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  • Ducks know they have to step up their game against Flames

    Ducks know they have to step up their game against Flames
    CALGARY, Canada — Two weeks removed from a lopsided beat-down against a team all but out of the playoff running, the Ducks returned to the Saddledome on Tuesday and practiced for more than an hour in anticipation of the rematch. "We practice...
  • Ducks suffer steep fall from first but remain calm

    Ducks suffer steep fall from first but remain calm
    SAN JOSE -- Corey Perry saw an official’s key call go against him, watched the San Jose Sharks celebrate their first lead in the Pacific Division since Dec. 5 and witnessed the official collapse of what on Jan. 15 was a 13-point division lead....
  • Sharks knock Ducks off top with 3-2 victory

    Sharks knock Ducks off top with 3-2 victory
    SAN JOSE — The opportunity to seize the Pacific Division lead slipped away from the Ducks on Thursday, when a criticized official's whistle and third-period breakdowns left them instead beaten by the San Jose Sharks, 3-2, at SAP Pavilion. With one...
  • Nothing special for Ducks in 3-2 loss to Capitals

    Nothing special for Ducks in 3-2 loss to Capitals
    As if leaving NHL goals leader Alex Ovechkin open to unleash the game-winning goal weren't enough Tuesday, even the end of the Ducks' power-play skid wasn't the end. “I'm disappointed in our specialty teams. It's been our Achilles' heel all year,&...
  • Ducks turn up the intensity in 2-1 win over Kings

    Ducks turn up the intensity in 2-1 win over Kings
    There were distinct flickers of playoff-like hate, here and there Saturday night at Staples Center. You had Kings forward Jeff Carter and Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin snapping and taking jabs at each other behind the play in the first period...
  • Ducks have the Avalanche in 6-4 win

    Ducks have the Avalanche in 6-4 win
    DENVER -- Five months ago, the Ducks used their bitterness over a one-sided loss here to ignite a 15-2-1 streak. Friday night, their future clouded again, they unleashed a team-record six-goal second period — three coming in one minute 53...
  • Teemu Selanne on Ducks' first line in team's hour of need

    Teemu Selanne on Ducks' first line in team's hour of need
    DENVER -- Teemu Selanne will join the Ducks’ first line as left wing alongside stars Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry on Friday night in one of the team’s most telling games of the season against the Colorado Avalanche. After getting drubbed 7-...
  • Ducks will try to maintain momentum after Olympic break

    Ducks will try to maintain momentum after Olympic break
    NASHVILLE — By making their final impression before the Winter Olympics break another case of imposing their will at crunch time, the Ducks have nearly three weeks to savor their labor. "That was us," Ducks forward Corey Perry said of the three-...
  • 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...
  • Home isn't safe for Russia's hockey team

    Home isn't safe for Russia's hockey team
    SOCHI, Russia — The Sochi Olympics will continue without the Russian hockey team, which was stifled by Finland in a 3-1 quarterfinal loss Wednesday at the Bolshoy Ice Dome. Russia's elimination probably will dampen the Olympic passion of fans who...
  • Sochi Olympics: Russian hockey dream fizzles in loss to Finland

    Sochi Olympics: Russian hockey dream fizzles in loss to Finland
    SOCHI, Russia -- Before the Olympic hockey tournament began, Russian superstar Alexander Ovechkin joked that if his country were to prevail at the sport it once dominated internationally, “it means gold only costs $50 billion,” the price tag...