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( 2 - 3 )
5 p.m. PDT
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3:30 p.m. PDT
After Saturday night's loss, Ducks head coach Randy Carlyle said they won't mope. Instead, they'll re-focus and get right back at it.
"We're not going to hang our heads and be doom and gloom," he said. "We'll flush this and get ourselves ready. We'll re-energize our group and look forward to playing a better game than we played [Saturday]. We've won in that building before, so it doesn't really matter where we go. We can have success if we play to our capabilities."
For what it's worth, Carlyle said in his postgame press conference on Saturday that Gibson told him he would be in the net tonight, but time will tell.
"It's a privilege to be here," said Chris Wagner, who scored Anaheim's lone goal in Game 5. "We've earned it. You have to take that opportunity and use it to the best of our advantage. We have two must-win games now, so we don't really have a choice whether to bring our effort or not."