The Anaheim Ducks just completed a five-game road trip that saw the team go 4-1-0. After dropping the opening road game in Nashville, the Ducks went on to win the next four contests. Anaheim was able to rally in the final game of the road trip from four goals down to beat the Capitals 6-5 in dramatic fashion.
The Ducks sit just one point out of first place in the Pacific Division, but are they a contender or just a pretender?
Recently the Anaheim Ducks have been hanging around third place in the Pacific Division. The Ducks have been able to improve their play, but every time they take a step forward they then seem to take two steps backward. Despite Anaheim being in a playoff spot, some are still not happy with the Ducks management.
On this show, we discuss the Ducks sporadic play, management's decision to send Max Comtois back to the juniors, Anaheim's scoring and coaching issues.
This past week the Ducks played well against Nashville and Toronto but were blowout 5-0 by Vegas. Anaheim has been inconsistent this season and it has many upset that Randy Carlyle is still the head coach.
On this show, we discuss the Ducks performance, the injuries, and how management could try to improve the situation in Anaheim.
The Ducks ended their seven-game losing streak this week but dropped games to their cross-town rival Los Angeles and Minnesota. John Gibson had enough in the game against the Wild as he put Eric Fehr in a headlock and ripped his helmet off.
On this show, we have a discussion about Gibson's frustration and how the team has been leaning on him too much. We talk about the issues with Randy Carlyle, but also with Bob Murray. The question is will the team be able to right the ship before it's too late.
After having lost four games in a row, the Ducks returned home to Anaheim for three games this past week. The Ducks lost all three of those contests and are now on a seven-game slide.
On this show, we have a spirited conversation about what is going wrong in Anaheim and whether or not Head Coach Randy Carlyle should be fired. We take an in-depth look at some of the numbers that could shine some light on the Ducks issues.
The Anaheim Ducks started the season 5-1-1 but then went on a four-game losing streak. The Ducks are now 5-5-1 and it has many people asking questions about Randy Carlyle, the players, and the rest of the season.
On this show, we take a deep dive into the stats and puck possession numbers for the Ducks. Anaheim is sitting at a .500 record, but they can't keep playing the way they have been for the rest of the season.
Ryan Kesler scored two goals in the Ducks win over the New York Islanders this week. In his post-game interview, he said the performance was a "big middle finger" to those who doubted he would return to form after his surgery. On this show, we analyze Kesler's play and Anaheim's overall performance while discussing lineups, roster moves, and injuries.
This past week Ryan Kesler returned to action when the Ducks played the Arizona Coyotes. Kesler scored the first goal of the game, but Anaheim would eventually lose the game 3-2 in a shootout. Some question whether it was too soon or not for him to return.
On this show, we take a look at Kesler's return and all the other injury news surrounding the team. We analyze how the team has played so far going 3-0-1 in their first four games. We also added a "fan takeover" segment, which includes topics picked from our patron supporters.
The Anaheim Ducks are going to start this season with several new faces that are starting their NHL careers. The Ducks are dealing with the injury bug again at the beginning of the season. They will be without Patrick Eaves, Korbinian Holzer, Ondrej Kase, Ryan Kesler, Max Jones, and Corey Perry.
On this show, we talk about the youth movement in Anaheim and how it could all play out this season. We break down the lineup giving our takes on the offensive and defensive sides of the puck.