Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images This means there won’t be an NHL work stoppage for 14 years! The NHL and NHL Players’ Association have tentative agreements in place to extend the CBA through 2025-26, and resuming the 2019-20 season.
The Ducks added a second minor league team to their stable. The Anaheim Ducks will have another option to help develop their players. The team announced it has signed a multi-year agreement with the ECHL’s Tulsa Oilers.
While the 2020 NHL Draft may be months away, that gives us plenty of time to discuss and speculate about some of the players who could be selected. Today, we will take a deeper into the 2020 goaltenders class to see what talent is available.
Photo by Debora Robinson/NHLI via Getty Images If general manager Bob Murray is around, he will have to make some decisions. The NHL will be adding a 32nd franchise for the 2021-22 season when Seattle makes its debut.
Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images The experts are weighing in now that we know where the Ducks will be picking. There are three things that are sure in life: Death, taxes, and the Anaheim Ducks not winning the NHL Draft Lottery.
The NHL salary cap rising within the next three seasons doesn't sound so promising amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the league and players' association are working to get a deal done that would extend the current CBA.
The Anaheim Ducks’ two appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals were incredible moments. Many goals were scored, but these are among the best. The way the 2019-20 season ended for the Anaheim Ducks was very abrupt.
Ducks’ owners Henry and Susan Samueli are powering a new entertainment complex around the arena. When Anaheim Ducks’ owners Henry and Susan Samueli pledged the team’s commitment to the area for up to 50 years, they made an agreement to gain control of the 115 acres surrounding the Honda Center.
While 24 teams are preparing for the new NHL playoff format, the Anaheim Ducks are one of seven teams whose focus is on the 2020 NHL Draft Lottery. Like the playoffs, the lottery has been reworked for this year.
The Anaheim Ducks are one of seven teams whose seasons have officially ended, and as of now, we have no idea when we’ll see them hit the ice next. Although we won’t be able to watch them play, there is one thing we can do — speculate about who the Ducks will select at the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.
Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images The Athletic’s Corey Pronman and Eric Stephens broke down how the lottery will impact the future of the Ducks. After missing the NHL playoffs for the second-straight year, this will be a big offseason for the Anaheim Ducks.
Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images The financial impact of the pandemic is still wreaking havoc. With the Anaheim Ducks not playing a game since March 11 due to the coronavirus shutdown, the team is cutting salaries of full-time employees.
It’s been over three months since we last watched hockey, and we still have to wait until the season returns. However, there is one thing we can do — speculate about who the Anaheim Ducks will select at the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.
Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images The Hockey News’ Matt Larkin did a Ducks post-mortem and broke down what went wrong the team. The Anaheim Ducks missed the NHL playoffs for the second year in a row, finishing 13th in the Western Conference in back-to-back seasons.
Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Anaheim goes into the lottery with the fifth-best odds to get the No. 1 pick. Even though the Anaheim Ducks aren’t a part of the NHL’s 24-team Return to Play plan, it is still an exciting time to be a fan of the team.
Photo by Paul Bersebach/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images Murray spoke to Sportsnet and said he left Eakins, “out to dry.” With a young, and rebuilding team, Anaheim Ducks’ general manager Bob Murray needs to make sure the culture around the organization is one that will foster growth.