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September 23, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
The Ducks trimmed their preseason roster to 35 players Monday, sending prospect goaltender John Gibson and defenseman Mat Clark to American Hockey League affiliate Norfolk along with four others. Gibson, 20, paced the U.S. to a junior world championship and then was in net as the U.S. won the bronze medal in the summer world championships. He shut out Colorado in the third period last week, but also was torched by the Kings, giving up three goals in a seven-minute span, Sept.
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October 23, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
Jakob Silfverberg was raised on the outdoor ice rinks of Sweden, molded by a distinguished defenseman father who won several national titles and influenced by an uncle who was once a national scoring leader. "He's got a great shot and release, so he's going to score goals when given the opportunity," Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said of Silfverberg. "More importantly, he's very responsible - both ends of the rink. In Sweden, there's a different style of play, where you have to learn the responsibilities of the game more than just a skill.
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September 12, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
With a few more years on their respective resumes and a little less hair on their heads since they last played together during the Ducks' championship season of 2007,  forwards Dustin Penner, Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry were reunited Thursday as the Ducks took to the ice for their first on-ice training camp sessions at Anaheim Ice. The trio, broken up in the summer of 2007 when Penner signed a free-agent offer sheet with the Edmonton Oilers and...
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October 9, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
Bobby Ryan didn't put on a mask, any sort of disguise or implement a clever way to hide his identity. He roamed the streets of Ottawa in September and interviewed fans about ... Bobby Ryan. Surely, the deeply knowledgeable fans in that Canadian hotbed of hockey would recognize the newly minted Senators forward. After all, this was not some journeyman fourth-liner. Ryan happened to be a high-scoring forward who had four 30-goal seasons when he played for the Ducks. He was traded to Ottawa in July in exchange for forwards Jakob Silfverberg and Stefan Noesen and a first-round pick in next year's draft.
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September 12, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
It's unfair to expect 22-year-old Jakob Silfverberg to immediately replace four-time 30-goal scorer Bobby Ryan on the Ducks' scoresheet or in the hearts of their fans. But Silfverberg, who had 10 goals and 19 points in 48 games with Ottawa last season, has enough talent to suggest he will carve out his own niche with the Ducks, who acquired him with winger Stefan Noesen and a 2014 first-round draft pick for Ryan in July. Switched from his natural right side to the left Thursday, Silfverberg meshed with right wing Teemu Selanne and center Nick Bonino during the first day of practice at Anaheim Ice. To Coach Bruce Boudreau , Silfverberg lived up to his billing.
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October 9, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
Bobby Ryan didn't put on a mask, any sort of disguise or implement a clever way to hide his identity. He roamed the streets of Ottawa in September and interviewed fans about ... Bobby Ryan. Surely, the deeply knowledgeable fans in that Canadian hotbed of hockey would recognize the newly minted Senators forward. After all, this was not some journeyman fourth-liner. Ryan happened to be a high-scoring forward who had four 30-goal seasons when he played for the Ducks. He was traded to Ottawa in July in exchange for forwards Jakob Silfverberg and Stefan Noesen and a first-round pick in next year's draft.
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October 23, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
Jakob Silfverberg was raised on the outdoor ice rinks of Sweden, molded by a distinguished defenseman father who won several national titles and influenced by an uncle who was once a national scoring leader. "He's got a great shot and release, so he's going to score goals when given the opportunity," Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said of Silfverberg. "More importantly, he's very responsible - both ends of the rink. In Sweden, there's a different style of play, where you have to learn the responsibilities of the game more than just a skill.
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October 26, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg sustained a broken right hand when he was slashed in Friday night's game against Ottawa, his former team. He is expected to miss four to six weeks, the Ducks announced Saturday. Silfverberg, 23, has four goals and three assists in 11 games. He had spent the bulk of the season alongside Teemu Selanne and Mathieu Perreault on the Ducks' second line. Silfverberg was slashed by Ottawa's Jared Cowen in the third period of the Ducks' 2-1 win over the Senators.
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July 5, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
It was always assumed that Ducks winger Bobby Ryan would eventually join the Philadelphia Flyers. That day was not Friday. After years of trade rumors, Ryan, who grew up in suburban Philadelphia, was finally dealt by Anaheim in exchange for two players and a future draft pick -- except his destination is Ottawa, not Philly. The Ducks acquired right wing Jakob Silfverberg and prospect Stefan Noesen as well as the Senators' first-round pick in 2014. Ryan reacted to the deal with a tweet almost immediately after news broke on the Canadian TV network TSN: Ottawa....
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September 7, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
The fact that Kings rookies Andy Andreoff and Tanner Pearson each contributed two goals to 6-1 rout of the Ducks' rookies at the Honda Center on Saturday doesn't mean the Kings' left-side scoring woes have been resolved. But the duo's performances offered reason to believe a solution might not be too far off and promised to raise the level of competition for jobs when the main training camp begins next week. Pearson was among the hopefuls who auditioned to be a solution on the left wing last season, playing one playoff game after scoring 19 goals in 64 games with Manchester (N.H.)
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September 23, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
The Ducks trimmed their preseason roster to 35 players Monday, sending prospect goaltender John Gibson and defenseman Mat Clark to American Hockey League affiliate Norfolk along with four others. Gibson, 20, paced the U.S. to a junior world championship and then was in net as the U.S. won the bronze medal in the summer world championships. He shut out Colorado in the third period last week, but also was torched by the Kings, giving up three goals in a seven-minute span, Sept.
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September 12, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
With a few more years on their respective resumes and a little less hair on their heads since they last played together during the Ducks' championship season of 2007,  forwards Dustin Penner, Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry were reunited Thursday as the Ducks took to the ice for their first on-ice training camp sessions at Anaheim Ice. The trio, broken up in the summer of 2007 when Penner signed a free-agent offer sheet with the Edmonton Oilers and...
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September 12, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
It's unfair to expect 22-year-old Jakob Silfverberg to immediately replace four-time 30-goal scorer Bobby Ryan on the Ducks' scoresheet or in the hearts of their fans. But Silfverberg, who had 10 goals and 19 points in 48 games with Ottawa last season, has enough talent to suggest he will carve out his own niche with the Ducks, who acquired him with winger Stefan Noesen and a 2014 first-round draft pick for Ryan in July. Switched from his natural right side to the left Thursday, Silfverberg meshed with right wing Teemu Selanne and center Nick Bonino during the first day of practice at Anaheim Ice. To Coach Bruce Boudreau , Silfverberg lived up to his billing.
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July 6, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
Two impact players from the Southern California market left town Friday in what was an especially frantic opening day of NHL free agency. Free agency giveth and taketh? It was slightly more complex than that. For unrestricted free-agent defenseman Rob Scuderi, it was a matter of geography and family issues, causing him to leave the Kings for his former team, the Pittsburgh Penguins. Scuderi signed a four-year deal worth $13.5 million, making him the first significant member of the Kings' Stanley Cup-winning team to move on. Free-agent dominoes helped trigger a trade between the Ducks and Ottawa, sending dynamic forward Bobby Ryan to the Senators in exchange for winger Jakob Silfverberg, prospect Stefan Noesen and a first-round pick in 2014.
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