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November 15, 2009
Ducks tonight AT PITTSBURGH When: 4:30 PST. Where: Mellon Arena. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 6-9-3, Penguins 13-7-0. Record vs. Penguins: 0-1-0. Update: The Ducks have dealt with injuries for the last two games to Saku Koivu (groin strain) and Ryan Carter (bruised foot). The Ducks recalled left wing Kyle Calder from Bakersfield of the ECHL on Saturday, but a team spokesman said his availability is uncertain.
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June 2, 2012 | By Chris Foster
NEWARK, N.J. -- Leave it to a former Duck to make things tougher on the Kings. New Jersey Devils forward Ryan Carter finally solved Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick. Carter's goal three minutes into the third period tied the score, 1-1, and allowed the Devils to get into overtime in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night at the Prudential Center. It was the first goal Quick has given up in the third period or overtime since Game 3 of the Western Conference Final against Phoenix, a NHL-record streak of 184 minutes 19 seconds.
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May 6, 2009 | Lisa Dillman and Helene Elliott
It wasn't as though Bobby Ryan was coasting in Game 2 against the Detroit Red Wings. In fact, it was quite the opposite, leading Ducks Coach Randy Carlyle to move him off the top line, away from his usual linemates Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry. "I was trying not to do too much," Ryan said after Tuesday's skate though he returned to the top line for Game 3. "I was holding the stick a little too tight. . . . I don't know what it was.
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June 2, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
NEWARK, N.J. -- One of his teammates said that Kings forward Jeff Carter simply willed the puck into the net. Sheer will was what it was going to take on a wild night in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Kings and the New Jersey Devils as overtime turned into a wide-open affair. The teams spent it trading chance after chance and Carter finally ended the edge-of-the-seat suspense with his goal through traffic 13 minutes 42 seconds into overtime, giving the Kings a 2-1 victory Saturday night at Prudential Center.
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January 2, 2005 | By Mark Medina
AT PITTSBURGH When: 4:30 PST. Where: Mellon Arena. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 6-9-3, Penguins 13-7-0. Record vs. Penguins: 0-1-0. Update: The Ducks have dealt with injuries for the last two games to Saku Koivu (groin strain) and Ryan Carter (bruised foot). The Ducks recalled left wing Kyle Calder from Bakersfield of the ECHL on Saturday, but a team spokesman said his availability is uncertain. -- Mark Medina
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December 16, 2009
Ducks tonight AT VANCOUVER When: 7 PST. Where: GM Place. On the air: TV: Ch. 56; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 12-13-7, Canucks 19-14-0. Record vs. Canucks: 1-0-0. Update: These teams last met Oct. 30 in a 7-2 rout by the Ducks. But Vancouver's second line, led by center Ryan Kesler, has begun to produce, as was evident Monday night against the Kings. On Saturday, the Ducks ended a road losing streak at nine games as Corey Perry got his team-leading 16th goal while Dan Sexton, called up Dec. 4, scored his fourth goal in his fifth NHL game.
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January 19, 2012 | By Richard Marosi, Los Angeles Times
In this mobile home park full of boys darting around on scooters, Ryan Carter was known as the peacemaker. So when two of his friends got into an altercation Monday afternoon, the 12-year-old stepped in between them. This time he wasn't able to bring calm. One of his playmates, a 10-year-old boy, got a kitchen knife and stabbed him to death, authorities said, leaving the boys' families and neighbors grasping for explanations. On Wednesday, the San Diego County district attorney's office announced that the younger boy, whose name was withheld because of his age, is being charged with murder and felony assault and will be tried as a juvenile.
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February 22, 2008 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
The Ducks' depth at center took a sizable hit Wednesday in their 3-2 shootout win over Colorado. Rookie Ryan Carter suffered a fractured right wrist and veteran Todd Marchant a bruised shoulder on separate plays. Ducks Coach Randy Carlyle said there is no timetable for either player at this point. Carter's injury is the more serious, although Carlyle said he doesn't expect that surgery will be required.
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April 2, 2008 | Dan Arritt, Times Staff Writer
Ryan Carter was feeling a bit surprised Tuesday after practice. No, not because the coaching staff changed his jersey number from 52 to 20, but because the rookie center for the Ducks felt so much like his old self during the first test run since fracturing his right wrist Feb. 20. "I went out there today, just to see how it felt," he said. "I could handle the puck and shoot the puck well enough to where I thought I could, at least, do passing and receiving drills in practice. . . .
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January 4, 2008 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
There are times when he threads a perfect pass up ice or bulldozes a defender in the offensive zone. And there are times when he looks out of place or can't keep up with the speedsters who zoom by him. It's all part of the education of the Ducks' Bobby Ryan.
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January 19, 2012 | By Richard Marosi, Los Angeles Times
In this mobile home park full of boys darting around on scooters, Ryan Carter was known as the peacemaker. So when two of his friends got into an altercation Monday afternoon, the 12-year-old stepped in between them. This time he wasn't able to bring calm. One of his playmates, a 10-year-old boy, got a kitchen knife and stabbed him to death, authorities said, leaving the boys' families and neighbors grasping for explanations. On Wednesday, the San Diego County district attorney's office announced that the younger boy, whose name was withheld because of his age, is being charged with murder and felony assault and will be tried as a juvenile.
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December 16, 2009
Ducks tonight AT VANCOUVER When: 7 PST. Where: GM Place. On the air: TV: Ch. 56; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 12-13-7, Canucks 19-14-0. Record vs. Canucks: 1-0-0. Update: These teams last met Oct. 30 in a 7-2 rout by the Ducks. But Vancouver's second line, led by center Ryan Kesler, has begun to produce, as was evident Monday night against the Kings. On Saturday, the Ducks ended a road losing streak at nine games as Corey Perry got his team-leading 16th goal while Dan Sexton, called up Dec. 4, scored his fourth goal in his fifth NHL game.
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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 16, 2009 | Mark Medina
AT PITTSBURGH When: 4:30 PST. Where: Mellon Arena. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 6-9-3, Penguins 13-7-0. Record vs. Penguins: 0-1-0. Update: The Ducks have dealt with injuries for the last two games to Saku Koivu (groin strain) and Ryan Carter (bruised foot). The Ducks recalled left wing Kyle Calder from Bakersfield of the ECHL on Saturday, but a team spokesman said his availability is uncertain. -- Mark Medina
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October 18, 2009 | Robyn Norwood
The empty seats at the Honda Center on Saturday suggested Ducks fans were more interested in the Angels' American League Championship Series game against the New York Yankees. The way the Ducks played suggested they were more interested in relaxing at home than playing the St. Louis Blues. The Ducks turned in their weakest performance of the season against a far more eager Blues team that had lost three in a row. The Ducks ended up 5-0 losers in front of an announced crowd of 14,902.
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May 6, 2009 | Lisa Dillman and Helene Elliott
It wasn't as though Bobby Ryan was coasting in Game 2 against the Detroit Red Wings. In fact, it was quite the opposite, leading Ducks Coach Randy Carlyle to move him off the top line, away from his usual linemates Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry. "I was trying not to do too much," Ryan said after Tuesday's skate though he returned to the top line for Game 3. "I was holding the stick a little too tight. . . . I don't know what it was.
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