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Anaheim Ducks 2014-2015 News and Updates
10/23/14 - In terms of winning streaks in this early part of the season, the Anaheim Ducks are the hottest squad in the NHL. Currently riding a five game winning streak, the Ducks are one of two teams to hit double figures in points at the moment, along with Montreal.
10/16/14 - The Anaheim Ducks are flying in 2014. They've played four road games to start the season and have won three (at Detroit, at Buffalo, at Philadelphia). With an average of 3.8 goals per game and a total of 6 points, they're tied with San Jose at the top of the Pacific division. Center Ryan Getzlaf is the team points leader (2 goals, 4 assists). Up next for the mighty Ducks, a home game on Friday against the Minnesota Wild. Score last minute Wild vs Ducks tickets from $40 at Honda Center.
5/14/14 - After digging themselves a two-game hole, the Anaheim Ducks notched the series’ first home win with a 4-3 victory in Game 5 of Round 2. One big reason for the turnaround has been the play of goaltender John Gibson, who stepped up in Game 4 and stopped 28 Kings shots en route to a 2-0 shutout. Gibson got the start after making 39 saves just a few days before in an American Hockey League game; he became the youngest goalie in league history (20 years old) to record a shutout in his NHL playoff debut. Also contributing stringly has been the play of another late call-up, Devante Smith-Pelly, who has three goals in his last two games.
4/29/14 - It was a wild and crazy finish in Game Six of the Anaheim Ducks’ first round series with Western Conference second wild card Dallas – but the Ducks managed to grind out an exciting 5-4 overtime win to close out the series with the Stars and advance to the next round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. For a while, it looked like the Ducks would be in the same kind of pickle they found themselves in last year, when they dropped a Game Six to a significantly lower seeded team (Detroit); the Stars led 3-1 after one period and 4-2 after two sessions. But Anaheim would score the next three goals, getting the game-tying goal from Devante Smith-Pelly (his second of the game) with just 24 seconds left in regulation; and just a few seconds shy of three minutes into the overtime period, Nick Bonino collected his second goal of the game and third of the postseason, assisted by Andrew Cogliano and Patrick Maroon. The Ducks remain waiting to see who their next opponent is between the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks, whose series has gone to seven games.
4/17/14 - The Western Conference road to the Stanley Cup will go through Anaheim, as long as the Ducks remain in the playoffs. After a few rough weeks coming out of the Olympic break, the Pacific Division champ Ducks managed to put together a string of four consecutive wins – including a shootout win over their I-5 rivals Los Angeles, and a 3-2 overtime victory over Colorado, the top team in the other West division, the Central. The Ducks finished the regular season with a 54-20-8 record and 116 points, just a single point shy of Presidents’ Trophy winner Boston from the Eastern Conference. All of this means that the Ducks will take on the Dallas Stars, the second West wild card, in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which will open at the Honda Center on April 16. Regular season stat leaders included Ryan Getzlaf, whose 87 points placed him second leaguewide to Sidney Crosby; his 56 assists put him fifth in the league, and 31 goals were 15th best. Corey Perry’s 43 goals were second in the league to Alexander Ovechkin, while his plus-minus rating of 32 tied him for seventh with Tampa Bay’s Ondrej Palat. Goaltender Jonas Hiller’s 29 wins were tied for 12th leaguewide with Jaroslav Halak; Hiller’s five shutouts tied him for fourth with six other netminders (including such names as Marc-Andre Fleury, Sergei Bobrovsky, and Ben Bishop, as well as his opposing number in the first round, Dallas’s Kari Lehtonen).
4/9/14 - Despite going 10-6-3 since returning from the Olympic break, the Anaheim Ducks find themselves within shouting distance of not only the top seed in the Western Conference (one point behind St. Louis), but the Presidents’ Trophy as well (three points back of Eastern Conference and overall NHL leader Boston), with just three games to go before the playoffs. Goaltender John Gibson, who made his first NHL start against Vancouver on April 7, recorded a shutout over the Canucks, turning away all 18 shots en route to a 3-0 win that stopped a two-game losing streak for the Ducks. Anaheim scored one goal in each of the three periods; Daniel Winnik opened the scoring in the first with an unassisted, shorthanded goal, while Kyle Palmieri slid one home in the second, and Matt Beleskey netted one in the third to round out the night.
4/1/14 - After splitting games with the Alberta members of the NHL (taking a 3-2 win at Calgary, then dropping a 4-3 overtime loss at Edmonton), the Anaheim Ducks moved on to a decisive 5-1 win over Vancouver at Rogers Arena which put them back atop the Pacific Division; then returned home to the Honda Center to claim an overtime win over Winnipeg by a 5-4 count. After spotting the Jets four goals in the first two periods, Nick Bonino opened the Ducks’ scoring with his 20th goal late in the second period. Anaheim took over the game in the third period, getting goals from Ryan Getzlaf (his 31st), Hampus Lindholm (his sixth), and Corey Perry (his 39th) to pull even in regulation. Then just 16 seconds into the overtime period, Stephane Robidas scored an unassisted goal – his fifth on the season – to complete the biggest comeback in team history.
3/25/14 - The Anaheim Ducks are on the brink of another playoff appearance. Currently in third place in the Western Conference, two points behind division mates San Jose. The Ducks only need a regulation loss by either Phoenix or Dallas to punch their ticket for the Stanley Cup playoffs. Most recently, Ryan Getzlaf became just the third (Mighty) Duck to cross the career 600-goal mark in a decisive 6-2 win over Florida. Getzlaf joins current line-mate Teemu Selanne, and retired Paul Kariya, as players who scored 600 or more goals for the Ducks. Corey Perry scored his 37th goal of the season in the win over Florida, and Selanne also notched a goal, as six different players in total scored for the Ducks.
3/18/14 - After a pair of victories, the once high-flying Anaheim Ducks started to stumble, with four straight losses (two by shootout) coming out of the blocks after the Olympic break – one of these losses a 7-2 plastering by Calgary, the second-worst team in the West. However, since then, the Ducks have gotten back to winning, defeating Colorado 6-4 in Denver followed by a 2-1 win over their 5 Freeway rivals, the Los Angeles Kings. The four losses have allowed their NorCal Pacific Division rivals, the San Jose Sharks – as well as Eastern Conference leading Boston – to pull even in the standings, with all three teams falling behind Central Division leading St. Louis in the race for the NHL’s Presidents’ Trophy, which is awarded to the team with the best record as determined by the most points in the regular season.
3/13/14 - Since closing February and opening March with a pair of wins, the Anaheim Ducks have fallen on a little bit of a hard time, losing three straight games to three of the top four Eastern Conference contenders in Montreal, Pittsburgh and Toronto; the losses to the Canadiens and Penguins both came on shootouts. The contest with the Maple Leafs marked the Anaheim return of coach Rick Carlyle, who got a goal and a pair of assists each from Phil Kessel and Tyler Bozak, while Toronto netminder Jonathan Bernier stoned the Ducks with 43 saves.
3/5/14 - The Anaheim Ducks continue to set the pace in the NHL’s Western Conference, winning their first two contests since the Winter Olympics break. Goaltender Jonas Hiller shut out the high flying St. Louis Blues in the Ducks’ first outing after the Sochi Games, and Andrew Cogliano netted the only goal in Anaheim’s 1-0 win, coach Bruce Boudreau’s 300th career win. More recently, the Ducks knocked off the Carolina Hurricanes 5-3 to start off the league’s penultimate month of the regular season. Corey Perry notched a pair of goals for the Ducks, both in the first period, moving him to 32 on the season; Perry also assisted on Francois Beauchemin’s first period score.
2/26/14 - Teemu Selanne is going from high point to high point. The Anaheim Ducks veteran right winger was a key player in the Olympic bronze medal game for his native Finland, collecting a pair of goals as the Finns ambushed the United States, 5-0 in Sochi, Russia. He will be returning to an Anaheim squad which is riding high, currently leading the NHL’s Western Conference with 87 points, the most in the league. The Ducks return to action this weekend with a clash against the St. Louis Blues, who are just behind the Ducks in the conference standings with 84 points.
2/25/14 – The Ducks will be back in the pond Friday against the St. Louis Blues, the first of five straight home games at the Honda Center. Favorites to win the Pacific, Anaheim, led by forward Ryan Getzlaf (second in the NHL in scoring) and linemate Corey Perry, would like to lockup the West and the Presidents’ Trophy. Despite their early success, Anaheim Ducks tickets are fourth cheapest in the league in the final run at the Cup, averaging $60.
2/18/14 - Anaheim has seven players on their roster in Sochi competing for Olympic gold. Cam Fowler arguably had the best game for the United States in their 3-2 shootout victory over the Russians, scoring the first goal for Team USA and playing 17:56 in the win. Ryan Getzlaf has also been playing remarkable; the center with Duck’s teammate Corey Perry (winger) are wreaking havoc, providing top-line offense for Canada. Welcome back the Ducks Olympians when they return to the Honda Center next Friday against the St. Louis Blues. Anaheim Ducks tickets for the event start at $17.
2/3/14 – The Ducks have recalled center David Steckel and defenseman Sami Vatanen from the Norfolk Admirals, Anaheim’s primary development affiliate in the AHL. Still on top the league, the Ducks did drop a game to the Dallas Stars over the weekend. The Mighty Ducks will try to rebound after being shut out for the first time this season when they host Columbus tonight (tickets as low as $6!) and defending Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks Wednesday ($29 min.) at the Honda Center.
1/28/14 – The Anaheim Ducks shut out the Kings Saturday in the second NHL Stadium Series game played in 2014, first-ever in Los Angeles. At 39-10-5, the Ducks have the most points in the NHL and are leading the Pacific Division. Fan interest is high at the Honda Center and as a result, demand for Anaheim Ducks tickets continues to rise. Remaining home games at the Honda Center are averaging $71, up 6 percent in price since the start of 2014 but still third cheapest in the League. The Mighty Ducks had won 10 straight at home and 22 in a row in regulation before the Jets came to Anaheim last Tuesday and shattered their streak. Be there to cheer on the Ducks as they look to secure a number one seed in the playoffs and home-ice advantage.
Anaheim Ducks 2014-2015 Season
The Anaheim Ducks had a fantastic season under the tutelage of Bruce Boudreau, winning the Western Conference with 116 points and narrowly missing the President’s Trophy. It’s tough to call a second round exit disappointing, but when you’re held to elite Western Conference standards—and your dispatchers are “Freeway Faceoff” rival Kings in Game 7—Ducks fans have become increasingly anxious, awaiting their turn to hoist the Cup over Southern California. The 2014-2015 Ducks will strive for the postseason without Saku Koivu, Dustin Penner, Nick Bonino, Mathieu Perreault and the beloved Teemu Selanne, but they’re set to unleash a roster full of young players eager to carve their names into rinks across the league.
The team doesn’t look quite the same as last year, as the front office sought to bulk up in the offseason. It all started with the addressing their lack of depth at center with the coveted acquisition of blue-chip Ryan Kesler, Dany Heatley and Nate Thompson, who will bolster the power play and an offense built around Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf. Anaheim deemed it auspicious to opt out of a deal with Jonas Hiller, in favor of moving forward with John Gibson and Frederik Anderson in the net.
Anaheim will open their season on the road at Pittsburgh on Oct. 9, while their home opener will be Oct. 17 vs. the Minnesota Wild. Mark your calendars for what will be a special night on Anaheim’s 2014-2015 slate: on January 11, one of the most revered players in NHL history and a Duck for life, Teemu Selanne, will have his iconic No. 8 jersey retired at the Honda Center. With Getzlaf and Perry flanked by fresh-faced talent, these Ducks are ready to fly. Get your Anaheim Ducks tickets now and see them take off in the upcoming season!