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Which Team Has More Formidable Top-6 Forwards: Anaheim Ducks or Dallas Stars?

The Dallas Stars and Anaheim Ducks entered the 2014 offseason looking to bolster their top-six forward groups, and both teams were able to address the need impressively via trade and free agency. In late June, the Ducks acquired 2011...Show More Summary

Anaheim Ducks Goalie John Gibson Has Sweet Pac-Man Mask

Anaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson will turn just 21 years old on July 14, but that doesn't mean he's too young to remember Pac-Man. For the 2014-15 season, Gibson will be wearing this Pac-Man-themed goalie mask. Along with all of theShow More Summary

Jonas Hiller to Flames: Latest Contract Details, Analysis and Reaction

Goalie Jonas Hiller has never played an NHL game for a team other than the Anaheim Ducks, but the Swiss backstop will embark upon a new journey this season after signing a reported two-year deal with the Calgary Flames: Bob McKenzieShow More Summary

Travis Waller to Oregon: Ducks Land 4-Star QB Prospect

Travis Waller officially announced his commitment to Oregon on Tuesday, spurning Northwestern, Notre Dame, Arizona and Ohio State in the process. A 4-star recruit out of Anaheim, California, the announcement has been scheduled since Waller pared down his considerable list of suitors. Show More Summary

Rangers set to lose Boyle, Pouliot, Stralman to free agency

Tampa Bay Lightning GM Steve Yzerman spent Sunday night offloading three NHL player salaries in three separate trades with the Edmonton Oilers, the Arizona 'Don't Call Us Phoenix' Coyotes, and the Anaheim Ducks.

NHL free agency: Mathieu Perreault could become an unrestricted free agent

The Ducks are rolling the dice on restricted free agent Mathieu Perreault, not extending him a qualifying offer. The Anaheim Ducks became a much deeper team down the middle by acquiring Ryan Kesler from the Canucks. On Monday, Bob Murray...Show More Summary

Marcus Pettersson: Prospect Profile for Anaheim Ducks' 2nd-Round Pick

Player: Marcus Pettersson Drafted By: Anaheim Ducks (38th overall) Position: D Final Central Scouting Ranking: No. 7 European skater Height/Weight: 6'3'', 161 lbs DOB: May 8, 1996 (18 years old) Most Recent Affiliation: Skelleftea (Sweden) Background Marcus...Show More Summary

Nick Ritchie: Prospect Profile for Anaheim Ducks' 1st-Round Pick

Player: Nick Ritchie Drafted By: Anaheim Ducks (10th overall) Position: Left Wing/Right Wing Final Central Scouting Ranking: No. 7 North American skater Height/Weight: 6'3'', 229 lbs DOB: December 5, 1995 (18 years old) Most Recent Affiliation:...Show More Summary

NHL Draft 2014: Anaheim Ducks select Nick Ritchie with No. 10 overall pick

The Anaheim Ducks have selected forward prospect Nicholas Ritchie with the No. 10 overall selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. The Anaheim Ducks have selected forward prospect Nicholas Ritchie with the No. 10 overall selection in the...Show More Summary

Flyers fans tell every single team they suck during NHL Draft roll call

Never change, Philadelphia. It's the first NHL Draft to be held in the City of Brotherly Love, and Flyers fans heartily booed every team during the pre-draft roll call. First, they interrupted the Anaheim Ducks with a big Let's Go Flyers...Show More Summary

Ryan Kesler Trade: Ducks Get Bigger, Better in Effort to Compete with Kings

There's some good news and some bad news for Ryan Kesler on Friday. The good news: Kesler has been traded from the tailspinning Vancouver Canucks to the Anaheim Ducks, turning a very good team into one that is a legitimate contenderShow More Summary

Ryan Kesler Traded to Ducks: Latest News, Details and Reaction

After months of speculation regarding his future with the Vancouver Canucks, center Ryan Kesler was dealt to Anaheim in an offseason trade, according to TSN's Darren Dreger:'s Pierre LeBrun provided details: Kesler has beenShow More Summary

Vancouver Canucks trade Ryan Kesler to Anaheim, according to report

Ryan Kelser is on his way to becoming a member of the Anaheim Ducks. The Ryan Kesler era in Vancouver has come to an end. After months of rumors and speculation, the Canucks traded the veteran center to the Anaheim Ducks on Friday afternoon in exchange for forward Nick Bonino, defenseman Luca Sbisa and the No. Show More Summary

Ducks' Bob Murray named NHL's general manager of the year

Ducks executive Bob Murray, who recently received a four-year contract extension after a regular season in which Anaheim finished with 116 points, was named the NHL’s general manager of the year on Tuesday.

Confident Los Angeles Kings Keep Finding Ways to Come Back

The New York Rangers have now discovered what the San Jose Sharks, Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks already know: that the Los Angeles Kings are the vampires of the National Hockey League. You think you have them dead and buried,...Show More Summary

4-Star Dual-Threat QB Travis Waller High on Alabama, Waiting on Bigger Offers

The quarterback dominoes of the 2015 recruiting class continue to fall. The Oregon Ducks lost out on No. 1 dual-threat quarterback Kyler Murray so now they turn their eyes to 5-star dual-threat quarterback Travis Waller. The Anaheim,...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Kings vs. Chicago Blackhawks Game 5: Keys for Each Team

The tables have turned. After falling behind, 0-3, in their first-round series against the San Jose Sharks and 2-3 in their second-round series against the Anaheim Ducks, the Los Angeles Kings have hopped into the driver's seat withShow More Summary

Teemu Selanne Retires as 2nd-Leading European-Born Scorer in NHL History

Having likely played his final NHL game, Anaheim Ducks right wing Teemu Selanne is poised to retire as the second-leading European-born goal scorer in league history, per ESPN Stats & Info. Among Euro-born skaters, only New Jersey Devils...Show More Summary

Complete Guide to the Anaheim Ducks' 2014 Offseason

The Anaheim Ducks had a very successful regular season in 2013-14. They finished the year with 116 points, good for the top record in the Western Conference and one point behind the Boston Bruins for the best record in the NHL. But the Ducks' season ended in disappointing fashion. Show More Summary

Final Report Card for the Anaheim Ducks' 2013-14 Season

The Anaheim Ducks finished the season with the best record in the Western Conference and the second-highest point total in the NHL with a 54-20-8 mark, good for 116 points. Despite the great regular season, the team's exit in the second round of the playoffs has to be considered a disappointment. Show More Summary

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