Ducks Look To Improve Overtime Play

Photo: The Canadian Press, Jason Franson

Photo: The Canadian Press, Jason Franson

By Mike Walters

The Anaheim Ducks finished their Western Canada trip going 1-1-1. They defeated the Vancouver Canucks and earned one point in an overtime loss to the Edmonton Oilers. The Ducks then finished the trip with a terrible loss at the hands of the Calgary Flames.

On this week’s show, we look at the Ducks struggles in overtime and in secondary scoring. Anaheim has yet to win a game in overtime this season. The Ducks have gone into overtime five times, losing four times during 3-on-3 play and once in the shootout. We take a look the lineup and discuss how some changes could be made to provide more offense. The Ryan Kesler line has been dominant in producing goals, but there is a drop off from the rest of the team’s forwards excluding Rickard Rakell.

We also talk about several former Ducks on this show, including Travis Moen, Jean-Sebastien Giguere, and Patrick Maroon. Additionally, we provide updates on the San Diego Gulls and Ducks prospects.

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December 7, 2016

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