ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Ryan Getzlaf knows the Anaheim Ducks could be getting frustrated. Instead, he thinks theyre just getting started. The Ducks have controlled long stretches of their matchup with Detroit, outshooting and outscoring the Red Wings over the first four games while getting superior goaltending from Jonas Hiller. Yet the series is even heading into Game 5 on Wednesday night at Honda Center. Second-seeded Anaheims stellar regular-season record and formidable talent havent mattered to the Red Wings, who sneaked out two overtime victories despite playing with a lead in just one of the series four games. Its a recipe for tension in the Ducks dressing room heading into a pivotal point of the first-round series. But to Getzlaf and his teammates, every element of the playoff march is a privilege, particularly after the Ducks missed the post-season in two of the past three years. "Were far from frustrated," the Anaheim captain said Tuesday after the Ducks long flight from Detroit to Orange County. "This is playoff hockey. This is the best time of the year, and were in a best-of-three series now. We always knew it was going to be a long series. ... Its been a grind throughout the year. Weve always been able to rise up to the occasion, and were hoping for that tomorrow (in Game 5)." The Ducks expect to have little trouble regrouping after they barely missed a chance to take a 3-1 series lead in Game 4 on Monday night. After Anaheim blew a third-period lead, Damien Brunners overtime goal evened the series for the Red Wings, who appeared to be on the ropes after getting shut out by Hiller in the first 100 minutes of the teams two games at Joe Louis Arena. "One goal the other way (in Game 4), and everybody is happy around here," Getzlaf said. Instead, the Ducks must find additional determination to get past their playoff-tested opponents. Anaheim will have the advantage of its favoured matchups on home ice in Game 5 and a potential Game 7, yet neither team believes matchups or friendly crowds have made much impact on this series. "Quite frankly, the matchups only work if your team is playing well and you get a lead," Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said. "If you dont get a lead, you may have some great defensive matchups, but youre going to have to change because you need to score goals. Well get the last change (in Game 5), which will help, because I thought the last game they were definitely trying to get (Pavel) Datsyuks line against one specific line, and we tried to change it a few times. Its a difficult thing to do." Datsyuk scored the tying goal with 6:33 left in regulation in Game 4 for the Red Wings, who finally flexed their offensive skills at home after five-plus periods without a score. The Red Wings made an obvious effort to get more shots at Hiller in Game 4, sending pucks at the Anaheim net at every opportunity. Hiller was solid all night, but the Red Wings mentality eventually led to Brunners winning goal. "The plan was to get more shots, and shoot from worse angles," Detroits Valtteri Filppula said. "We did a good job. We were able to get pucks back in the offensive zone. I didnt think we did that enough in the previous game." The Ducks are hoping to increase their own offensive pressure on Jimmy Howard on Wednesday. Howard acknowledged he hadnt been Hillers equal in the series, giving up 12 goals on 120 shots, but he played tremendously well in Game 4 when the Ducks pressed for a possible clinching goal. "I just wanted to give the guys a chance to win," Howard said. "They deserved that. I knew I had to be better. I wanted to be better. ... In the playoffs, all it takes is a goalie to get hot, and anything can happen." Although Anaheim has generated plenty of offensive chances, the Ducks could use a goal from high-scoring Corey Perry, who won the Richard Trophy with 50 goals in 2011 during his MVP season. He hasnt found the net in the playoffs, and he missed on a couple of golden chances in Game 4. "If those went in, we wouldnt be having this conversation," Perry said Tuesday. "They had a lot of shots (in Game 4), but we had some good chances, too. Weve got to create more chances, keep plugging away, and hopefully get some ugly ones." Boudreau criticized a few unnamed Ducks after Game 4 for being "passengers" -- passive participants who didnt do enough work to help Anaheim. Major lineup changes seem unlikely after the Ducks fairly solid play throughout the series, but Boudreau is eager to get his team rolling quickly, before any struggles lead to a potential elimination game. Detroit again will be without Justin Abdelkader, who must finish his two-game suspension for a big hit on Anaheims Toni Lydman. The veteran defenceman sat out Game 4 with apparent after-effects from the collision, and Lydman didnt skate in the Ducks optional practice after travelling Tuesday. While the Ducks prepared for the pressure of Game 5, the Red Wings worked on minor adjustments for their latest trip to Honda Center, where theyve won three of their four games this season. "We have to go in their barn and steal another game," Detroit coach Mike Babcock said. Derek Stepan USA Jersey. Swept by the Giants in San Francisco last weekend, the Padres returned the favour by taking three games from the defending World Series champions at Petco Park. John Carlson USA Jersey. Sure looked like it. The Russian star scored twice and added an assist, helping the Penguins rally past Winnipeg 6-5 to extend their home winning streak to 12 straight. 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BRUSSELS, Belgium -- Time trial world champion and Olympic medal favourite Tony Martin was being treated for a broken cheekbone and jaw Thursday after colliding with a car during a training run a day earlier near his Swiss home. "The left side of my face is totally smashed," Martin said on his website. "My left eye is bloodshot and completely swollen shut." The German rider said the accident happened when he was cycling at about 35 to 40 kph (22 to 25 mph) on Wednesday when a car suddenly crossed the road in front of him. "The lights went out," he said, adding that he was unconscious for about 15 minutes and cannot remember thee accident.dddddddddddd. He was near the end of his training run, some 3 kilometres (2 miles) from his doorstep. Martin was seeing medical specialists in Zurich, Switzerland, on Thursday to assess the best way toward a swift recovery. The 26-year-old is one of the top riders on the tour and earned 12 victories last year, including Paris-Nice and the Tour of Beijing. It was unclear how long he would be out of competition. He is considered one of the favourites to win gold in the Olympic time trial in London. Defending champion Fabian Cancellara broke his collarbone earlier this month and is expected to be back in full training within weeks. ' ' '