February 28, 2009 |
When: Noon PST. On the air: TV: Prime. Radio: 830. Where: American Airlines Center. AT DALLAS Records: Ducks 30-28-5. Stars 29-24-7. Records vs. Stars: 0-1-2 Update: Hours after acquiring Ryan Whitney to solidify the defense, the Ducks were clobbered by Boston, 6-0. On Friday they recalled left wing Drew Miller from Iowa, sending down Brian Salcido, presumably to fortify the offense. They'll see how that goes against another team stuck in a rut as the playoff race intensifies.
January 16, 2011
Ducks today vs. Edmonton When: 5 p.m. Where: Honda Center. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 24-18-4 through Friday, Oilers 14-21-7 through Friday Record vs. Oilers: 1-1-0. Update: Despite the Oilers' struggles this season, the Ducks haven't had an easy time with them. When they met Dec. 7 at Edmonton, the Ducks blew a two-goal lead in the third period but pulled out a 3-2 win in the 10th round of a shootout.
February 27, 2009 |
Michael Ryder had two goals and an assist Thursday, and Tim Thomas made 35 saves to earn his fourth shutout of the season as the Boston Bruins defeated the Ducks, 6-0. "It found a way to turn in their favor in a hurry and we didn't respond well to adversity," Ducks Coach Randy Carlyle said. "That's a first-place hockey club. They played well and stuck to their system."
May 14, 2008 |
PHILADELPHIA -- Ryan Whitney and Marian Hossa scored less than three minutes apart in the first period and the Pittsburgh Penguins held the Philadelphia Flyers to 18 shots Tuesday night in a 4-1 victory. The Penguins lead the Eastern Conference finals, 3-0. "This might have been our best defensive effort all year," Whitney said. The Penguins are a win from advancing to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr led Pittsburgh to titles in 1991 and '92.
May 19, 2008 |
PITTSBURGH -- Sid and the Kids are off to the Stanley Cup finals, thanks to a dominating run by a younger-than-young Pittsburgh Penguins team that has taken only two seasons to transform itself from one of the NHL's worst to one of its best. Ryan Malone, the one Penguins player with firsthand memories of the team's two previous Stanley Cup appearances, scored twice and set up a third goal and Pittsburgh routed Philadelphia, 6-0, Sunday to win the Eastern Conference finals.
February 5, 2007 |
Sheldon Souray scored 2:01 into overtime and the Montreal Canadiens ended the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins' six-game winning streak with a 4-3 victory. Tomas Plekanec scored twice in regulation before setting up Souray's winner on a two-on-one. Souray, ejected from Montreal's shootout loss in Pittsburgh on Wednesday for fighting with Colby Armstrong, one-timed Plekanec's pass, driving a shot past Marc-Andre Fleury into the right side of the net.
October 12, 2009 |
Ales Kotalik's power-play goal snapped a third-period tie, and backup Steve Valiquette made 18 saves in the New York Rangers' fourth straight victory, 3-0, against the Ducks on Sunday. New York, 4-0 since a season-opening loss to the Stanley Cup-champion Pittsburgh Penguins, earned this victory in Sean Avery's season debut following his knee injury during training camp. Avery played his annoying style and goaded Ducks defenseman Ryan Whitney into a roughing penalty 1:34 into the third, setting up Kotalik's winning score.
March 3, 2009 |
While NHL teams hunted for bargains before Wednesday's noon PST trading deadline, two notable defensemen were pulled off the market. Ducks General Manager Bob Murray said Monday he will keep Scott Niedermayer, captain of the 2007 Stanley Cup championship team, and Kings GM Dean Lombardi said he will keep veteran Sean O'Donnell while trying to re-sign him. Murray also indicated he might not deal prized defenseman Chris Pronger.
October 7, 2009 |
Andrew Brunette's power-play goal in overtime lifted the Wild to a 4-3 win over the Ducks on Tuesday night in Minnesota's home opener. Trailing, 3-0, with less than 14 minutes to play in the third period, the Wild got goals from Mikko Koivu, Petr Sykora and Eric Belanger to send the game to overtime. The Ducks got second-period goals from Joffrey Lupul, Evgeny Artyukhin and Saku Koivu, but were held to only two shots in the third period. Looking to bounce back after losing to San Jose, 4-1, at the Honda Center on Saturday, the Ducks instead let a seemingly secure lead slip away.
March 1, 2010 |
Their celebration had barely begun when someone handed members of the triumphant Canadian Olympic hockey team a huge flag as they stood on the ice at Canada Hockey Place. What to do? Make the kid carry it. "Yeah, he needed to do something," team captain Scott Niedermayer said, smiling. So there was Kings defenseman Drew Doughty , in his second NHL season but an Olympic first-timer, taking an enforced but happy lap around the ice after Canada's 3-2 overtime victory over the U.S. on Sunday.