Ducks defeat Wild, remain unbeaten at home
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- It is well into December and the Anaheim Ducks just aren't ready to go without gaining points at home. Corey Perry extended his career-best goal scoring streak to seven games and Alex Grant became the first defenseman in 18 years to score in his first two NHL games as the Ducks took a 2-1 decision over the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night at Honda Center. The Ducks (22-7-5) remain the only team not to have lost a regulation game at home, having gone 12-0-2 and gaining points in all 14 home contests. They've also won four straight, are on a 5-0-2 stretch overall and hold a three-point lead over the Los Angeles Kings in the Pacific Division. Early in the second period...