Michal Rozsival is attempting to return for his 17th season in the NHL, but it is not off to a promising start. Rozsival, starting his sixth season with the Chicago Blackhawks, did not pass his physical at the start of training camp on Friday and is not able to participate at this time, according to […]
While it didn’t result in a Stanley Cup, the Anaheim Ducks were mostly successful in 2016-17, ending their run in the Western Conference Final. Pushing that deep into the playoffs sometimes come at a price, and it seems like the Ducks will limp* into at least the first few months of 2017-18. With Ducks training […]
The NHL announced on Wednesday that George Parros is the new Senior Vice President of Player Safety, taking the reins of the league’s on-ice supplemental discipline from Stephane Quintal. “George possesses one of the brightest and most innovative young minds in our game,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said of the 37-year-old former Anaheim Ducks enforcer. […]
The Edmonton Oilers returned to relevance in the NHL this past season when they ended an 11-year postseason drought and not only advanced to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but were just one game away from reaching the Western Conference Finals. Connor McDavid, healthy for the full season, becoming arguably the best […]
The Ducks announced that their own ceremony for Kariya and Selanne will take place on Nov. 19, a night when the team will host the Florida Panthers. “Paul and I are honored that the Ducks will host this special night at Honda Center,” Selanne said.
Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry carry big-time pressure into every Anaheim Ducks season as the team’s dynamic, highest-paid duo. John Gibson, on the other hand, will see his future determined by how he – and his team – performs during the next season or two.
When Randy Carlyle began his second stint as Anaheim Ducks head coach, many wondered if there would be a big drop-off from Bruce Boudreau. One season doesn’t make a coach’s run – unless you’re an unfortunate soul like Dallas Eakins – but so far, Carlyle’s been a solid success. The Ducks won the Pacific Division […]
The Calgary Flames made it back to the playoffs in the spring, but were swiftly swept by the Anaheim Ducks in the opening round. General manager Brad Treliving then went to work, making numerous changes to the roster, most notably in goal. The Flames moved on from the duo of Chad Johnson and Brian Elliott […]
Francois Beauchemin keeps coming back to the Anaheim Ducks, and his third stint probably will be the final NHL season. Beauchemin won the Cup in 2007 during his first tenure with Anaheim from 2005–09. After leaving for Toronto as a free agent, he returned to Anaheim in a trade in February 2011.
Francois Beauchemin will once again be playing for the Anaheim Ducks, according to TVA Sports and Renaud Lavoie. Updated: The Ducks have since confirmed a one-year deal for Beauchemin. This would be Beauchemin’s third stint with the team.
The hockey world continues to mourn the passing of Bryan Murray at age 74, with condolences coming from NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, legendary figure Scotty Bowman, the Anaheim Ducks, and many others. “Bryan Murray’s strength and character were reflected in the teams he coached and the teams he built over decades of front office excellence,” […]
Note: It’s the NHL Alternate History project! We’ve asked fans and bloggers from 31 teams to pick one turning point in their franchise’s history and ask ‘what if things had gone differently?’ Trades, hirings, firings, wins, losses, injuries … all of it. In the hockey world, the NHL had just cancelled an entire season due to its […]