ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) John Gibson made 37 saves, and the Anaheim Ducks moved back atop the overall NHL standings with a 3-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night in a meeting of conference leaders.
Francois Beauchemin and Rickard Rakell scored for the Ducks (42-17-7), who have won four straight games and seven of eight overall.
Cam Fowler added a short-handed, empty...
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Anaheim Ducks forward Tim Jackman will be out for four to six weeks with a lower-body injury.
The Ducks made the announcement Wednesday before hosting Montreal.
Jackman was injured Sunday during Anaheim's victory at Dallas in a collision with Ales Hemsky. He was scratched from Tuesday's win at Arizona.
Jackman is a grinding forward who has capably filled a physical role on the...
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Anaheim Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg showed off some phenomenal hand-eye coordination on this beauty of a goal on Tuesday night. He caught his own rebound off the post and was able to bury it past Mike Smith. [@PeteBlackburn]
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Anaheim Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg took home First Star honors following Tuesday’s game against the Arizona Coyotes thanks to his three points in the Ducks’ 4-1 win. Silfverberg’s lone goal of the night came on this awesome effort, which featured him catching his own rebound off the post, tossing the puck to himself, and putting
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The NHL Trade Deadline was pretty calm for the most part—that is, until the last hour rolled around. It was looking like the Anaheim Ducks weren’t going to make any changes and then all of a sudden, a handful of trades rolled in and smacked everyone in the face. Frowns were turned upside down, and of […]
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The NHL Trade Deadline is one of the biggest times of the year because not only does it mean playoffs are right around the corner, but also that players will have to pack up and move on to another home. Anaheim Ducks forward Matt Beleskey has been one of the most talked about potential trades […]
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My heart sank when I heard the news. It was approximately 30 minutes after the deadline had passed that the announcement came down. At this point I had already started analyzing the plan for next season. A plan which included the team’s best defenseman. Overall, my first thoughts could be described as satisfactory. The team was willing to write this year off due to injuries, and...
The winner of the 2015 NHL trade deadline is the Anaheim Ducks. The Ducks improved their power play by adding defenseman James Wisniewski. As well, forward Tomas Fleischmann may fit on the Ducks first line.
The Jackets acquired center William Karlsson, winger Rene Bourque and a 2015 second round draft pick today from the Anaheim Ducks for defenseman James Wisniewski and a 2015 third rounder.
We obviously know the great player that the Jackets shipped out, and Matt wrote quite a bit about Wisniewski last week. I won’t get into further details on that portion, as at least one of our...
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The Columbus Blue Jackets traded defenseman James Wisniewski and a third-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft to the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday for forwards Rene Bourque and William Karlsson, and a 2015 second-round pick.
Wisniewski, 31, has a career-best eight goals and 29 points in 56 games this season. He had 51 points in 75 games with...
Well, things were going so well…
The Penguins traded Simon Despres for Ben Lovejoy, and well, it feels like a bad deal.
@jmarshfof points this out though…
Ben Lovejoy is 2nd on the Ducks in Scoring Chances against per 60 minutes of even-strength TOI. Behind only Sami Vatanen.
— Jesse Marshall (@jmarshfof) March 2, 2015
We counter with:
Ben Lovejoy getting abused in every...
Just two days removed from a win over one of the Eastern Conference's best, the Anaheim Ducks fell to one of the conference's worst.
After a 3-0 loss to the Ottawa Senators in their own barn Wednesday night, the question begs to be asked: How can the Ducks look so dominant one day and so flat the next?
With so much late-game magic, they've been nearly unbeatable against the West...
The Anaheim Ducks' new winger Jiri Sekac has made it to Anaheim and was on the ice with the team during Wednesday's morning skate.
However, it's unknown at this point whether or not he will be on the ice when the Ducks play Ottawa as he is still waiting for his immigration paperwork to go through.
"He's automatically in unless we don't get it," coach Bruce Boudreau. "We'll bring...
TopSportsReport’s lead NHL writer, Tyler Jones, wrote a comprehensive NHL power rankings article that includes the usual rankings, as well as notes on each team’s deadline options. This comes specifically before the trade deadline, as it is an important mid-season date, making it a fantastic time to evaluate where each team currently stands. Check out where Jones ranks Ryan...
The Anaheim Ducks accomplish more before 10 a.m. than some can accomplish before 10 p.m.
Anaheim made a flurry of transactions Tuesday morning before most people were even awake. It began with a trade that send homegrown right winger Devante Smith-Pelly to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for left winger Jiri Sekac, followed by the announcement that goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov would...
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Until a third-period scoring burst, the Anaheim Ducks had no answers for Pavel Datsyuk's domination.
Datsyuk controlled the stat sheet for the Detroit Red Wings until the Ducks' line of Ryan Kesler, Jakob Silfverberg and Andrew Cogliano finally got Anaheim going Monday night.
The Ducks rallied by scoring three goals in the third period after falling behind...
Anaheim Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau has managed to steer the team back towards the win column during the two-game Western Canada swing, but coming home to the Honda Center Monday night, there was one more message he felt he needed to instill in order to see the wins go from two, to three, to four and more.
The Ducks taste in music tends to veer more towards pop but maybe...
As expected, Ducks' backup goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov has cleared waivers and a decision on his future will come is likely to come on Tuesday.
The Ducks have decided to move forward throughout the rest of the season with Frederik Andersen as the No. 1 goalie and John Gibson as the backup. With Andersen still nursing a neck injury, Jason LaBarbera was called up from the AHL and flown...
There are a few things in the world that no one would ever dare to separate, and the Anaheim Ducks stars Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry are part of that group. After the team suddenly started struggling after their big win against the Nashville Predators, head coach Bruce Boudreau and everyone else knew that a […]
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Anaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson made a clutch save as his mask was falling off during the first period of Wednesday night's game against Tampa Bay.Gibson actually had his mask accidentally knocked off by teammate Ben Lovejoy as a shot was coming at him, and the puck hit him in the mask as it was coming off. That's scary when you realize that had Gibson's mask fallen off a split...
Ryan Getzlaf recently accused Alex Ovechkin of diving in a game between the Ducks and Capitals. Getzlaf said that Ovechkin’s dives were embarrassing and that they have no room in the NHL. How did Ovechkin respond to Getzlaf’s criticisms? By mocking Getzlaf’s hair, of course.
Ovechkin re: Getzlaf calling him a diver… "Maybe he’s just jealous. I have hair, he don’t have...
Alex Ovechkin went there.
The Washington Capitals superstar fired back at Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf on Tuesday, and he hit him where it really hurts — his hair. His sick burn comes two days after Getzlaf accused Ovechkin of diving “all over the (expletive) ice” following the Caps’ 5-3 win over the Ducks.
“Maybe he’s just jealous. I have hair, he don’t...
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Ryan Getzlaf doesn’t sound like a big fan of Alexander Ovechkin.
The Anaheim Ducks forward was seething mad Sunday night after Anaheim dropped a 5-3 decision to Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals. The root of Getzlaf’s anger centered around what he perceived to be embellishment from the Caps star.
Ovechkin scored two goals and added a pair of assists, but all Getzlaf could...