Adam Henrique

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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Looks Like The Ducks Are Hunting For Bedard

Going into this season, there were several teams that were expected to be bad enough in order to give hope to their fans that they would be able to draft highly touted prospect Connor Bedard in the 2023 NHL Entry Draft. The Anaheim Ducks were one of those teams and they have lived up to […]

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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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Report: Bruins In Deep Trade Talks With Familiar Team

It’s that time of the year, as the NHL is fresh out of the Holiday Break and is nearing the halfway point of the season. With that, trade rumors will be heating up around the league as the trade deadline is quickly approaching on March 3rd. That includes the NHL-leading Boston Bruins, who every year […]

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Gibson Carries Ducks to Shootout Win over Vegas in Return from Injury

The Anaheim Ducks returned from their holiday break to host the Vegas Golden Knights on Wednesday at Honda Center. Typically this spells certain doom for the Ducks as they entered play with an abysmal all-time record of 4-16-5 record against Vegas. Anaheim entered play having lost their last three games (managing an overtime loss against […]

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Dostal Impressive in Another Lackluster Ducks Loss

Anaheim Ducks goalkeeper Lukas Dostal made his best John Gibson impression as the Ottawa Senators took it to him.  The first period went like this: Ottawa is big and played very responsibly defensively, downright frustrating Anaheim. Parker Kelly scores early on a high tip that blows over Dostal’s left shoulder 1-0 Sens. Stutzle gets injured […]

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Ryan Strome

Strome Snipes OT Winner

The Ducks snapped a six-game losing streak and stole a win from the Carolina Hurricanes last night at Honda Center thanks to Ryan Strome’s overtime winner. The 14-6-6 (34 points) Hurricanes came into Anaheim with a four-game winning streak as they sit in second place in the Metropolitan Division. Needless to say, the Canes were […]

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Celebrating 40 Years Of Devils Hockey

Overview With the upcoming 2022-2023 NHL season, the New Jersey Devils will be celebrating 40 years of existence as a team for the sport that we love and enjoy so much. Since arriving in New Jersey on May 27, 1982, the Devils have represented the Garden State with hockey very well. With 40 years of […]

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