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The Anaheim Ducks recalled center Nick Bonino from Syracuse of the AHL on Monday.
The club also optioned left wing Jean-Francois Jacques down to Syracuse.
Bonino, who appeared in 35 games with the Ducks in recent campaigns, had 11 points in nine AHL games this season.
Jacques has bounced back and forth between Anaheim and the AHL the past few weeks.
The Ducks have struggled of late, dropping five of six games.
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The struggling Anaheim Ducks have recalled center Nick Bonino from their AHL affiliate in Syracuse.
The Ducks also optioned left wing Jean-Francois Jacques back to Syracuse on Monday.
Bonino has 11 points in nine games with Syracuse this season. He has played in 35 games with the Ducks in previous seasons.
Jacques has been sent up and down from Syracuse for the past two weeks...
In recent years, defensemen have been making quicker jumps to the NHL than in the past. Anaheim Ducks blue-liner Cam Fowler is one of them. Despite the current numbers, the Fowler hasn’t missed a beat in his sophomore campaign thus far.Fowler has two assists and a minus-3 rating through 11 games. On the surface, those numbers don’t impress. After his 40-point output last...
Anaheim Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin's hit on Mike Fisher in Saturday's game will be reviewed by the NHL, the Orange County Register reported.
In the first period of Anaheim's 3-0 loss to Nashville, Beauchemin knocked down Mike Fisher near center ice and was penalized for an illegal check to the head. Fisher suffered an upper body injury.
Fisher was playing...
from Eric Stephens of Ducks Blog, The Ducks’ offensive numbers are downright frightening and have been through the first month of the season. Those scoring issues were masked by a promising 4-1 start but are now coming into full view in their stretch of five losses in the past six games.
How is it that a team with perhaps the best line in hockey and the kind of other natural...
The Ducks have recalled center Nick Bonino from the Syracuse Crunch, Anaheim’s primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL). In addition, the Ducks have reassigned left wing Jean-Francois Jacques to Syracuse.
The Western Hockey League has named forward Emerson Etem, of the Medicine Hat Tigers, has been named the HUSKY WHL Player of the Month for September/October.
The 19 year-old forward has had an incredible to start to the season recording ...
In town to play the Capitals, the Anaheim Ducks stop by The Art of Shaving to kickoff Movember, a mustache campaign to raise awareness for men's health issues. Photo Credit: Getty Images
Tomorrow is Halloween, but the Ducks got an early trick from the Columbus Blue Jackets, who handed Anaheim their second loss in a row on the road. The Blue Jackets, on the other hand, got a real treat in what was their second win of the season, a 3-1 victory. You just knew that a team that was 1-9-1 on the season was going to be trouble for Anaheim. After all, Anaheim once...
Washington Capitals (7-2-0) vs. Anaheim Ducks (5-5-1) Location: Verizon CenterTime: 7:30 PMTV: Local: Comcast SportsNet (HD) (Game On!), Versus: VS (HD)Familiar Faces of Former Caps: Andrew GordonOur Bloguin Partner: On the Duck Pond
The Washington Capitals return home empty-handed after a two-game Western Canadian road swing. After winning the first 7 games of...
WASHINGTON, DC — The frustration was palpable for the Anaheim Ducks, from Teemu Selanne hurling a water bottle in disgust at a large metal door near the locker rooms to coach Randy Carlyle's discontented tone in the postgame interviews.
"We had played so well earlier in the game. And then basically started to self destruct," said Carlyle, who watched his team squander...
No. 1 Star: Teemu Selanne, Anaheim Ducks
Teemu Selanne was incredible, scoring twice and picking up assists on two more. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough, as the Anaheim Ducks fell apart and fell to the Washington Capitals 5-4 in overtime (after Wysh hexed Jonas Hiller with tweets of praise). Selanne now has 14 points in 12 games, good for fifth in the league in scoring. As...
With the fate of their coach and general manager potentially hanging in the balance, the Columbus Blue Jackets were fighting with their backs against the wall on Sunday night against the Anaheim Ducks.
So after Bobby Ryan answered Rick Nash's goal to tie the game in the first period, feisty Derek Dorsett got his team and the crowd going with this spirited bout against Sheldon...
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Anaheim Ducks
RECORDS - CBJ: 1-9-1 (Home:1-4-1), ANA: 5-4-1 (Road: 2-2-1)
WHEN: Oct. 30, 2011 - 6:30 p.m. | WHERE: Na...
The Columbus Blue Jackets are still searching for a way to put teams away late, something the Anaheim Ducks never got a chance to do in their most recent outing.