Los Angeles Times
Ducks turn on power for victory
Mason McTavish and Jakob Silfverberg scored power-play goals in the third period and the Ducks extended their points streak to five games, beating the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 on Friday night at Honda Center.
Jayson Megna also scored for the Ducks, who are 4-0-1 during its streak. John Gibson stopped 26 shots.
The Ducks came into the game last in the league on the power play with a 15.6% conversion rate and was one for 17 in their last five games.
But they found their stride with the man-advantage midway through the third. McTavish scored on a one-timer from the right faceoff circle off a pass by Cam Fowler to make it 2-1.
Silfverberg provided the winner with five minutes remaining when he put a wrist shot past Canadiens goalie Sam Montembeault.
Ducks general manager Pat Verbeek said forward Adam Henrique (medial collateral ligament sprain) might return for the last two weeks of the season.