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first_img Lupul profited from playing on Anaheim’s special teams to get his first career short-handed goal. “I don’t think I saw two seconds on penalty killing last year,” Lupul said. “Now (coach) Randy (Carlyle) is giving me a great opportunity to kill penalties and work on the power play. It’s something I’ve got to run with.” Anaheim got 36 saves from Jean-Sebastien Giguere. Chicago’s Nikolai Khabibulin, who led Tampa Bay to a Stanley Cup in 2003-04 season, allowed five goals on 24 shots. Chicago rookie Rene Bourque scored in his first NHL game, while Mark Bell and Curtis Brown also scored. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! But Joffrey Lupul, entering his second NHL season, had two goals, one at even strength, the other short-handed. “Getting the first goal was a relief,” said Selanne, in his second tour with the Ducks. “The first win was more important.” CHICAGO – The Mighty Ducks got goals from likely and unlikely sources in their season-opening 5-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night. Teemu Selanne and Scott Niedermayer – Anaheim’s big free-agent acquisitions – scored power-play goals and Rob Niedermayer, Scott’s younger brother, added one with the Ducks short-handed. center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Scott Niedermayer, who came to Anaheim from New Jersey, was happy to get back to work after losing a season to the lockout in what could be a faster, more-fluid NHL because of several rules changes. “Both teams were excited to get back on the ice,” he said. “You have that combined with the number of penalties and it wasn’t really a control game for either team. There was a lot of activity all over the ice.” The Mighty Ducks converted two of nine power-play chances, while the Blackhawks were 1 for-9. Rob Niedermayer said the last time he and his brother scored a goal for the same team in the same game was with Team Canada during the 2004 World Cup. Scott wasn’t so sure, but looks forward to skating with his brother. “I don’t have that good a memory of it, but if he said it, it must be true,” Scott Niedermayer said of scoring in the same game. “Just going the full season of competing together for the same team will be special for us.” last_img read more