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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - No longer the Mighty Ducks, they're playing like the mightier Ducks.

Chris Pronger, Scott Niedermayer, Teemu Selanne and Jean-Sebastien Giguere have led the way and the Anaheim Ducks are flying along with one of the best records in NHL history at this point of the season.

With Norris Trophy winners Pronger and Niedermayer anchoring the defence and igniting the offence, a rejuvenated Selanne putting the puck into the net and Giguere keeping it out of it at the other end of the ice, the Ducks have a 27-5-6 record.

They've failed to earn at least a point in only five games and their 60 points tie them for the fifth most through 38 games, matching the Montreal Canadiens in 1975-76 and 1976-77. Two of the Ducks' points are from shootout victories, which would have been ties back then.

The 1929-30 Boston Bruins top the list with 67 points after 38 games.

"There's a reason why they're first in the league," Dallas' Stephane Robidas said after the Ducks dominated the Stars in a recent 4-1 victory. "They played the game the same way they've been playing all year.

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