Goaltender Viktor Fasth impressed coach Bruce Boudreau with his first NHL start on Saturday.
The Ducks won 3-2 as the 30-year-old made his NHL debut after a long career in the Swedish Elite League. "He was just calm as a cucumber," Boudreau said. "I've never been a goalie and never want to be one. That's the demeanor they have to have to be successful. I thought even in the shootout, it was like, 'I'll have a cup of coffee and wait for the guy to come down.' He was pretty relaxed. And he made two really big saves there. That's good. It was a great debut for him. Hopefully he'll keep it up." Hiller is definitely the number one goalie in Anaheim but Fasth will continue to get the occasional start if he plays as well as he did Saturday.