Found January 20, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
from Mark Whicker of the OC Register, Just as soon as the truck was about to be backed up, the Ducks started driving. And among fans and club insiders, the reaction to this 6-0-1 spurt is suspicion, as if the carpenter you just hired has two missing fingers. Reactions to the Ducks run the gamut from “Why now?” to “Where have you been?” to “Who are you?” That final question stares at general manager Bob Murray with 38 days to the trade deadline, and with Ottawa, a team that sports a Norris Trophy contender (Erik Karlsson) and a Jack Adams candidate (ex-Ducks assistant coach Paul MacLean), arriving Saturday afternoon. “It’s a much better brand of hockey,” Murray said, hours before the Ducks dismissed Phoenix Wednesday and climbed to 9-9-3 with Bruce Boudreau coaching. “But it’s only been for a short time. All summer long you worry about things. What’s the effect of Corey (Perry) winning the Hart Trophy? Will Cam (Fowler) have a sophomore jinx? Will Jonas (Hiller) come back? And ever

No Penalty, He’s A Diver

from Allen Panzeri of Senators Extra, However, MacLean was incensed that the Ducks’ Ryan Getzlaf wasn’t penalized when he tripped Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson in the closing minutes and that referee Dan ORourke explained he wasn’t making the call because Karlsson was a diver. “The referee informed us that (Karlsson) was a diver,” MacLean said. “We were a little...

Senators lose to Ducks on Karlsson's own goal

Jonas Hiller made 31 saves, Corey Perry scored, and Lubomir Visnovsky was credited with a goal that Ottawa's Erik Karlsson knocked into his own net during the Anaheim Ducks' 2-1 victory over the Senators on Saturday.

Saturday’s Three Stars: Lee Stempniak somehow tallies hat trick; gaffes from Karlsson, Crawford

Not sure what's better about Don Cherry's ensemble: The frilly, foppish neckwear or the mosquito trapped in amber on his shoulder. (via NYR34) No. 1 Star: Lee Stempniak, Calgary Flames Stempniak's second career hat trick (in 505 career games) came at the expense of the Edmonton Oilers, as he scored a goal in each period and added an assist on a Mikael Backlund...
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