ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Ducks haven’t lost at home to the Calgary Flames since before the 2004-05 NHL lockout.
The streak’s start even predates Rick Carlyle’s first tenure with Anaheim.
Ryan Kesler scored two power-play goals, Jonathan Bernier had 25 saves and the Ducks beat the Flames 4-1 for their 24th consecutive home win against Calgary.
The victory broke the Philadelphia Flyers’ mark of 23 straight wins at home against the Pittsburgh Penguins from February 1980 through January 1987.
Carlyle and the Ducks are mystified by the run, and captain Ryan Getzlaf said any streak is “pretty amazing in this league.”
“You string some wins together and maybe they don’t feel as comfortable in this building,” said Clayton Stoner, who scored the opening goal.
Andrew Cogliano also scored for the Ducks.
Alex Chiasson had a goal for the Flames, who have not won at Honda Center since Jan. 19, 2004. Chad Johnson…