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Anaheim Ducks vs. Minnesota Wild Recap

The Ducks earned their first win of the season Sunday, beating the Wild at the Honda Center behind a strong performance by goalie Anton Khudobin. Khudobin, who was pulled from his previous game after allowing four goals in 13 minutes, stopped 34 of 35 shots against Minnesota. The Ducks' Cam Fowler and Hampus Lindholm finished with a goal and an assist each, while Rickard Rakell and Mike Santorelli also scored goals. All four players scored for the first time this season. Nino Niederreiter provided the Wild's only highlight with a second period goal. Minnesota lost in regulation for the first time of the season.

Anaheim Ducks vs. Colorado Avalanche Recap

On October 16th, 2015 the Anaheim Ducks hosted the Colorado Avalanche at Honda Center in Anaheim, California in both teams' fourth game of the season. Coming into the night, Ducks' coach Bruce Boudreau scratched several players and replaced them with Chris Wagner and Tim Jackman in hopes of igniting his team's offensive core. The plan did not work to plan, as Avalanche's goaltender Reto Berra had an outstanding night making 35 saves. The Avalanche's scoring began early with the third-year pro Nathan MacKinnon rifling a puck past Andersen less than a minute into the contest. Other notes on the game include the Duck's defenseman Simon Despres leaving the game injured after blocking a shot in his upper body during the second period.

Anaheim Ducks vs. Arizona Coyotes Recap

The Arizona Coyotes traveled to California to play the Anaheim Ducks. The Coyotes remained unbeaten, improving to 3-0 behind the hat trick by Anthony Duclair and the goal tending of Mike Smith. The Coyotes along with Dublair got off to a fast start scoring within the first 4 minutes of the first period. Duclair scored his second goal 6 minutes later giving the Coyotes a 2 goal lead. Max Domi scored to make it 3-0 by the end of the first period. Duclair completed his hat trick in the 2nd period capping off his excellent game and the win for the Coyotes on the road.
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Anaheim Ducks 2014-2015 Schedule, Score, Roster, Rumors, Seating Charts

Anaheim Ducks Schedule in 2014 - 2015

The Ducks start quacking for real when they take to the ice on October 9TH vs. the Pittsburg Penguins on the road. Then they play the Red Wings on the 11th followed by two tough teams on the road back to back on the 13th they face the Sabers followed by the Flyers. They will get there first chance to skate on home ice on the 17th when they face the Wild. Other notable games for which there is watch parties at place called the Titled Kilt will be October 28th when they face the Chicago in January on the 17th there will be one when they play the Kings there will be other fan meet ups but the last one will be held on March 22nd When they ducks play in the big apple to play the rangers. The final home match will be held on April 8th Vs. The starts and the entire regular season finishes on April 11th Vs. the Coyotes.

Anaheim Ducks Roster

A big adjustment this year from the line up is the fact that Teemu Selanne who was a powerful winger, is retired. Mean the team is on edge after there play off fights last year and to bolster the line up they have brought in to play on any end of the ice will be center Rayan Kesler he be in the rotation with Patrick Maroon, at least for the pre season. The rest of line up is Shaping up to have Dany Heatly and Andrew Cogilno on the left wing along with Matt Belesky. As if now Cory Perry and Jakub Silfverberg will be over on the right wing. Silverberg hasn’t played a full season in over a year after he had a wrist injury last fall and didn’t take to the ice again until the play offs. Adding support on the blue line will be Fowler and Lindhol. Also look for help perhaps more so off the ice in the locker room from veteran players Jason LaBarbera.

Anaheim Ducks Fan Experience

The nest for the ducks is located in Anaheim California right near the high way inside the Honda Center. The building was constructed in 1993 and while it has been up graded they do not have the same accessibility to things like elevators and extra stairs as some of the buildings to do to today. You will find the concourse section is very narrow. When you go arrive early because of the traffic in the area Although this sounds negative the building itself is fan and really family friendly. So taking the hike up the marble stairs could be worth it to sit the 17,174 seat arena. Before you leave make sure you grab a slice of Oggi's pizza and that if you get chips to delve into Southern California guacamole. There is also a fair amount of art the most famous hanging up is one called "Defending the Pond". The building is not far at all from Disney Land.

Anaheim Ducks Trivia

The Ducks had a special occurrence happen when in 2009 Andy McDonald had a back to back hat tricks. Very small number have done it and it. On a less sports front the you may have seen the movie Mighty Ducks the Walt Disney company made the movie based on the team because at the time they owned team.

Anaheim Ducks History

The Ducks are relatively new to the NHL started in 1993 by the Walt Disney company and as mentioned due to the movie took the name Mighty Ducks of Anaheim meanwhile that was changed to Anaheim Ducks in 2006. The team was victorious for the cup in 2007 when they beet Detroit for games to 2. Mean while last year they were division champions. They have seen stars skate through such as Marc Chouinard along with Jeff Friesen and Steve Shield. Manny feel the big success was bolstered when Henery Samuel purchased the team back in 2005. When ownership changed so did the colors for the past handful of years the colors of the team is Black, Orange, Metallic Gold, White. Over the years the Ducks have had 8 coaches including the current Head coach Bruce Boudreau who has been in that roll since 2011. Prior to that was the cup coach for the team Randy Carlyle who was head coach from 2006 to 2011.

Anaheim Ducks Fan Info

Remember it is southern California so compared to the Boston or New York its going to be laid back but with the Ducks being in serious contenders for the cup there are a lot of passionate fans who show up to cheer the team on and aren’t afraid to be vocal if the refs blow a call. The throw back jerseys are commonly seen being worn by fans which is the green and purple look. You would think they make duck calls noises but mostly what you hear is “lets go ducks!?”. You have to have some money to attend these games but there is a strong following in the city fans hold meet ups especially for away games at eateries to watch the games.

Anaheim Ducks Rumors

Ryan Ellis could be traded from the team soon he doesn’t really fit is what sources are telling sports writers. There is news out there that if they were to cut Ellis loose that he would suite up for the Predators. The trade is likely to be made for a defensemen. The other though process is that they would hold off to see what the draft could do for them or try to upgrade by making a deal with Nashville also the cap projections serve as an indication that there could be room for Ellis there. Some think maybe Ellis isn’t even strong enough to keep playing and only has a few more years left.