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The top seeded Anaheim Ducks dashed out to a quick start to the 2014 NHL Western Conference Playoffs. Playing in front of a boisterous home crowd at Honda Center the Ducks jumped out to a 3-0 first period lead on goals from Kyle Palmieri, Ryan Getzlaf and Mathieu Perrault. The lead would grow to 4-0 with Matt Beleskey's second period tally. The Dallas Stars would claw back into the game with three unanswered goals, but the Ducks would hold on behind 32 saves from goaltender Frederik Andersen. The young Danish netminder made his playoff debut, in favor of Jonas Hiller, who started the majority of the regular season games for Anaheim.
The choice of Andersen in goal was one of the big question marks heading into the series. Hiller put together a solid regular season and strong Olympic performance, but struggled towards the end of the Ducks quest for home ice advantage. In the last week of the season the Ducks called up twenty-year-old John Gibson, their goaltender of the future. Gibson won all three of his starts, in impressive fashion, raising the question of whether or not Head Coach Bruce Boudreau would select the young American to start the Ducks playoff run. Boudreau would choose Andersen, who put together a solid rookie season of his own as the Ducks backup.
Like in 2013 the Ducks started quick and earned an impressive opening game victory at home. They'll return to Honda Center Friday night with the goal to take a 2-0 lead to Dallas and avoid the fate of last season. In 2013 the second seeded Ducks won the first game at home but then went on to lose the series in seven to the Detroit Red Wings. The Ducks will enjoy a needed night off Thursday night before the puck drops on game two of the series Friday night. Anaheim lost two members of their top line, Ryan Getzlaf and Matt Beleskey to injury. Getzlaf was hit in the face with a puck late in the game and suffered a cut that required stitches. Boudreau expects his best player and captain to return for Friday's game. The jury is still out on Beleskey, who suffered a lower body injury. The young forward, a physical presence, formed a solid late season combination with Getzlaf and Perry on the Ducks top line. Beleskey has been on a goal-scoring tear lately, and games missed could upset some of the chemistry the Ducks have enjoyed on the top line.
Anaheim will also want to avoid a mid-game swoon like what happened Wednesday night. A lull had to be expected due to the intensity that the Ducks started the first period with. After falling behind big in their first playoff start in five seasons the Stars got back into the game behind solid play from their two stars, Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin. Anaheim resisted the Stars late push and Andersen held on, giving them a big victory.
Game two between the Ducks and Stars is set for Friday night at Honda Center, with a 7:00 PM faceoff. Anaheim and Dallas will have two days off to travel to Dallas for Game three, Monday night.