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December 1, 2009
Kings vs. Ducks tonight When: 7:30. Where: Honda Center. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket. Radio: 1150, 830. Records: Kings 15-10-2, Ducks 10-11-4. Season series (2008-09): Kings 3-2-1. Update: Since the lockout, the Ducks are 18-8-4 against the Kings, including 9-3-2 at home. The Kings are expected to have the same lineup as in their 2-1 shootout victory over Chicago on Saturday, which means defenseman Rob Scuderi (ankle)
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December 1, 2009 | Helene Elliott
Kings Coach Terry Murray looks at the Ducks and sees a team that still has the heart of a champion and is capable of world-class efforts when the moment demands them. "With us, looking at our team, we need to develop that attitude," he said. Ducks General Manager Bob Murray (no relation) looks at the Kings and sees a mobile and talented defense that could be a force for years to come. "You've got to build from the defense," the former NHL defenseman said. "Drew Doughty, Jack Johnson, Matt Greene -- what a move that was to get Greene.
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November 30, 2009 | By Robyn Norwood
What started as a sweet day for the Getzlaf family turned sour in the final moments of two games in two countries Sunday. As Ryan Getzlaf readied for the Ducks' game against Phoenix at the Honda Center, his brother Chris was in Calgary playing receiver for the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Grey Cup, the Canadian Football League championship. In Anaheim, the Ducks took a second-period lead on a power-play goal by Getzlaf. In Calgary, Chris Getzlaf caught two passes, and Saskatchewan had a 16-point fourth-quarter lead over Montreal.
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November 25, 2009
Ducks tonight VS. CAROLINA When: 7. Where : Honda Center. On the ai r: TV: Prime Ticket, Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 8-11-3, Hurricanes 5-13-5. Record vs. Hurricanes (2008-2009): 1-1-0. Update: After a 3-2 shootout victory over Calgary on Monday behind a sharp performance by goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere, the Ducks will try to improve to 3-1 on the homestand. Carolina is winless on the road, and tied with Toronto for fewest points in the NHL with 15 -- four fewer than the Ducks.
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November 24, 2009 | By Robyn Norwood
There are easier ways to win, but at this point they all feel good to the Ducks. And it must have felt like a sweet flood of relief for goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere, who won for the first time this season. The Ducks were less than a minute from a victory over the Calgary Flames on Monday night at the Honda Center before Jarome Iginla's game-tying goal with 18 seconds left in regulation went into the net off the skate of the Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf. But they came back to take the two points with a 3-2 shootout victory when Teemu Selanne slowed to a near stop and roofed the puck past Mikka Kiprusoff for the only goal of the shootout.
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November 23, 2009
VS. CALGARY When: 7. Where: Honda Center. On the air: TV: Channel 56; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 7-11-3, Flames 13-6-2. Record vs. Flames (2008-09): 3-1-0. Update: The Ducks' effort to build momentum after they opened a seven-game homestand with a victory against Tampa Bay on Thursday sputtered with a 3-2 loss to San Jose on Saturday. The team's injury list got shorter as several players returned, including center Saku Koivu. But the Ducks said center Ryan Carter (foot)
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November 20, 2009 | By Mark Medina
It appeared the Ducks' losing habits caught up to them. They stormed out to a three-goal lead over Tampa Bay seven minutes into the second period, but then allowed the Lightning to force overtime. Defenseman Scott Niedermayer made sure this game wouldn't end in a losing effort, though. He scored 52 seconds into overtime, giving the Ducks a 4-3 victory over Tampa Bay on Thursday before an announced crowd of 14,555 at the Honda Center. "We stuck with it and kept working and we got our reward," Niedermayer said.
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November 20, 2009 | Helene Elliott
Scouts for more than a dozen NHL teams sat elbow to elbow in the press box of the Honda Center on Thursday, a rare scene before winter settles on the Canadian prairie and scouts feel a sudden need to visit the league's warmer outposts. The Ducks are teetering, near the point where they would almost be forced to make changes to salvage a season they suspected might be difficult but didn't imagine would be in a shambles before Thanksgiving. General Manager Bob Murray said last week he would send players out the door before he would blame Coach Randy Carlyle.
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November 18, 2009 | Mark Medina
The Ducks have had their meeting of the minds. There were individual meetings Sunday with Coach Randy Carlyle. And then a team meeting immediately after the Ducks' 5-2 loss Monday at Pittsburgh, a discussion that Carlyle said included his sharing "an overall view" of the team's 0-3-1 trip. Though players after Tuesday's practice welcomed discussion of the meetings, a few wondered aloud whether that would ultimately help turn around the team's fortunes beginning Thursday when they play the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Honda Center.
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