AHL.com has learned the Ducks will play a pair of games on the road in the coming days, with the first at SAP Center in San Jose.
The Ducks won their first-ever game at SAP, beating the Los Angeles Kings 4-1 on Thursday night.
They will also take on the St. Louis Blues at SAP on Saturday and Sunday.
The first two games will be played in Los Angeles, with a third game in Anaheim.
The Ducks are also expected to play at the SAP Center against the Calgary Flames on Sunday.
As expected, both games will air on ESPN.
Ducks coach Bob Murray said the team is looking forward to playing against the Blues.
“It’s going to be a great test,” Murray said.
“The St. L’s team is good, but it’s the second game that we’ve had here that has been great.
So I think it’s a good test.”
The Ducks (26-9-1, 44 points) are tied for fourth in the Central Division and have three games remaining.
They also host the Edmonton Oilers (24-9) on Friday night and are a point back of the first-place Calgary Flames (24/7-2, 50 points).
Murray said he’s expecting the Ducks to win the Central and keep the pace going into the playoffs.
“I think we’re very confident,” Murray told the team’s official website.
“We have some good young guys.
We have a couple good lines.
We just have to keep playing the right way.”