2015-16 Game Previews
The Ducks make a pit stop in Ohio as they look to extend their consistent resurgence at the expense of the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Heading into the first of a seven game road trip, the Anaheim Ducks square off against a Pittsburgh Penguins team that was able to overcome a sluggish first 50+ minutes of play to snatch an overtime win on the road their last time out.
Anaheim's top minute defenseman is back to face the Sharks, but returns to a team that has found it's defensive footing in the month he missed. How will Fowler be reincorporated, and what do you want to see the Ducks do with their D?
It's been since December of 2013 that the Anaheim Ducks have been able to claim both points against the Washington Capitals, and they'll face a tall task in taking on the current league leaders with a start time bumped up due to expected bad weather.
The third meeting of the season for the Anaheim Ducks and Minnesota Wild on NBCSN's 'Wednesday Night Rivalry' reignites the embers of the 2003 Western Conference Final, as the Ducks look to close out a season high eight-game home stand.
Anaheim faces that black and silver team to the north for the first time, at a critical juncture of the season.
The trio of Kesler, Hagelin and Silfverberg look to build on breakout in beating of Senators. The beck and call has gone out for secondary scoring, and all three of Anaheim's even strength goals against Ottawa came from outside the top line.
Wednesday's game left the Anaheim Ducks one to sing the blues, but with St. Louis in town it'd better be a short song. They welcome a St. Louis team that's been struggling of late, but is 1 of 5 teams remaining on the home stand in playoff seating.
Game two of the eight game home stand sees a 6-2-2 Toronto team in town for only meeting this season.