This past week Teemu Selanne and Paul Kariya were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. The Anaheim Ducks will honor the Dynamic Duo this Sunday when the Ducks take on the Florida Panthers. On this show, we talk about the Hall of Fame weekend and the importance of Selanne and Kariya to the sport of hockey in Southern California. We also take a look at the Ducks performance this past week and the importance of the upcoming week against Pacific Division opponents.
The Anaheim Ducks had a rough week seeing their captain Ryan Getzlaf being placed on the injury reserve list. The Ducks also lost all three of their games each essentially by one goal.
On this show, we talk about the areas the Ducks need to improve in order to be successful in the upcoming home games. We also cover the "distinct" kicking motion rule, the Matt Duchene trade, and the appearance of Big Bird at Honda Center.
The Anaheim Ducks headed out on a four-game road trip and ended up earning six out of a possible eight points. It wasn't pretty with a blow out loss to Florida, but the Ducks still pulled out three wins including one against the red-hot Tampa Bay Lightning.
On this show, we discuss Ryan Miller's huge performance in Carolina, injury news, and how the Ducks are shaping up in the division. We share our thoughts on the Ducks overall performance in the month of October and what to expect in the next month.
Last Friday the Anaheim Ducks bounced the Montreal Canadiens out of Honda Center with a wild 6-2 win. The Ducks did lose Cam Fowler to injury in the game. To make matters worse the Ducks announced today that Patrick Eaves has Guillain–Barré syndrome, which causes the immune system to attack the nerve system. Both players have been placed on the injury reserve.
On this show, we discuss how the Ducks will have to carry on without both Fowler and Eaves. We talk about the possibility of Anaheim trying to make a trade and how they will have to adjust the lineup due to the injuries. We discuss the players that need to step up and who has been doing well so far.
The Anaheim Ducks started out the season with a four-game homestand. Despite having a depleted squad the Ducks were able to manage five points out of a possible eight points. Ryan Getzlaf and Patrick Eaves returned to the lineup while Nick Ritchie and Ondrej Kase were both injured.
On this show, we take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of this team after having completed their first homestand. We discuss how we think the Ducks will do for the rest of the month while providing roster and injury news.
We also cover the return of Jaromir Jagr, the emotional home opener for the Vegas Golden Knights, and more!
The preseason has been a struggle for the Ducks and injuries continue to cause problems.
On this show, Mike is on vacation, so Patrick from The Puck Guys joins the show to discuss the Ducks preseason woes with Eddy. We cover the entire roster outlook, preview the Ducks season and take a look at the other divisions across the NHL.
We also discuss the hot topic of kneeling during the national anthem, Paul Kariya's return to the spotlight, and various rule changes in the NHL.
Stay tuned for a hilarious, but extremely expensive rip off of a vintage NHL jersey.
During the summer it was known that Hampus Lindholm and Sami Vatanen wouldn't be available for the start of the NHL season. Now the Anaheim Ducks are faced with also being without Ryan Kesler for at least the first couple months of the season. The question for Randy Carlyle is how will his adjust his forward lineup without Kesler. Younger players are going to have to step up on defense and now an offense for this team.
On this show we discuss which younger players could make the roster after preseason and who we think will need to step on the current roster. We take a look at some player updates and the season schedule giving our input on how the wounded Ducks might fair in the opening months of the NHL season.
This past week the Anaheim Ducks brought back Francois Beauchemin for his third tour of duty. He signed a one-year deal worth $1 million, including $500,000 in performance bonuses. On this show, we talk about the defensive implications of bringing him back to the organization and the possibility of other moves the Ducks might make.
We also discuss the upcoming talent for the Ducks and who we think could make the team come this October. We cover the World Junior Summer Showcase, the Ducks Prospect Showcase, and the Fedorin Cup.
This podcast is dedicated to Bryan Murray for his contributions to the Anaheim Ducks and sport of hockey in general. Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.
The Ducks signed Cam Fowler to an eight-year extension and picked up Ryan Miller as a back-up goalie on July 1st. Since then the Ducks haven't signed any big name players in free agency.
On this show, we discuss if the Ducks have done enough moves to get them deep into the playoffs next season. We also discuss the possibility of Corey Perry playing hurt this past season.
The Anaheim Ducks have been active so far this weekend. Cam Fowler was signed to an eight-year extension worth about $52 million. The Ducks also signed Ryan Miller, Derek Grant, and Michael Liambas. Anaheim still has about $5.7 million in cap space.
On this show we talk about the Ducks moves so far and what could be the next move for Anaheim. We analyze the Ducks chances next season with the current roster and whether or not they should add another player(s) to the lineup.
Lastly, we take a look around the league and discuss several of the free agent signings.