One Year Later: The Jonathan Bernier Trade

By Thomas Harrington One year ago today, the Anaheim Ducks acquired Jonathan Bernier from the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for a conditional 2017 draft pick. There were four separate conditions on that pick. First, if Bernier started at least half of Anaheim’s playoff games and the Ducks won the Stanley Cup, Toronto would receive…

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Ducks Sign Dennis Rasmussen

  By Michael Walters The Anaheim Ducks signed Dennis Rasmussen the team announced today. According to Brian Hedger, the contract is a one-year, one-way deal worth $725,000. Rasmussen played the last two seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks. In 112 games, Rasmussen registered 17 total points(8 Goals + 9 Assists). His career on ice rating is…

Prospect Profile: Giovanni Fiore

By Thomas Harrington With the expansion draft, entry draft, and first few days of free agency behind us, it’s time for the first prospect profile of the summer: Giovanni Fiore. In these prospect profiles, I’ll be going over any new prospects the Ducks acquired during last season, whether through free agency or trade, and give…

Reto Berra To Sign With Anaheim

By Michael Walters According to RTS Sport and Swiss Hockey News, Reto Berra has signed a one-year deal with the Ducks for the 2017-18 season. According to CapFriendly.com, the deal is one-way and worth $700,000. Berra played in seven games(0-5-0, 3.45 GAA, .876 SV%) for the Florida Panthers last season before leaving the NHL. In April…

Ducks Add Depth, But Miss Out On Marleau

By Michael Walters Over the weekend the Ducks added more depth by signing defenseman Steve Oleksy and forward Scott Sabourin. Oleksy is a 6’0 tall, 190-pound defenseman that spent last season in the AHL with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins and Toronto Marlins. Olesky also appeared in 11 games with the back-to-back Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins recording one…

Anaheim Active In Free Agent Frenzy

By Michael Walters The Anaheim Ducks have been active so far this weekend. Cam Fowler was signed to an eight-year extension worth about $52 million. The Ducks also signed Ryan Miller, Derek Grant, Michael Liambas, Steve Oleksy, and Scott Sabourin. Anaheim still has about $5.7 million in cap space. On this show we talk about the…

Ducks Busy on First Day of Free Agency

By Michael Walters The Anaheim Ducks were very active on the first day of free agency. First, they announced a massive contract extension to Cam Fowler for 8 years worth about $52 million with an annual average value(AAV) of $6.5 million. There had been several reports that a contract extension would be coming after Fowler had…

Comtois and Morand, Two Guys From Quebec

By Mathieu Bernier On June 23rd, Chicago hosted the 2017 NHL draft. In acquiring Patrick Eaves last season, Anaheim lost their first pick; they had to be satisfied with 50th and 60th overall picks. Despite this, the Ducks succeeded in finding a way to make people talk about them. In fact, they didn’t only draft…

Ducks Development Camp; Ducks Hire Assistant Coaches

By Thomas Harrington The Anaheim Ducks had a busy Wednesday. First, they announced the dates and roster of this summer’s Development Camp, which will feature all five players selected in the recent NHL Entry Draft. Second, they announced the hiring of two new assistant coaches. Finally, it was announced that prospects Kevin Boyle and Jaycob…

Jakob Silfverberg: Season In Review

By: Matthew Garcia Jakob Silfverberg, much like the rest of the Anaheim Ducks squad got off to a slow start, but once he found his sea legs Silfverberg was off and scoring. Silfverberg was paired with teammates Ryan Kesler, and Andrew Cogliano and were the shutdown trio of the team once again this year. It…