Ugh I hope they never bring those ugly mustards back.
I was told by a Ducks fan that Beauchemin was injured blocking a shot a few weeks ago and has been held out of some practices. If it's the same injury he was playing with it in game 1, so I'd imagine he'll be in game 2.
I personally thought they were trying to juggle the lines too much. And he split up the RPG line as well.
As for shots that definitely helped although I will say a lot of their shots were good quality chances. I don't think we'll always be able to keep them under 30 shots per game.
The RPG line hasn't been a line for a while. Ryan has been centering the third line for a while. Every time I've watched games for the last month or so those three have not been together. I think Carlyle was trying to get more balance across his lineup. I have a funny feeling we'll be seeing the RPG line together again tonight.