Ducks extend unbeaten home start, knock off Canes 4-2

GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer ANAHEIM (AP) — When Carter Rowney's short-handed goal sailed into the Carolina net, the Anaheim Ducks had scored nine consecutive goals across two games against two of the best teams in the Eastern Conference. A few months after the Ducks missed the playoffs, they've started superbly under a new coach preaching speed, discipline and fun. Adam Henrique and Troy Terry scored in the first period, Ryan Miller made 22 saves and the Ducks remained unbeaten at home with a 4-2 victory over the Hurricanes on Friday night. Rowney scored early in the second period to put the Ducks up 4-0, chasing Carolina goalie Petr Mrazek during a tremendous offensive surge by the NHL's lowest-scoring team last season. Jakob Silfverberg also scored in the second period for the
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