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  • Silfverberg's last-minute goal puts Ducks past Jets 2-1

    Although Jakob Silfverberg and the Anaheim Ducks realize they probably should stop waiting to win games in the third period, they've thrived on dramatic escapes and last-minute heroics all season. In each of their first two playoff games, they fell...
  • Live updates: Ducks defeat Jets, 4-2, in Game 1

    Live updates: Ducks defeat Jets, 4-2, in Game 1
    The Ducks needed some help Thursday from the NHL’s video review process, but they helped themselves with a forceful third-period effort to defeat the Winnipeg Jets, 4-2, at Honda Center in the opener of the teams’ first-round Stanley Cup...
  • Takeaways from Ducks' 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes

    Takeaways from Ducks' 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes
    There was a distinct sentiment of "Let’s get on with this," following the Ducks’ 2-1 victory in Arizona on Saturday night, a win that earned them the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference. The 82-game regular season -- a formality, given...
  • Ducks rally to beat Boston in overtime, 3-2

    Ducks rally to beat Boston in overtime, 3-2
    If Corey Perry hadn't brought the Ducks even with the Boston Bruins with 38.5 seconds left in the third period and goaltender Frederik Andersen gone in favor of an extra skater, and if Ryan Getzlaf hadn't set a franchise career record by scoring his...
  • Getzlaf Scores In OT As Ducks Rally Past Bruins

    Getzlaf Scores In OT As Ducks Rally Past Bruins
    BOSTON (AP) — Ryan Getzlaf scored 3:09 into overtime to lift the Anaheim Ducks to a 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Thursday night. Getzlaf, who also assisted on Corey Perry's tying goal late in the third period, beat Bruins goalie Tuukka...
  • Chris Wagner to play near hometown as Ducks try to end tailspin

    Chris Wagner to play near hometown as Ducks try to end tailspin
    Greetings from Boston, where it’s not snowing, for once, after a record-setting winter. The Ducks plan to make two lineup changes against the Bruins on Thursday night: defenseman Cam Fowler will return after being a healthy scratch for one game,...
  • Ducks' James Wisniewski is back in a familiar place

    Ducks' James Wisniewski is back in a familiar place
    James Wisniewski strode Monday through the same arena hallway that he had walked for more than three seasons, then changed course and entered the visitors' dressing room. "Just weird, but it's part of hockey, I guess," Wisniewski said. The Ducks...
  • Frederik Andersen to remain in Ducks' net today for Rangers test

    Frederik Andersen to remain in Ducks' net today for Rangers test
    Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen left the Madison Square Garden ice first Sunday, indicating he’ll make his second consecutive start Sunday night in a game where goals are expected to be at a premium. The New York Rangers (45-18-7) lead the...
  • Ducks can afford to scratch players because of roster depth

    Ducks can afford to scratch players because of roster depth
    The six trades the Ducks made before the NHL trade deadline this month have left Coach Bruce Boudreau to scratch players who would've been a constant presence a month ago. The benefit to that is how those temporarily benched players perform when they...
  • Stepan, Rangers Break Out Of Slumps In 7-2 Rout Of Ducks

    Stepan, Rangers Break Out Of Slumps In 7-2 Rout Of Ducks
    NEW YORK (AP) — Derek Stepan broke out of a long slump with two goals and an assist, and the New York Rangers caught the Western Conference-leading Anaheim Ducks atop the NHL standings with a 7-2 rout Sunday night. Stepan, who had no points in his...
  • Ducks put away Kings quickly in overtime, 3-2

    Ducks put away Kings quickly in overtime, 3-2
    The anointed difference maker between the Ducks who lost to the eventual-champion Kings in the playoffs last season and this year's version is Anaheim center Ryan Kesler. As the postseason awaits in less than a month, Kesler reminded the Kings again...