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Former NHL enforcer Todd Ewen, who committed suicide, found to not have CTE

13 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Todd Ewen spent 11 seasons fighting people in the NHL. From 1986 to 1997, the man known as “the Animal” in hockey circles wracked up 1,911 penalty minutes with the St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens, Anaheim Mighty Ducks and San Jose Sharks. But parts of his post-hockey life were troubled. Despite a seemingly happy marriage […]

Are the Anaheim Ducks All of a Sudden Dark-Horse Stanley Cup Contenders?

For the first half of the NHL season, the Anaheim Ducks were a shoo-in as the league’s most disappointing team. After pushing their way to the Western Conference Final a year ago, the Ducks floundered out of the gate, falling so farShow More Summary

NHL's Clayton Stoner -- Banned from Hunting for 3 Years ... For Illegally Killing Grizzly

Anaheim Ducks player Clayton Stoner has pled guilty to hunting without a license when he killed a grizzly bear in British Columbia in 2013... and has been banned from hunting for 3 years.  Stoner was originally accused of making fal...

Clayton Stoner Reportedly to Plead Guilty to Grizzly Bear Hunting Charges

Nearly three years after allegedly participating in an illegal grizzly bear hunt, Anaheim Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner is reportedly expected to plead guilty to some of the charges brought against him. According to CBC, Stoner isShow More Summary

Jonas Gustavsson Illness: Updates on Bruins Goaltender's Status and Return

Boston Bruins goaltender Jonas Gustavsson was forced to leave Tuesday night's game against the Anaheim Ducks. After playing the first period, the 31-year-old did not take the ice for the second. The Bruins released the following statement: "Bruins goaltender Jonas Gustavsson exited tonight's game due to illness. Show More Summary

NHL Coaches on the Hot Seat at the 2016 All-Star Break

As the NHL All-Star break approaches, several coaches are feeling the heat. Anaheim Ducks bench boss Bruce Boudreau (pictured above) and Ottawa Senators coach Dave Cameron are among those under pressure to bolster the performances of...Show More Summary

Ducks' Shawn Horcoff Suspended 20 Games For Using PEDs

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

The NHL announced today that Anaheim Ducks center Shawn Horcoff will be suspended for 20 games without pay for violating the league’s performance enhancing substances policy. Read more...

Shawn Horcoff suspended 20 games following positive test for performance enhancing drugs

Horcoff will sit until mid-March and maybe longer. NHL veteran Shawn Horcoff of the Anaheim Ducks has been suspended for 20 games for violating the league's performance enhancing substances program. The suspension came down Tuesday afternoon after rumblings of an "off-ice issue" surfaced just after noon ET. Horcoff suspended 20 games. Show More Summary

Shawn Horcoff Suspended 20 Games: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The National Hockey League suspended Anaheim Ducks center Shawn Horcoff for 20 games Tuesday after he violated the performance-enhancing substance program. Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register passed along the news. Frank Seravalli...Show More Summary

Weather Forces NHL to Postpone Game in Washington

The National Hockey League said Friday's game between the host Washington Capitals and Anaheim Ducks has been postponed due to a severe snowstorm threatening to bring record accumulations to the U.S. capital.

Ducks vs. Capitals Postponed Due to Inclement Weather

The National Hockey League announced Friday's game between the Washington Capitals and the Anaheim Ducks has been postponed due to a winter storm hitting the East Coast of the United States. Greg Wyshynski of Yahoo Sports passed along a statement from the league, which noted the makeup date will be announced at a later time. Show More Summary

Ryan Garbutt to Ducks: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The Anaheim Ducks announced the acquisition of Ryan Garbutt from the Chicago Blackhawks early Thursday in a trade for fellow winger Jiri Sekac. Anaheim confirmed the agreement on its official site. Read more NHL news on

NHL scores 2016: Offensive production becoming a problem for Red Wings

Good goaltending alone cannot sustain the Detroit Red Wings. Just ask the Florida Panthers. It's official, the Detroit Red Wings are in a scoring slump. No, we're not talking Anaheim Ducks levels of scorelessness here. The Red WingsShow More Summary

Ducks score absurd goal off impossible midair deflection

When hosting your most hated rival, it’s imperative to pull out all the stops. Just ask the Anaheim Ducks. After allowing the Los (...)

What we learned from the Kings' 5-3 loss to the Ottawa Senators

Here are a few more things to take away from the Kings' 5-3 loss to the Ottawa Senators before taking the ice against their Southern California rivals, the Ducks, Sunday night in Anaheim. It will be their first game against the Ducks this season. Baby, you’re a rich man OK, so Anze Kopitar’s contract...

Ducks' offense remains hot in 4-2 win over Stars

The Ducks' offense is clicking so well that it put the NHL's highest-scoring team in a hole so big it couldn't recover. It was probably a matter of time before Anaheim found its groove offensively, but lately it has shown how good it can be when it pairs it with its defense. The Ducks picked up...

What we learned from Ducks' 2-1 loss to the Red Wings

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

Misfortune and miscue infected the Ducks’ after a successful run up to game No. 41. Anaheim showed a lot of positive signs again but couldn’t overcome another night of dried-up offense in a game with little to no margin of error, a 2-1 loss to Detroit to mark the halfway point of the season. Here’s...

Did the referees in Anaheim miss a sneaky Red Wings goal?

It's a conspiracy, clearly! Blink and you miss it, but the Detroit Red Wings might have had a case for a goal here against the Anaheim Ducks. In a close up zoom of the net, it seems as if this shot from Riley Sheahan of the Red Wings goes under the crossbar and through the back netting. Show More Summary

In an attempt to save a goal, the Ducks accidentally deflected the puck in instead

Whoops! Anaheim might want to hit the reset button on this one. A mere 16 seconds into the Ducks match against the Red Wings, Anaheim turned what was a sure attempt to save a goal into one. oops! Tatar scores. —...Show More Summary

Ryan Kesler helps Ducks beat Blue in shootout

Ryan Kesler recently told Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau that he was tired of losing. Not much more could have been asked of him Friday night. In an often nasty game in which Anaheim could have easily folded after a second period heavily tilted toward St. Louis, Kesler scored two goals, fought the...

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