Category Archives: Anaheim Ducks

Kings, Dallas Stars and Anaheim Ducks interested in Phaneuf

tsn.ca writes … According to Garrioch, the Los Angeles Kings, Dallas Stars and Anaheim Ducks have all shown interest in the 29-year-old.

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‘Keep an eye’ on Ducks, Predators at trade deadline

NBC Sports writes … ‘Keep an eye’ on Ducks, Predators at trade deadline, says McKenzie

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Ducks ready to make some “imminent moves”

Nichols on Hockey writes … Friedman: Ducks may be “ready to make some imminent moves”

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Are the Ducks looking at Martin Brodeur, Tomas Vokoun or Ilya Bryzgalov ?

Pierre LeBrun | ESPN.com writes …. Ducks looking at goalie options; Penguins on market

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Five teams interested in Hiller

Is a Kelser to Anaheim deal done?

Ducks eager to pull off a huge deal

ERIC STEPHENS of the Orange County Register writes …. Ducks have need, means to pull off big acquisition

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Ducks willing to pay for Kesler

Ducks likely to land Spezza instead of Kesler

Mark Spector of Sportsnet.ca writes about Why (the) Ducks will nab Spezza, not Kesler

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Expect Anaheim to be in the discussion for Spezza, Kesler and Thornton

Eric Duhatschek of the The Globe and Mail writes … Expect Anaheim to be in the discussion for Spezza, Kesler and Thornton

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Will the Ducks and Hiller part ways

Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports that Jonas Hiller and the Ducks could part ways this offseason.

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Cam Fowler expected to miss rest of regular season for Ducks

Cam Fowler has been outstanding for the Anaheim Ducks this season: 36 points in 67 games, leading the team with 23:54 of ice time per game with a integral spot on both the power play and the penalty kill.

Buffalo, Washington and Anaheim talk

Many players could be shuffling out of Buffalo, including defensemen Christian Ehrhoff and Tyler Myers and forwards Chris Stewart and Drew Stafford.

Capitals GM George McPhee is in the last year of his contract, so this season’s outcome could decide his future in Washington. Jaroslav Halak did his part by winning his first game since arriving from Buffalo in a trade.