Anaheim Ducks

7th Pacific | 0-2
  • Goals For
    215 GF
  • Goals Against
    188 GA
  • Power Play %
    23.1 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    87.2 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    1023 PIM
  • Ryan Kesler disappointed with lack of excitement at World Cup

    Ryan Kesler disappointed with lack of excitement at World Cup

    Team USA was ousted early in the World Cup of Hockey, but that’s not the only thing Anaheim Ducks forward Ryan Kesler is sour about. Speaking with the O.C. Register, Kesler expressed discontent with the lack of buzz in Toronto for the tournament. The attendance at the World Cup wasn’t what you’d expect from an international tournament hosted in Canada’s biggest hockey market. The NHL seemed fine with the mediocre attendance, but Kesler said he was disappointed with his experience. “If you didn’t know what was going on, you wouldn’t even know teams were playing. That’s the only thing I was really disappointed with.” Attendance certainly wasn’t where it should have been at, so Kesler’s interpretation

  • Wednesday's FTB: Game One Is Game Done
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    Wednesday's FTB: Game One Is Game Done

    Good morning, sportsfans!  Game one of the WCH Final is in the books,, this tournament has been dull since Team NA got eliminated.  Give Europe credit, they played extremely well, and Canada turned in a lackadaisical, sloppy performance for the first two periods.  The home side won anyway, because the first line is still dynamite and even half-assed Canada is good, but the game was a dud. Leafs camp proceeds apace; the next preseason game is tomorrow night, in St. Catharines, against a group of men purporting to be the Buffalo Sabres.  I really, really want the season to start. Your links: ICYMI El Seldo: Maple Leafs Cut 23 From Camp No one surprising yet; this was a bunch of kids going

  • Ex-Avs, Coyotes defenseman Elliott signs in KHL
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    Ex-Avs, Coyotes defenseman Elliott signs in KHL

    Stefan Elliott, the 49th pick in 2009 that appeared in nearly 100 NHL contests, is trying his luck overseas. On Thursday, KHL club AK Bars Kazan announced it had signed Elliott for the upcoming campaign. Once considered a promising blueline prospect, Elliott, 25, split last season between Arizona and Nashville, appearing in 21 games at the big league level. He also spent a fair chunk of time in the American League, scoring 19 points in 35 games. Originally drafted by Colorado, Elliott played 63 contests for the Avs over the course of four years. He was never able to break through and become a regular on defense, this despite having a pretty good rookie campaign in ’11-12 under then-head coach