Ducks Fight Through Controversy

Photo: Jeff Chiu, AP

Photo: Jeff Chiu, AP

By Michael Walters

This past week the Anaheim Ducks went 1-1-1 in their three most recent contests. They lost in a marathon shootout to the New York Islanders 3-2. The Ducks also lost to the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 and then beat the San Jose Sharks 3-2. Each game had a controversial call involving a scoring play.

On this week’s show, we talk about each play and discuss whether the NHL officials made the correct call or not. We talk about the Ducks performance during these three games and how they responded to the officiating. We also take a look at the Ducks lineup changes, player movement, and the expansion draft.

Lastly, we talk about Las Vegas’ new team name, the Vegas Golden Knights and also share our thoughts on the Florida Panthers firing head coach Gerard Gallant.

We answer several fan questions throughout this podcast, thank you as they help make the show!

Injury Updates:

The Ducks placed Joseph Cramarossa and Clayton Stoner on injury reserve on November 25, 2016. Both are listed with lower body injuries and it is not clear when they will return.

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November 28, 2016