Anaheim Prospects: Trade or Not To Trade?

By Thomas Harrington For the first time in a long time, the Ducks should be sellers at the trade deadline, and, as a result, they should not trade any of their top prospects. With the trade deadline rapidly approaching, I’d usually go through Anaheim’s prospects and determine who should be dealt for help as the…

Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 9

By Thomas Harrington The San Diego Gulls played five games over the last two weeks, going 3-2. The Gulls have fallen off their insane pace from earlier this year, but that week has them third in the Pacific and in a playoff spot. To maintain it, they’re going to need to continue playing solid hockey,…

Ducks January Review

By Thomas Harrington The Anaheim Ducks(21-21-9) had a difficult January, winning only two games. The only good news is that, because of the All-Star Game and bye week, the Ducks played in only 10 games. Overall, Anaheim went 2-6-2 and picked up six points in the standings.  Two Wins Normally, I’d start this by going…

Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 8

By Thomas Harrington The San Diego Gulls played six games over the past two weeks, going 3-2-1. It was inevitable that the Gulls would slow down and not get a point in every game going forward. The good news is that despite losing a few games, San Diego still played well most nights, and if…

Ducks 10 Game Review: Game 41-50

By Thomas Harrington The Anaheim Ducks struggled mightily over the last 10 games with a record of 2-5-3, good for seven points. If there is any consolation in these recent games, it’s that Anaheim ended their team-record 12-game winless streak and have won two of their last three games. Still, if the Ducks want to…

Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 7

By Thomas Harrington The San Diego Gulls are on fire. Over the last two weeks, the Gulls played in five games and went 5-0. Overall, San Diego has won eight straight games and has points in 13 straight games. Not that long ago, the Gulls were not playing well and were at the bottom of…

Ducks Prospects: World Junior Tournament Recap

By Thomas Harrington The 2019 World Junior Tournament ended early for Anaheim’s prospects. The Ducks had sent four prospects to the tournament representing three countries: Maxime Comtois of Canada, Isac Lundestrom and Olle Eriksson Ek of Sweden, and Lukas Dostal of the Czech Republic. While the expectations for the Czech Republic weren’t sky high, both…

Ducks December Review

By Thomas Harrington The Anaheim Ducks had an up and down month of December. Things started off great as Anaheim won six of seven contests, but they dropped their final six games of the month, four of those in regulation. Overall, the Ducks played in 13 games and went 6-5-2 for 14 points. That losing…

Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 6

By Thomas Harrington The San Diego Gulls had a very successful two-week stint, helping to get their season back on track. Overall, the Gulls went 5-0-1 and are now back above the .500 mark and are fifth in the Pacific Division. Gulls Blow Out The Barracuda The Gulls started out the last two weeks by…

Ducks 10 Game Review: Games 31-40

By Thomas Harrington The Ducks stumbled over the last 10 games, losing the final five in a row. Thankfully, Anaheim had a strong start to this 10 game segment; they went 4-5-1 as a result and picked up nine points. This five-game slide has caused the Ducks to drop out of the top three spots…