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The Anaheim Ducks ended last season first in the Pacific and battled it out in the first round of playoffs, only to lose in seven games to the Predators. This was more impressive due to an early slump that led to Bruce Boudreau making some mid-season tactical changes that provided the much-needed boost. The team will look to go strong from the get-go in the 2016-2017 season and make it past the first round of playoffs. There have been few additions to the team, but Jonathan Bernier and Randy Carlyle will don the jersey this year. You can get your tickets on Razorgator now so that you do not miss out on what is sure to be a great season for the Ducks.
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After completing a memorable season in which they won the Pacific Division of the Western Conference with a 46-23-13 record, the Anaheim Ducks bowed out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, falling to the upstart Nashville Predators 4-2 in the best-of-seven series. Anaheim’s season came to a close on May 22 with a 6-3 loss on the road to Nashville. This followed a 3-1 home loss two days earlier. In game 6, Thought Anaheim scored a pair of goals in the third and final period, it also gave up four goals during that stretch to Nashville. The Ducks were third in the NHL in goals allowed per game.
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However, in the Western Conference Finals, the Ducks struggled to keep Nashville out of the net.

The Anaheim Ducks were in a seasonlong battle with Edmonton for the race to win the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The Ducks ultimately edged the Oilers by two points to claim the title. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that the Western Conference semifinal round came down to two teams. Anaheim outlasted Edmonton 4-3 in the series, overcoming a 2-0 deficit in which it lost the first two games at home. But Anaheim then won three in a row and beat the Oilers in the decisive game 7 by the count of 2-1 at home on May 10. As a reward, the Ducks reached the Western Conference Finals. Anaheim lost game 1 3-2 in overtime and bounced back to win game 2 by the score of 5-3.

In the beginning, the Anaheim Ducks appeared to not have a chance to advance to the next round of playoffs. After the first two games in the series against the Oilers, the Ducks were behind 2-0. Then, they came out in Game 3 to get a win. They battled it out with the Oilers in Game 4 and 5 to win in overtime in both. The two teams faced each other in Game 7 with the Ducks ahead 3-2. However, they were only able to score one goal and allowed the Oilers to get 7 and tie up the series. It all comes down to Game 7 on May 10. You can still get your tickets, for prices starting at $114.

Round 2 of the NHL playoffs started out a bit rocky for the Ducks. In Game 1, the Ducks fell 5-3 against the Oilers, thanks to some late goals by the Oilers. In Game 2, the Ducks lost by just one goal. They found their momentum on the ice in Game 3 to win 6-3. In the first period, Rickard Rakell, Jakob Silfverberg and Ryan Getzlaf scored, but the Oilers equalized by the start of the third period. Chris Wagner, Silfverberg and Ryan Kesler scored three more to ensure the victory. The two teams play again on May 3 and May 5, and will play Game 6 and 7 if needed. You can still get your tickets for prices starting at $56.

Fans of the Anaheim Ducks were left utterly stunned last night. After sweeping the Calgary Flames in the first round of the NHL Playoffs, the Ducks went down in flames against the visiting Edmonton Oilers in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals. The match was tied 1-1 at the end of the second period. Then, the Oilers came alive to score an astounding four goals in the third period. Anaheim, struggling with penalty kills, simply could not keep up and lost the clash 5-3. Both teams will be back in action on Friday night for Game 2 at Honda Center. Tickets are available for prices as low as $64.

After winning the final four games in the regular season, the Anaheim Ducks have kept their winning streak going. They beat the Flames in the first three games of the first round of playoffs. The latest game was exciting, going into overtime to decide the victor. The Flames were leading 4-2 heading into the third period. Then, Nate Thomas and Shea Theodore scored to tie the game, sending it into overtime. Corey Perry scored in the overtime period to ensure the victory for the Ducks. The Ducks just need to win one more game to advance in the playoffs. There is still a chance to get your tickets to catch the excitement in person, with prices starting at $73.

The Anaheim Ducks looked all but unstoppable in the final games of regular season, closing things out on top of the Pacific Division. They won four games in a row, including back-to-back victories over the Calgary Flames. This is an exciting fact for fans, as the Ducks will have an extended rematch with the Flames in the Western Conference Quarterfinals and official kickoff of postseason. Find out if Anaheim has what it takes to go all the way starting Thursday, April 13, at Honda Center. Tickets are still on sale in limited quantities. Prices currently start as low as $36, which is a steal to catch the start of the NHL Playoffs.

It’s one of the longest streaks in NHL history, and after Tuesday’s contest with Calgary, the Anaheim Ducks have kept the streak alive. The Flames haven’t won at the Honda Center since 2004, or 25 games. Despite the victory, things weren’t all rosy for the Ducks. Defenseman Cam Fowler was knocked out of the game with a bad-looking lower body injury after contact with Calgary defenseman Mark Giordano. Although the extent of Fowler’s injury is not known, the potential loss could be devastating for the Ducks as they head into the postseason next week. Come support the Anaheim Ducks in their final game of the regular season this Sunday, April 9, against the Kings. Tickets are available now starting at $44.

The Anaheim Ducks are soaring to new heights as the regular season comes to a close. They have now won their last four games in a row, including noteworthy victories over the Edmonton Oilers, Winnipeg Jets, and New York Rangers. Their wallop over the Rangers was particularly impressive, as the game was tied at the end of the second period 3-3. Then, the Ducks went on a tear and scored three unanswered goals in the final period, winning the contest decisively 6-3. Anaheim has just three home games left in the season, starting with the Calgary Flames on Tuesday, April 4. Tickets are currently on sale and available for $15.

The Anaheim Ducks are currently sitting in second place in the Atlantic division, but they could quickly move down in the rankings if they continue on their losing streak. The Ducks have lost their last three games in a row and took an exceptional blow when they lost 1-4 against the New York Rangers on Tuesday night. Michael Grabner for the Rangers was unstoppable as he sunk two goals into the back of the net during the game. See if the Ducks can come back from all of the losses as they hit the road until February 17. To catch them at home, buy tickets for their game against the Florida Panthers on February 17. Tickets are still up for grabs.

After an unusual loss at home against the St. Louis Blues last weekend, the Anaheim Ducks seem to have rebounded just fine. They have won their last two games in a row, the most recent of which happened on Thursday night. The Ducks hosted the struggling Colorado Avalanche, who actually gave the home team a scare with an unanswered goal in the first period. In fact, it wasn’t until the third period that Anaheim came surging back with two goals of their own. They ultimately won the match 2-1. The Ducks will now flock to Minnesota and Manitoba before returning home on January 25 to host the Oilers. Tickets are $12.

Things are getting competitive in the NHL’s Pacific Division, but the Anaheim Ducks are doing their best to keep themselves at the top of the pack. Although they’ve been just average on the road, Anaheim won three of four matches at home in the month of December. Things also got off to a great start in 2017 with the Ducks’ 4-3 shootout victory over Philly on New Year’s Day. If they can continue to perform well at home, this will be a good month for Anaheim, who is set to play ten of 14 matches at the Honda Center in January. We have great seats for Friday’s game (Jan. 6) against Arizona available for $21 and up.

The December 19 game between the Anaheim Ducks and Toronto Maple Leafs came down to an exciting third period in which the Ducks managed to score the decisive goal with less than seven minutes left. Anaheim opened the final period with an early score that put the team up 2-1 before allowing Toronto to bounce the puck off a Ducks’ defensemen and tie the game. Shortly thereafter, Cam Fowler put a slap shot into the back of the net to secure a thrilling road victory for an Anaheim team that’s starting to pick up steam. The Ducks host the divisional rival San Jose Sharks on December 27 and tickets for that game start as low as $34.

The Anaheim Ducks were relieved to return home yesterday after two brutal losses on the road. On Sunday, they blew it against the Calgary Flames, allowing the home team to score an absurd eight goals to their three. Last night, however, they put on an impressive display against the visiting Carolina Hurricanes. The visitors were leading at the end of the second period, but Anaheim came roaring back to force the game into a shootout. They ultimately took home the hard-fought victory 6-5. This Sunday, December 11, the Ducks host the Ottawa Senators. Tickets are currently on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as just $24.

Yesterday marked the second time in a row that the Anaheim Ducks lost in a devastating 2 - 3 result at home. Last night, they hosted the New York Islanders. The visitors took the early lead with two goals scored in the first period. It seemed like the home team was going to make a comeback for the win, however, when they tied the game and sent it into a shootout. Unfortunately, the Islanders outscored the Ducks 5 - 4 in the shootout contest to win the game. Anaheim will now rest until after the Thanksgiving holiday, returning to the ice on Friday, November 25 to host the Chicago Blackhawks. Tickets are $48 and up.

It’s been more than a decade since the Anaheim Ducks lost a home game against the Calgary Flames, and that streak was never in question during the Ducks’ victory over the Flames on November 6. After the first period ended in a 1-1 tie, Anaheim went on to score three unanswered goals and win the game by a final of 4-1. Ryan Kesler was able to net goals during two power plays, helping to put the game out of reach. The Ducks are now heading back to Anaheim for a lengthy home stand, starting with a game against the Edmonton Oilers on November 15. Tickets for that showdown start as low as $11.

The Anaheim Ducks went into the Shark Tank hoping to steal a win from the rival San Jose Sharks. For three periods, it was anybody’s game, but it ended up being the Sharks that scored the decisive goal in overtime. The game showed that the two teams are evenly matched, and the Ducks can at least be happy that they earned a point in this road game against one of last year’s Stanley Cup contenders. Anaheim will face the other team that played in the 2016 Stanley Cup Finals when the Pittsburgh Penguins come to Southern California on November 2. Tickets for that game are available starting as low as $21.

The Anaheim Ducks start the 2016-2017 NHL season with a string of away games that begin on October 13 with a game in Dallas against the Stars. The Ducks ended the preseason with a win against the Sharks on October 9. The Sharks led 2-0 until late in the second period when Jakob Silferberg scored. He got another one in the third period to tie the game and send it into overtime. Corey Perry scored in overtime to give the Ducks the victory. The Ducks will hope to carry this momentum as they start the season. The Ducks will finally head home to host the Canucks on October 23. You can still get tickets for all the games, with prices for the home opener starting at $12.

The start of the 2016-2017 season is a month away, and the Anaheim Ducks are preparing their team for a solid season. Last season did not see them get passed the first round of the playoffs, and they will want to do better than that this year. The Ducks recently signed a two-year contract with veteran forward Antoine Vermette, who most recently played for the Coyotes. He will help the team out while Nate Thompson is out due to a torn Achilles tendon. It remains uncertain what will happen with Hampus Lindholm and Rickard Rakell, who have yet to sign a contract. The Ducks' first preseason game will be at home on September 27 against the Coyotes, and you can already get your tickets for just $10.

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