Patrick Eaves

Patrick Eaves

Height/Weight: 5' 11"/203 lbs
Born: Calgary, Canada
Draft: 2003 1st round (29th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Killeen Daily Herald

    Coyotes bring 5-game losing streak into matchup against the Stars

    Dallas Stars (40-20-14, second in the Central Division) vs. Arizona Coyotes (27-35-13, seventh in the Central Division) Tempe, Arizona; Friday, 10:30 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: The Arizona Coyotes play the Dallas Stars after losing five games in a row. Arizona has a 27-35-13 record overall and a 9-10-6 record in Central Division games. The Coyotes have committed 338 total penalties (4.5 per game) to rank third in the league. Dallas has a 40-20-14 record overall and a 14-3-4 record in Central Division play. The Stars have conceded 202 goals while scoring 252 for a +50 scoring differential. Friday's game is the fourth time these teams match up this season. The Stars won the previous matchup 7-2. TOP

  • Silicon Valley News

    Kraken contend for playoff berth with Ducks up next

    The Seattle Kraken can see the finish line in their bid to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs in just their second year of existence. The Anaheim Ducks are one of the teams that stand in their path, and the Kraken will try to bump them aside when they meet on Thursday night in Seattle. The Kraken (40-25-8, 88 points) hold the first wild-card spot in the Western Conference with nine games remaining. Seattle is seven points out of third place in the Pacific Division and owns a three-point edge on the Winnipeg Jets, who hold the second wild card by two points over the Calgary Flames.

  • Daily Breeze

    Troy Terry rejoins Ducks at practice, won't be going on 3-game trip

    Ducks forward Troy Terry will be missing the next three road games – including two of them in Canada – because of the possibility of an early birth. Terry and his wife Dani are expecting their first child and the original due date had been in May. “I'll be staying here just skating,” Terry said on Wednesday. Terry, the Ducks' second-leading scorer with 56 points (21 goals, 35 assists) in 66 games, rejoined the team at practice at Great Park Ice.