The Boston Bruins are once again faced with back-to-back games tonight in Pittsburgh against the Penguins and Halloween night back in Boston where they will face the Anaheim Ducks. The […]
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As bad as things have been for the Buffalo Sabres so far, it’s about to get oh-so-much worse. Thomas Vanek is gone (I’ll have a piece on him tomorrow). The […]
The red hot Ducks visit the ACC Tuesday night in Toronto where the Leafs hope to break a two-game slide. There’s tons of different story lines heading into this one […]
Viktor Fasth (Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports) The Anaheim Ducks’ unofficial start to the season started yesterday as players showed up at the Honda Center for some medical and fitness examinations […]
If someone had asked me in the past, “What if Dustin Penner came back to the Anaheim Ducks? How would you feel?” I probably would’ve told them to never utter the word […]
The lists of Olympic Camp Invitees were announced on Monday, and there was no shortage of Ducks. In total, nine Ducks were invited, spanning across the five rosters, including three […]
This past season was a turnaround year for the Anaheim Ducks. The team lead the NHL with the largest increase in winning percentage in comparison to last season until this […]
Although his Ducks were eliminated from the postseason at the hands of the Detroit Red Wings, Anaheim’s season was a huge success, and former Edmonton Oiler Andrew Cogliano had a […]
With the departure of future Hall-of-Famer Nicklas Lidstrom and Thomas Holmstrom to retirement, this shortened season was supposed to be the Detroit Red Wings’ year of rebuilding. Scratch that “rebuilding” […]
The Detroit Red Wings’ backs are up against the wall for the second time in as many weeks. Just a few weeks ago, the Red Wings were on the brink […]
With the Red Wings’ clinching 7th spot in the Western Conference, and a playoff berth on Saturday night, it is now time to look ahead to their first round match-up […]
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.