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In an effort to add a little more veteran punch (and perhaps a boost to the penalty killing) the Ducks have signed right wing Radek Dvorak to a one-year contract. The contract is pro-rated at $675,000.
Dvorak, 36, has been playing in Davos, Switzerland, all year. He is the veteran of 1,191 NHL games with Florida, the New York Rangers, Edmonton, St. Louis, Atlanta and Dallas. He has 219 goals and 577 points.
Dvorak did clear waivers and now he is waiting for his work visa before he can play any games in a Ducks uniform.
"I'm so glad it was Anaheim," said Dvorak, who skated on Monday morning. "It's nice to be back in the NHL, for sure. You always have high expectations and this team has that. They're playing great. I've been watching them. It's been good so hopefully I can fit in and help."
Coach Bruce Boudreau was pleased to add Dvorak to the line up.
"He can still skate," said Boudreau. "He can still play...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Anaheim Ducks have signed right wing Radek Dvorak, giving the 16-year veteran a one-year contract.
The team announced the move after announced after Sunday night's 2-1 loss to Detroit
The right wing has 219 goals in 1,191 career NHL games with Florida, the New York Rangers, Edmonton, St. Louis, Atlanta and Dallas. The 36-year-old right wing played in 73 games with the Stars...
Less than a week ago, the Ducks had a legitimate claim as the NHL's best team.
Now they just want to win a game.
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Dominion, Dominion, Dominion. At this point do I really need to say anything else about my favorite hockey product and the kryptonite to my efforts at restraint when it comes to spending money on cardboard? This bad boy was listed for a short period of time, and by short I mean less than half a day. The moment I saw it sitting there with a surprisingly reasonable Buy-It-Now, I jumped...
(Jeff Gross/Getty Images) Throughout the offseason, rumors of Cherry Hill native Bobby Ryan returning to play for his hometown Philadelphia Flyers were omnipresent. Everything seemed right. Ryan was on the block for most of the season and was unhappy with the management. He even was documented saying ”I dont care, move me” and that “Philadelphia would [...]
(via Sports Illustrated)
Darren Dreger of TSN reported that the Philadelphia Flyers and the Anahiem Ducks are linked in trade talks. Dreger claimed that the Ducks are looking for a center, which could be Sean Couturier.
On Monday night's Trade Centre, Dreger said:
"Keep an eye on Anaheim and the Philadelphia Flyers. Not saying Bobby Ryan is on the trade block, but it...
For the fourth time in two games, the Detroit Red Wings and Anaheim Ducks paused for a fight. This time around, it was Wings enforcer Jordin Tootoo throwing down against the Ducks’ Matt Beleskey.
Off a faceoff in the Ducks’ zone, Beleskey cross-checked Tootoo on the back, then the Wings forward retaliated with a slash and both dropped the gloves. The two pugilists put on an entertaining...
Good news for those who have the NHL Network, bad news for Center Ice and/or GameCenter Live Online subscribers who don't have the NHL Network:
BLACKHAWKS-DUCKS BATTLE FOR WESTERN SUPREMACY HIGHLIGHTS BIG WEEKEND ON NHL NETWORK-U.S.
NEW YORK (March 27, 2013) – The last weekend before the NHL’s April 3 Trade Deadline will be filled with exciting match-ups for viewers...
Nice shorthanded goal by Tommy Wingels to put the Sharks up 4-0 over the Ducks, but watch Corey Perry with a needless shot to Dan Boyle who was following the play.
No penalty on the play but Boyle and Perry did go at it soon after this goal.
After going almost a month without a regulation defeat, the Anaheim Ducks have suffered three in four days.
The visiting Ducks can avoid a fourth straight loss by avenging their latest defeat in Wednesday night's conclusion of a home-and-home set with the San Jose Sharks.
Anaheim (22-6-4) was riding a team-record 13-game home winning steak and 9-0-3 overall stretch, but concluded...
Good things usually keep snowballing into more good things. Bad things have a way of doing the same thing, but in the wrong direction. The Ducks are currently rolling downhill with three losses in a row, their most recent coming at the hands of the San Jose Sharks on Monday night.
As if consecutive losses to the Detroit Red Wings were not enough, Anaheim continued their current...
The Anaheim Ducks are no doubt ready to welcome a new opponent to the Honda Center.
The San Jose Sharks probably can't wait to finish up this road trip.
These Pacific Division rivals begin a home-and-home set Monday night in Anaheim that will complete a season series that has been closely contested.
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Wanting to bounce back from an awful game against the Detroit Red Wings on Friday night, the Ducks gave it a second go on Sunday. The results were better, but still not enough to overcome Jimmy Howard's superb goaltending in the 2-1 loss. It was the first time the Ducks have lost two in a row all season long.
As it was on Friday evening, the Ducks fell behind when Dan...