2015-16 Game Previews
The drowning Ducks continue their East Coast trip to the Garden where they face the equally rough Rangers.
Ducks travel to Brooklyn for the first of back-to-back games.
The Ducks make a stop in New Jersey with the intent to begin their ascent from the worst position they've seen in the standings in a long time.
Remember when the Anaheim Ducks regularly played hockey games? It's okay to have forgotten, as it's been just one game for Anaheim over the course of the last ten days. Anaheim finds themselves in the basement of the Pacific Division with 27 points.
It seems like has been forever since we've seen the Anaheim Ducks hit the ice. Now the Ducks welcome the Carolina Hurricanes back to the Honda Center to see if they can continue the consecutive wins before they hit the road back east.
John Gibson and the Ducks were able to hold the Sharks at bay, coming out with a 1-0 shutout win. Now they welcome the star-studded crew from Pittsburgh. At this point, it's not just about the points, but about continuing to find ways to win.
Fresh off a full 60 minute wipeout effort, the Anaheim Ducks look to continue to keep pace in the Pacific Division playoff race welcoming a Tampa Bay team that is looking to do the same in the Atlantic Division.
After the most disappointing loss of the season, the Ducks need to compose themselves and start winning if they want to push their way into the playoff picture.
Anaheim gets a rare national television appearance facing Chicago for the second time this season.
Nashville continues to be very good in a very competitive Central Division. Anaheim is looking for building performances from Ryan Getzlaf and Frederik Andersen, while also hoping to continue a string of solid play in games on back-to-back nights.