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Getzlaf scored both of the Ducks' goals in a blowout loss to Ottawa Friday.

Getzlaf has been a monster lately, recording five goals and 18 points in his last 11 games. He is sporting a five-game point streak and has had six multi-point outings in his last 11 games. The 29-year-old now sits fourth in NHL scoring with 37 points and is leading a Ducks' team that sits atop the Western Conference with 49 points. Getzlaf is an automatic roll every night.

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Getzlaf had a goal and an assist in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Jets. He has four points, including two goals, in his last two games.

He ripped home a shot from the high slot in the second and then stole a puck from goalie Michael Hutchinson and quickly fed a teammate for an easy tap-in. He has had at least one point in seven of his last eight games and has 14 points (four goals, 10 assists) in that span. Use him well.

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Getzlaf picked up his ninth goal of the season and also added an assist in Friday's 4-2 win over the Oilers.

That's 31 points in 30 games for the superstar power forward, who has fulfilled his lofty fantasy draft position this year. Getzlaf's shooting percentage (11.8) is right around his career average (12.3), so look for him to push 30 goals and 80 points when the dust settles this season.

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Getzlaf added three assists in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Jets.

Getzlaf is on a roll, having recorded at least one point in five straight. With the three assists on Sunday, he now has 10 points in that span and 29 overall. At a better than point-per-game pace, Getzlaf could surpass his 87 point output from last season.

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Getzlaf nabbed a goal and assist in Wednesday's shootout win over the Flyers.

Getzlaf was one of three players from each team to score in the second period, getting his wrist shot past goalie Steve Mason for his eighth marker of the season. He ranks tied for 12th in the NHL with 25 points.

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Gtezlaf snapped a three-game pointless drought Saturday, recording a goal, two assists, and six shots on goal in a loss to the Sharks.

Despite the recent drought, Getzlaf has been stellar this season, notching seven goals and 22 points in 24 games. The 29-year-old sits 20th in league scoring and is on track for another 25-goal, 70-point season. You know what to do.

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Getzlaf scored a goal on four shots, added an assist and went plus-1 in Thursday's shootout win over Vancouver.

Getzlaf had been held off the board in brutal fashion for the last two games, compiling just one shot on goal and a minus-5 rating, so it's good to see him bounce back with a solid performance. As usual, he's hovering around a point-per-game pace for Anaheim, having tallied 19 in 20.

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Getzlaf (illness) notched his fourth goal of the season in Friday's loss against the Coyotes.

The center was a surprise scratch Wednesday night after coming down with the illness, but he looked as impressive as usual in his return. He ranks among the league's leading scorers with 15 points over 14 games.

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Getzlaf (flu) was back at practice Thursday and said he had "no doubt" that he would play Friday against the Coyotes, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.

Both Getzlaf and linemate Corey Perry missed Wednesday's loss to the Islanders with cases of the flu, but it appears Getzlaf is further along in his recovery of the two. While Perry remained absent from Thursday's practice, Getzlaf didn't seem to face any limitations during the session. Barring a late recurrence of the illness during Friday's morning skate, it seems like a pretty safe bet that Getzlaf will suit up later that night.

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Getzlaf will not play Wednesday night due to flu-like symptoms.

Getlaf will take a seat along with teammate Corey Perry Wednesday evening, as both players are feeling a bit under the weather. It's unclear at this point if Ryan Kesler would move up to the first-line center, or if coach Bruce Boudreau had a different plan in mind. Consider Getzlaf day-to-day heading into Friday's showdown with the Coyotes.