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Though the odds are stacked against them, the Ducks have erased 0-2 series deficits twice since 2014.
Their fans call themselves the "Orange Crush," and you will see it in full effect tonight.
"If we focus on ourselves, which is what we're going to do, we're going to gain energy from it," said Patrick Eaves. "We had a great atmosphere [in Anaheim] the last two games. We'll expect a great one [in Edmonton]."
Tilted Kilt, Orange
"You always look at the bounces," said head coach Randy Carlyle. "We had lots of bounces go our way in the Calgary series. The power-play goal they scored last night went off a skate. That is the kind of stuff that is happening to us. Could we have been in better position? Yes. We could've cleared the puck down the ice. We felt, at the top, there was a pick pulled off and the puck changes sides. In reality, we didn't score enough goals or get enough traffic to the net. We had our fair share of chances. There is still more for us to give."
Carlyle said Sami Vatanen (upper body) is "inching closer" to returning to the lineup and they'll get another opportunity to evaluate him tomorrow in Edmonton. Vatanen hasn't played since Game 1 against Calgary. Nick Ritchie missed Game 2 last night due to flu-like symptoms that developed suddenly and unexpectedly just prior to warmups. Ritchie appeared fine during the day and even took line rushes, but Carlyle said he had to leave the ice early.