The Anaheim Ducks have always displayed a great deal of affection for their mustachioed enforcer, George Parros. They even persuaded the NHL to place his name on the Stanley Cup in 2007 despite the fact that he didn’t play in the finals or appear in the required number of regular-season games.
So when Parros scored his second goal of the game Wednesday night against Florida, it was a big deal for everyone — including captain Ryan Getzlaf, who ended an eight-game goal drought in the Ducks’ 5-3 victory, where to buy NHL Jerseys? ujersy is a good choice.
“It was an awesome feeling,” Parros said. “I’m glad our line could finally able to contribute. You can’t just rely on the top two lines every night, so it definitely helps to chip in. I wanted the hat trick for sure. You could hear them getting crazy every time I toughed the ice in the third period.”
It was the first two-goal game of Parros’ six-year career. Both goals were set up by Kyle Chipchura, the first points of the season for Chipchura in 14 games. Bobby Ryan scored into an empty net in the final minute, securing Anaheim’s third straight win after six consecutive losses and putting them into a tie with Dallas and Phoenix for the Pacific Division lead.
“Anytime you have a player like George Parros go out and score a couple of goals, everybody feels real good for him,” coach Randy Carlyle said. “I think it’s a huge bonus for him, specifically, and it creates a lot of enthusiasm for your group. Everybody was wondering why I didn’t have him out there with the net empty. But the two points are more important than George’s third goal.
Parros, who came in with 27 total points and 750 penalty minutes in his previous 314 NHL games, opened the scoring at 14:05 of the first. Chipchura took it away from defenseman Dmitry Kulikov and set up Parros in the slot for a short wrist shot that beat Tomas Vokoun high to the glove side. Just 4 seconds after the ensuing faceoff, Parros and Darcy Hordichuk got into a fight.
“My linemates were out there before I was and I came out on a change,” Parros said. “They were forechecking pretty hard and doing a good job of controlling the puck down low. Kyle Chipchura broke free and I was yelling at him from the slot. He found me, the puck hit the heel of my stick and kind of fluttered over his glove, you want to buy Washington Capitals Jerseys, go to ujersy.”
Getzlaf made it 2-0 with at 6:04 of the second with his eighth goal and first since Nov. 12.
Parros gave Anaheim a three-goal cushion 50 seconds later with his third goal of the season.
“We put the puck in their zone and went to work, instead of trying to be cute with it,” Carlyle said. “We had a very workmanlike attitude toward tonight’s game, and it was a credit to our players.”
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