Radko Gudas

Lukas Dostal and Radko Gudas celebrate after winning IIHF semifinals

Dostal Shines Amongst Anaheim Ducks IIHF Worlds Participants

At the conclusion of the NHL regular season, it was announced that five Anaheim Ducks roster players would be heading to the 2024 International Ice Hockey World Championship in Czechia. While Ducks player performances proved to be mixed throughout the two-and-a-half-week-long tournament, the performance of 23-year-old Lukas Dostal rose among the rest. Dostal had a strong start in the […]

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Dallas Stars’ Southern California Recap | 03/05-08/2024

After a stop in Northern California, the Dallas Stars traveled to Southern California to take on the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings in back-to-back games on Friday and Saturday. Here’s my Stars’ Southern California recap. Friday, March 8 The Stars faced the Ducks in Orange County for the third and final time this season. […]

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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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Anaheim Ducks on the Mend: Injuries Easing Up as the Team Regains Full Strength

Throughout the season, the Anaheim Ducks have grappled with a persistent wave of injuries, particularly affecting key players within their top 6 lineup. The current silver lining suggests that the team is now approaching its peak in terms of overall health. Notably, the setback caused by Leo Carlsson’s sprained MCL stands out as the most […]

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Updates on Zegras and Other Ducks’ Injuries

In the latest match against the Edmonton Oilers, Anaheim Ducks defenseman Radko Gudas got hurt when an Oilers player fell on his leg. Today, the Ducks shared good news, revealing that Gudas’ injury isn’t serious, and he’s expected to make a swift return to the game. Another player, Brock McGinn, also faced an injury during […]

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Young Talent Shines, but Penalties Sink Ducks in Season Opener

The 2023-2024 season is officially underway, and the Ducks kicked things off with a 4-1 loss at the hands of the reigning Stanley Cup champions Vegas Golden Knights last night. Coming off a season where the Ducks finished dead-last in the NHL and had a franchise-worst winning percentage, the Ducks did not play as badly […]

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Leo Carlsson

Ducks Season Preview; What Can We Expect?

The 2023-2024 season is just over a couple of weeks away, and the Anaheim Ducks will be one of the more interesting teams in the league despite not being expected to win much. The Ducks finished dead last in the NHL with 58 points, and it was the worst season in franchise history based on […]

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The Butcher and the Flock

Radko Gudas, one of the Anaheim Ducks’ newest defensive acquisitions, has made quite an impression throughout training camp and preseason. Coming off of free agency and a playoff run that landed him in the finals against the Vegas Golden Knights, Gudas penned a boastful three-year, twelve-million-dollar contract with the Anaheim Ducks in July. Gudas’s fans are […]

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Carolina Hurricanes Add Grit This Offseason

The Carolina Hurricanes are certainly not known as one of the tougher teams in the NHL. In fact, they finished dead last in the league with only 5 fighting majors this past regular season. Obviously, much more goes into toughness than just dropping the gloves, but the Hurricanes also finished 30th in hits per 60 […]

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Alex Killorn

Anaheim Ducks Sign Alex Killorn

Anaheim Ducks GM Pat Verbeek made a big splash with his second free agent signing today when he inked center/left winger Alex Killorn to a four-year $6.25 million per year contract. Alex Killorn Stats Killorn had the most points this season out of any UFA on the market. His 64 points this season was a […]

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