3 Takeaways From the Ducks’ Series Against the Coyotes
It was a series full of firsts as Jamie Drysdale made his NHL debut and scored his first career NHL goal. Trevor Zegras also got on the scoresheet for the ...
Ducks’ 2020-21 Fate Rides on Rickard Rakell’s Shoulders
After breaking out during the 2015-16 season with 20 goals and 43 points, Rickard Rakell has been relied upon by the Anaheim Ducks to be an offensive threat. At 22 years of age, Rakell was fourth on the team in points that season behind Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry and Ryan Kesler. Entering the 2020-21 season, […]
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Ducks’ Blue Line Limited by Lack of Right-Handed Defensemen
When the 2020-21 season gets underway, the Anaheim Ducks will likely only have two right-handed defensemen on their blue line — Josh Manson and Erik Gudbranson. The rest of their defensemen will be, you guessed it, left-handed. It was just a few years ago that the Ducks featured a multitude of right-handed defensemen in their […]
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Anaheim Ducks Roundtable: 2020 Draft, Top Prospects & the Farm System
Welcome to the second edition of the Anaheim Ducks’ roundtable discussion. The Ducks’ season has been over for quite a while, but there is still plenty to discuss as the NHL Entry Draft nears. I was joined by fellow Ducks contributors Anthony Ciardelli, Eddy Jones and Stephen Dohner. We discussed who the Ducks should target in […]
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Ducks Made a Mistake Buying Out Corey Perry
It’s been well over a year since the Anaheim Ducks bought out Corey Perry’s contract, bringing an end to a 14-year partnership. Perry had spent the 2018-19 season labored by injuries and his scoring had steadily declined over the past several seasons. With a crop of fresh faces looking to break into the lineup, general […]
Revisiting the Ducks’ Chris Wagner – Jason Chimera Trade
When the Anaheim Ducks traded Chris Wagner to the New York Islanders for Jason Chimera on Feb. 26, 2018, many Ducks fans were disappointed to see the forward go. The former fifth-round pick had worked his way to the top, having spent three seasons in the AHL with Norfolk before making it to the NHL. […]
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Ducks’ 2020-21 Season is Make or Break for Josh Mahura
Drafted 85th overall in the 2016 NHL Draft by the Anaheim Ducks, Josh Mahura spent time with both the Red Deer Rebels and the Regina Pats in the Western Hockey League (WHL) over the course of four seasons before making the trek south of the Canadian border to play for Anaheim’s American Hockey League (AHL) […]
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Revisiting the Marcus Pettersson-Daniel Sprong Trade
On Dec. 3, 2018, the Anaheim Ducks traded Swedish defenseman Marcus Pettersson to the Pittsburgh Penguins for Dutch winger Daniel Sprong. Leading up to Dec. 2018, the Ducks had been icing a defensive core of Jacob Larsson, Josh Manson, Hampus Lindholm, Brandon Montour and Jake Dotchin along with Pettersson. Josh Mahura, Andy Welinski and Andrej […]
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