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Ex-Canuck Garrison refuses to pin blame on Torts

The Vancouver Canucks are putting a lot of faith in head coach Willie Desjardins to return the team to the playoffs after a disastrous 2013-14 under since-fired John Tortorella. 288 more words

Vancouver Canucks

Hitch says Stastny 'really fits' the Blues

For the St. Louis Blues, signing Paul Stastny was all “about understanding the landscape of the West,” according to head coach Ken Hitchcock.

“The landscape of the West is there are at least eight or 10 teams that are extremely deep and it’s about having enough firepower in your lineup to control the puck,” Hitchcock… 217 more words

Los Angeles Kings

Anaheim is set for success for years to come

By Brianna Conforti

Thanks to the award-winning 2014 NHL GM of the year, Bob Murray, many positive changes have been sought out and executed to ensure the success of the Ducks franchise for years to come. 592 more words


Ducks Strength Down The Middle

By Jeremy Wooldridge

Looking back at the 2013-2014 season, the second round series vs. Los Angeles in particular, it was crystal clear that the Anaheim Ducks had a glaring weakness; strength down the middle. 1,465 more words


Ducks N Pucks Podcast Is Here!

By Michael Walters

Since starting DucksNPucks.com I didn’t really know if this website would be successful or not. I have been happily surprised at the growing number of viewers. 178 more words


Welcome to the Wild Wild West

By Tyler Tennell

Anaheim finished last season winning the West, the Pacific, and knocking out the Dallas Stars in the first round of the playoffs. But after a tough series with the rival Los Angeles Kings, the Ducks were eventually ousted in the seventh game. 1,729 more words


California Dreaming

By: Kyle Browne

Tuesday, 07.08.2014/ 11:30 / Nexus International Sports

West Milford –NJ- The NHL has seen a shift in the balance of power from the Eastern Conference to the Western Conference. 779 more words