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.
The Anaheim Ducks dealt with injuries last season and it appears the 2018-19 season will be no different.
On this show, we discuss who could step up for the Ducks this season, especially since Eaves and Kesler will not start at the beginning of this season.
Recently Kesler sent out a tweet to Ryan Johansen asking him if he wanted to meet up before the season. It's obvious that the rivalry between the two still exists, but does it signal Kesler's return next season?
Hannah Spraker from The 4th Period joins us to talk about Kesler's possible return and to also discuss John Gibson's contract extension and how it will affect the Ducks.
The NHL Draft is just around the corner and it's predicted to be wide open after the opening picks have been made.
On this show, we discuss who the Anaheim Ducks might look to add to their organization. We also discuss how the Patrick Eaves, Ryan Kesler, and Corey Perry situations could affect the Ducks draft and free agency strategy. Lastly, we provide an update on Kesler's health issues.
The Anaheim Ducks announced some coaching moves and provided an injury update on Ryan Miller recently. The biggest news of the week came from Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman as he stated that Ryan Kesler might not be able to play next season.
On this show, we discuss the effect on the team if Kesler is unable to play part or all of next season. We also discuss the Stanley Cup Final and share our thoughts on who will win it all.
The Anaheim Ducks 2017-18 season was filled with injuries and another second half playoff push. Despite finishing the season on a winning streak, Anaheim was eliminated in four straight games by San Jose.
On this show, we take a look back at the season and then focus on where the Ducks go for next season.