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  • Ducks' woes continue, lose to Toronto, 3-1

    Ducks' woes continue, lose to Toronto, 3-1
    Shots aren't going in. There's great frustration with the power-play failures. The Western Conference lead has slipped away. And their old coach beat them. The Ducks are sitting squarely in what Coach Bruce Boudreau classified Monday as a funk after...
  • Randy Carlyle comes to terms with his success and failure with Ducks

    Randy Carlyle comes to terms with his success and failure with Ducks
    It wasn't the shiny glass and steel of Honda Center that made Randy Carlyle feel nostalgic Monday. Nor was it conducting the Toronto Maple Leafs' morning skate beneath the Stanley Cup banner he helped the Ducks win in 2007. The sight of two people,...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Robert Luongo restarts in Florida

    NHL pluses and minuses: Robert Luongo restarts in Florida
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the last week: + In his first start for Florida after being traded by the Vancouver Canucks, goaltender Roberto Luongo stopped 25 shots for the Panthers' first regular-season...
  • Publication ranks Ducks No. 1 in player development

    Publication ranks Ducks No. 1 in player development
    The Ducks’ future is as encouraging as its present, according to a ranking of NHL prospects. Anaheim was ranked No. 1 in The Hockey News’ Future Watch 2014, a grading of prospects and player development. The Ducks are currently in second...
  • Defense charged with returning Ducks to Western Conference lead

    Defense charged with returning Ducks to Western Conference lead
    The reputation that precedes the Ducks is their offense, as the team has the third most goals in the NHL. But it also ranks fifth in the league in team defense, allowing 2.36 goals a game. The unit was further lifted by Friday’s performance...
  • Ducks' Bruce Boudreau looks at the positive after consecutive losses

    Ducks' Bruce Boudreau looks at the positive after consecutive losses
    The entertainment value of an NHL shootout quickly loses its thrill after consecutive losses. Still, Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau won't get pulled into the debate of whether a skills competition — his sport's equivalent of a free-throw contest,...
  • Kings' Jeff Carter can relate to new guy Marian Gaborik

    Kings' Jeff Carter can relate to new guy Marian Gaborik
    WINNIPEG, Canada -- Kings forward Jeff Carter was once the new kid in town, attempting to fit in with a tight group late in the term. Big transitions, in life and work, aren't always seamless. And so, Carter fully sympathized with new teammate, winger...
  • Ducks come up short in shootout with Penguins

    Ducks come up short in shootout with Penguins
    The Ducks, who have the NHL's best record, were eager Friday to see how they matched up against the East-leading Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins seemed less concerned about measuring themselves against anybody than about rebounding from an ugly loss...
  • Ducks put differences aside, welcome Stephane Robidas

    Ducks put differences aside, welcome Stephane Robidas
      When Corey Perry extended his hand to Stephane Robidas on Thursday, for once it wasn't in anger. The combative players have gotten under each other's skin frequently over the years, but they put their hostilities aside when the Ducks acquired...
  • Olympic women's goalie Shannon Szabados practices with Edmonton Oilers

    Olympic women's goalie Shannon Szabados practices with Edmonton Oilers
    The Edmonton Oilers were in a quandary Wednesday. They had traded backup goalie Ilya Bryzgalov to Minnesota and newly acquired goalie Viktor Fasth had yet to arrive from the Ducks. That left them with just one goalie, Ben Scrivens, for practice. Unless...
  • Ducks acquire Stephane Robidas, trade away Dustin Penner, Viktor Fasth

    Ducks acquire Stephane Robidas, trade away Dustin Penner, Viktor Fasth
    The Ducks did not remain satisfied with possessing the NHL’s best record in the first week of March, trading forward Dustin Penner and goalie Viktor Fasth on Tuesday in exchange for veteran Dallas defenseman Stephane Robidas and a pair of draft ...