Anaheim Ducks

1st Pacific | 0-0
  • Goals For
    215 GF
  • Goals Against
    188 GA
  • Power Play %
    23.1 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    87.2 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    1023 PIM
  • Looking to make the leap: Matthew Tkachuk
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    Looking to make the leap: Matthew Tkachuk

    This is part of Calgary Flames day at PHT… Even though the 2015-16 season was a disappointing one for the Calgary Flames, they still have a great young core of young forward talent. They added to that group at the 2016 NHL draft when they selected Matthew Tkachuk with the No. 6 overall pick, immediately making him one of the team’s top prospects. The 18-year-old forward is coming off of a monster season for the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League that saw him score 30 goals and add 77 assists in only 57 games. When you combine his skill, size and strength he has the potential to add a power forward dimension to the Flames lineup that none of their young forwards currently possess. That

  • Avalanche’s new head coach Bednar is at least saying the right things
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    Avalanche’s new head coach Bednar is at least saying the right things

    Look, there are exceptions, but new head coach press conferences feature the same basic terms and buzzwords. After witnessing the high-octane Pittsburgh Penguins skate opponents ragged on their way to the 2016 Stanley Cup, any reasonable coach would throw “speed” into their phrasing. Still, the Colorado Avalanche have been so deeply buried by even the most basic of modern measurements that you had to wonder: would they learn from Patrick Roy’s struggles? Can someone come in and at least attempt to keep up with the pack? We won’t know for sure anytime soon, but hey, at least Jared Bednar seems to be saying the right things as he transitions from the AHL to the Avalanche’s head coaching gig. When

  • It’s Montreal Canadiens day at PHT
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    It’s Montreal Canadiens day at PHT

    An injury to Carey Price essentially meant the beginning of the end to the 2015-16 season for the Montreal Canadiens. With their No. 1 goalie, their most valuable player, out of the lineup, the Canadiens tumbled down the standings and missed the playoffs. The fan base in Montreal would feel even more frustration in the summer as general manager Marc Bergevin suddenly sent fan-favorite and right-shooting defenseman P.K. Subban to the Nashville Predators for right-shooting defenseman Shea Weber in an absolute blockbuster deal. Weber is four years older than Subban and under contract until 2026. Subban’s deal expires in 2022. Subban feels closer to winning a Stanley Cup in Nashville than he did