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October 22, 2006 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Words of praise do not flow freely from the mouth of Randy Carlyle. In that sense, he is like many other NHL coaches. Consecutive home victories over the Detroit Red Wings and Minnesota Wild have the Ducks at 5-0-2 after seven games, drawing some hard-earned praise from their second-year leader. The Ducks are the only team in the Western Conference without a regulation loss, both defeats coming in shootouts. The Buffalo Sabres remain the league's only unbeaten team.
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September 29, 2006 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Decision time is nearing for the Ducks' last roster spots, which means there will soon be a strong sense of agony in the air. With one exhibition game left, Saturday in Phoenix against the Coyotes, the Ducks have 27 players still in training camp and will have to pare at least four from the roster before next week's regular-season opener against the Kings. It could mean some hard choices for a well-stocked team.
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November 14, 2008 | Chris Foster, Foster is a Times staff writer.
The day after Brian Burke stepped down as Ducks general manager, Coach Randy Carlyle said the switch to Bob Murray would have little impact on his staff or in the team dressing room. "Bob was the guy I talked with the most," Carlyle said. "There is a history of communication with one another and I don't think that is going to change." Burke on Wednesday voluntarily handed the reins to Murray, who was the team's vice president of hockey operations.
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December 2, 2009 | By Robyn Norwood
The Ducks' crucial seven-game homestand -- their longest of the season -- ended with a 4-2-1 record on the heels of a winless four-game trip. But after winning three games in a row, the Ducks have come up short at the end of the last two. They lost to Phoenix in overtime Sunday, then fell to the Kings on Tuesday after giving up the game-winning goal with 2:20 left. "It's right there," captain Scott Niedermayer said. "We let up just enough. The last two teams we've played had solid games.
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April 8, 2008 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Leave it to gruff Ducks Coach Randy Carlyle to not be satisfied with a 102-point season, which earned the team a No. 4 seeding and Game 1 at home Thursday for the first round of the Western Conference playoffs against Dallas. "If we had a perfect season, how many would we have had, 184 or something?" mused Carlyle after a 3-2 shootout win over Phoenix in the season finale. "As coaches, you're always asking for perfection." Often a curmudgeon, Carlyle said that with a chuckle.
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December 9, 2011 | Staff and wire reports
ST. LOUIS — T.J. Oshie scored twice, defenseman Ian Cole had his first goal of the season and Jaroslav Halak made 20 saves, leading the St. Louis Blues to a 4-2 victory against the Ducks on Thursday night. St. Louis won for the sixth time in eight games. The Blues have at least one point in 13 of their last 15 games and improved to 10-2-3 under Coach Ken Hitchcock, who took over for Davis Payne on Nov. 6. The Ducks have won three times in their last 19 games. Chris Porter also scored for the Blues, who have won their last four home games against the Ducks by a combined 24-9 score.
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January 15, 2010 | By Robyn Norwood
The timetable for Ducks forward Teemu Selanne's return after surgery to repair two broken bones in his jaw is two to six weeks, the Ducks announced Thursday. That leaves his fifth Olympics appearance for Finland in question, but still a possibility. Finland's first game in Vancouver is Feb. 17 against Belarus -- five weeks from the date of Selanne's injury. The Ducks have 14 games remaining before the Olympic break, and won't play after that until March 3, seven weeks after Selanne's injury.
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June 7, 2007 | LONNIE WHITE
Every team divides up the same amount of minutes for players, but Ducks Coach Randy Carlyle and his staff have shown during this year's Stanley Cup playoffs that winning teams know how to gain an edge here. During the regular season, the Ducks' checking line of Samuel Pahlsson, Rob Niedermayer and Travis Moen matched up against the best scoring threats in the league.
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February 25, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
Hockey amnesia, indeed, can be a good thing. For the Anaheim Ducks. "I think we're thinking about forgetting everything," Ducks forward Bobby Ryan said Saturday after practice. "Pre —" He thought for a second. "Pre-Jan. 1, I guess," Ryan said. "That's where things kind of turned for us and we found our stride. So I think every other game, previously, we'll just take as a write-off right now. " The Ducks were finally home after a 15-day trip in which they were 5-1-2, punctuated by a shootout win against Carolina on Thursday.
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April 11, 2011 | By Helene Elliott
Kings right wing Justin Williams practiced with his teammates Monday, three weeks after he dislocated his right shoulder and exited the lineup, but he wasn't on a regular line during the session at El Segundo. Afterward, he said the shoulder felt good but he hadn't faced much contact and is ready for a full test in hopes he will be able to play in the Kings' playoff opener at San Jose on Thursday. "I'm happy we have another day. I thought we'd start Wednesday," Williams said.
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