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  • Ducks' woes continue, lose to Toronto, 3-1

    Shots aren't going in. There's great frustration with the power-play failures. The Western Conference lead has slipped away. And their old coach beat them. The Ducks are sitting squarely in what Coach Bruce Boudreau classified Monday as a funk after...
  • Corey Perry knows the Ducks' trip is important

    Corey Perry knows the Ducks' trip is important
    CALGARY, Canada — Corey Perry has won a Stanley Cup and understands the pivotal points of a season better than most. Wednesday night at the Saddledome against the Calgary Flames is such a moment for the Ducks. "This is the biggest road trip of...
  • 'Unexplainable' rout by Flames alarms Ducks

    CALGARY, Canada — When most everything else failed Wednesday night in the Ducks' worst meltdown loss of the season, a bare assessment of the situation was pure perfection. “Every guy in the room should be completely embarrassed of how they...
  • Ducks work hard to put debacle at Calgary behind them

    DENVER — The worst game the Ducks played this season before Wednesday was here in their opener, a 6-1 loss capped by Colorado Avalanche rookie Coach Patrick Roy threatening to break through a glass partition to fight Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau....
  • Teemu Selanne on Ducks' first line in team's hour of need

    DENVER -- Teemu Selanne will join the Ducks’ first line as left wing alongside stars Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry on Friday night in one of the team’s most telling games of the season against the Colorado Avalanche. After getting drubbed 7-...
  • Ducks have the Avalanche in 6-4 win

    DENVER -- Five months ago, the Ducks used their bitterness over a one-sided loss here to ignite a 15-2-1 streak. Friday night, their future clouded again, they unleashed a team-record six-goal second period — three coming in one minute 53...
  • Ducks' Bob Murray is touched by award from fellow general managers

    Ducks' Bob Murray is touched by award from fellow general managers
    Ducks front-office executive Bob Murray, not relishing the spotlight, survived the moment and his speech after being named the NHL’s general manager of the year. Soon after, he received kudos from a crosstown rival and peer, Kings General...
  • Maybe the Kings, who win third in a row, needed that Olympic break

    CALGARY, Canada -- Given the way the Kings stumbled into the NHL's Olympic break — with the league's worst record over the final 10 games — it was clear they had to set a different tone coming of out of it. And it took them less than 24...
  • Ducks get some lucky bounces in 5-2 victory over Nashville

    NASHVILLE¬†— Corey Perry days earlier said one of the factors bedeviling the Ducks during their 10-game rut was that the puck wasn't bouncing the team's way. That changed Saturday night, as two Ducks' passes were deflected off Nashville players...
  • Ducks will try to maintain momentum after Olympic break

    NASHVILLE — By making their final impression before the Winter Olympics break another case of imposing their will at crunch time, the Ducks have nearly three weeks to savor their labor. "That was us," Ducks forward Corey Perry said of the three-...
  • Rookie goaltender John Gibson leads Ducks to 2-0 win over Kings

    Rookie goaltender John Gibson leads Ducks to 2-0 win over Kings
    John Gibson made his Stanley Cup playoff debut a memorable one. The Ducks’ 20-year-old rookie goaltender stopped 28 shots in a 2-0 victory over the Kings at Staples Center tonight. The victory evened the Western Conference semifinals series at 2-...