Author: Jack Janes

Journalism major at the University of La Verne. Writer for Inside The Rink covering the Anaheim Ducks.

Next step for Trevor Zegras’ development: his maturity

Anaheim Ducks young star Trevor Zegras is in the midst of yet another impressive campaign, but his maturity has often gotten himself and the Ducks in trouble this season. The 21-year-old center is currently sitting at 19-28-47 and is well on his way to back-to-back 60+ point seasons. Zegras and Troy Terry are looking to […]

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Frank Vatrano

Rough Week for Ducks Hockey

After winning four of their last five games going into the All-Star break and bye week, the Ducks have stumbled back on track to compete for the first overall pick in this year’s draft. There was not much worrying that the Ducks’ little hot streak would take them out of the running. However, with the […]

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John Klingberg

Where the Ducks’ Pending UFAs Stand

With the All-Star Game break now upon us, many hockey fans start to get excited for the upcoming trade deadline to see what moves their favorite team will make to take them to the next level. But in the Ducks’ case, they look to move on from some players to get assets back to strengthen […]

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Troy Terry

Terry Ends Scoreless Drought in Victory Over the Coyotes

The Ducks paid their first visit to the infamous Mullett Arena last night and walked away with a 5-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes. The first five minutes of the game were lackluster for both teams, each not being able to get many chances or even have possession for lengths of time. Then the Ducks […]

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Costly Mistakes Sink the Ducks

The Ducks have lost their fifth straight game at the hands of the Philadelphia Flyers 5-2 at Wells Fargo Center last night. The Flyers have now won eight of their last ten games and now sport a 19-19-7 record with 45 points, just five points out of a playoff spot in the East. Even after […]

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Connor McDavid

Ducks Blown Out Again

The Ducks followed up a 7-1 massacre at the hands of the first-place Boston Bruins Sunday night with a 6-2 blowout against the Edmonton Oilers. The last time these two teams met, Ducks’ top goalie prospect Lukas Dostal stopped 46 of 49 shots and stole a win from Edmonton 4-3, even though the Ducks were […]

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John Gibson

Gibson and McTavish Outshine Stars

John Gibson earned his first shutout of the season to lead the Ducks to a 2-0 victory over the Dallas Stars last night at Honda Center. Gibson stopped all 35 shots, which included some big saves in high-danger areas. After missing two weeks due to injury, Gibson has started all four games since he has […]

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Mason McTavish

The Improved Ducks Power Play: How it Works and How it Doesn’t

After being one of the worst teams on the power play all season, the Ducks are finally starting to turn it around. On December 14th, the Ducks owned the 30th ranked power play at a measly 14.3%. The power play was stagnant, passive, and lacked basic puck movement. Everyone stayed in the same general area […]

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Cam Fowler

Ducks Continue to Struggle in Blowout Loss to Preds

The Ducks got stomped 6-1 in their Friday Matinee against the Nashville Predators yesterday at Honda Center to close out 2022. It was “Flashback Friday” for the final game of 2022 for the Ducks, and the arena DJ played mostly 1990s songs throughout the day, but the Ducks’ play, unfortunately, did not match the vibes. […]

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Lukas Dostal

Ducks Drop Freeway Faceoff Opener

The Ducks traveled up the 5 Freeway and lost 4-1 at the hands of the Los Angeles Kings to cap off a five game road trip that the Ducks were able to come away with two wins. This was another one of those games where the Ducks came out strong but ran out of steam […]

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