The Anaheim Ducks have won the Pacific Division for four years in a row, and will face the Nashville Predators in the first round of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs after defeating the Washington Capitals 2-0 in the final game of the regular season.
Against a team they'd yet to defeat this season, and whom had given them issues on special teams, the league's best units lived up to their billing. Anaheim scored twice on the power play and killed 6 of 7 penalties to defeat Colorado 5-3.
One game after losing for the first time in 11 games, the Anaheim Ducks had their road win streak and point streaks snapped simultaneously with a terrible 3-0 loss to the Colorado Avalanche.
Five different goal scorers as well as offensive contributions from 12 different players helped Anaheim improve to 3-1-1 on their current road trip.
The Ducks bounced back to earn a split in their back-to-back games in the Keystone State.
The Anaheim Ducks scored the first three goals of the game, en route to a comfortable, impressive 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings Thursday night at STAPLES CENTER. Anaheim chases Quick as Getzlaf, Perron lead dominant win over division leader.
Six different Ducks made their mark in the goal column as Anaheim set a season-high for offensive production en route to a 6-2 victory over the Boston Bruins.
Anaheim's new look forward lines continued their production as the Ducks took a 4-3 win against Detroit.
It wasn't Anaheim's prettiest performance of the season, or even one we're going to put on the season-ending shortlist but the Ducks head east with two vital points in their back pocket.
Shea Theodore's third period power play goal, his first career tally, unleashed a torrent of scoring late as the Anaheim Ducks skated away from the Ottawa Senators 4-1 on Wednesday night at Honda Center.
The Ducks dedicated themselves defensively to smother the Flames and earn a critical pair of Pacific Division points. Shawn Horcoff's second period goal was all Anaheim needed to snap Calgary's franchise record tying 11 game home winning streak.
With divisional opponents stumbling over the weekend, the Anaheim Ducks non-conference game against the Pittsburgh Penguins took on special standings implications. Big names of Crosby, Malkin and Kessel created all of one goal in a vital Ducks win.
The Ducks and Sharks have now played three games against each other this season, and in each of those games a different goaltender has posted a shutout. On October 10th it was Martin Jones, on November 11th Anton Khudobin, and tonight it was Gibson.
On and evening with the stands full of Jedi and Sith, the Duck side simply couldn't find a way to bullseye one more womp rat. Ben Bishop made 32 saves to hold off the Anaheim Ducks as the Tampa Bay Lightning completed the season series sweep.
With the opportunity to climb a spot in the Pacific Division, the Anaheim Ducks instead slid backward. Goals in the first and second periods put the Ducks behind a deficit they could never level as the Arizona Coyotes took a 4-2 win Wednesday night.
Ryan Getzlaf ties franchise record with five-point night, Rickard Rakell and Corey Perry each score twice. Getzlaf assisted on all five goals as the Anaheim Ducks rallied with three goals in the third period to douse the Calgary Flames 5-3.
After watching a hot goalie stymie a comeback the last time out, the Ducks weren't about to allow another quality crease performance undo a dominant effort. Anaheim put together the elusive '60 minute effort' to notch second win of road trip.
Anaheim could never get over the hump, hurt by a soft goal against by Frederik Andersen and stonewalled by Pekka Rinne in defeat. Find out how it was one of the team's better performances despite coming up empty on points for the result.