Ducks Look To Add Pieces In Offseason

By Michael Walters This past week was a busy time for the NHL and the Anaheim Ducks were no exception either. The Ducks lost Clayton Stoner and Shea Theodore in the Expansion Draft. There are also reports that Nate Thompson, Jonathan Bernier, and Jhonas Enroth could test the free agent market and may not return…

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Poll: Should Anaheim Retire Kariya’s Number?

By Michael Walters Today Teemu Selanne and Paul Kariya were elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the 2017 class. It comes as no surprise that Selanne was selected in his fist year of eligibility. Selanne leads the Ducks in the following categories: career goals(457), Single-season goals(52), career points(998), single-season points(109), Career winning goals…

Holzer Signs Two Year Deal

By Michael Walters According to TVA Sports, Korbinian Holzer signed a two-year extension for $1.8 million. The deal is worth $900,000 in 2017-18 and 2018-19 respectively. Holzer played in 32 games for Anaheim last season, recording two goals and five assists. He played in five playoff games this postseason and didn’t record a point. He has played…

Thompson and Others To Test Free Agent Market

By Michael Walters The Anaheim Ducks completed their 2017 draft today and also re-signed Patrick Eaves to a three-year deal. Some players may not be returning for the 2017-18 season, however. Ducks General Manager has talked to Nate Thompson and he has “expressed a huge interest to go to the free-agent market” per the Associated Press.…

2017 Ducks Draft Recap

By Thomas Harrington After having no first round pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, the Anaheim Ducks made five selections on day two of the draft. The Ducks selected winger Maxime Comtois 50th overall, center Antoine Morand 60th overall, forward Jack Badini 91st overall, right winger Kyle Olson 122nd overall, and goaltender Olle Eriksson…

Ducks Re-Sign Eaves For Three Years

By Thomas Harrington Despite not having a first-round selection, the Anaheim Ducks still made some news during the draft tonight, as it was announced that Patrick Eaves had been re-signed for three years at $9.45 million. Eaves came over at the deadline from Dallas and is the reason why Anaheim lacked a first round pick…

Anaheim Ducks Transactions: Summer 2017

Displayed below are tables of all signings, trades, and draft selections by the Anaheim Ducks this summer. For more details about a specific signing or trade please click on the date in the first column on the left. Offseason Signings Date Player Status Type Length Value Cap Hit 7/7/17 Dennis Rasmussen UFA One-Way 1 Year $725,000 $725,000 7/5/17…

Some Notes About The Ducks 2017-18 Schedule

By Michael Walters The Anaheim Ducks announced their 2017-18 regular season schedule today. Here are some notes to keep in mind when reviewing it. The Ducks will open their season on Oct. 5 against Arizona at Honda Center. Anaheim will have a four-game homestand which also includes games against Philadelphia, Calgary, and the New York…

The Aftermath: Theodore and Stoner to Vegas

By Thomas Harrington The Ducks were unable to protect every player that they wanted to for the expansion draft. Anaheim could leave either Sami Vatanen and Josh Manson exposed, or at least one of Jakob Silfverberg and Rickard Rakell. Given Anaheim’s depth on defense, the choice was easy: protect the forwards and leave Manson and…

Kesler Could Be Out 4-5 Months

By Michael Walters At the Select-A-Seat Event, held on June 11th at Honda Center, General Manager Bob Murray revealed that Ryan Kesler had hip surgery. Murray stated that the recovery time was going to be about 12 weeks or three months. At that time it was expected that Kesler would be ready to go at…