The NHL's only team without a regulation home loss, the surging Ducks try for a fifth straight victory overall against the Oilers on Sunday.
Anaheim (22-7-5) improved to 12-0-2 at home with Wednesday's 2-1 victory over Minnesota. The Ducks own the league's second-longest streak without a regulation home defeat to open a season since the implementation of the shootout in 2005-06. San Jose started 20-0-2 at home in 2008-09.
The Ducks, second in the NHL with 49 points, are in the midst of a 5-0-2 overall stretch - their third point streak of at least seven games this season.
"I think everybody is doing a really good job and bearing down," said Anaheim's Jonas Hiller, who made 23 saves against the Wild to improve to 7-0-2 with a 1.77 goals-against average at home this season. "We're playing really solid. Right now everybody is trusting each other. I trust the guys in front of me to do their job."
Corey Perry scored to extend the NHL's longest goal streak this season to seven games. He's totaled eight of his team-leading 21 goals during the career-best run, and he also has at least a point in nine straight contests (nine goals, three assists).
Teammate Ryan Getzlaf added an assist versus Minnesota to extend his official point streak to 13 games. Getzlaf has at least one point in his last 15 (10 goals, 12 assists) but the league recognizes only 13 because of an injury absence early in the stretch.
"Obviously, (Perry) is an elite talent," Minnesota forward Jason Pominville said. "He and Getzlaf play well together, and they make a lot of good plays. If you give those guys time, they'll make you pay."
Getzlaf, however, has been held without a point in five of his last six home games against the Oilers (11-20-3) - including the previous three. Perry has gone without a point in two straight and four of his last five at home in the series.
The Oilers have dropped 14 of 16 overall against the Ducks, and been held to two or fewer goals in 10 consecutive meetings. Though both Oilers victories during that span came in Anaheim, they were outscored 8-2 in the three matchups last season.
After totaling 14 goals during a 2-0-1 stretch, Edmonton fell 4-2 to Boston and 4-0 at Vancouver on consecutive nights. The Oilers recorded 41 shots on goal against the Bruins, then were outshot 40-19 by the Canucks on Friday.
"We just need to play the way we are capable of playing," goaltender Devan Dubnyk said. "That's been the most frustrating part of the whole year. We've shown that we're capable and we know what to do."
Edmonton's Taylor Hall has been held without a point in two straight after he recorded five goals and three assists during the previous four contests. He scored one of the Oilers' two goals against the Ducks last season.