Mason McTavish

The Best Landing Spots for Chandler Stephenson

Chandler Stephenson becomes a free agent on July 1st when the new league year in the NHL begins. The 6’0, 209lb center from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, will be looking to sign a contract that will set him and his family up for life. Stephenson turned 30 on April 22nd, and this could be his last chance at […]

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Anaheim Ducks to Name Their Next Captain?

When your organization gets blessed with on of the best captains you can ask for, it makes it filling that captaincy role when the player leaves, a very intricate process. Ryan Getzlaf was the captain of the Anaheim Ducks for a total of 12 seasons, and looking back at it, it’s safe to say that […]

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Anaheim Ducks Draft Lottery (Bad) Luck

When building an elite playoff-contending team, you need a bit of luck to go your way. Sometimes, you get that luck through a late draft pick turning into a star for years to come, but the best way to strike a pot of gold is by moving up or even winning the NHL draft lottery. […]

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The Ducks Are in a Prime Position to Add This Summer

General manager Pat Verbeek told Ducks season ticket holders on Saturday at the Ducks Migration event that the Ducks plan to add a top-six right-shot winger this summer. With another season of being sellers at the trade deadline, the Ducks have put themselves in a good position to seriously add to their roster this summer. […]

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Should the Anaheim Ducks Sign Steven Stamkos Over the Offseason?

Five hundred thirty-nine goals, 572 assists, seven-time NHL All-Star appearances, two-time Rocket Richard Trophy winner, and two-time Stanley Cup champion—that’s the resume of pending unrestricted free agent Steven Stamkos. The Lightning’s leading point and goal scorer in franchise history is set to become a free agent over the offseason, but it leaves me wondering why […]

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Devils Take a Tough 4-3 Loss vs. Anaheim Ducks, Lukas Dostal Made 52 Saves | 3/1/2024

The Devils took a tough 4-3 loss when they played against the Anaheim Ducks on Friday, March 1st at the Honda Center. Jack Hughes had the chance to tie it 4-4 on a penalty shot with 2.1 seconds remaining, but Lukas Dostal denied Hughes. However, it wasn’t that they didn’t put the effort in, the […]

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Pavel Mintyukov wearing the Anaheim Ducks 30th Jersey.

Pavel Mintyukov and Alex Killorn Injury Updates

The Anaheim Ducks will begin a northeastern road trip this evening, that in which they play the Canadiens, Senators, Maple Leafs and then finish off the trip playing against the Buffalo Sabres on the 19th. Due to the team leaving for a week it helps clarify which players might be returning soon from injury. Alex […]

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Jakob Silfverberg

Jakob Silfverberg’s Bounce-Back Season

The point total may not show it, but 33-year-old Jakob Silfverberg is having his best season since before the pandemic through his elite defending and with the help of better linemates.  The last three seasons have been tough for Silfverberg. Silfverberg had surgery in April of 2021 to fix a torn labrum in his hip […]

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Trevor Zegras

Ducks Injuries And Penalties Holding Back Their Potential

Coming off the franchise’s worst season last year, the Ducks were supposed to take a step in the right direction this season with new head coach Greg Cronin and a roster that sports 12 players under 25. However, injuries to key young players and unnecessary penalties have put a halt to their progress. Although the […]

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NHL Game Recap: Florida Panthers vs. Anaheim Ducks | 01/15/2024

It was an afternoon matinee for the Panthers against Anaheim. Florida was looking to rebound after losing to New Jersey Saturday night & Anaheim was on the hunt to avenge the loss to the Cats from earlier in the season. Florida looked dominant in the offensive zone, holding the majority of the time, but has […]

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