AP Sports Writer
ANAHEIM (AP) — Troy Terry circled his net with the puck and looked up at the two Vancouver Canucks between him and Ryan Getzlaf way down at the far blue line.
"My instinct was to pass to him, but I thought, 'Is that the smartest thing?'" the rookie said. "So I just ripped it to him, and he's Ryan Getzlaf, so of course he made a play."
Terry's long aerial pass eluded both Canucks and hit Getzlaf in the glove. The Ducks' longtime captain settled the puck and sent Anaheim to another thrilling home win.
Getzlaf scored a breakaway goal 2:30 into overtime, and John Gibson made 39 saves in the Ducks' 2-1 victory over Vancouver on Friday night.
In the 999th game of a career spent entirely with Anaheim, Getzlaf ended it with his seventh goal of the young seaso