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Duck Tales: 'How to Score More' Edition

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A lot of talk around the NHL to increase goal scoring--bigger nets, smaller equipment

A goalie in smaller equipment tests a larger goal at a Research & Development Camp in 2005.
A goalie in smaller equipment tests a larger goal at a Research & Development Camp in 2005.
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DUCKS NEWS

  • Ducks recall Shea Theodore from San Diego. [Ducks]
  • Anaheim Ducks must show cautious optimism following win over Carolina. [Rant Sports]
  • Breakdown of the loss of Chris Wagner to a waiver claim. [Pucks of a Feather]
  • Clayton Stoner expected to enter plea deal for illegal bear hunting. [SI]

AROUND THE NHL

  • French players touched by support after Paris attacks. [ESPN]
  • Oh dear...not again. LA Kings goaltending prospect Patrick Bartosak is facing domestic assault charges. [Puck Daddy]
  • Sean McIndoe argues that calling more penalties won't fix NHL's scoring issue. [ESPN]
  • USHL's icing experiment could show NHL the way to boost scoring. [SI]
  • 30 Thoughts: Try bigger nets in the All-Star Game. [Sportsnet]
  • Dear NHL: Please don't mess with tradition by making nets bigger. [LA Times]
  • Is Patrick Marleau the next Ray Bourque? [ESPN]
  • This little kid knows how to enjoy hockey games. [Puck Daddy]
  • NHL Grab Bag (check out the 3rd star of comedy...Patty makes an appearance). [ESPN]
  • Pond Hockey Stories: Steven Stamkos. [Sportsnet]
  • NWHL's Kelli Stack - Stacked for Success. [The Hockey Writers]
  • Will next summer's NHL UFAs cash in big with the help of an increased salary cap? [Spector's Hockey]
  • Top 5 embarrassing NHL goals scored from long range. [The Hockey News]
  • Former Duck and NHLer Lubomir Visnovsky continues to play in the KHL. [IIHF]