Pacific Division

Balance, Speed, and Two Goals

Generally speaking, you don’t go to an Anaheim Ducks game to admire the defensive corps. Not that they’re not good. But the team has, for as long as they’ve been successful (say since about 2003) been focused o...

How (Not) to Win a Hockey Game

The Minnesota Wild are frustrated. They have to be. They went to Anaheim Friday night having had a five-day layoff and lost a close 2-1 game, a game in which only a turnover in the late going gave the Ducks, in...

First Time’s The Charm For Rangers

NEW YORK – In their sixth game of the season, the Rangers delivered an unusual amount of firsts. The first goals of the season for Carl Hagelin, Martin St. Louis, and Kevin Hayes, who got the first of his NH...

Who Are These Ducks?

You look at the Ducks lineup, and the first thing you notice is who’s not there. That’s obvious. Selanne. Koivu. No, Finland isn’t on the naughty list. These guys just got old, and they faded into a happy sunse...

Bigger, Better, But Blue(s)

So the Ryan Miller thing didn’t work out for them. The St. Louis Blues aren’t looking back. They’ve played three games this year, letting in just four goals in regulation and OT. On Thursday night against th...

Photo Gallery: Ducks vs Flyers (10/14/2014)

The visiting Anaheim Ducks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers by a score of 4-3, in a shootout victory. The Flyers continue searching for their first win of the season while the Ducks extend their winning streak ...

Jets Not Yet Good Enough

At what point is it not enough simply to have a hockey team in your town? That’s a question that many in Winnipeg might be asking right about now. This is the fourth season since the team’s move, and man, was t...