Cam Fowler

Picking a Captain for Every NHL Team Without One

Heading into the 2023-24 NHL season, ten teams currently do not have an official captain. That number could change before the season starts, but most of those teams likely will not have a captain this year. NHL teams are not required to name a captain, but what if they were? Who would be the best […]

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Opinion: The Curious Case Of The Anaheim Ducks

In the not-too-distant past, the Anaheim Ducks were perennial playoff contenders. Between their Stanley Cup win in the 2006-07 season and their final playoff appearance in 2017-18, they reached the playoffs 10 out of those 11 years, including 2 Western Conference Final appearances in 2014-15 and 2016-17, and 5 straight Pacific Division Titles between 2012-13 […]

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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 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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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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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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Sharks Embarrass Ducks to the Tune of 6-1

The Anaheim Ducks hosted the San Jose Sharks Friday night at Honda Center. And when I say “hosted,” I mean they rented the ice sheet out like a banquet hall, and the Sharks threw a raging fiesta. The Ducks were coming off of an emotional battle of an overtime victory against the Carolina Hurricanes on […]

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Gibson steals a point for the struggling Ducks

Since the invention of the left-wing lock and Barry Trotz adopting its use to help the fledgling expansion team, the Nashville Predators have not been the most fun team to watch. I believe this team brought about the goalie pad size decrease, eliminating the center line, etc… they’re just a grind to watch. Or to […]

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Anaheim Ducks Offseason Outlook

The first team I’ll be analyzing this off-season is the Anaheim Ducks. To begin this series, it’s worth noting this is the 3rd straight season the Ducks have missed the playoffs. It looked like the Ducks had a promising season ahead of them, but for a young team, they will still need to make further […]

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