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2015-16 Anaheim Ducks Season

2016 NHL Draft: Ducks Select Tyler Soy 205th Overall (7th Round)

The center from the WHL's Victoria Royals was born in Richmond, British Columbia.

2016 NHL Draft: Anaheim Ducks Select Alex Dostie 115th Overall (4th Round)

The Ducks have selected the diminutive center, born in Drummondville, QC.

Duck Tales: The How The West Was Lost Edition

Postseason chatter and bad omens.

Handshake Line: Predators Hunt To Kill

Congrats, y'all. You deserve it. (No, really, you do.)

POD: Playoff Postmortem LIVE - 8PM (4/28/16)

For an NHL record fourth time in a row the Fowl saw their season snuffed at home, this time at the hands of the Nashville Predators, leaving Eric and Kyle plenty to discuss on a special LIVE edition of Anaheim Calling:The Podcast.

PODCAST: Andersen Is Magic

What a difference three games make- the Ducks now lead the Predators 3-2 with a chance to win the series. Eric and Kyle were at game five, and have plenty to discuss with a pair of dominant road efforts and gritting it out in the series swing game.

Game 3 Thoughts: Lineup Change, Composure Key Win

The Ducks earned a 3-0 victory at Bridgestone Arena by upping their forechecking pressure, scoring timely goals, getting solid goaltending, and (despite the final penalty numbers) improving their discipline by better controlling their emotion.

Game 3 Notes: Andersen, Horcoff Draw In To Lineup

These are desperate times for the Anaheim Ducks, trailing 0-2 in the series and headed to Nashville for the next two. Head coach Bruce Boudreau has made a pair of lineup moves to try and alter his team's fortunes in Music City.

POD: '...I Can't Believe I'm Defending James Neal'

With the Anaheim Ducks down 2-0 to the Nashville Predators in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, things are a little weird. There's a lot for Eric and Kyle to talk about.

GameThread: Game Two — Ducks vs Predators (4/17/16)

Can the Manson-less Ducks recover from a disappointing playoff opener?

Duck Tales: The 'Get Pumped!!!!' Edition

Ducks vs Predators. Are you ready?

GameThread: Game One - Ducks vs Predators 4/15/16

All the necessary stats, expected lines, as well as some game one playoff history for the Ducks and Predators.

PODCAST: Playoff Postgame Live - Game 1 vs Preds

After the first game of the series is in the books, the guys will be ready to give you all the post game reaction and analysis. Listen live, react and chat after Anaheim and Nashville engage in game one.

RD 1 PRIMER: What You Need To Know For Ducks-Preds

Anaheim and Nashville meet in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second time in six seasons. Season series recap, top scorers in the all time season series, goalies, top possession players, and the three difference makers.

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Round One & Done: Preds Top Ducks 2-1 In Game 7

Fourth year in a row.

Ducks Clinch Pacific, Jennings, Face Predators R1

The Anaheim Ducks have won the Pacific Division for four years in a row, and will face the Nashville Predators in the first round of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs after defeating the Washington Capitals 2-0 in the final game of the regular season.

GameThread: Ducks at Capitals (4/10/16)

The Pacific Division, and Jennings trophy is there for the taking in final game of the season.

GAMER: SP Teams, Silfverberg Shoot Ducks Over Avs

Against a team they'd yet to defeat this season, and whom had given them issues on special teams, the league's best units lived up to their billing. Anaheim scored twice on the power play and killed 6 of 7 penalties to defeat Colorado 5-3.

GameThread: Ducks at Avalanche (4/9/16)

Anaheim begins road back-to-back to close the season a Mile High in Denver.

DISH: PP+PK Key Turnaround-Repeatable in Playoffs?

Just how much have Anaheim's top ranked special teams units impacted getting back into playoff positioning? More importantly, can it be replicated in the postseason, or have the Ducks improved enough at five on five?

Duck Tales: The Injuries, Playoffs, and Shirts Edition

Injuries! Playoff! Shirts! And the Kings are closing in on the Pacific Division title. Yuck.

BEST & WORST: A Loss That Should Have Been Worse

The Los Angeles Kings prevailed in the final regular-season edition of the Freeway Faceoff in a game that the Anaheim Ducks would love to soon forget.

GAMER: Ducks Ground Down, Lose 2-1 In Los Angeles

With the Pacific Division hanging in the balance, the depth proved the difference. A pair of goals in rapid succession turned the game as the Anaheim Ducks fell 2-1 to the Los Angeles Kings Thursday night at STAPLES Center.

GameThread: Ducks at Kings (4/7/16)

Full stat pack, with expected lines, as well as a dive into the penalty-filled history of the Freeway Faceoff. Last game's snarl was top ten, but nowhere near as acrimonious as it's gotten between Anaheim and Los Angeles.

MIDDAY REPORT: Quotes & Notes for Ducks and Kings

Picking out some of the pertinent bits of reporting by the local writers as the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings speak on and prepare for tonight's game.

PREVIEW: Ducks at LA- High Stakes RS Series Finale

Anaheim's final regular season meeting with the Kings is the most important regular season game the teams have ever played, with the inside track to the Pacific Division title hanging in the balance.

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Game Eighty-Two: Ducks at Capitals (4/10/16)

Last game of the regular season, with the Pacific Division, and the Jennings on the line.

PODCAST: The Return - LIVE 12PM (4/6/16)

After an extended absence the boys are back with a live edition that will answer your questions, break down the Ducks heading into a critical showdown in Los Angeles, the postseason, and so much more.

GameThread: Ducks vs Jets (04/05/16)

It's the regular season home finale, exclusively on NHL Network.

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Game Seventy-Nine: Ducks vs Jets (4/5/16)

Regular season home finale!

Duck Tales: Signing New Ducklings Edition

Your biweekly dose of news in and around the Anaheim hockey club and the rest of the league.

GameThread: Ducks vs Canucks (4/1/16)

With precious few Pacific Division games remaining and a rash of injuries, Anaheim can move into the top spot with a win tonight.


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