Avs, Ducks play lengthy third period after broken glass delay

Thursday night’s game between the Colorado Avalanche and the Anaheim Ducks was expected to be an average regular season game, but the night turned into a memorable one thanks to a pane of broken glass.With 9:48 left to play in the second period, a pane of glass was broken near the netting. When the crew brought out a new piece to fix it, they discovered they didn’t have one which...
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Ducks send O'Brien to Preds for Gortz in minor-league swap

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) The Anaheim Ducks have acquired right wing Max Gortz from Nashville in a trade for left wing Andrew O'Brien. The clubs announced the minor-league swap Thursday night. Gortz has only four points in 30 games for the Predators' AHL affiliate in Milwaukee, but the 23-year-old Swede put up 47 points for the Admirals last season. O'Brien is a former fourth-round...
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Recap: Ducks Get Lift from Familiar Face Against Lightning

“It’s going to be a boring game”, declared Anaheim Ducks‘ captain Ryan Getzlaf to Jill Painter-Lopez of Fox Sports West during the first intermission. If by “boring”, the Anaheim captain meant that his Ducks would claim a nail-biting 2-1 victory in overtime against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night, then he couldn’t have been more right. Embed from Getty Images...
Via The Hockey Writers
1 day ago

Rakell's rocket in OT puts surging Ducks past Lightning, 2-1

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Rickard Rakell scored a power-play goal off a faceoff 54 seconds into overtime, and the surging Anaheim Ducks beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 on Tuesday night for their seventh win in nine games. Rakell ripped a vicious shot past Ben Bishop for the 19th goal of his standout season for the first-place Ducks, who earned a point for the 12th time in 13 games...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Ducks’ 3-on-3 Leaves Something to be Desired

The debate about the NHL three-on-three overtime format has subsided, but the recent rule change still has its detractors. Like it or not, teams must learn how to be effective three-on-three or it will cost them precious points. Ducks’ Three-on-Three Record Since the NHL switched to the three-on-three format prior to the 2015-16 season, 20 of Anaheim’s games have been decided...
Via The Hockey Writers
3 days ago

Relax, Perry’s Playing Great

It’s no secret that the Anaheim Ducks rely heavily on the output of their top line. As “the twins” Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry go, so does the entire team. Everyone is out of sorts these days, so allow me to address the elephant in Honda Center: Perry’s production is down, significantly. He needed an empty net in Thursday night’s 4-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche to...
Via The Hockey Writers
4 days ago

John Gibson has another strong game in goal for the Ducks in an overtime loss

ANAHEIM >> What you've seen from John Gibson, over the past couple of months, is based on what you haven't seen.The Honda Center seats are empty in the late mornings, when the Ducks goaltender fields his shots, works on his pushoffs, checks with goalie coach Sudarshan Maharaj.Just as Gibson has upgraded his game during the Ducks' successful post-Thanksgiving run, so has he...
Via LA Daily News
4 days ago

WATCH: Mike Smith makes a goalie blunder, gives up the OT winner

Friday night was a rough one for some goalies around the NHL. First, Cory Schneider gave up an embarrassing goal to the Maple Leafs. Mike Smith then followed up with a similar embarrassing moment which led to the OT winner for the Ducks. Like Schneider, Smith had all of the time in the world to make a decision with the puck. He was indecisive, standing with the puck on his stick...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Off-season work paying off for Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler

MONTREAL – Wherever he was going to wind up and wherever he may still, Cam Fowler set out this past summer to give his employer a better version of himself by the time it ended. His effortless skating and effective puck management were no longer...
Via The OC Register
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Ducks goalie had embarrassing reason for not playing in relief

Goaltending can be a crap job. Literally. The Anaheim Ducks were blown out 8-3 by the Calgary Flames on Sunday night. Goaltender Jonathan Bernier was shown little mercy, letting in all eight goals on just 25 shots. The Ducks didn’t pull Bernier despite the poor effort. But why? Well, John Gibson, who was backing up Bernier, couldn’t come into action because he was battling diarrhea...
Via Puck Drunk Love
December 05, 2016  |  Discuss

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