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  • Team Canada sends a scout to monitor Ryan Getzlaf

     
    Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf, back in the lineup for the first time since spraining his left ankle last Monday, had one last chance Sunday night to persuade executives of the Canadian Olympic team that he should keep his roster spot.......
  • Ryan Getzlaf: 'I'm the happiest guy here'

     
    Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf went through two final and rigorous examinations of his sprained left ankle, one Sunday night and another Monday morning, before Team Canada executives decided he was fit enough to keep his spot on the Canadian Olympic......
  • A little slice of hockey heaven in Vancouver

     
    In Pal Grotnes' official Olympic biography he lists his occupation as "carpenter." After his performance in the first period of Norway's preliminary-round opener against heavily favored Canada on Tuesday at Hockey Canada Place, he's more than entitled...
  • Canada beats Switzerland in dramatic shootout

     
    Four years to the day after Switzerland upset Canada at the Turin Games, history almost made a stunning repeat—this time on Canadian ice at the Vancouver Olympics. Sidney Crosby's second shootout attempt proved the winner in the fourth round as......
  • Anxiety and excitement at Canada-Germany playoff qualifier

     
    Canada Hockey Place is a sea of red as fans try to boost Canada past Germany and into the Olympic hockey quarterfinals. For which Canada's reward would be facing Russia, which was supposed to be the dream finals matchup until......
  • George Parros: It's an honor to be on the same team with Teemu Selanne

     
    This last week or so has certainly proved eventful. In my last entry, I implored everyone to jump on our bandwagon and help steer it toward a playoff spot. I suppose I should have never mentioned playoffs because as hockey......
  • Ducks are done and the Kings have some work to do

     
    A few leftover thoughts from the Kings’ 5-4 shootout victory over the Ducks Tuesday at the Honda Center: The Ducks had been officially eliminated from playoff contention a few minutes before their game ended in Anaheim, when Colorado beat Vancouver........
  • Jim Fox/Dave Taylor charity golf tournament set; U.S., Canada lose at World Championships

     
    While wondering if Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi still thinks it was such a great idea to trade Michael Cammalleri, now a playoff catalyst for the surprising Montreal Canadiens, we came across some newsworthy hockey-related items…. Kings TV...
  • Scott Niedermayer: A crazy start to Stanley Cup finals

     
    Four-time Stanley Cup winner Scott Niedermayer of the Ducks will share his unique perspective and thoughts with The Times' readers during the Stanley Cup finals. Today, he reviews the Chicago Blackhawks' 6-5 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 1....
  • Scott Niedermayer: Blackhawks continue to impress in Game 2

     
    Four-time Stanley Cup winner Scott Niedermayer of the Ducks will share his unique perspective and thoughts with The Times' readers during the Stanley Cup finals. Today, he reviews the Blackhawks' 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 2. What......
  • Ducks sign Sheldon Brookbank to contract extension

     
    The Anaheim Ducks, who are waiting to hear whether Scott Niedermayer will be returning or retiring, signed defenseman Sheldon Brookbank to a two-year contract extension for $1.5 million. Brookbank, 29, was acquired from the New Jersey Devils in February...