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Brian Burke Is His Own Worst Enemy

Brian Burke has never been the shy type. For some, that made him an ideal candidate for the general manager’s job with the Toronto Maple Leafs — a no-nonsense guy who […]

Boudreau {Jerome Davis/Icon SMI)

Bruce Boudreau Extension Stabilizes Anaheim Ducks

The game of hockey, much like life, is in a constant state of flux. It moves along with rapidity rarely rivaled in sports, and as such, a stabilizing force is […]

by · May 15, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Anaheim Ducks
Steve Rucchin: The Middle Man

Steve Rucchin: The Middle Man

The title “middle man” is rarely, if ever, viewed as a desirable one. Fancier monikers utilized might be “broker” or “intermediary”, but really, that’s simply sugar-coating the fact that the […]

Justin Schultz Saga a Detriment to Anaheim Ducks

Justin Schultz Saga a Detriment to Anaheim Ducks

With the second round of the NHL playoffs about to commence, the on-ice product is clearly commanding much of the hockey world’s attention, but in southern “Cali” a more recent […]

Mathew Dumba - 2012 NHL Entry Draft Dynamic Defenseman (Lisa McRitchie/Kukla's Korner)

Mathew Dumba Destined to be a Duck?

Barring any trades between now and the National Hockey League Entry Draft on June 22nd, the Anaheim Ducks brass will step up to the podium armed with the sixth overall […]

by · April 20, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Anaheim Ducks, Prospects
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Anaheim Ducks Will Take Flight Again

You can call it many things, an aberration, an outlier, or quite simply a missed opportunity leading to a lost season. Whatever label you want to place upon the Anaheim […]

by · April 13, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Anaheim Ducks
The Stanley Cup Playoffs will likely have a much different look soon (cr: mastermaq@flickr)

Top 10 Greatest Stanley Cup Playoff Upsets (Picks 1-5)

Hockey fans were taken through a bit of history as the timeline ranged from the 1930s to 2006. If history has shown hockey fans anything, then it has illustrated that there are no guarantees when the Stanley Cup playoffs begin.

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Fantasy Hockey Chutes And Ladders: And The Winner Is?

After six months, the fantasy hockey season is over. There were 26 weeks of battles and wars that had probably more subplots than “War And Peace”. I saw quite a […]

Evgeni Malkin led the Penguins over the Jets with five points on the afternoon (Tom Turk/THW)

Fantasy Hockey Chutes And Ladders: No April Showers Needed!

We have survived much this fantasy hockey season but now comes the last regular season edition of “Chutes And Ladders”. Riding the fortunes of a fantasy hockey team can be […]

At 40 years old, Selanne was the most dangerous Duck on the ice. (Photo by Gregory Shamus)

Ducks Need To Go Out With A Bang, For Selanne

The Anaheim Ducks will miss the playoffs in what might be Teemu Selanne’s last season in the NHL. “It’s pretty sad that we’re not making the post-season, but there’s a […]

by · April 2, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Anaheim Ducks
Callahan has served as the Rangers captain since 2011-12 (Rich Kane/Icon SMI)

The Week That Was: March 25th-31st

As the start of a new week approaches, much can be taken from the last 7 days when looking at it in retrospect. With most teams playing 3 of their […]

Dallas on a hot streak (Ric Tapia/Icon SMI)

The Pacific: The NHL’s Tightest Division

It is becoming an annual affair: the Pacific Division is the league’s pressure-cooker.