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Duck Tales: The 'Defense and Goaltending Will Set Us Free' Edition

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Plus Teemu opens a new shop, trade rumors, and a party at center ice.

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DUCK TALES

  • Teemu Selanne has opened an additional shop selling meats and candies. [LA Times]
  • With the Anaheim Ducks' woes on offense continuing, it has been the defense and goaltending that has started to turn things around for this team. [The Hockey Writers]
  • Why John Gibson should be in your fantasy league. [NHL.com]
  • The Fourth Period wants to trade Cam Fowler to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for James van Riemsdyk. Okaayyy.... [The Fourth Period]
  • Chris Stewart didn't let obstacles derail his NHL dream. [Daily News]
  • The Ducks will host a center ice party on December 14 to benefit the Orangewood Children's Foundation. [Anaheim Ducks]

AROUND THE NHL

  • Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban will be wearing personalized skates against the Boston Bruins for the Winter Classic on Jan. 1 in Foxborough, Mass. Money raised from a raffle will go to families financially devastated by a child's illness. [CBC]
  • Wayne Gretzky thinks that Patrick Kane might break his record points streak. [Puck Daddy]
  • The NWHL suspended defender Molly Engstrom of the Connecticut Whale on Thursday for one game after a cross-check and a punch to the head of Meghan Duggan of the Buffalo Beauts. [Puck Daddy]
  • The Vancouver Canucks have a big void to fill on their blue-line after Dan Hamhuis suffered a facial fracture when he took a slapshot to the face in Wednesday night's 2-1 win over the visiting New York Rangers. He will have surgery today. [CBC]
  • A James Neal dive elicits an NSFW response from an NHL ref. [CBC]
  • New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist is succeeding this season through a more relaxed mental approach and additional offseason preparation. [NHL.com]