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  • Ducks get defenseman James Wisniewski in one of four deadline deals

    Ducks get defenseman James Wisniewski in one of four deadline deals
    General Manager Bob Murray completed a flurry of four NHL trade-deadline deals Monday to upgrade the Ducks' blue line. The major "get" was defenseman James Wisniewski, 31, a former Duck (2008-10) who is expected to provide power-play points and...
  • Ducks trade Devante Smith-Pelly to Montreal Canadiens for Jiri Sekac

    Ducks trade Devante Smith-Pelly to Montreal Canadiens for Jiri Sekac
    It’s a tricky balance for Ducks General Manager Bob Murray. He is trying to maneuver his first-place team toward a Stanley Cup as Monday’s trade deadline approaches but doesn’t want to discard key future players. Murray pulled the...
  • Ilya Bryzgalov clears waivers; Ducks summon Jason LaBarbera

    Ilya Bryzgalov clears waivers; Ducks summon Jason LaBarbera
    Veteran goalie Ilya Bryzgalov cleared waivers Monday morning, and he’ll discuss his future with the Ducks in a meeting with General Manager Bob Murray later in the day, the team announced. Bryzgalov, 34, was waived Sunday morning after going 1-4-1...
  • NHL probing Ducks' holiday practice arranged by Ryan Getzlaf

    NHL probing Ducks' holiday practice arranged by Ryan Getzlaf
    The NHL is investigating circumstances of a Ducks practice held Friday during the league's mandated three-day holiday period, the team confirmed Monday. General Manager Bob Murray said the practice was arranged by team captain Ryan Getzlaf without any...
  • What we learned from Ducks' 4-1 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks

    The Ducks tried and failed Friday to beat the Chicago Blackhawks with a defense consisting of three rookies, two second-year players and no one older than 24. The results were predictable, a 4-1 loss with 38 shots fired at goalie Frederik Andersen....
  • Chris Chelios is an open book ... he just can't act

    Chris Chelios is an open book ... he just can't act
    Coming back to Chicago as a player, Chris Chelios was a hated man. Once saying he would never play for Detroit, he did the unthinkable and put on a Red Wings sweater late in his career. He also currently works in the Wings' front office. Now Chelios has...
  • Former Ducks center Saku Koivu sells Irvine home for $6 million

    Former Ducks center Saku Koivu sells Irvine home for $6 million
      Saku Koivu, the longtime Montreal Canadiens and Anaheim Ducks center who retired in September, has sold his home in Irvine for $6 million. The Tuscan-style residence, built in 2008, features a fossilized stone and reclaimed brick exterior with...
  • Ducks, a 2-1 winner over Wild, hoping to raise game

    Ducks, a 2-1 winner over Wild, hoping to raise game
    If you didn't think to look for it or didn't happen to glance up at the green-girdered roof Friday while the Ducks were opening their home schedule with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over the Minnesota Wild, it would have been easy to miss the new banner...
  • Meet the Hawks' Cup roadblocks

    Meet the Hawks' Cup roadblocks
    As talented as the Blackhawks are, picking a favorite to win the Stanley Cup this season is like predicting who will start for the Bears secondary week to week. If the Hawks are going to win the title, they'll likely have to go through more than one of...
  • Clayton Stoner, Nate Thompson could be big-game players for Ducks

    The serenity of nature, the magnificence of untouched land and the peaceful quiet lure Clayton Stoner and Nate Thompson to the mountains of British Columbia and streams of Minnesota each summer. "It's about self-confidence, being out in the wilderness,...
  • Ben Lovejoy has been a great fit with Ducks

    Branded as a sixth or seventh defenseman by the Pittsburgh Penguins and unsure if he could rise above that ceiling, Ben Lovejoy wondered if his hockey career had stalled before it had really begun. "I would have gone to Antarctica for a fresh start," he...