Thursday night's 4-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning meant more to the Ducks than most will realize. Typically, moral victories don't mean a thing. They don't win games and they mean squat in terms of standings. However, when you're the team bringing up the rear in the Western Conference, moral victories can often mean just as much as real ones. For the first time in what seems like an eternity, the Ducks were able to take advantage of the power play, physical play, and big-named superstars on the roster. Finally. Scoring three of their four goals, the first by Teemu Selanne coming just as the man advantage expired, was a huge boost for the Ducks looking to turn any negatives into positives. In fact, just watching the Ducks get more than one shot off during a power play seemed like a ...
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