It's a little early for Anaheim to feel like home to Carl Hagelin.
The Ducks winger hasn't been in town for a month yet, and he's staying in a hotel until he gets settled.
"There's no rush for me," Hagelin said. "But when you have the weather like this, you can't really complain."
It was slow for Hagelin on the ice as well. He didn't play his first game until Thursday and scored an empty-net goal in a 3-0 win against Colorado in an exhibition at Honda Center.
Although it was preseason, it represented Hagelin's Ducks debut after he was acquired during the draft in June from the New York Rangers. Coach Bruce Boudreau held out Hagelin for the first...