Pacific Division

The Game that Was, and Was Again

It was the game that was. And was again. February 11th, the St.  Louis Blues visited Anaheim, but if you look up the Ducks/Blues stat sheets for that date, there will be nothing. Only there was something—a game...

Flames Salvage Crucial Two Points Against Blue Jackets

It was evident that the Calgary Flames and the Columbus Blue Jackets are both fighting for their playoff lives Wednesday night in Calgary. Both teams were strong defensively, and though the Flames started slow,...

Kings Flying?!

The LA Kings had the chance to continue their spoiler ways as the Colorado Avalanche came into town on Monday night for a 7:30 pm start. The clue that the Kings are being taken seriously: Pavel Francouz was in ...

Ducks Battle, Lose in OT

The Ducks are currently missing Cam Fowler (nine games) and Hampus Lindholm (five games). Josh Manson was recently also hurt (two games) but is back. In the lineup was Jani Hakanpaa, who was playing his third g...

Outpouring of Scoring

Rookie mistakes are part of having a young squad. That was a bit of a theme Saturday afternoon when the Minnesota Wild visited Staples Center for a game against the Kings. First-period examples included Blake L...

Up and Over

The Kings have lots to play for, if spoiling other teams’ chances counts. This started a few nights ago as they began a team-high (tie) nine straight home games that stretch through March 20. With 58 points com...

Flames Down Bruins in Boston

After a trade deadline where the Boston Bruins shipped away prospect Axel Andersson, veteran David Backes, Danton Heinen, and a first round pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, the Bruins were set to take on the Calgary Flames. With Ondrej Kase out on the IR, all eyes were set on newly acquired forward Nick Ritchie.

Giddy Energy

The Ducks had their busiest trade deadline day in club history this week. And the players they got featured the first game out—Tuesday at Honda Center with the Oilers in town. Five new faces adorned the lineup:...

Photo Gallery: Sharks vs Flyers (02/25/2020)

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting San Jose Sharks by a score of 4-2 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Kevin Hayes (#13 PHI) 2nd Travis Konecny (#11 PHI) 3rd Matt Niskanen (#15 ...