The NHL team famously founded by the Walt Disney Company are definitely 'Quacking' away this season as they remain unbeaten at home in regulation, and their center Mathieu Perreault says they don't feel like they will let up any-time soon.
The Ducks of Anaheim are top of the NHL's overall standings with 75 points (35-8-5), and their record was further improved Sunday with a 1-0 victory at home to the Detroit Red Wings.
This completed an incredible run of 17 wins in 18 games, which has only been matched by six other teams in the history of the NHL.
Speaking to NHL.com, Perreault admits his side feel invincible at the moment.
"It shows we can play with anybody. Even when we play the better teams in the League, we're able to stand up and win games. It feels like we find ways to win games no matter what."
The Ducks aren't all about their home form, with an excellent 8-1-0 road record in their last nine games.
There is certainly one player that is not completely happy though. That's goaltender Jonas Hill.
"My save percentage and goals-against average isn't the best over this stretch, but it's the wins that count," added Hiller.
"That's what keeps you happy. It's great to get a game with no goals against, but in the end, it's the win that I enjoy most."