And on the sixth day, the Ducks erupted.
Jonas Hiller allowed two goals, one from long range, in the game’s first 4:24, putting the Ducks in a familiar position before at home, where they’d lost four straight on a six-game homestand. But sparked by its top line of Lupul, Ryan Getzlaf and Perry, Anaheim rallied for six straight goals.Perry got things started on a nifty strike in traffic with 3:29 left in the first period.
Energy-liners Parros and Brown joined in the party in the second period. Parros scored his first of the season at 2:29, firing from his backside as he crashed the net. Brown’s first goal of the season came with the Ducks short-handed at 16:15, putting the Ducks ahead 3-2.
Perry’s second goal of the game, his team-leading seventh of the season, came with the Ducks holding a man advantage at 18:07 of the second period. That was the last of the four goals allowed by Vancouver starter Andrew Raycroft, who faced 22 shots.
Ryan emerged from his season-long slump with two goals of his own in the third period. His first, a one-timer from the left circle at the 3:32 mark, gave the Ducks their second power-play goal in as many chances.His second, at 6:12, went up and over backup Cory Schneider.
Lupul made it 7-2 with 1:13 left in the game.