The Seattle Kraken defeated the Ducks 4-2 in a Thursday night game, with Tye Kartye scoring the go-ahead goal in the third period. Jaden Schwartz, Andre Burakovsky, and Matty Beniers also contributed power-play goals for the Kraken, who overcame a 2-1 deficit after allowing two short-handed goals in the third period. Jared McCann had three assists and Philipp Grubauer made 21 saves. Seattle has now beaten the Ducks in their last six meetings, including a 4-0 win on Tuesday that ended an eight-game losing streak. Jakob Silfverberg and Isac Lundestrom scored for the Ducks, who have won just one game of their last 11.

Burakovsky tied the game at 2-2 with a power-play goal in the third period, with the puck deflecting off Anaheim’s Frank Vatrano’s stick. Kartye then gave Seattle the lead with a shot from the point, his first goal in 25 games. Beniers added another power-play goal to make it 4-2. Seattle broke a scoreless tie in the second period when Jordan Eberle’s rebound shot deflected off Schwartz’s stick for a power-play goal. Eberle notched his 400th career assist. Anaheim surged ahead in the third period with short-handed goals from Lundestrom and Silfverberg just 44 seconds apart, but Seattle came back to secure the win.

Next up for the Ducks is a game against Edmonton on Saturday. The Kraken’s win over Anaheim gives them their seventh consecutive win against the Ducks, with their previous victory being a 4-0 win that put an end to an eight-game losing streak. Seattle’s victory was fueled by goals from Kartye, Burakovsky, and Beniers, who all scored power-play goals to secure the win. Jared McCann’s three assists and Philipp Grubauer’s 21 saves were also instrumental in the Kraken’s victory. Anaheim’s Silfverberg and Lundestrom scored for the Ducks, who have only managed to win one of their last eleven games.

Burakovsky’s power-play goal tied the game at 2-2 in the third period, while Kartye’s goal gave Seattle the lead shortly after. Shortly after, Beniers added another goal to secure the Kraken’s win. Eberle’s goal in the second period broke the scoreless tie and provided Seattle with a lead before Anaheim’s short-handed goals briefly put the Ducks ahead. However, Seattle’s strong power-play performance ultimately led to victory. The Ducks will face off against Edmonton next, looking to regroup after their loss to the Kraken.

Seattle’s victory over the Ducks in this Thursday night game was a result of a strong performance from the Kraken, who overcame a 2-1 deficit after allowing two short-handed goals in the third period. The Kraken’s power-play prowess, led by goals from Burakovsky and Beniers, helped them secure the win. Seattle’s ability to come back from behind and take the lead late in the game was crucial to their success. Anaheim, on the other hand, struggled to maintain their early lead and ultimately fell to the Kraken. The Ducks will now look to bounce back against Edmonton in their next game, while the Kraken will aim to continue their winning streak.

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