2015-16 Game Previews
Roadie with a southern flair opens against a scuffling Hurricanes side that has lost their last two in overtime, and five of their last six overall. Find out about Gulls call-ups Ritchie and Sgarbossa, and why there won't be many PP chances for ANA.
Anaheim closes a stretch of six of seven games at home before beginning a four game road trip. Do we see more of Rakell with Getzlaf and Perry? What about the Islanders offensive struggles in the month of November?
Anaheim looks to continue to pile up points at home, facing an Oilers side diminished by not having their first overall pick Connor McDavid healthy.
Feeling themselves with four straight wins, Getzlaf, Perry and the Ducks look to keep it going against the Coyotes. Find out about Twins dominance against AZ, why the reconfigured defense is looking better, Domi + Duclair, Smith struggles and more.
Anaheim looks to add to a two-game winning streak against a Columbus team on the second leg of a back-to-back. Find out which forwards the Ducks are still waiting on to score, as well as who's turned it on under Tortorella for the Jackets.
The Florida Panthers have opened the season well, so we spoke w/ fellow SBN affiliate Litter Box Cats to get the local perspective on them. Find out about their important youth, how they've meshed with veterans, playoff aspirations and more.
After a one game over the past five days, the Ducks get ready for a run of three in four nights beginning with welcoming the Florida Panthers. Find out about the fellow 1993 expansion mates, who boast a roster loaded with young talent.
Exploring the "Ducks playing better in losses" analysis, with a clear most valuable player emerging for the Ducks. Find out who it is, and the reasons for his importance. Then it's a brief look at the coming opponents this week.
It's been a strong start for the Dallas Stars, so we spoke w/ fellow SBN affiliate Defending Big D to get the local perspective on them. Find out about the goalie situation, offseason acquisitions, Klingberg deal, and 'most dangerous line in hockey'.
It's the start of what schedule-wise is the second toughest road trip of the season, as the Ducks look to build momentum off their first win of the year. Find out about early defensive issues, as well as a potential matchup to exploit vs the Preds.
The first homestand of the season is in the books; take a look at the underlying numbers for the Ducks and what they point at needing improvement. Then it's a brief preview of the first two games of the coming five game Central Division road trip.
Regulation unbeaten Minnesota comes calling before the Ducks head out on a five game Central Division road trip. In an offensive funk much like the Mighty Ducks put the Wild in during the '03 WCF, is tonight the night the offense wakes up?
With the Ducks struggling to score goals, perhaps the early defensive deficiencies of the Colorado Avalanche are exactly what they need to get the offense on track.
Game three of a four game homestand will see the Ducks unveil their new orange third jersey, while also attempt to collect their first win of the season. They face an Avalanche team that has been up-and-down through the first three games of the year.
Anaheim is in franchise low territory for goal scoring to start a season, and will look to get in gear against an Arizona team that has already beaten LA and Pittsburgh. Find out about recent games, last year's series, Arizona's rookie duo and more.