Wednesday, Dec. 02, 2015 *10:30 PM ET

Lightning vs. Ducks - Anaheim Scope

Pacific Division Anaheim Ducks are going through some struggles while the current regular season as the team has managed only nine victories and eleven losses for a total of twenty-three points gained and fifty-one goal for so far in the season.
Anaheim´s latest action includes two losses to Arizona Coyotes 2-4 and*Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 at Honda Center. *

On Monday night the Ducks had a solid win over the Vancouver Canucks 0-4 as we witnessed a great effort from many of the Ducks players like 37-year-old centerman Shawn Horcoff, right wingers Rickard Rakell, Corey Perry and Jakob Silfverberg, all guys scored in their team recent outplaying over Vancouver while 22-year-old goalie John Gibson made 25 saves for his third career shutout.

22-year-old Ducks goalie John Gibson

"He made the saves he had to make. I didn't think they had an awful lot of scoring chances, but he controlled the rebounds. We won faceoffs, which was great because he was holding on to the puck and I think he did a good job." Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau

Nevertheless, we saw how the Ducks can play a 60-minute game and deliver a good result. Also, Anaheim is building on all facets while regrouping for the upcoming matches, so is the case of tonight´s game against Tampa Bay at Honda Center in the city of Anaheim.

In case, you will be interested in doing some betting on this match, be sure to check out these odds: Anaheim Ducks *-130 *5o-25 */ *Tampa Bay +110

Lightning vs. Ducks - Tampa Bay Highlights

Atlantic Division Tampa Bay Lightning are currently holding the sixth position in the overall standings sharing the bottom positions with the Sabres and the Maple Leafs after a total of twenty-five games played so far.

NY Islanders vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

Even though, Tampa Bay is averaging 2.32 goals per game after leading the NHL in scoring last season; the team is carrying a two-game losing streak dropping games to the Capitals and the Islanders 3-4. Needless to say, Tampa Bay is looking to grab a second sweep over the Anaheim Ducks, for this reason, is this a high profile clash we highly recommend.

A couple of Lightning players who were out due to injuries but have begun their way back to the action are 20-year-old left wing Jonathan Drouin and forward Cedric Paquette as per Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper.