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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The eggplant-and-teal jerseys took the Anaheim Ducks back to their franchises founding year. The record-setting offensive performance suggested the Ducks mightiest days could be right in front of them. Corey Perry scored two goals, Jonas Hiller made 30 saves, and the Ducks beat Bobby Ryan and the Ottawa Senators 4-1 Sunday night for their fourth straight victory. Captain Ryan Getzlaf and Nick Bonino also scored for the Ducks, who were Mighty again on a throwback night celebrating the 20th anniversary of the franchises 1993 debut. Wearing their colorful original jerseys, the Ducks racked up a franchise-record 56 shots against the Senators, who lost their fourth straight. Anaheim has fielded its share of eye-catching teams over the past two decades, but these Ducks are confident they could be as good as any of them after outscoring their last four opponents 17-6. "Thats the way we want to play," Perry said. "We want to put as many pucks on the net as possible. Good things happen when you do that. If we start like that, were going to be successful. Were going to play that quick game, were going to forecheck, and get better every single game." Anaheim surpassed its previous club record of 54 shots, set in March 2009 against Edmonton. Ottawa also set a franchise record for shots allowed, surpassing the 51 shots yielded twice before. Rookie defenceman Hampus Lindholm had two assists for his first NHL points for the Ducks, who followed up their 6-0 embarrassment of the New York Rangers last Thursday with another demolition of an Eastern Conference team. "I was really proud they came out and did the same thing," Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said. "Theyre moving their legs, and its tough to keep up with them right now." Craig Anderson allowed two goals on the Ducks first nine shots before Robin Lehner replaced him just 4:06 into the first period. Lehner stopped 45 shots for the Senators, who yielded 50 shots at the Shark Tank one night earlier. "Its a little bit worse," Ottawa coach Paul MacLean said. "It is two nights in a row. You give up over 50 shots, you hang your goalie out right from the start of the game. Were not very good. We need to go back to square one and find something to hang our hat on. Right now the only thing we have is goaltenders, and we make them work too hard." Hiller improved to 3-0 with several outstanding saves while wearing a throwback mask painted with the Ducks old logo and a cartoon version of Wild Wing, the Ducks mascot. "I felt a little bad for (Lehner)," Hiller said. "Thought it could have been an even higher score." Ryan scored his 150th career goal amid boos from the sellout crowd in his first game back in Anaheim since the Ducks traded the high-scoring forward last summer. The Ducks former No. 2 overall pick had four 30-goal seasons in Anaheim before the club shipped him to Ottawa in an apparent cost-cutting move. Anaheim landed promising forward Jakob Silfverberg, who went scoreless against his former team on his 23rd birthday after scoring four goals in the Ducks first four games. Ryan, who had publicly expressed discontent with the Ducks in the past, was greeted with mostly boos -- even more when he scored late in the first period on a sharp cross-ice pass from Kyle Turris. "We were down 2-0 early," Ryan said. "If you dont change the way you play against a team like that, that is playing pretty well, youre not going to have any success." Anaheim had 11 shots and two goals in the first five minutes alone. Ottawa allowed 24 shots in the first period in Anaheim after yielding 24 in the third period of Saturday nights 3-2 loss in San Jose. Perry scored from the slot just 27 seconds in on a pass from Patrick Maroon, and Getzlaf added another less than four minutes later on a setup from Lindholm. After Ryans goal, Ottawa trailed just 2-1 despite the Ducks 24 shots, a franchise record for a first period. But Lindholm made an exceptional backhand, cross-ice pass to set up Perrys second goal in the second. Bonino put Anaheim up 4-1 when he lost a faceoff to Jean-Gabriel Pageau, yet still controlled the puck and put a snap shot past Lehner. NOTES: RW Stefan Noesen, the other top prospect acquired from Ottawa in the trade for Ryan, has a "significant" injury to his left knee, according to the Ducks. Noesen was on crutches with an immobilizing brace on his knee after the game. ... The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim joined the NHL in 1993 when the Walt Disney Company named its expansion franchise after the Emilio Estevez-starring kids movie released a year earlier. Anaheim welcomed back 15 members of the original roster Sunday night, with the biggest cheers reserved for goalie Guy Hebert and enforcer Stu Grimson. ... 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"Its pretty hard to coach there without allowing some of these things to kind of affect you," Wilson told TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun in his ESPN. Gianluigi Buffon Jersey . -- The NFL cancelled its Hall of Fame game between St.SAN DIEGO -- Hall of Fame broadcaster Jerry Coleman, a former second baseman for the New York Yankees who interrupted his pro career to fly as a Marine Corps pilot in World War II and Korea, died Sunday, the San Diego Padres said. He was 89. Coleman spent more than four decades with the Padres as a broadcaster. He managed the team in 1980. Padres president Mike Dee said Coleman died at a hospital Sunday afternoon. He said the team was notified by Colemans wife, Maggie. A family friend told The Associated Press on Sunday night that Coleman had surgery before Christmas for bleeding in the brain. Doctors discovered more bleeding last week and Coleman had more surgery, said the friend, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the situation. "Its a sad day," Padres manager Bud Black said. "Were losing a San Diego icon. Hes going to be missed." The Padres planned to keep Colemans statue at Petco Park open until 11:30 p.m. Sunday so fans could pay tribute. While recounting his military career in an interview days before the statue was unveiled in September 2012, Coleman said: "Your country is bigger than baseball." Coleman spent some seven decades in pro baseball, a career that included four World Series titles with the Yankees and was interrupted by his service in World War II and the Korean War. He flew 120 missions combined in the two wars. Coleman was awarded two Distinguished Flying Crosses, 13 Air Medals and three Navy Citations. Around Petco Park and on Padres radio broadcasts, Coleman was known as "The Colonel," having retired from the Marines with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He was the only major leaguer to see combat in two wars. "He was a wonderful human being and a great guy," Black said. "He was one of a kind. He sort of blazed his own path from San Francisco and ended up as a war hero and a major league ballplayer and doing so many things in our game. As much as hes remembered for all he accomplished as a baseball man, he was more proud of his military service." Colemans broadcast schedule had been reduced to home day games. He also did a pregame interview with Black, who said Coleman was self-deprecating and preferred to talk about the Padres rather than anything hed done with the Yankees or in the Marines. "You wouldnt know it walking down the street that he was a World Series champion and also a guy that flew fighter planes," Black said. Coleman was known for calls of "Oh, Doctor!" and "You can hang a star on that!" after big plays. He received the Ford C. Frick Award from the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005. He also was known for malaprops, like the time he was describing Dave Winfield going back for a long fly ball. "I said, Winfield hit his head against the wall and its rolling toward the infield. I meant the ball, of course," Coleman said in 2012. In a statement, commissioner Bud Selig said Coleman "was a hero and a role model to myself and countless others in the game of baseball. ... But above all, Jerrys decorated service to our country in both World War II and Korea made him an integral part of the Greatest Generation. He was a true friend whose counsel I valued greatly." After graduating from high school in 1942, Coleman travelled three days by train from San Francisco to Wellsville, N.Y., to report to the New York Yankees Class D affiliate. Still 17, he was too young to enlist and fight in World War II, so he got to spend the summer playing ball. After he joined the military, he flew Douglas SBD Dauntless dive bombers in the Pacific in World War II..ddddddddddddHe played three more seasons of minor league ball before making his big league debut with the Yankees on April 20, 1949. He was The Associated Press Rookie of the Year that season. Colemans best season was 1950, when he was an All-Star and was named MVP of the Yankees four-game sweep of the Philadelphia Phillies in the World Series. Among his teammates were Joe DiMaggio, Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto and Johnny Mize. "We won the first game 1-0 and I drove in that run," Coleman recalled in 2012. "We won the second game 2-1. I scored one of the two runs and DiMaggio hit a home run in the 10th to win it. In the third game I drove in the winning run in the last inning, and in the fourth game I rested." By "rested," he means he went 0 for 3. "I was exhausted," he said. In October 1951, Coleman found out that Marine pilots from World War II were not discharged, but on inactive status and that hed be going to Korea for 18 months. He missed the bulk of two seasons. Coleman said he took his physical along with Ted Williams in Jacksonville in 1952. Williams, a San Diego native, also was a Marine pilot in World War II, but didnt see combat duty. He did fly combat missions in Korea. When Coleman returned to the Yankees, he hit only .217. He was sent to an eye doctor, who told him hed lost his depth perception. "If youre trying to hit a baseball and you dont have depth perception, you have a problem," Coleman said. He got that corrected but then broke his collarbone in April 1955. The night he came back from that injury, he got beaned. His last season was 1957, when he hit .364 in a seven-game World Series loss to the Milwaukee Braves. Coleman worked in the Yankees front office before beginning a broadcasting career that eventually brought him to San Diego. "First and foremost, he was an American hero whose service to this country is his lasting legacy. He was also a great Yankee, a true ambassador for baseball, and someone whose imprint on our game will be felt for generations," Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner said. "On behalf of the entire New York Yankees organization, we send our deepest condolences to the Coleman family." Coleman managed the Padres in 1980, when they went 73-89 and finished last in the NL West. Coleman was fired and returned to the booth. "I should never have taken it," he said. "I look at it now and see the mistakes I made. If I wanted to be a manager, I should have gone to the minor leagues and developed there." Colemans statue at Petco Park depicts him in a flight suit. Coleman said the closest he came to being killed was in Korea when the engine in his Corsair quit during takeoff and his plane flipped. He preferred to talk about his comrades. Coleman remembered a mission over Korea when a plane piloted by his buddy, Max Harper, blew up and flew straight into the ground. "I knew there was no need for help. It was an unpleasant thing," Coleman said. In describing the two-seat Dauntless he flew in the Solomon Islands and the Philippines, Coleman said the gunner "was the bravest man I knew. If I did something wrong, he died, too." Longtime San Francisco Giants broadcaster Duane Kuiper mentioned the various halls of fame Coleman belonged to and added: "More than anything hes just a Hall of Fame guy. If he had a bad day, it was never around us. He was always in a good mood. He was quite funny. Northern California guy. Really just a great guy. Im shocked and saddened that he passed away. "Heres a guy, what didnt he do in life?" Kuiper said. NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Online Cheap Authentic Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '


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