2015 Season In Review
Season In Review: Ryan Getzlaf
Getzlaf does everything a captain needs to do and had a quality year for the Ducks, leading them offensively in both the regular season and a franchise record-setting playoff.
Season In Review: Corey Perry
With another year in the books, Corey Perry continued to master the role of getting into opponents' heads while getting pucks into their net.
Season In Review: Ryan Kesler
Ryan Kesler came to the Anaheim Ducks in the offseason with a pretty steep price tag attached, but proved to be worth every penny as an invaluable addition to a remarkable campaign.
Season In Review: Patrick Maroon
The big bodied American forward improved his point total in his second full NHL season, and come playoff time scored tied for third most goals on the Ducks. Find out why the 'Big Dog' figures to keep eating in Anaheim.
Season In Review: Frederik Andersen
With a full season as starter under his belt, has Anaheim's goaltender Frederik Andersen proven his talent enough to silence the naysayers? YET?
Season In Review: Hampus Lindholm
On a blue line stacked with highly-talented youngsters, Hampus Lindholm took major strides this season to separate himself from the rest of them as the best of the lot.
Season In Review: Jakob Silfverberg
The big piece of the Bobby Ryan trade plied his wares earning a vital second line, two-way role in his second season with the Ducks. The 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs were a real coming out party for him.
Season In Review: Cam Fowler
Cam Fowler played top 4 minutes paired with a number of defensemen for the Ducks. When things settled he and Simon Despres became a reliable second pair that has potential to become the top pair this season.
Season in Review: Andrew Cogliano
Cogliano took a few steps backwards this season from a statistical standpoint, but he remains a vital piece to an evolving Ducks lineup with speed, ferocious forechecking and special teams ability.
Season in Review: Sami Vatanen
The Finnish defenseman set career highs playing on the third defensive pairing with Clayton Stoner, especially earning his keep as a lethal contributor on the power play.
Season In Review: Nate Thompson
The "Alaskan Assassin," Nate Thompson, became a faceoff fiend for Anaheim last season, so how does the rest of his game stack up?
Season In Review: Rickard Rakell
The young Ducks center saw a mediocre start to the season explode into a showcase of talent and possession-filled hockey late in the year, bringing much hope to fans and stats nerds everywhere for his potentially bright future.
Year In Review: Clayton Stoner
Clayton wasn't the best Anaheim defenseman, but he did what was asked. Find out about how he complimented Sami Vatanen with physical play and more.
Season In Review: Matt Beleskey
The hard working forward put up a career year for the Ducks in 2014-15, topping the 20-goal mark for the first time. His solid season and equally so playoffs ended up being his ticket out of town though, as he signed with the Bruins in the offseason.
Season In Review: Tim Jackman
The rough and tumble fourth line winger was more than just a physical presence in 2014-15, as Tim Jackman always seemed to be able to create a surprising amount of chances for a player with such a grinding pedigree.
Season in Review: Francois Beauchemin
The grizzled veteran of the Anaheim blueline had yet another respectable season on paper but started to show some signs of his age. As a result Bob Murray saw fit to let his longest-tenured defenseman walk away at the start of free agency.
Season In Review: Ben Lovejoy
Given the opportunity to grow and thrive in Anaheim, Ben Lovejoy did just that for the better part of two-plus seasons. This past year he overcame a hand injury but saw his time in the OC come to a close, returned to Pittsburgh for Simon Despres.
Season in Review: John Gibson
A look back at the season for the young man who's been hailed as the next savior in the crease for the Anaheim Ducks.
Season in Review: Jiri Sekac
A closer look at Anaheim's speedy left wing, Jiri Sekac, who shows promising potential for the upcoming season after coming over from Montreal and falling into Boudreau's revolving door of line combinations.
Season In Review: Devante Smith-Pelly
After a breakout playoff in 2013-14, Smith-Pelly failed to follow up the following season and was shipped out to Montreal for Jiri Sekac. Find out why he became expendable for the Ducks, and how the trade helped reshape the team.
Season in Review: Simon Després
The young defenseman was acquired from Pittsburgh at the trade deadline and played alongside Cam Fowler in the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs, and proved to be a high quality partner for the Ducks young defenseman.
Season In Review: Emerson Etem
Emerson Etem had an unconventional breakout year, but nobody noticed. Find out how, and why it's possible the Ducks sold too early.
Season In Review: Josh Manson
When injuries and illnesses opened up the spot for one of management's favorite prospects, Josh Manson showed exactly why. Find out about the defensive defenseman's first full professional season, split between Norfolk and Anaheim.
Season In Review: Rene Bourque
On the plus side, bringing in Bourque meant no more Bryan Allen. On the minus side, he didn't really add anything. Find out about about his 30-game stay with the Ducks, complete with minimal production and complaining after being shipped out.
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2014-15 Player Seasons In Review
We take a look back on how the 2014-15 season went for all 40 players to dress in an Anaheim Ducks sweater, from debutants like Max Friberg, the departed like Matt Beleskey, to the cornerstones like Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf.
Season In Review: William Karlsson
A closer look at "Wild Bill" and his 2014-15 season split between two teams in the NHL and two teams in the AHL.
Season In review: Tomas Fleischmann
The Butcher was acquired near the trade deadline, and became a lwoer line center fro much of the 1015 playoff run. Find out about how he impacted the Ducks here.
Season in Review: James Wisniewski
The big trade deadline pickup for the Ducks only played 13 games after returning from injury and was benched throughout the playoffs in favor of Clayton Stoner???
Season In Review: Eric Brewer
Brewer made a short visit in Anaheim, and left with little fanfare. Find out what he did as an attempted injury fill-in, as well as a quick examination of what dealing him got the Ducks.
Season in Review: Mark Fistric
Injury plus the emergence of young talent made Fistric's last go-round in Anaheim a brief one. Remember some of his black and blue moments over his two years in a Ducks jersey.
Season In Review: Chris Wagner
Another of the Ducks debuts saw Wagner earn not only some solid time with the big club after tying for the Norfolk Admirals lead in scoring, but injury circumstances allowed him to appear in a pair of playoff games as well.