2013 Ducks Report Cards at a Glance
Our 2013 Player Report cards in convenient list form.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Ryan Getzlaf
The Captain leads the way in 2013. But hey, don't settle for satisfied, expect more from your leader!
2013 Player Report Cards
A one by one look at each member of the 2013 Anaheim Ducks starting at the bottom of the depth chart and moving on up.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Saku Koivu
A crazy start offensively and always steady in his own end... what's not to like?
2013 Ducks Report Card: Corey Perry
Corey Perry was a super-pest during the season, but disappeared in the playoffs.
2013 Ducks Report Card: Kyle Palmieri
After a breakout year, Jen's fantasy team "Trade Kyle Palmieri" needs a new name.
2013 Ducks Report Card: Viktor Fasth
Fasth came out of relative obscurity and set the NHL on fire. He eventually came back down to earth, but is a viable backup goalie for the future.
2013 Ducks Report Card: Francois Beauchemin
Beauchemin was the Ducks best defender and maybe best player this season, but here's a little scrutiny anyway.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Teemu Selanne
A look back on Teemu Selanne's 2013 NHL season, including thoughts and analysis on his scoring, performances, and insight on his future plans.
Player Report Card: Jonas Hiller
Jonas Hiller has pedestrian numbers you say? He was arguably one of the top ten goalies in the league.
2013 Ducks Report Card: Bobby Ryan
This season saw Bobby evolve from a pure goal-scorer into a more complete player. Was this a good thing?
2013 Ducks Report Card: Ben Lovejoy
Anyone wish the Ducks had held on to that 5th round pick instead? I'll take that as a no.
2013 Ducks Report Card: Cam Fowler
After a slow start, Cam blossomed offensively towards the end of the season.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Brad Staubitz
Anyone have anything good to say about 'Star-burns'? Anyone... anyone... Bueller?
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Nick Bonino
The report cards continue as Nick Bonino is next to get his grade.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Sheldon Souray
Souray was a different player for stretches of this season, and he has two different grades to reflect his Jekyll/Hyde season.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Patrick Maroon
Low expectations and clutch goals made for a bit of a pleasant surprise, but next year is going to be huge for Patrick Maroon.
Player Report Cards: Andrew Cogliano
Andrew Cogliano's 2013 season was arguably the best of his career, playing a pivotal role on the Ducks third line and providing clutch depth scoring as well as big minutes on the team's penalty kill unit.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Daniel Winnik
Veteran presence, occasional offensive juggernaut, and a worthwhile signing.
2013 Ducks Report Card: Matt Beleskey
Matt Beleskey, here's hoping we can find you a home in Ducks land...for a little longer anyway. I'm sure Karl would appreciate it.
2013 Anaheim Ducks Report Cards: Peter Holland
Peter Holland hasn't broken out yet, but how long are the Ducks willing to wait for it?
2013 Ducks Report Card: Emerson Etem
via Twitter: SKeleven, 4/5/2013, 7:37pm: The moral of the story...don't fuck with a kid from Long Beach, CA.
2013 Ducks Report Card: David Steckel
The Ducks' best weapon in the faceoff dot ended up building great chemistry with Emerson Etem and became a key player down the stretch.
2013 Ducks Report Card: Luca Sbisa
Every Ducks fan is ready to trade him to Edmonton for a bag of pucks. Here's why we shouldn't.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Toni Lydman
A stay at home defenseman who scored all of his point away from home. Sounds fishy to me.
2013 Ducks Report Cards: Sami Vatanen
We wish we could have seen more of you last year. Next year, we should get the chance.
Player Report Cards: Rickard Rakell
At the end of the Anaheim Ducks' 2013 NHL season, Kyle takes a look at rookie Right Wing Rickard Rakell's brief time with the Anaheim Ducks as well as his season with the OHL's Plymouth Whalers.
Player Report Cards: Matthew Lombardi
One day Lombardi will be the answer to a great trivia question: Who did the Ducks trade Brandon McMillan for? Nevermind, nobody will ever give a shit about that.
Player Report Cards: Radek Dvorak
You'd think that 4 goals in 9 games could get you into more games. Bruce apparently thought differently.
Player Report Cards: Jordan Hendry
We open our player by player review of the season that was at the bottom of the totem poll with Defenseman Jordan Hendry (no offense to all you hardcore Hendry fans)