Found April 19, 2013 on
The Anaheim Ducks have called goalie Igor Bobkov up from the Norfolk Admiral under emergency conditions. It looks like either Jonas Hiller or Viktor Fasth may be too ill or injured to go tonight in Calgary.
It looks like Hiller will get the start and Fasth is the one sitting out. Both Hiller and Fasth participated in the morning skate. If Fasth can't go tonight than Bobkov will take his spot o...
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The Flames won last night 3-1 against the Anaheim Ducks in their last game at the Saddledome of the season.
The game potentially marked Kiprusoff last game at home and it was good to see the Flames win in front of fans and their franchise goaltender. He made 32 saves last night and earned 1st star of the game. After the game he saluted the crowd...
Having already secured a playoff birth, the Anaheim Ducks are taking an in-season break from scoring goals and winning games - or so it seems.
Anaheim lost 3-2 in overtime to a noticeably hungrier Columbus Blue Jackets team on Wednesday night. The loss kept the Ducks from inching closer to a Pacific Division title and allowed the Chicago Blackhawks to clinch the No. 1 overall...
The season started off so well for Anaheim. With only four more games left before the playoffs begin, the Ducks seem to be headed in the wrong direction.
A 3-1 loss to Calgary was their fourth in a row. They needed five points to secure the Pacific Division title and all they could muster in the past week was a single point against Columbus on Wednesday. The 3-2 overtime...
The Anaheim Ducks have clinched a playoff berth, but getting back on track offensively would make their quest for a division title a whole lot easier.
Anaheim will try to move closer to the second Pacific Division crown in franchise history and sweep the Calgary Flames on Friday night in Alberta.
The Ducks have gone 8-1-1 in the last 10 meetings in this series.
While the Ducks...
Win or lose the rest of the way, the Anaheim Ducks know they will be part of the postseason. Lately, though, they haven't looked like they belong there.
Anaheim will try to avoid a season-high fifth straight defeat Sunday night when they play the first of back-to-back road games against the Edmonton Oilers, who have lost nine straight at home in this series.