The Anaheim Ducks have a shot at winning the Presidents' Trophy, though they insist that is not the priority.
Completing a sweep of the Edmonton Oilers could be more difficult than it would appear to be on paper.
The Oilers can match a season high with a fourth straight victory when they try to end the Ducks' three-game home win streak Wednesday night.
Anaheim (49-22-7) has an NHL...
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A new week brings yet another new face to the top of the rankings. The Ducks have flown slightly under the radar, but they’ve been burning up the ice recently, and they’ve finally earned a deserving spot pacing the rest of the field. 1: Anaheim Ducks (49-22-7: 105 Points)3 Last Week: 4 The Ducks took [&hellip
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The first part of the Anaheim Ducks road trip started out rough but over the weekend, they picked up their momentum once again and became the third team to clinch a playoff berth. After losing to the New York Rangers and Columbus Blue Jackets, they bounced back enough to win another one-goal game against the […]
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John Gibson made 26 saves and the Anaheim Ducks took another step to securing the NHL's best regular-season record with a 2-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Sunday night.
Ryan Kesler and Francois Beauchemin scored for the Ducks, who won their third straight and opened a three-point lead over Nashville and Montreal in the race for the Presidents' Trophy. Anaheim has four games...
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The Anaheim Ducks have secured their spot in the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs with their win against the New York Islanders on Saturday afternoon. This will be Anaheim’s third straight appearance in the postseason and is looking to be their third straight Pacific Division crown. This year’s playoff run will be the 11th in franchise history; the Ducks are in their 21st year as an...
The Boston Bruins lost to the Anaheim Ducks this past Thursday night by a score of 3-2. For the Bruins a win was vital, however they failed to pull this off, and settled for a one point gain as a result of overtime play. This is not how the game should’ve ended though. The Bruins were winning 2-1 in the final minute of regular time when Corey Perry scored to push the game to overtime...
BOSTON — The Anaheim Ducks were the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs last season and came within one game of reaching the conference final.
Despite having a 3-2 series lead over the eventual Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings, the Ducks lost their conference semifinals series in a disappointing 6-2 Game 7 loss on home ice.
One of the reasons for Anaheim’s playoff...
Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen has looked a little shaky since his return to the lineup. After coming back from injury, Andersen has allowed 12 goals on 97 shots against, resulting in a mediocre .876 save percentage. He was pulled in the first period of Sunday night’s matchup against the New York Rangers after allowing three goals on seven shots. He has lost three of his last...
The return of Wisniewski proved to be fairly uneventful for the player itself but proved to be an exciting, back and forth affair otherwise. Scott Hartnell had a hat trick which helped the team win 5-3 in regulation against the Anaheim Ducks.
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The Good: Scott Hartnell
A hat trick made for one heck of a cherry on top of a game that...
The Anaheim Ducks have been at not only the top of the Western Conference from time to time this season, but also the top of the entire NHL. However, it hasn’t been an easy road for them. The team has struggled all-season with defense, and they haven’t being able to win games in 60 minutes. […]
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After last night’s thrilling escape act in Carolina, the New York Rangers are back home tonight to take on the Anaheim Ducks in a game that might decide who wins the President’s Trophy. The Rangers are two points back of the Ducks with three games in hand, but the Ducks have a bit of a
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When the Anaheim Ducks made what many consider to be a very smart move and traded Bobby Ryan to the Senators a few years back the primary return in the deal was a talented young winger with a killer wrist shot and a knack for finding the back of the net. Everything was going swimmingly at first. He potted four goals in his first four games with the Ducks but then doom descended from...
Corey Perry is going to be feeling this one tomorrow. Looking to make a pass, Perry’s focus prevented him from seeing Dustin Brown skating his way. The result was a brutal collision.
GIF: Dustin Brown lays out Corey Perry pic.twitter.com/BY1vcPsAgD
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The Anaheim Ducks have turned heads this season, and one of the biggest causes of this is their seemingly endless habit of defeating teams in the third period. They’ve lived up to their “comeback kids” nickname once again after completing their three-game season sweep of the Nashville Predators with a winning score of 4-2. Make […]
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Pittsburgh Penguins (36-18-9) at Anaheim Ducks (42-17-7)
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The Pens couldn’t pull out a victory against the lowly Avalanche and now their road trip rolls through Anaheim and the league-leading Ducks.
Anaheim has strung together four consecutive wins and have also taken seven of their last eight. They have allowed just...
Anaheim Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg took home First Star honors following Tuesday’s game against the Arizona Coyotes thanks to his three points in the Ducks’ 4-1 win. Silfverberg’s lone goal of the night came on this awesome effort, which featured him catching his own rebound off the post, tossing the puck to himself, and putting
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The Jackets acquired center William Karlsson, winger Rene Bourque and a 2015 second round draft pick today from the Anaheim Ducks for defenseman James Wisniewski and a 2015 third rounder.
We obviously know the great player that the Jackets shipped out, and Matt wrote quite a bit about Wisniewski last week. I won’t get into further details on that portion, as at least one of our...
The Anaheim Ducks' new winger Jiri Sekac has made it to Anaheim and was on the ice with the team during Wednesday's morning skate.
However, it's unknown at this point whether or not he will be on the ice when the Ducks play Ottawa as he is still waiting for his immigration paperwork to go through.
"He's automatically in unless we don't get it," coach Bruce Boudreau. "We'll bring...
As expected, Ducks' backup goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov has cleared waivers and a decision on his future will come is likely to come on Tuesday.
The Ducks have decided to move forward throughout the rest of the season with Frederik Andersen as the No. 1 goalie and John Gibson as the backup. With Andersen still nursing a neck injury, Jason LaBarbera was called up from the AHL and flown...
Anaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson made a clutch save as his mask was falling off during the first period of Wednesday night's game against Tampa Bay.Gibson actually had his mask accidentally knocked off by teammate Ben Lovejoy as a shot was coming at him, and the puck hit him in the mask as it was coming off. That's scary when you realize that had Gibson's mask fallen off a split...
Alex Ovechkin went there.
The Washington Capitals superstar fired back at Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf on Tuesday, and he hit him where it really hurts — his hair. His sick burn comes two days after Getzlaf accused Ovechkin of diving “all over the (expletive) ice” following the Caps’ 5-3 win over the Ducks.
“Maybe he’s just jealous. I have hair, he don’t...
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Ryan Getzlaf doesn’t sound like a big fan of Alexander Ovechkin.
The Anaheim Ducks forward was seething mad Sunday night after Anaheim dropped a 5-3 decision to Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals. The root of Getzlaf’s anger centered around what he perceived to be embellishment from the Caps star.
Ovechkin scored two goals and added a pair of assists, but all Getzlaf could...