NHL history to record three goals.

11-4-18- Cam Fowler’s three goals tied him with Francois Beauchemin (56) for second on the all-time franchise goals list for defensemen and moved him with one GWG from tying Scott Niedermayer (13) for the all-time franchise lead among defenseman in GWG.

11-4-18 Head Coach Randy Carlyle moved into a tie with Roger Neilson (460) for 30th among NHL coaches in all-time wins.

11-7-18- The Anaheim Ducks have won 27 of the last 28 home games (27-1-0) against Calgary and improved to 34-11-2 overall dating to Nov. 24, 2007. In addition, the Ducks went to 12-3-0 in their last 15 games vs. the Flames dating to Nov. 24, 2015

11-7-18- Ryan Miller moved to tie with Andy Moog (372) for 17th on the all-time wins list of NHL goaltenders. He moved within two wins tying John Vanbiesbrouck for the most among U.S. born goalies.

11-7-18- Ryan Getzlaf scored his 49th career GWG to lead the Anaheim Ducks to a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames. Getzlaf ranks third among all-time franchise leaders in GWG, behind only Teemu Selanne (77) and Corey Perry (63).

11-7-18 Head Coach Randy Carlyle passed Roger Neilson (460) for sole possession 30th among NHL coaches in all-time wins.

11-12-18- John Gibson stopped 34-of-35 shots and 3-of-4 shootout attempts enroute route to his 99th career NHL win.

11-12-18- Randy Carlyle moved within one win tying Bob Hartley (463) for 29th among NHL coaches in all-time wins.

11-12-18- The Anaheim Ducks recorded their 10th game allowing two goals or less this season. Anaheim ranks tied for second among NHL teams in games allowing two or fewer goals (also Vancouver and Nashville; Boston leads with 11 games).

11-18-18- Randy Carlyle appeared in his 890th career game behind the bench to surpass Punch Imlach )889) for sole possession of 34th on the NHL all-time games coached list.

11-18-18- The Anaheim Ducks reached overtime for the second consecutive game and eighth time this season, tied for the most in the NHL.

11-18-18- The Anaheim Ducks dressed four rookie defenseman – Jacob Larsson, Marcus Pettersson, Josh Mahura, and Andy Welinski – it’s the first time Anaheim had four rookie d-men in a game since May 3, 1995 (Darren Van Impe, Jason York, Milos Holan and Oleg Tverdovsky.)

11-21-18- John Gibson collected his 100th career NHL win in Anaheim’s 4-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks to become the fourth Ducks goaltender to reach the milestone, joining Jean-Sebastien Giguere (206), Guy Hebert (173) and Jonas Hiller (162).

11-21-18- Randy Carlyle moved into tie with Bob Hartley (463) for 29th among NHL coaches in all-time wins.

11-21-18- The Anaheim Ducks earned it’s third consecutive home win vs. Vancouver dating to Nov. 9, 2017. The three-game home win streak vs. the Canucks matched a franchise record previously established Nov. 10, 2013- Jan. 15, 2014.

11-23-18- Rickard Rakell scored his fifth career OT goal to lead the Ducks to a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over the Edmonton Oilers at Honda Center. Rakell’s game-winner 14 seconds into the extra frame marked his 100th career NHL goal and 22nd career GWG. Rakell became the eighth Duck to score 100 goals with the franchise, joining Andrew Cogliano (100), Bobby Ryan (147), Steve Rucchin (153), Ryan Getzlaf (253), Paul Kariya (300), Corey Perry (366) and Teemu Selanne (457).

11-23-18- Anaheim Ducks also reached the overtime session for the third time in four games and a league-leading ninth time overall this season.

11-23-18- Nick Ritchie scored the game-tying goal with 26 seconds left in the third period. It was the 14th time in franchise history the Ducks have tied the game in the last 30 seconds. This was the second time this month Anaheim scored the game-tying goal in the last 30 seconds. Rickard Rakell scored the game-tying goal with 26 seconds left in the third period on Nov. 1 vs. the New York Rangers. With the goal, Ritchie extended his point streak to a career-high four games (1-3=4).

11-23-18- John Gibson recorded his 12th start allowing two-goals-or-less this season, stopping 27-of-28 shots.

11-23-18- Randy Carlyle earned his 464th win to surpass Bob Hartley (463) for sole possession of 29th among NHL coaches in all-time wins.

11-23-18- Anaheim Ducks has now earned points in 26 of its last 28 games vs. Edmonton, going 20-2-6 (46 pts.) dating to Apr. 5, 2012. At Honda Center, the Ducks have points in 13 of their last 14 games vs. the Oilers dating to Apr. 8, 2013 (11-1-2, 24 pts.).

11-27-18- Ryan Miller with his 373rd win passes Andy Moog for sole possession of 17th on the all-time wins list for NHL goalies. He is just one win away from tying John Vanbiesbrouck (374) for all-time lead among U.S. born netminders.

11-28-18- Josh Manson recorded second fastest goal to start a game in franchise history. Manson scored 15 seconds into a game. Paul Kariya owns the clubs record, scoring 8 seconds into a game in Colorado on March 9, 1997

11-30-18- John Gibson’s 33-save performance came in his 200th NHL game, and improved his record this season to 10-8-4. It also gave the Ducks five consecutive victories overall against the Hurricanes and five in a row at PNC Arena dating to Feb. 12, 2015. Additionally, the Ducks have now gone 9-2-1 vs. Carolina since Feb. 23, 2003.

12-2-18- The Anaheim Ducks scored five unanswered goals in the second and third periods, including the go-ahead tally late in regulation to pull off a feat never done before in their franchise’s history. Today’s comeback in Washington marked the first time in club history the Ducks have rallied from four goals down to win on the road (and first such comeback win in regulation). Only once before have the Ducks ever come back to win after trailing by four goals, and it came at home in overtime when they rallied from 4-0 down to beat the Winnipeg Jets, 5-4, on March 31, 2014.

12-2-18- The Anaheim Ducks became the first road team to accomplish the feat in regulation since Colorado on March 9, 1999 at Florida. Additionally, the four-goal comeback win also marked the first time in which a team (home or road) overcame such a deficit against a defending Stanley Cup Champion.

12-2-18 With the win against the Capitals Ryan Miller is now tied John Vanbiesbrouck (374) for the all-time lead among U.S.-born goaltenders in victories.

12-5-18- The Anaheim Ducks opened their four-game homestand with a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks. Anaheim has won a season-high five straight games (5-0-0, 10 pts.) and seven of their last eight (7-1-0, 14 pts.). The Ducks also have points in nine of their last 10 games (7-1-2, 16 pts.) and in 10 of their last 12 (8-2-2, 18 pts.). Anaheim’s five-game win streak is tied for the longest active streak in the NHL.

12-9-18- Anaheim Ducks rallied three times from one-goal deficits to collect its sixth win in the last seven games (6-1-0, 12 pts.) with a 6-5 shootout victory over New Jersey at Honda Center. The Ducks earned their eighth win in the last 10 games (8-2-0, 16 pts.) and their fourth victory in the last five home games. Anaheim also picked up points at home for the seventh time in the last eight contests (5-1-2, 12 pts.). In addition, the Ducks reached overtime for the 11th time this season, tied for the most in the NHL.

12-9-18- Daniel Sprong was successful in his first career NHL shootout attempt.

12-9-18- Pontus Aberg scored his team-leading 10th goal of the season at 8:35 of the third period to tie the score at 4-4. The goal gave Aberg points in four of his last five games (4-2=6).

12-9-18- Ryan Getzlaf (0-2=2) posted multi-point efforts. Getzlaf recorded his 898th and 899th career points and moved into the team lead for assists (16).

12-9-18- Jakob Silfverberg scored his eighth goal of the season at the 2:12 mark of the first period. The goal extended Silfverberg’s goal streak to three consecutive games matching a career high that was established Dec. 22-29, 2016 (3-0=3).

12-9-18- Randy Carlyle made his 900th appearance as an NHL head coach. Carlyle ranks 34th all-time in games coached.

12-9-18- Anaheim Ducks extended its franchise-best home win streak vs. New Jersey to five games dating to Jan. 16, 2015. Anaheim also earned points for the ninth time in its last 10 home games vs. New Jersey dating to Nov. 26, 2003 (7-1-2, 16 pts.).

12-12-18- Ryan Getzlaf collected his 900th and 901st career NHL points (0-2=2) to lead the Ducks to a come-from-behind 5-3 victory over the Dallas Stars. Getzlaf joined Teemu Selanne as the only two players in franchise history to record 900 points. The Anaheim captain also became the 112th player in NHL history and the eighth active skater to reach the 900-point milestone.

12-12-18- Ondrej Kase scored his first career hat trick (3-0=3) and earned a career-high +4 rating in the win. Kase’s hat trick was the second hat trick scored by a Ducks player this season, and the 53rd in franchise history. The first hat trick of the season came from Cam Fowler on Nov. 4 vs. the Columbus Blue Jackets at Honda Center.

12-12-18- With his 46th career goal, Hampus Lindholm surpassed Oleg Tverdovsky (45) for sole possession of fourth on the all-time franchise goals list for defenseman. Lindholm also earned a career-tying +4 rating.

12-12-18- Brandon Montour established career highs in assists (3), plus/minus (+5) and points (1-3=4). His +5 rating tied the club record, set last by Bryan Allen and Sami Vatanen on Oct. 10, 2013 vs. NYR.

12-12-18- Anaheim Ducks improved its franchise-best home win streak vs. Dallas to six straight games dating to Jan. 15, 2016, outscoring its Central Division opponent, 22-9.

12-15-18- Anaheim Ducks has won five straight on the road for its longest road winning streak since going 6-0-0 from Feb. 13 to March 5, 2016.

12-29-18- Daniel Sprong scored his first NHL Power Play Goal in the first period

12-31-18- The Anaheim Ducks reached overtime for the 14th time this season, co-leading the NHL with Buffalo and Detroit.

12-31-18-The Anaheim Ducks went 26-6-9 for 61 points in 41 home regular-season games during the 2018 calendar year, ranking tied for fourth among NHL teams in points. Anaheim also led the NHL in fewest regulation home losses in 2018 (6).

12-31-18- Nick Ritchie scored his fifth goal of the season at the 17:08 mark of the first period. Ritchie extended his point streak to three games (1-4=5), one shy of his career high from Nov. 16-23 (1-3=4).

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