Anaheim Ducks

Though we don’t know when the Anaheim Ducks will see the ice again or when free agency will officially start, it’s not too early to speculate how the team can start filling some holes via the open market. The defense has been a sore spot over the past couple seasons, ever since the trades of
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The NHL has provided more details on their planned return to play, including a draft lottery format, a date and a playoff format. Unfortunately, although 24 teams will qualify for a play-in round, the Anaheim Ducks are just below the No. 12 seed in the Western Conference, the final spot to qualify. That means the Ducks’
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The Boston Bruins have traded forward David Backes, defender Axel Anderson and a first-round pick to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for forward Ondrej Kase, Frank Seravalli has reported. The Bruins are also retaining 25% of Backes’ salary and cap hit, according to Chris Johnston. For the Bruins, this deal serves a few purposes as
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It appears as if the Anaheim Ducks have pulled out of the listlessness of November, December and January and have started to figure out how to play consistent NHL hockey. A team that failed to win back-to-back games in for over two months has gone 6-2-2 in its last 10 games and earned points in
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No contract extension talks for Gustafsson Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times: The 28-year old Erik Gustafsson isn’t sure if he’ll be with the Chicago Blackhawks after the February 24th NHL trade deadline. “What happens, happens,” Gustafsson said Tuesday. “If I get traded or stay here, it’s something I have to deal with. But I
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Look out, NHL trade rumor season is heating up, and for Anaheim Ducks fans, it might get exciting. According to Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now, Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy might be available in a trade. Murphy says a pro scout texted him telling him, “Don’t be surprised if the Bruins move McAvoy.” For Ducks fans,
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