With six games left in the shortened season, it’s time to start addressing the strengths and weaknesses of the Anaheim Ducks. Though they’ve been sitting up on top of the Pacific Division and also in the standings for the majority of the year, there is definitely room for improvement if this team doesn’t want to have an early first round exit.
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Newly acquired Norfolk Admirals forward Kyle Bonis went one-on-one with THW correspondent Ted Warren earlier this month. The twenty-four-year-old signed with the AHL affiliate of the Anaheim Ducks March 29th […]
When Anaheim Ducks’ General Manager Bob Murray fired head coach Randy Carlyle last November he knew the medicinal fix that his offensively talented roster, which was already on course to […]
When a young hockey player suits up for his first professional game there can be many things that run through his head. How will I play against grown men? Can […]
I remember Sheldon Souray the most during his Montreal Canadiens days. He put up respectable numbers as a sniper defenseman, but his production dwindle after he decided to leave […]
Let’s be honest. Viktor Fasth’s pristine record in his NHL debut was something that couldn’t last forever. The remarkable rookie run had finally hit some speed bumps in the month […]
The Norfolk Admirals continued their surge towards the playoffs Friday night against Eastern Conference leader, the Syracuse Crunch. The Anaheim Ducks bolstered the Admirals offense assigning 21-year-old Kyle Bonis, a forward, who jumped on the roster after Ferris State’s season came to a close. In addition, the Admirals picked up 21-year-old Charlie Sarault, a left wing, who was reassigned by Anaheim when his OHL season ended with the Sarnia Sting.
A 2nd gold medal in the U18 World Championships and being drafted by his hometown Anaheim Ducks had Nic Kerdiles floating on cloud nine all summer. He was taking summer […]
The Hockey Writers correspondent Ted Warren had an opportunity to chalk it up with newly acquired Admirals center Kyle Wilson who was assigned to Norfolk by their NHL affiliate the […]
The Anaheim Ducks have locked up their captain long-term, signing Ryan Getzlaf to an eight-year deal worth 8.25 million annually according to ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun. While Ducks fans can breathe […]
Far away from the hoopla surrounding names like Rick Nash, Zach Parise, and Ryan Suter, the Ducks quietly went about their business this past off-season, adding role players and smaller pieces in an attempt to improve on a disappointing 2011-12 campaign.
The trials and tribulations of a hockey season in the AHL can be compared to that of a roller coaster—big drops, peaks and valleys, and loops. The Norfolk Admirals, the […]