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  • Ducks continue to roll, beating Red Wings, 1-0

    It didn’t make up for their disappointment over losing Game 7 of their first-round playoff series to Detroit at the Honda Center last spring, but the Ducks had many reasons to be pleased Sunday with their 1-0 home victory over the Red Wings. In...
  • Jonas Hiller zeroes in on record as Ducks defeat Red Wings, 1-0

    Not once since the Ducks distanced themselves from the Western Conference pack had goaltender Jonas Hiller recorded a shutout, but their plentiful production meant he never had to blank an opponent to be sure of a win. Sunday night, with their legs...
  • Seven Ducks are going to the Olympics; Saku Koivu withdraws

    Seven Ducks are going to the Olympics; Saku Koivu withdraws
    The Ducks will send seven players to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, and nearly had an eighth if not for Saku Koivu’s desire to be at his best for probably his final shot at a Stanley Cup. Koivu declined an invitation to return to Finland&...
  • Could Vancouver end the Ducks' home streak this time?

    The Vancouver Canucks nearly ended the Ducks’ home points streak -- now at 19-0-2 -- on Jan. 5. The Canucks jumped to a two-goal first-period lead, slowing the game down and moving to the verge of an upset, falling in overtime only after a tying...
  • Kings' Doughty, Carter get Olympic nods, as do Ducks' Getzlaf, Perry

    Kings' Doughty, Carter get Olympic nods, as do Ducks' Getzlaf, Perry
    Kings defenseman Drew Doughty and forward Jeff Carter, and Ducks forwards Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry were named to Team Canada’s roster for the Sochi Olympics on Tuesday, giving both Southern California teams strong representation at next month&...
  • Team Canada's Sochi roster features 11 returning gold medalists

    From mighty Canada with its 11 returning gold medalists to humble hopefuls Latvia and Norway, the remaining entrants in the Sochi Olympic hockey tournament announced their rosters Tuesday, triggering vigorous debate in hockey rinks around the world....
  • Ducks go cold and end 10-game winning streak in 3-1 loss to Sharks

    The Ducks had won 10 consecutive games but proved they are human Sunday night as the streak was ended by the San Jose Sharks. Playing the second of back-to-back games after Saturday's overtime win against Phoenix, the Ducks reached San Jose holding a...
  • Andrew Cogliano keeps Ducks in comfort zone

    When Bruce Boudreau became the Ducks' coach in November 2011, he didn't know where to best use Andrew Cogliano. Boudreau had him spend some time at center, at left wing and on the right side. "He was looking for combinations," Cogliano said. "Then these...
  • Saku Koivu keeps Ducks rolling with victory over Coyotes

    Saku Koivu keeps Ducks rolling with victory over Coyotes
    Saku Koivu insisted his tip of Ben Lovejoy's shot 51 seconds into overtime to give the Ducks a 3-2 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Saturday at Honda Center was "more luck than anything else," but anyone who has watched the Finnish center through his...
  • Ducks stay hot in 5-2 win over Bruins

    Maybe the Boston Bruins thought they had Jonas Hiller out of position and vulnerable Tuesday night. Actually, he had them right where he wanted them. Hiller, en route to his 12th consecutive win in the Ducks' 5-2 victory over the Atlantic Division-...
  • Ducks send banged-up Saku Koivu, Viktor Fasth home from road trip

    Ducks send banged-up Saku Koivu, Viktor Fasth home from road trip
    The Ducks on Monday sent center Saku Koivu and goalie Viktor Fasth home to Anaheim for evaluation and treatment of their injuries. Koivu was knocked out in Sunday’s 4-3 victory at Columbus – the fourth game of the Ducks’ eight-game...