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Anaheim Ducks set insane NHL record

It's no secret that goal scoring is up across the entire NHL. With teams putting up 5+ goal performances more than ever before, the 2023-24 season is on pace to become the highest scoring of all time. With a dramatic increase in goal scoring, also comes more records being shattered than ever before.

On Sunday night, the Anaheim Ducks broke an impressive All-Time NHL record, one that could be considered both good or bad depending on the way its viewed.

Vegas came into Sunday nights game at the Honda Center riding an impressive 7-0 victory over the Avalanche the night before, and their fatigue likely caught up to them during the third period.

The Ducks bested the Golden Knights 4-2, giving Vegas their first regulation loss of the season.

In the win, Anaheim came back from a 2-0 deficit to score four unanswered goals in the third. And in doing so, they actually set an absolutely absurd record.

Ducks make history

The Anaheim Ducks became the fastest team in NHL history to post five third-period comeback wins in a single season. It only took them 11 games to reach the benchmark.

While doing so, they handed both the Boston Bruins and the Vegas Golden Knights their first regulation losses of the season. Both teams currently sit at the top of the NHL standings.

Now at 7-4-0, the Ducks hold onto the fourth spot in the Pacific Division. They've started off strong and hope to maintain a playoff spot come April.

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