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Maple Leafs acquire goaltender Frederik Andersen from Ducks, signs five-year extension

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Maple Leafs acquire goaltender Frederik Andersen from Ducks, signs five-year extension

The Maple Leafs have acquired goaltender Frederik Andersen from Anaheim. #TMLtalk DETAILS: https://t.co/5IQkDXFz3Upic.twitter.com/GyMTELS00u — Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) June 20, 2016 By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) Less than a week before the 2016 NHL Draft, the Toronto Maple Leafs wasted no time in getting what they wanted. The team acquired goaltender Frederik Andersen from the Anaheim Ducks […]

How the Ducks can turn it around

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How the Ducks can turn it around

The Ducks find themselves in an 0-2 hole in their first round series against the Nashville Predators, but all is not lost. The Ducks can turn things around. The Ducks have never rebounded to win a series after losing the first two games, but two years ago they fell behind 0-2 to Los Angeles and […]

Ducks-Predators: Series preview

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Ducks-Predators: Series preview

Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports On Friday night, the Ducks and Predators will start the final first round series of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This will be the second meeting in the postseason between the two teams, as Nashville won its first ever playoff series back in 2011 in six games over the Ducks. In the […]

Quack Attack is Back: Recapping Anaheim’s 11 game winning streak

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Quack Attack is Back: Recapping Anaheim’s 11 game winning streak

By Thomas Eli (@ThomasEli) On Monday night, Anaheim’s franchise record 11 game winning streak came to an end at the hands of the Washington Capitals. Given where this franchise was through the first couple of months this season, Anaheim’s turnaround has been nothing short of dramatic. The Ducks have now gotten points in 14 straight […]

Ducks at the World Cup

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Ducks at the World Cup

Preliminary 16 man rosters were named today for the upcoming World Cup of Hockey, set to take place in about 200 days. The Ducks had five players named, and none of them were huge surprises. The bigger story for Anaheim could be the players who were left off the rosters and still have a chance […]

Ducks make several moves at the deadline

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Ducks make several moves at the deadline

A slow trade deadline day saw the Ducks make several moves as Anaheim attempted to gear up for the playoffs, clear a bit of cap room for this summer, and improve San Diego’s roster. Unsurprisingly, the Ducks upgraded their forward group and left their defense intact. First, they traded a 2016 sixth round draft pick […]

Players who the Ducks could target at the deadline

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Players who the Ducks could target at the deadline

Now that I’ve gone over the roster players Anaheim would consider trading, it’s time to look at who the Ducks might try and acquire by the deadline. I won’t be listing any trade proposals, but instead focusing on some of the big names who could be available before the deadline and say if I think […]

Anaheim Ducks: Goalies who could be moved

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Anaheim Ducks: Goalies who could be moved

Now that I’ve gone over which Anaheim skaters might be traded by the deadline, it’s time to turn our attention to the goaltenders. The Ducks currently have five goaltenders under contract: John Gibson, Frederik Andersen, Anton Khudobin, Dustin Tokarski, and Matt Hackett. The Ducks also have Garrett Metcalf in their farm system, but he is […]

Recapping the Ducks’ monster trip

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Recapping the Ducks’ monster trip

On Thursday night, the Anaheim Ducks wrapped up their season long seven game road trip in Vancouver with a 5-2 victory. The Ducks went 5-1-1 on the trip, capturing 11 out of a possible 14 points. Before this road trip began, the Ducks had already begun their ascent up the NHL standings and were sitting […]

Anaheim Ducks: Defensemen who could be moved

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Anaheim Ducks: Defensemen who could be moved

Now that I’ve gone over the forwards, it’s time to turn my attention to Anaheim’s defense and who could be available in the next week and a half. All season long, the Ducks’ strength has been their defense. They’ve done a very good job of keeping shots down, scoring chances down, and shutting down some […]

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