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2013-14 Anaheim Ducks Season

Everything related to the 2013-14 season

AC Staff Prediction Challenge 2014: Round Three

It's tough to continue to care after your team gets knocked out, but we here at AC will keep pushing forward to be the best playoff series predictor on staff.... which isn't saying much really.

Player Rankings Game 7: So It Goes

The final game of the first ever Freeway Faceoff playoff series served as the last of the Ducks season. Find who and what were the plusses and minuses in the 2013-14 finale.

Ducks Don't Show Up for Game 7, Lose 6-2

Let's get the f***ing bullsh** recap of this f***ing bullsjh** game over with.


The Ducks say goodbye to Teemu Selanne (and possible Saku Koivu) after losing Game 7.

GameThread: Kings at Ducks, GAME 7

This one is for all the proverbial marbles, as well as a good amount of pride.

Kings at Ducks Preview: Do or Die... Literally

Everyone knew this series was going to be close and many people picked the series to go all the way to seven games. Well after the Ducks laid a fat egg in game six, the hockey world got its wish.

Duck Tales: The Ducks Feel Confident About Game 7

I would hope so...

Playoffmetrics, Round Two: Game Six

The Ducks had a strong push at the end of the game, but a better showing from the top guys early on could have prevented its need.

Player Rankings of Anaheim's Dismal Game 6

A goalie's job is to give you a chance, did John Gibson do that tonight?

Missed Opportunity

Let's just be honest...There was only one way the Battle of California was going to a Game 7.

#GameSix #PDOitOrange

The Ducks lose, but at least you won't miss half of the first period of Game 7, unless you have a job or something stupid like that.

Game 6 Thread: Close. It. Out.

The Anaheim Ducks have a chance to finish off this series, but it will be on the road.

Podcast: What a Difference a Week Makes

After the doom and gloom of last week's podcast we have a much rosier disposition, but every silver lining has a dark cloud, and in this case it's sitting back on leads.

Game 6 Preview: On the Cusp

The Ducks got here somehow, with the help of skill, heart, and a bit of luck--but here we are...3-2 on the series.

Playoffmetrics, Round Two: Game Five

That game was an exciting as game one but with a better result. That's my official analysis, thanks for coming out!

Mini Pod: On Location at Game 5

Eric and Chris met up for a mini podcast outside the Pond after Game 5.

Game 5 Player Rankings

Devante Smith-Pelly leads the Ducks with two goals in Anaheim's victory over the Kings, taking a 3-2 series lead in the second round of the playoffs.


The Anaheim Ducks exploded for three goals in the second period, but in typical fashion sat on their lead and gave everyone watching a heart attack because OH FOR CRYING OUT LOUD WILL SOMEBODY COVER MARIAN GABORIK!?!?

#GameFive #GibsonIsStillGreat

The Ducks avoid pulling a Game 1 and win Game 5 by a score of four to three.

Game 5 Thread: Back on Home Ice

The Anaheim Ducks are back at the Honda Center looking for the series' first home ice victory.

Takeaways: In Bruce We Trust

Five goals, three goalies, two wins, and one Vatanen. Doesn't Bruce Boudreau know he has a playoff reputation to maintain?

Game 5 Preview: Best of Three

Back on even grounds, the Ducks will try to find the series' first home ice victory.

Duck Tales: John Gibson To Start Game 5


Playoffmetrics, Round Two: Game Four

...more like game bore, amirite?

The Gibson Game: Player Rankings v.2.4

The Ducks return to Honda Center with the series tied after winning an extremely incomplete game.

Ducks Grab Early Lead, Hold on to Tie Series

I'm tempted not to even write a recap and just let you read Game 2 and reverse everything. but that's not quite accurate.

#GameFour #Gibson #CamAmerica

John Gibson earned his first playoff win in shutout fashion against the Kings at Staples Center.

Ducks @ Kings Game 4 Thread

The Ducks look to level the series, like Matt Beleskey leveled Drew Doughty, before heading back to Anaheim for Game 5.

Pivotal Game 4 Preview

I can't really say the Ducks are back in the series yet, but they can make it so by regaining home ice advantage tonight, while a loss here would be just as devastating as having dropped Game 3.

Duck Tales: Mathieu Perreault Is Injured, Too

Add him to the list of the Ducks' walking wounded.

Playoffmetrics, Round Two: Game Three

Kid is back to tell you something about retrieving pucks off the dump-in, buddies!

Game 3 Player Rankings Accentuate the Positive

The Ducks avoid falling into a chasm against the Kings, thanks to big contributions throughout the roster.


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