You had a feeling his days were numbered when the Ducks traded for Brian Sutherby.
Continue reading “Mark Mowers is waived.” »
Your starting goalies: Jonas Hiller vs. Ilya Bryzgalov. Strange, huh?
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Todd Bertuzzi and Mathieu Schneider are in the Ducks’ active lineup tonight.
Continue reading “They’re back.” »
A woman at the front desk of the rink in Westminster where Scotty began practicing 10 days ago says he hasn’t been on the premises since that initial workout. Hmmm.
Continue reading “Scott Niedermayer update” »
The Phoenix Coyotes claimed Ilya Bryzgalov off waivers this morning. No telling which other team’s GMs wanted Bryzgalov, but only the Washington Capitals had a higher waiver priority than the Coyotes. And, for what it’s worth, the Caps have allowed two fewer goals this year than the Ducks.
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The Coyotes get a date with UCLA tomorrow after beating Weber State by 12 points at Pauley Pavilion on Monday night. It’s arguably the biggest win in program history. Tomorrow is the biggest game in program history, and luckily for the Cal State community most notably, the school’s PR wing, which gets free advertising it never could have expected the game will be on ESPN2.
Randy Carlyle keeps saying he doesn’t like shootouts, but I think his players are starting to disagree.
Continue reading “Ducks 3, Sharks 2 (SO)” »
The Ducks have changed public address announcers.
Continue reading “A new voice from above” »
At an ice rink somewhere in Southern California, Scott Niedermayer, Jeff Friesen and Travis Green are skating together, so says the LA Times. Is this the biggest Ducks news of the year?
Continue reading “Scott Niedermayer, Patrice Bergeron and a weird feeling.” »