Beauchemin's 2 goals lift Ducks over Coyotes 6-2

Francois Beauchemin tied a career high with two goals, Jonas Hiller stopped 25 shots, and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Phoenix Coyotes 6-2 on Wednesday night.

The Ducks are 6-0-1 in their past seven games, matching the club's longest point streak since November 2010.

Anaheim All-Star Corey Perry had a short-handed goal, and Niklas Hagman, Jason Blake and Matt Beleskey also scored for the Ducks (16-22-7), who won their fourth straight at home. Lubomir Visnovsky, Andrew Cogliano and Nick Bonino all had two assists.

Kyle Chipchura and Daymond Langkow scored for the Coyotes (21-19-7), who are 0-3-3 in their last six on the road. Mike Smith allowed all six goals on 21 shots — including four on just 10 total shots in the final two periods.

The Coyotes' road skid matches their longest since March 6-28, 2009.

Beauchemin posted his third career two-goal game and first since March 14, 2007. He scored in the first period and then put the Ducks in front for good with his sixth of the season.

Cogliano started the sequence by playing the puck around the boards. Bonino then sent a pass from the right side of the net that Beauchemin put just inside the crossbar with a one-timer at 14:51 of the second.

Hiller came up with a fine glove save of Taylor Pyatt's snap shot late in the period to preserve the lead.

The Ducks put together their best scoring combination of the night when Cogliano and Bonino made a quick series of passes that resulted in Blake's point-blank finish from the doorstep, giving the Ducks a 4-2 edge heading into the third.

Beleskey scored early in the final period, and Perry added his 21st of the season in the waning minutes.

Anaheim has scored more than five goals four times during its winning streak.

Chipchura opened the scoring at 8:33 with his first goal of the season The former Ducks forward finished past a diving Hiller after a shot by Raffi Torres pulled the goalie out of position.

The Ducks then scored a pair of goals less than two minutes apart to grab a 2-1 lead.

Hagman got just enough of Visnovsky's shot from the point to direct it in at 13:49. With Shane Doan in the penalty box for holding, Beauchemin scored on the power play.

Langkow tied it at 2 with his seventh goal, scored midway through the second.

NOTES: NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman was in attendance. . Coyotes defenseman Adrian Aucoin sat out because of an undisclosed lower body injury. . The Ducks recalled defenseman Nate Guenin from Syracuse of the AHL. He didn't play in the game.