Teemu Selanne rejoined the lineup and the Ducks skated away with their first road victory since Dec. 22.
Selanne, Matt Beleskey and Ryan Getzlaf scored goals, with Getzlaf’s long wrister at 11:26 of the second period — right after he gloved down an errant Preds pass along the glass — proving to be the game-winner.
It was the third NHL goal for Beleskey, who remained at left wing with Getzlaf and right wing Corey Perry. He’s scored one in each of the last three games. Selanne shifted to a line with left wing Mike Brown and center Petteri Nokelainen, and was credited for tipping in a Nokelainen shot for the Ducks’ first goal.
Patric Hornqvist and Martin Erat added goals in the third period, but Jonas Hiller hung on to make 25 saves.
The Ducks travel to Chicago for a 4 p.m. Sunday game.
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