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Anaheim Ducks continue domination of Phoenix Coyotes with 2-1 victory

Jean-Sebastien Giguere stopped 24 shots, allowing a goal by Phoenix captain Shane Doan. Anaheim is 16-1-1 with a tie in the last 18 matchups between the teams and has taken six of the first seven meetings this season.

The Ducks have 40 victories and lead the Pacific Division with 91 points. They are three wins and seven points from equalling the franchise record in both categories, set last season.

Anaheim played without Norris Trophy-winning defenceman Chris Pronger, who broke the big toe on his left foot during a workout following Sunday's victory against Nashville and is expected to be sidelined at least two weeks.

Right winger Owen Nolan, the Coyotes' second-leading scorer, missed his second straight game because of a shoulder injury that has plagued him the last few weeks.

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