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ToHN Daily: Ryan Getzlaf hits Anaheim milestone; Habs reeling, Flames on fire




Ryan Getzlaf is the Anaheim Ducks’ leading scorer in franchise history, passing Teemu Selanne. Getzlaf notched his 989th career point on a Troy Terry goal in Sunday’s 4-2 win against the Montreal Canadiens.

Ryan Getzlaf, 36, played a season-high 23:58 against Montreal and has five assists in the past five games, giving him seven assists in 10 games this season.

He has accumulated his 989 points (279 G, 710 A) in 1,111 games for the Ducks, the team that drafted him 19th overall in the 2003 Draft.


Montreal: The Canadiens GM and coach are already out of ideas after a 2-8 start. Definitely sounds like a contract extension should be coming any day now. Er, maybe not.

Calgary: While Vegas appears to be frontrunners in the Jack Eichel sweepstakes, the Flames are still lurking.

Toronto: Five takeaways from the Maple Leafs’ 5-4 win vs. Detroit Saturday. (ToHN+)


Washington: Nicklas Backstrom may be getting closer to a return from a hip injury. He is going to be with the team on their upcoming road trip but has not even skated with the team yet, so he will need some time.

Pittsburgh: Jake Guentzel and Kasperi Kapanen are not producing for the Penguins. That needs to change.

San Jose: Rookie Jonathan Dahlen, who has been playing on the first line for the Sharks, is one of seven Sharks players in Covid protocol. He is asymptomatic and could be ready to play as soon as Tuesday.

Carolina: The Hurricanes remain undefeated after a win against Arizona. Hurricanes winger Nino Niederreiter will be out for a bit due to a lower-body injury.

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