What Went Wrong: Anaheim Ducks

With the St. Louis Blues winning the Stanley Cup, 30 other teams are looking on with something to prove next season. And those 30 other teams, some more than others, are looking back on 2018-2019 with changes in mind and a little soul-searching to do. With that in mind, it’s time to delve into exactlyContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Anaheim Ducks”

Ducks: Head Coach Carlyle Out, Murray In (For Now)

The Anaheim Ducks have fired head coach Randy Carlyle. The team made the announcement Sunday, placing general manager and executive vice president Bob Murray in charge of the post for the rest of the season. “What has happened here lately and how we have played, it was time for change,” Murray said. “Some people thoughtContinue reading “Ducks: Head Coach Carlyle Out, Murray In (For Now)”

Ducks, Kings Advance to Post-season After Wednesday Action

The Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks clinched their respective playoff berths on Wednesday night. The Kings landed in the post-season after the St. Louis Blues dropped a game to the Chicago Blackhawks, while the Ducks found themselves in the playoffs with a win over the Minnesota Wild. The Kings sit with a 44-28-8 recordContinue reading “Ducks, Kings Advance to Post-season After Wednesday Action”

Ducks Coach Carlyle Ups Gamesmanship Ahead of Game Four

The gamesmanship continues in this year’s playoffs, with Anaheim Ducks head coach Randy Carlyle jumping back into the fray with his Tuesday suggestion that referees have been taking it easy on Edmonton Oilers forward Connor McDavid. “To me, it seems like there is somewhat of a white-glove treatment for Mr. McDavid,” Carlyle said. “The restrictionsContinue reading “Ducks Coach Carlyle Ups Gamesmanship Ahead of Game Four”

Ducks Sign Carlyle to Extension

The Anaheim Ducks are showing faith in their head coach by signing him to a two-year contract extension. Randy Carlyle, who coached the Duckies to their Stanley Cup Championship in 2007, inked a deal today that will keep him in the sun for the next two seasons. Financial terms were not disclosed, but Carlyle hadContinue reading “Ducks Sign Carlyle to Extension”