Ducks: Anaheim Is Not a Sustainable Hockey Team Right Now

The Anaheim Ducks will return to action in a couple days against the Winnipeg Jets. Considering that the squad dropped a 5-1 decision to the Blues ahead of the All-Star break, it’s hard to avoid apprehension when it comes to this group. The Ducks are 21-21-9 and frustration is setting in. Just ask Ryan Getzlaf,Continue reading “Ducks: Anaheim Is Not a Sustainable Hockey Team Right Now”

Maple Leafs: Toronto’s the Best Team in the NHL Right Now

Don’t look now, but the Toronto Maple Leafs are the best team in the NHL. The club took the lead Friday night with a win over the Anaheim Ducks, sweeping California on what has been a dazzling year on the road so far. The Maple Leafs own the best road record this season, going 9-1-0Continue reading “Maple Leafs: Toronto’s the Best Team in the NHL Right Now”

Ducks: Anaheim Signs Gibson to New Deal

The Anaheim Ducks have signed goaltender John Gibson to an eight-year contract extension worth $51.2 million, the team announced Saturday. That works out to $6.4 million a year. The deal kicks in for the 2019-2020 season, as Gibson’s current contract still has a year to go at $2.3 million annually. The netminder will be anContinue reading “Ducks: Anaheim Signs Gibson to New Deal”

Ducks: Few Changes in Anaheim as 2018-2019 Season Looms

Summer is well underway and that means it’s time to jump back into hockey. The Anaheim Ducks are looking to make things happen in 2018-2019, but they haven’t done a whole lot since they were swept by the San Jose Sharks in the first round of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Ducks haven’t lostContinue reading “Ducks: Few Changes in Anaheim as 2018-2019 Season Looms”

Sharks: San Jose Completes First Round Sweep of Ducks

The San Jose Sharks have swept the Anaheim Ducks in the first round of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs, polishing off their California rival with a 2-1 Game Four win on Wednesday night. The Sharks got goals from Marcus Sorenson and Tomas Hertl, while Andrew Cogliano scored the lone marker for the Ducks. Anaheim wasContinue reading “Sharks: San Jose Completes First Round Sweep of Ducks”