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Well, that couldn't have gone any better for the Anaheim Ducks- Am I right? The Ducks had the home town fans on their feet right from the drop of the puck and Hollywood probably couldn't have scripted the game any better. The New York Rangers never had a chance.
Still oozing blood from a 9-2 Shark attack, the Rangers limped into Anaheim a wounded bunch. Ducks are vegetarians by nature, but las...
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In case you hadn’t heard, the Anaheim Ducks will be wearing their throwback Mighty Ducks sweaters this Sunday for the first time since 2005, when the team was bought by new ownership. Jonas Hiller will be breaking out a special goalie mask to celebrate the occasion, and that mask is pictured above. It’s awesome, right ?Yeah, yeah it is. The post Jonas Hiller’s throwback Mighty...
Preview: New York Rangers (1-2-0) at Anaheim Ducks (2-1-0)
For the first time in two seasons the Anaheim Ducks will host the New York Rangers at the Honda Center. Anaheim has an all-time record of 14-6-5 against New York which includes 8-2-2 at home. Tonight will be the 20th anniversary home opener for the Ducks while the Rangers continue their nine game road trip in Anaheim to start...
Every 90s kid remembers how cool the Mighty Ducks were when they entered the NHL in 1993. Hell, the Disney-owned team was named after every kid’s favorite movie of 1992, where we all learned the power of the “triple-deke.” But then tragedy struck when Disney sold the team and they became the Anaheim Ducks. There’s nothing cool about that. To celebrate their 20th anniversary...
In case you hadn’t heard, the Anaheim Ducks will be wearing their throwback Mighty Ducks sweaters this Sunday for the first time since 2005, when the team was bought by new ownership.
Jonas Hiller will be breaking out a special goalie mask to celebrate the occasion, and that mask is pictured above. It’s awesome, right ?Yeah, yeah it is.
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This Sunday, the Anaheim Ducks will honor their 20th anniversary by wearing their old Anaheim Mighty Ducks uniforms. Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller unveiled this amazing throwback mask, complete with Wild Wing on the side. It’s really too bad that Disney sold the team and they got rid of these timeless uniforms.
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The Ducks started their season on the road and came back for a home opener filled with pomp and circumstance and sweet 6-0 victory over the New York Rangers.
Never mind that the Rangers are a struggling team right now, being outscored 15-2 in their past two efforts. A win is a win, and the Ducks were right to take advantage of every single error and advantage that was handed...
Trading fan-favorite Bobby Ryan for a young Swedish player from the Ottawa Senators didn't appear to be a move that would strengthen the Ducks.
But Jakob Silfverberg 22 has four goals through the team's first four games and his two-goal performance Thursday in the Ducks' 6-0 home-opener rout of the New York Rangers at Honda Center is changing the perception of a deal...
The Anaheim Ducks are going back to their roots in for the team's 20th anniversary. For one night, the team will sport it's original name: The Mighty Ducks.
TONIGHT’S GAME The Rangers will face-off against the Anaheim Ducks tonight, Oct. 10, at Honda Center (10:00 p.m. — TV: MSG Network; Radio: ESPN 98.7), in their third game in four nights. The Blueshirts enter the contest having been defeated by the Sharks, 9-2, on Tuesday at San Jose, and are now 1-2-0 (2 pts) this season. The Ducks enter […]
In one of this summer's biggest offseason trades, the Anaheim Ducks sent four-time 30-goal scorer Bobby Ryan to the Ottawa Senators in exchange for a package centered around up-and-coming forward Jakob Silfverberg.
While Ryan has played well for the Senators in the early going, Silfverberg has shined a bit brighter.
Silfverberg looks to lead the Ducks to a fourth consecutive...
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This is not the same Ranger team we saw last year. If this team got blown out 9-2 last year, they had a fire under them and played a strong follow up game. This time around, the Ducks thoroughly spanked the Rangers, and the Blueshirts didn’t even pretend to play defense. In San Jose, they were playing well up until the four goals in four minutes in the second...