Ducks Flush Game 3, Preach No-Quit Attitude for Game 4by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com
SAN JOSE -- There are many ways to describe Anaheim's 8-1 loss last night in Game 3. Andrew Cogliano called it "embarrassing." Francois Beauchemin said it was "tough to digest," and head coach Randy Carlyle said he was "very disappointed" with how his players reacted as the game went on.
Gibson, Ducks Ready for Game 1 Tomorrow Nightby Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com
On the eve of Game 1 between the Ducks and Sharks, Anaheim's goaltending tandem is all but set. John Gibson, who missed the last three games of the regular season with an upper-body injury, took part in another full practice with the team and appears ready for action tomorrow night in the series opener.
Gibson Joins Ducks for First Practice of the Playoffsby Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com
While half of the league was in the initial stages of the offseason, the Ducks got right back to work on Monday afternoon as they prepare for Game 1 of their first-round series with the San Jose Sharks.
Ducks Get Back to Work With Playoff Lives on the Lineby Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com
On the eve of arguably the biggest game of the season, the Ducks got back to work at Honda Center feeling rejuvenated for what figures to be an epic matchup against the rival LA Kings.
Ducks Get Back to Work Before Heading to Winnipegby Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com
After coming out of Scotiabank Saddledome with a 4-0 victory last night, the Ducks got back to work this afternoon in Calgary before their flight to Winnipeg.
Ducks Come out of Bye Week Determined to Make a Runby Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com
Now that the bye week has come and gone, it's time to get down to business.
Just after the Ducks hit the ice for an afternoon practice at Honda Center, it was announced that the club had signed veteran left wing Andrew Cogliano to a three-year contract extension that kicks in next season and runs through 2020-21.
Fowler Returns to Practice, Plus Memories of Kariya, Selanneby 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.
Ducks Keep it Fresh in Days Between Gamesby 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.
Lindholm Set to Make Season Debut in Philadelphiaby 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.
Only a Matter of Time
Hampus Lindholm has been a regular participant in practice and is eager to make his season debutby 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.