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 […]Read More
Ducks Fan New Year’s Resolution: Patience
As we get past the holiday and into the New Year, I reminisced about of the state of Anaheim Ducks hockey one year ago. We were the surprise team in the NHL, first or second in the Pacific; John Gibson was playing his ass off and became an All-Star along with Troy Terry. It was […]Read More
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 […]Read More
The One Area The Bruins Could Improve At The Deadline
What do you do to improve a hockey club that is 27-4-2 through 33 games of the National Hockey League season? The Boston Bruins are second in the league in goals per game (3.88), third on the power play at a 29.3 percent success rate, and their penalty kill is third at 84.7 percent, just […]Read More
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 […]Read More
Ducks: When It Rains, It Pours
It was a full team effort for the Ducks to drop the Black Friday Matinee by a score of 5-1 to the Ottawa Senators. Going into today’s game, the Ducks and the Senators were tied for last place in the NHL with 13 points. Penalties, poor execution, and bad coaching provided the perfect recipe needed […]Read More
Where do the Rangers go from here?
It was fun while it lasted. The 2021-22 New York Rangers far exceeded the expectations set for them in October at the beginning of the season as they finished just two wins shy of the franchise’s first appearance in the Stanley Cup Final since 2014. So, where do they go from here? General Manager Chris […]Read More
Will the Bruins Swing Another Trade With Anaheim this Offseason?
The Bruins and the Ducks are no strangers when it comes to making trades with each other. Over the last couple of seasons, we have seen the two teams make a few trades, with the most recent one being this season at the trade deadline. The Bruins acquired Hampus Lindholm to bolster the left side […]Read More