Second Round of Roster Cuts

By Thomas Harrington With San Diego’s training camp getting started Monday morning, the Anaheim Ducks announced their second round of roster cuts to help fill out the Gulls’ training camp roster. Giovanni Fiore, Mitch Hults, Jack Kopacka, Angus Redmond, Deven Sideroff, and Keaton Thompson were all assigned to the Gulls, while Roman Durny was assigned…

Anaheim’s First Round of Roster Cuts

By Thomas Harrington On Saturday night, Anaheim announced their first round of roster cuts. Overall, there were no real surprises, as none of the players released from camp were expected in the NHL this season. 14 players were cut: Terrance Amorosa, Alex Dostie, Chris Forney, Scott Moldenhauer, Julius Nattinen, Tyler Soy, and Ben Thompson were…

Who Will Step Up For Anaheim This Season?

By Michael Walters The NHL preseason is underway and the Anaheim Ducks are trying to figure out who their starting roster will be come October. They will be without Patrick Eaves for a few games and Ryan Kesler is still a question for his return date. Anaheim is also without Korbinian Holzer(wrist), Max Jones(thumb), and…

Anaheim Rookie Tournament Recap

By Thomas Harrington Anaheim’s rookies had a spectacular tournament in Vegas, going 3-0 and scoring 21 goals in those three games. There were several standout performances from all over the lineup, and no one really had a bad tournament. Anaheim Dethrones Los Angeles 8-3 The first game of the tournament saw Anaheim’s prospects take on…

Anaheim’s Top 10 Prospects

By Thomas Harrington With the prospect profiles and updates complete, along with the strengths and weakness of the Ducks’ farm system, it’s time to list the players who I believe are Anaheim’s top 10 prospects. As I’ve done previously, I will only be including players who are eligible to win the Calder Memorial Trophy this…

Strengths and Weaknesses of Anaheim’s Farm System

By Thomas Harrington Now that the individual prospect updates and profiles are complete, it’s time to take a look at the strengths and weakness of the Ducks’ farm system: both in general and by position. With the exception of last season, Anaheim has had a number of prospects come up and become full-time NHL players…

Prospect Update: Sam Steel

By Thomas Harrington After absolutely dominating the WHL in the 2016-2017 season, Sam Steel had another strong season in his final year of juniors, and he was also the captain of the Regina Pats. After scoring 50 goals and 131 points, it was inevitable that Steel’s point totals would drop this past year. Still, he…

Prospect Update: Max Jones

By Thomas Harrington Since being Anaheim’s first selection of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft at 24th overall, Max Jones has had a couple of rough seasons. This was especially true this past year, as he dealt with injuries and missed significant time. Still, he’s got a future power forward written all over him, and he’ll…

Prospect Update: Maxime Comtois

By Thomas Harrington The Anaheim Ducks drafted Maxime Comtois 50th overall last summer, their first selection of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Many had initially pegged Comtois as a first round pick, but he didn’t have a great season before he was drafted, causing him to fall in the draft, and the Ducks were only…