With all the talk about expansion and where teams might be going, I started to look at how organizations will build their teams, not just the new cities but the […]
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With the Dallas Stars down 2-0 in their first round Western Conference series against the Anaheim Ducks, it’s quickly becoming do-or-die time for the Stars’ postseason hopes. After dropping […]
When the Anaheim Ducks defeated the Los Angeles 4-3 in the shootout on Saturday night, those two points sealed their place as the top team in the Western Conference. That […]
After a historic comeback win Monday night against the Winnipeg Jets, the Anaheim Ducks set a franchise record for most wins with 49. They reached the 50-win plateau last night […]
Of late, your Pacific coast Ducks haven’t been playing the elite style of hockey that saw them in first place for a large chunk of the season this year, but […]
The Anaheim Ducks have been an NHL franchise for 20 years, and a large part of their success is a product of Randy Carlyle’s tenure behind the bench. In seven […]
“Dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge,” – the wise words of Patches O’houlihan. He may have been talking about dodgeball when he uttered those five (well… four) words, but they […]
If you’re the American hockey team at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, you’re probably feeling pretty good right now. After all, the USA breezed through the preliminary round with relative […]
When the winter season arrives, a cliché that surfaces in small talk is ‘birds fly south’. Birds can’t handle the frozen-over lakes, harsh winds, or growingly infrequent visits from that […]
This just in: the Anaheim Ducks are pretty, pretty, prettay good — and on the wings of a franchise-record nine-game winning streak they come out of the Christmas break with […]
Breaking news: The Calgary Flames have relived Jay Feaster of his duties as General Manager. [Flames.com] We present to you Martin Jones, another product of the Los Angeles Kings goalie […]
When it comes to the annual NHL Entry Draft, few draft years are held in such high esteem as the class of 2003.