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For the third time this season, the final score showed the Anaheim Ducks with one goal more than the Chicago Blackhawks. This loss, a 2-1 defeat at the United Center, may force the organization to shake up the lineup.
With the entire hockey world watching to see how the best two teams in the league would play against each other, the Blackhawks and Ducks put on a playoff-caliber show. Unfortunately, the Ducks came away with their 13th consecutive home … Continue reading
The Anaheim Ducks have reportedly signed Ryan Getzlaf to an eight-year, $66M contract ($8.25M cap hit). As The Fourth Period reported earlier, both Getzlaf and 2011 Hart Trophy-winner Corey Perry were set to hit unrestricted free agency this summer; this … Continue reading
Earlier this week, Anaheim GM Bob Murray effectively put his entire roster on the trade market with comments he made to LA Times reporter Helene Elliott (except Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu). While that instantly made most Blackhawks fans start … Continue reading
In what was, without question, his finest game in a Chicago sweater, John Scott was rewarded with one of the game’s three stars after the Blackhawks dominated every aspect of the game against a lifeless Ducks team.
Early Thursday morning in the Eastern and Central time zones, the Anaheim Ducks announced that Bruce Boudreau will replace Randy Carlyle as head coach. The Ducks also fired assistants Dave Farrish and Mike Foligno and video coordinator Joe Trotta.
Rumors out of southern California are that the Ducks might be shopping Bobby Ryan after an awful November has almost removed them from the Western Conference playoff picture already. Could the Blackhawks be interested in Ryan? Should they be? And, … Continue reading
As he continues to build momentum towards the Hart Memorial Trophy, the talking heads have started to analyze how Jonathan Toews compares to some of the game’s other elite players. Today, in the third part of a series comparing Toews to … Continue reading
From the Detroit Red Wings home opener on Oct. 8, 2010, former Lady Byng Award winner Pavel Datsyuk and Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks.
On Monday night, Anaheim center Ryan Getzlaf went down with an ankle injury. He was sent for a MRI on Monday night, which came back negative, but his status is still up in the air for the Olympics; Team Canada could … Continue reading