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Selanne helps Ducks edge Predators

ANAHEIM, California (AP) -- Teemu Selanne scored Anaheim's third

power-play goal 34 seconds into overtime for his 1,200th NHL

point, rookies Andrew Ebbett and Bobby Ryan also connected with

the man advantage, and the Ducks beat the Nashville Predators

4-3 on Wednesday night.

Corey Perry also scored for Anaheim, Chris Pronger and Ryan

Getzlaf each had two assists and Jean-Sebastien Giguere made 28

saves. With 72 points, the Ducks are three points behind

eighth-place Edmonton in the Western Conference playoff race.

Joel Ward had two goals for Nashville, J.P. Dumont had a goal

and an assist and Ryan Suter had three assists. The Predators

are seventh in the conference.


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