Ducks ground the Jets in a shootout

ANAHEIM DUCKS defeated the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday.

The Anaheim Ducks stayed even with the Los Angeles Kings in a battle for fourth place in the NHL Pacific, thanks to a 4-3 shootout victory on Thursday at home against the Winnipeg Jets.

With the win, the Orange County team improved its record to 24-17-9, worth 57 points, the same as with the Kings.

The teams traded goals through regulation time, with Adam Enrique, Nick Ritchie and Ryan Kesler scoring for Anaheim. After a scoreless overtime, the Ducks won it when Henrique lit the lamp in the shootout. Ryan Miller made five stops in the shootout for the Ducks.

Next up for the Ducks is the All-Star break in Tampa Bay, with the Pacific All-Stars against the Central All-Stars on Sunday. Forward Rickard Rakell will represent Anaheim.

Spartans roll, Seahawks fall

Thursday night high school basketball results for the Garden Grove-Huntington Beach-Westminster area


Orangewood Academy 73, Webb Schools 31

Segerstrom 61, Ocean View 53

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