We’re back with a prospect update — what a week it was for some of the Anaheim Ducks’ prospects! It’s time to recap and analyze their performances. Welcome back to our series updating you on some of the Ducks’ top prospects and picks from the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.
Only four games into the 2021 season and the team at Pucks of a Feather is just about devoid of any optimism for the Anaheim Ducks. In fact, the report from Pierre LeBrun saying that the Ducks are one of the 12 teams in on the Pierre-Luc Dubois sweepstakes was the best news we’ve had […] Anaheim Ducks: Will the veterans prove themselves?
After stating the 2020-21 season on the road, the Anaheim Ducks finally made their way back to Orange County to open things up at Honda Center. The undefeated Minnesota Wild came to town, looking to add another two points to their season.
With the sounding of the horn inside T-Mobile Arena, the Anaheim Ducks have concluded their first series of the 2020-21 NHL season. The 56-game sprint will involve plenty more two-game series, and, thanks to a shortened training camp and no preseason, there are plenty of things to take away after just two games.
The 2020-21 season is officially underway, with the Anaheim Ducks having played their first game on Thursday against the Vegas Golden Knights. Capping off this two-game series before heading home, the Ducks are hoping to redeem themselves after a 5-2 loss on opening night.
Plus arena rankings and more in today’s news and notes. Ben Hutton has earned a contract with the Anaheim Ducks. Just a few days ago, the team signed the left-handed shot defender to a Professional Try-Out agreement.
Anaheim’s kid line had a big night in a Ducks loss. The Anaheim Ducks probably could’ve used a preseason. A tight turnaround to make the 2021 NHL season happen meant trimming down the schedule as much as possible.
Plus the NWHL’s bubble schedule, Ottawa’s weird headshots and more in today’s news and notes. The Anaheim Ducks starting Trevor Zegras in the AHL may have saved the 19-year-old from facing Ryan Reaves this weekend, but could he have been in talks for rookie of the year if he hadn’t?
Trevor Zegras was confident that Team Canada hadn’t been tested coming into the Gold Medal game at the WJC. It turns out, he was right. “You could tell they hadn’t seen that kind of ground game from any other team in the tournament,” he said after the win.
Understanding that the player has all the control when it comes to a trade out of Anaheim, hockey scribe Jimmy Murphy of Florida Hockey Now is reporting that the Anaheim Ducks might be tempted to move one of their biggest names in veteran center Ryan Getzlaf.