Showing 1 - 10 of 71 Stories for Anaheim Ducks
A Duck's Tale
Paul Kariya belongs in Anaheim, where he may live happily ever after
The Fighting Duck
Stanley Cup favorite Anaheim is by far the NHL's most pugnacious team, led by George Parros, its Princeton-educated goon
Anaheim Ducks LAST SEASON43-27-12, sixth in West; lost in conference finals to Edmonton KEY ADDITIONS DChris Pronger KEY LOSSES ...
TURN, TURN, TURN
ANAHEIM DUCKS. In Bruce Boudreau. Out Randy Carlyle. Reason for the change. Like a lot of highly demanding coaches, Carlyle came to the ...
That's Gotta Hurt
With the crackdown on obstruction in the NHL, sacrificing the body to block a shot has become a defenseman's most effective--and risky--ploy
Why Good Teams FIGHT
With hockey's dark art making a comeback, star players have to be protected. Call it insurance or self-defense, but clubs are muscling up with a new breed of tough guy
PIERRE MCGUIRE'S: WEST
Anaheim Ducks. His fearless, physical play around the net has translated into dozens of close-range goals, which make up the majority of his ...
Spreading Their Wings
By closing in on its fourth NHL title in 11 years Detroit proved it could win on a budget, while team captain Nicklas Lidstrom helped change perceptions on the limits of European players
Gump Worsley 1929--2007
Washington Capitals star Alexander Ovechkin is Ovie, Anaheim Ducks defenseman Chris Pronger is Prongs, nicknames so achingly dull they ...