Kid Ish's Playoffmetrics, Game Three

Best wishes to Robidas. He was only with us for a short while, but he was manly and smelled really good all the while.

Game 3 Recap: Brutal Loss(es) In Dallas

Ducks not only suffered a shut out loss in Dallas, but more importantly, suffered the loss of D-man Stephane Robidas.


The Ducks were shut out in Game 3 but still hold a 2-1 series advantage.


GameThread: Ducks at Stars

The Ducks are in Dallas to take on the Stars with an opportunity to push their opponents to the brink of playoff elimination.

Pivotal Game 3

Anaheim let the Stars hang around in both of the opening games, but hung on to win. Now they have a chance to take firm control of the series, or open up wide. Let's hope it's the former.

Playoff Metrics: Game 2

The Ducks hold a two game lead over the Stars after two games. Hot take, I know.

Game 2 Rankings: Duck Power (& Lack Thereof)

The Ducks take a two-game lead into enemy territory. Here's who played a big role in the win and who wasn't at their best.


The Ducks #PaintItOrange with a 3-2 win to send the series to Dallas.

Ducks Hold on for Dear Life for 2-0 Series Lead

The Ducks head to Dallas with a chance to grab a stranglehold on the series, thanks to some well timed goals and a terrifyingly defensive third period.


GameThread: The Face of the Playoffs

I promise these stats dumps for the game threads will get more interesting soon.


Game 2 Preview: Slow and Steady

Even though they let the Stars back into Game 1 after having them down and out, replicating that performance would go a long way toward grabbing a 2-0 series lead tonight.

Playoffmetrics, Game 1

Mexico has no good pizza. Burritos make terrible possession metaphors.

Getzlaf Leads the Team in This Custom +/- Scale

Scaling from the worst performers, with a -5 rating, to the best performers, with a +5 rating, from Anaheim's game one showdown against the Dallas Stars.


GameThread: Let the Games Begin!

The Anaheim Ducks kick off Round 1 on home ice against the dreaded foes, the Dallas Stars.

Game 1 Preview: So it begins....

There's no ice like home ice.

The Great(est) Eight

With nothing else to play for for the West's top two teams, the regular season's final game was about honoring the career of one incredible hockey player (and another, while we had the chance).


GameThread: One More

A record setting regular season comes to a close for the Ducks with a visit from the Colorado Avalanche and a whole lot of Teemu love.

Teemu Appreciation Night

Nothing on the line for the Ducks, but sentimentality.

Ducks Clinch #1 Seed with Shootout Win

A deflected goal, an assist he won't get credited for and a shootout winner by Devante Smith-Pelly helped the Ducks to a 4-3 shootout win in Los Angeles, the first overall seed in the Western Conference and a date with the Dallas Stars next week.


GameThread: 80 Down, Two to Go

The Ducks have started to round back into form in their last two games. The only thing that really matters for their final two is keeping that going.

Freeway Meh-Off

The season series is already decided, the playoff seeding is almost locked down, the Ducks and Kings won't be playing each other in the first round. There doesn't seem to be a whole lot to grab on to in this one as we wait for the playoffs to begin.

Ducks Clinch Division Title At Home Versus Sharks

John Gibson made 36 saves as Anaheim won the Pacific Division title, forcing the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings to play each other in the first round of the playoffs.


GameThread: Might As Well Be a Playoff Game

There are plenty of ways the Ducks can still take the Pacific Division crown without a win tonight, but they need to play like there aren't.

For the Division

If the Ducks win, the division is theirs. It's kind of a big one.

A Shutout and a Sweep

John Gibson was good. The Ducks defense was even better.


GameThread: Gibson's NHL Debut

Hiller is out. Gibson is in. Here's looking at you kid.

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