Eventually there will come a time when Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller puts on his mask and plays against a team not named the Vancouver Canucks. Someday.

For now, Hiller will have to be content to deal with all things Vancouver, facing the Canucks twice in five days. Then again, the Canucks were almost like different teams in those two games.

Team B — or B-minus — on Saturday.

What more closely resembled Team A was on exhibit in Anaheim on Wednesday night, testing the resolve and glove of Hiller. Call it a clean sweep for Hiller and the Ducks after their 3-2 win against Vancouver at Honda Center.

Hiller faced 33 shots, and the game-winner came from defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky, on the power play, at 5 minutes 8 seconds of the third period. Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler, who had a goal and an assist, summed it up best when he called Hiller the "bread and butter of our team."