Ducks: Offensive Struggles Will Continue for Anaheim

The Anaheim Ducks haven’t seen the post-season since 2018 and would love a chance to shake off some rust going into the 2020-2021 season. The new year presumably gets underway January 1 and the Ducks have their work cut out for them. Offence has long been an issue and there’s no reason to think theContinue reading “Ducks: Offensive Struggles Will Continue for Anaheim”

Ducks: Anaheim Among Many Cash-Strapped Teams

With the flat salary cap in play, several NHL teams are finding themselves up against it moneywise. And the league is feeling it, with more unrestricted free agents still available than normal and a whole lot of conjecture about next season – and the season after that. That brings us to the Anaheim Ducks, oneContinue reading “Ducks: Anaheim Among Many Cash-Strapped Teams”

Flames: Talbot Stops 44 as Calgary Thrashes Ducks

Cam Talbot picked up his first shutout for the Calgary Flames Thursday and his team knocked off the Anaheim Ducks by a final score of 6-0. It was a thrashing, bolstered by four goals in the first period that took the home team right out of it. And Talbot made a career-high 44 stops forContinue reading “Flames: Talbot Stops 44 as Calgary Thrashes Ducks”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Anaheim Ducks

The 2019-2020 season will be upon us sooner than we think and that’s why it’s time to start looking at how your favourite teams will do and how your not-so-favourites will stink up the joint. Up first, the Anaheim Ducks. We’ve already talked about new head coach Dallas Eakins and how he’s got his workContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Anaheim Ducks”

Ducks: Eakins Ready to Put His Stamp on Anaheim

The Anaheim Ducks will start 2019-2020 with a new head coach in Dallas Eakins and that’s where the fun begins. Eakins was the bench boss of the Edmonton Oilers from 2013 to 2015, posting a 36-63-14 record. That’s not exactly a ringing endorsement. And believe me, Eakins has his work cut out for him. AnaheimContinue reading “Ducks: Eakins Ready to Put His Stamp on Anaheim”