Article updated: 3/19/2013 4:27 PM

Collision course: Ducks, Hawks set themselves apart

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The Anaheim Ducks and center David Steckel (20) trail the Blackhawks by just five points in the Western Conference standings.

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Chicago Blackhawks right wing Jimmy Hayes celebrates a goal against the Colorado Avalanche on Monday. The Hawks have been getting strong contributions from all four lines.

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When the Blackhawks look in the rear view mirror, all they see are the Anaheim Ducks trying to gain on them. Everyone else in the Western Conference is out of sight, but the Ducks are flying high with a 21-3-4 record. The two teams meet Wednesday night at the Honda Center separated by only 5 points in the West standings.
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    • The Anaheim Ducks and center David Steckel (20) trail the Blackhawks by just five points in the Western Conference standings.
    •  Chicago Blackhawks right wing Jimmy Hayes celebrates a goal against the Colorado Avalanche on Monday. The Hawks have been getting strong contributions from all four lines.
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