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Fowler Returns to Practice, Plus Memories of Kariya, Selanne

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler took another step in his recovery from a knee injury today after taking part in a full practice at Honda Center.

Out of the lineup since October 20 when he fell awkwardly along the boards in a game against the Montreal Canadiens, Fowler's recovery timeline at the time was approximately six weeks. This marks week four since the injury, and the 25-year-old blueliner did not appear to be holding anything back today. After skating on his own this week, Fowler saw time on the penalty kill today alongside Josh Manson.

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Ducks Keep it Fresh in Days Between Games

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

What does a team do when it only has three games in the span of nine days?

Practice, practice, practice.

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Lindholm Set to Make Season Debut in Philadelphia

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

If you've been waiting to bust out your No. 47 jersey, wait no more.

Hampus Lindholm will make his eagerly awaited season debut tomorrow night against the Philadelphia Flyers in the opener of a four-game road trip out East. The 23-year-old defenseman went through another rigorous practice earlier today at Wells Fargo Center and says he's raring to go.

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Only a Matter of Time

Hampus Lindholm has been a regular participant in practice and is eager to make his season debut

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Ducks defenseman Hampus Lindholm is close to making his season debut. How do we know? He told us so.

The highly skilled two-way defenseman took part in yet another full practice and saw time on the second power-play unit with Brandon Montour for the second day in a row.

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Practice Updates from Wednesday Evening

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

After playing every other day for the first 10 days of the season, the Ducks have reached an extended break in their schedule in which their next game won't come until Friday.

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Carlyle Finds Positives As He Looks Back on Ducks' Season

by Adam Brady @AdamJBrady / AnaheimDucks.com

Clad in shorts and sockless shoes, and having had three days to recover from the frustration of the Game 6 in Nashville that eliminated his team from the playoffs, Ducks head coach Randy Carlyle chatted with reporters this afternoon during exit interviews day at Honda Center.

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Ducks Hope to Pull Themselves Up By Their Bootstraps

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

NASHVILLE -- When in Music City, hold your off-day media availability in a boot store.

That's exactly what the Ducks did today in lieu of holding court at the Predators' practice facility a few miles down the road. The location was The Frye Company - a 3,000-square foot space decorated with exposed brick walls, shoe displays lining the store and that unmistakable "new leather smell" hitting you as soon as you enter the building. You can always expect the unexpected with this Ducks team.

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From One Series to Another

One full day is all that separates the Second Round from the Western Conference Final for the Ducks

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Rest? What rest?

The Ducks savored their uplifting Game 7 victory last night, but today it was right back to business. Though they didn't skate, the players convened at Honda Center to prepare for their next opponent, the Nashville Predators.

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Ducks Return to Work Feeling Refreshed, Refocused and Confident

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Another quirk in the schedule has the Ducks and Oilers waiting an extra day before getting back at it. This happened between Games 3 and 4 and the Ducks seized the opportunity by retreating to the comforts of Kelowna, British Columbia for some rest, relaxation and a little bit of work.

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Despite Being in 0-2 Series Hole, Ducks Optimistic for Challenge Ahead

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

Sometimes adversity is what you need to face in order to find success.

Down 0-2 in this Second Round series against the Edmonton Oilers, the Ducks don't have much room for error anymore. They have to find a way to win four of the remaining five games in this series if they hope to advance to the Western Conference Final, three of which away from home. The road is long and it is difficult, and they're about to entire a hostile atmosphere inside Rogers Place beginning tomorrow in Game 3, but it's not doom and gloom for these Ducks.

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