2015 Free Agency and Trades
All of the offseason roster moves by the Ducks, including free agent signings, releases, trades, and more.
The final RFA forward domino of the offseason falls as Carl Hagelin signed with Anaheim for a 4 year deal worth $4 mil. AAV. A speedy winger with penalty kill prowess, he looks to add a forechecking and board battle presence to go with his wheels.
In a new feature we'll take on issues raised in articles around the web about the Ducks, the NHL, and hockey in general. For the debut edition the question is raised whether the Ducks did enough to keep Matt Beleskey- see why they did plenty.
Who broadcasts for six hours straight on the opening of free agency? Your pals at 'Anaheim Calling: The Podcast', that's who! Listen to the whole show, broken down into hour long pieces, to hear analysis on the signings, Ducks impacts, calls and more
While other teams make big waves on the first day of free agent signing, the Ducks were content to make a pair of NHL roster moves. Find out about Shawn Horcoff's potential role, Kevin Bieksa's extension, and Beleskey and Beauchemin's moves onward.
The opening of free agency is always crazy, and this season Eric and Kyle will be bringing you live coverage of all the action as it goes down. Keep up with the latest signings+trades, interact with the guys, and much more! Listen LIVE on Wednesday!
In a move that signals the end of Francois Beauchemin's time in Anaheim, the Ducks dealt a 2016 second round draft pick to the Vancouver Canucks for defenseman Kevin Bieksa. Check out out full coverage of the move, and what it means for Anaheim.
GM Bob Murray was busy on Saturday, doubling the Ducks haul of prospects from the second day of the draft while acquiring Carl Hagelin and Anton Khudobin. Find out why Anaheim parted Kyle Palmieri, Emerson Etem, and James Wisniewski, & what they got.