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  • What we learned from the Ducks' 2-1 win in Montreal

    What we learned from the Ducks' 2-1 win in Montreal
    There were tears in the building. And if there weren’t any on the Ducks’ bench when their former teammate Saku Koivu’s voice cracked mentioning his fight against cancer in the pregame retirement ceremony for Montreal’s former...
  • 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...
  • Chris Pronger good fit for NHL safety group, Francois Beauchemin says

    Chris Pronger good fit for NHL safety group, Francois Beauchemin says
    As a player, former Ducks defenseman Chris Pronger once stepped on the leg of current Duck and then-Vancouver Canuck Ryan Kesler, drawing a lengthy suspension. Thursday came news that Pronger, still being paid by the Philadelphia Flyers after being...
  • NHL preview: Western Conference capsules

    NHL preview: Western Conference capsules
    In predicted order of finish Pacific Division 1. KINGS 2013-14: 46-28-8 (100 points), 3rd. Coach Darryl Sutter wants more from the kids, and wingers Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson look ready to deliver. Sutter also will have a full season of...
  • NHL Western Conference team previews and predictions

    NHL Western Conference team previews and predictions
    There’s a good reason no team has repeated as Stanley Cup champion since the Detroit Red Wings of 1997 and 1998. “It’s hard. Damned hard,” said Kings right wing Justin Williams, who was voted the Most Valuable Player of the...
  • What we learned from Ducks' 4-2 exhibition loss to the Kings

    What we learned from Ducks' 4-2 exhibition loss to the Kings
    What we learned from the Ducks’ 4-2 exhibition loss to the Kings on Sunday at the Honda Center: It was only a preseason game But the Ducks hate losing to the Kings no matter the circumstances. The Kings’ seven-game victory in the second...
  • Ducks begin battle for spots on roster as preseason gets underway

    Ducks begin battle for spots on roster as preseason gets underway
    Game action reveals more than practice drills, so as the Ducks transitioned to their preseason opener Monday in a split-squad home game against the Colorado Avalanche, consider the battle for playing time and roster spots officially underway. "We've got...
  • Ducks hope youthful exuberance can overcome loss of retired veterans

    Ducks hope youthful exuberance can overcome loss of retired veterans
    So much wisdom, desire and leadership skated out of Honda Center the night the Ducks were eliminated from the playoffs in May. The retirements of forward Teemu Selanne, 43, and Saku Koivu, 39, lessened Anaheim of more than 40 years of NHL experience....
  • Ducks have figured out how to take down Stars

    Ducks have figured out how to take down Stars
    DALLAS — It's taken them longer than they wanted, but the Ducks have found a formula to beat the fast, physical Dallas Stars. Now it's just a matter of proving it translates to the enemy ground of American Airlines Center. "You want to finish it...
  • Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau happy to avoid Game 7

    Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau happy to avoid Game 7
    Minutes from revisiting a script that has so often ended in heartbreak, Coach Bruce Boudreau and his Ducks flipped it. With two goals Sunday in the final 130 seconds of regulation to tie the score, the Ducks proceeded to eliminate the Dallas Stars in...
  • The ice is greener in Southern California hockey

    The ice is greener in Southern California hockey
    As the captain of the Philadelphia Flyers, a high-profile position in a passionate hockey market, Mike Richards couldn't go anywhere — to a baseball game, a restaurant, a club — without being recognized. That changed when he was traded to...