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Anaheim Ducks

Pat Verbeek: Year One as General Manager in Review

It has been 365 days since Pat Verbeek took the “big chair” as the Anaheim Ducks general manager. He has been through his first trade deadline, NHL entry draft, re-signing player period, and free agency period. To say Verbeek’s been busy over the last calendar year would be an understatement. While currently doing his best […]

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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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Zegras said What? Arizona vs. Anaheim

If you have any doubts that Trevor Zegras is a big game player? Look no further than tonight’s Anaheim Ducks game versus the Arizona Coyotes. A very physical and vocal match went the distance plus…however the real question is…what did Trevor say? A few thoughts on the altercation between Trevor Zegras and Tony Stecher. We […]

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Vatrano Hat Trick Ignites Ducks Unexpected Defeat of Avalanche

Well, who saw that coming? The Anaheim Ducks traveled to Colorado to wrap up their six-game road trip with a matchup against the defending Stanley Cup champion Avalanche. The Ducks were fresh off of their Mullett Arena debut, where they handily defeated the Arizona Coyotes and looked to end their road trip on a high […]

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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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Ducks Battle Back but Fall Short in Buffalo

The Anaheim Ducks matinee affair with the Buffalo Sabres this afternoon (in NY, an early game here in Southern California) was a fun game of dominant periods. Buffalo controlled the first, the Ducks got the better of the second, and the Sabres controlled the third. The game alternated 20 minute dominance, but Buffalo had the […]

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Ducks Win Hockey Game, but Lose Tank Battle With 5-3 Victory over Blue Jackets

The Anaheim Ducks continued their six-game road trip with game three on Thursday evening with a stop in Columbus to take on the Blue Jackets. In a tightly contested battle for 32nd place in the NHL, this game featured two of the bottom three teams in the league and was set to have massive repercussions […]

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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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Ducks Let One Slip Away in Pittsburgh

This. This is what we were promised this season. The Anaheim Ducks versus the Pittsburgh Penguins. A struggling high-power team against the Kids from Katella. A competitive game with lots of fight; the Ducks showed some heart and came back to take the lead…then lost because they are a young team with little depth. It […]

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Isac Lundestrom’s Future with the Anaheim Ducks

The name Isac Lundestrom has become very polarizing of late. Whether it be among national media, regional media, or Anaheim Ducks fans, a wide range of opinions about Lundestrom are shared. He has been referred to as anything and everything from “Bergeron-lite” to an “offensive void” with only fourth-line center potential. Coaches love the player, […]

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