Rakell & Lindholm Win Gold; Miller Has Surgery

By Michael Walters When the Anaheim Ducks season ended, some of the players got to play some more hockey in the IIHF World Tournament. Korbinian Holzer played for Team Germany. Rickard Rakell and Hampus Lindholm both participated as members of Team Sweden. Team Sweden earned a 3-2 shootout victory over Switzerland in the gold medal game in…

Player Review: John Gibson

By Adam Tenenbaum John Gibson spent his second full season as the Ducks number one goaltender in 2017-18. He appeared in a career-high 60 games and won a career-best 31. He finished the season with a record of 31-18-7, with a GAA of 2.43, and save percentage of .926 %. In the playoffs, Gibson posted…

Interview With Max Jones

By Michael Walters The Anaheim Ducks season may be over, but there is always time to talk about the organization’s prospect depth. Eddy Jones and Patrick Mahoney take a close look at the Anaheim Ducks prospects currently playing in the CHL, NCAA, or over in Europe. Max Jones joins the show to talk about the…

Player Review: Ryan Getzlaf

By Garrett Funk Ryan Getzlaf had a productive 2017-18 season. Getzlaf had a line of 11-50=61 and was +18 during the season, good for a 1.09 PPG average. The 6’4 center put up these totals despite only playing 56 games. The captain missed extended time after being struck in the face by a puck against…

Player Review: Francois Beauchemin

By Victor Cabrera The Anaheim Ducks’ veteran defenseman Francois Beauchemin decided to hang up the skates at the end of this season at the age of 37. Beauchemin had played with Anaheim on three separate occasions throughout his career. His most memorable was the 2006-2007 season in which the team won the Stanley Cup. Alongside Corey…

Player Review: Ondrej Kase

By Garrett Funk Ondrej Kase had a breakout 2017-18 season. The 22-year-old Czech right wing put up a career-high 38 points with a line of 20-18=38 with a +/- of +18. The second year winger burst onto the scene as one of Anaheim’s top scoring threats and only played in 66 games. Kase had an…

Anaheim Ducks Season Recap

By Michael Walters The Anaheim Ducks started the 2017-18 season shorthanded in a year that was filled with plenty of twists and turns. The Ducks still managed to put together a solid regular season despite all the obstacles, but then found themselves being eliminated in the playoffs in the first round. Before opening day the Ducks…

Ducks Exit Interviews

By Michael Walters After the disappointing series against the San Jose Sharks, the Anaheim Ducks held player interviews today. Here are the player and team updates. Ryan Kesler In order to return to the ice this season, Kesler shed 20 pounds of weight. He plans to maintain the lower weight when he plays next season.…

VIDEO: Ducks Get Swept

By Lauren Laessig First Period The San Jose Sharks came out aggressive and quick, two things the Ducks have yet to do. John Gibson was forced to make big saves almost immediately, including the save on Logan Couture’s early breakaway bid. Only 5 minutes and 43 seconds in, Marcus Sorensen got his own rebound and…

Game 4: The Ducks Look To Avoid Elimination

By Michael Walters The Anaheim Ducks square off with the San Jose Sharks tonight for Game 4 at 7:30 PM PT at SAP Center. Tonight we will have a watch party at Avila’s El Ranchito in Orange. Click for details: DucksNPucks Watch Party Anaheim Outlook: The Ducks have their back up against the wall. Anaheim has dropped…