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Ducks Acquire Kloos from Minnesota in Exchange for Aberg

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks have acquired center Justin Kloos from the Minnesota Wild in exchange for left wing Pontus Aberg.

Kloos, 25 (11/30/93), collected 12-18=30 points in 34 games for the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League. At the time of the trade, Kloos led Iowa in scoring and co-led the team in goals. The 5-9, 175-pound center has appeared in 119 games with Iowa, recording 32-49=81 points with 72 penalty minutes (PIM). Kloos appeared in one NHL game with Minnesota, making his debut on Oct. 24 vs. the Vancouver Canucks.

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Ducks Recall Terry, Jones and Sustr from AHL San Diego

Ducks also reassign Sherwood and Dotchin to Gulls, place Silfverberg and Kesler on Injured Reserve

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks have recalled right wing Troy Terry, left wing Max Jones and defensemen Andrej Sustr from the San Diego Gulls, Anaheim's primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL). In addition, Anaheim has reassigned right wing Kiefer Sherwood and defensemen Jake Dotchin to San Diego.

The Ducks also made the following moves:
- Placed on injured reserve: Right wing Jakob Silfverberg (lower-body injury) and center Ryan Kesler (lower-body injury)
- Assigned forward Patrick Eaves to San Diego (AHL) on a long-term injury conditioning loan.

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Recap: Ducks Let Another Third Period Lead Slip Away in 3-1 Loss to Wings

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Usually it's a good thing when a team has a lead in the third period. But for the Ducks as of late, that simply isn't the case.

Tonight, they did what they've done in three of the past four games - have a lead in the final period of a game. And like they've done in three of the past four games, they found a way to give it up. The Ducks opened the scoring at the 12:03 mark of the second period to take a 1-0 lead, but they allowed the Red Wings to creep back in when it mattered most.

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Preview: Shore Expected to Make Ducks Debut Tonight in Detroit

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

When the Ducks take to the ice tonight against the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena, they will do so with a new teammate. Devin Shore is expected to make his Ducks debut tonight after the team acquired him yesterday from the Dallas Stars in exchange for Andrew Cogliano. Shore will wear No. 29 and likely skate alongside Carter Rowney and Daniel Sprong in the spot occupied by Cogliano in the Ducks' game on Sunday in Winnipeg.

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Teammates Bid Farewell to Cogliano, Know Trades are Part of the Business

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The mood in the locker room today following an optional practice in Detroit was understandably subdued in the wake of the news that forward Andrew Cogliano was traded to the Dallas Stars in exchange for forward Devin Shore.

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Shore, GM Murray Share Thoughts on Trade

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

Newly-acquired Ducks forward Devin Shore spoke with members of the media shortly after being traded for left wing Andrew Cogliano. Ducks Executive Vice President/General Manager Bob Murray also spoke with the media, sharing his thoughts on the trade and giving an update on the status of his team.

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Ducks Acquire Shore from Dallas in Exchange for Cogliano

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks have acquired center Devin Shore from the Dallas Stars in exchange for left wing Andrew Cogliano.

Shore, 24 (7/19/94), has collected 29-53=82 points in 209 career NHL games with Dallas. The 6-1, 205-pound center earned 5-12=17 points with an even plus/minus rating in 42 games with Dallas this season. At the time of the trade, Shore co-led the Stars in game-winning goals (3) and ranked tied for seventh on the team in points. Shore set career highs in goals (13) and points (33) during the 2016-17 season and followed up with a personal best in assists (21) and shots on goal (123) last season. The Ajax, Ontario native played all 82 regular-season games in both 2016-17 and 2017-18, joining Tyler Seguin as the only two Dallas players to do so.

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Recap: Ducks Earn a Point, but Fall 4-3 in Overtime to Jets

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The game was on the blade of Cam Fowler's stick as he made a move on Connor Hellebuyck in the early stages of overtime. A quick deke to the backhand had the Jets goaltender beat, but Fowler's shot caught just enough of Hellebuyck's pad to keep it from crossing the stripe. It was that close - inches, even - to jubilation. Instead, heartbreak followed when Bryan Little scored the winning goal with just 10 seconds left in overtime. The result was a 4-3 OT loss for the Ducks, who saw their winless skid reach 11 consecutive games (0-7-4).

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Preview: Ducks Look to End Winless Skid on the Road in Winnipeg

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

The start of a five-game road trip begins tonight as the Ducks face the Winnipeg Jets at Bell MTS Place. Game time is set for 3 p.m. PT, with TV and radio coverage on Prime Ticket and AM 830, respectively. The Ducks are looking to snap a 10-game winless skid that has pushed them out of a playoff spot for the time being. They enter today's game with a 19-18-8 record - good for 46 points - and sit one point behind the Minnesota Wild for the second wild card spot and two points behind the Colorado Avalanche for the first wild card. Within the Pacific Division, the Ducks' struggles pushed them far beneath the Vegas Golden Knights (third place), who currently hold a 14-point advantage in the standings.

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Recap: Ducks Can't Hold Early Lead in Suffering 10th Straight Defeat

by Adam Brady @AdamJBrady / AnaheimDucks.com

ANAHEIM - All early signs pointed to the Ducks finally breaking out of the doldrums, but they let one get away from them tonight.

Anaheim took a 3-0 lead over the visiting Penguins after the first period, but couldn't hold onto it in an eventual 7-4 defeat at Honda Center that extended Anaheim's franchise-record losing streak to 10 games.

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