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Duck Tales: Game Players & Changers Edition

Ducks seem to be in high spirits as they continue their series against Calgary.

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[Ed. Note:  Most of these links pre-date last night's overtime loss to Calgary -CK]


  • NHL dodges a bullet thanks to Johnny Hockey and Mikael Backlund [Globe and Mail]
  • Colin Campbell explains why it was not conclusive [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • Ryan Getzlaf named finalist for Mark Messier Leadership Award. [Ducks]
  • Shea Theodore wins the Bill Hunter Trophy as the WHL's Best Defenseman [@TheWHL]
  • Red-hot Ducks staying focused on the task at hand. [Ducks]
  • Flames lack size to compete with Ducks. [Sportsnet]
  • Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau wisely takes nothing for granted. [The Star]
  • Boudreau on Cogliano: 'He sparks a comeback with his energy.' [Fox Sports]
  • Ironman Andrew Cogliano does it all for the Anaheim Ducks. [Los Angeles Daily News]
  • Patrick Maroon: Game Changer. [ESPN]
  • Perry Enjoying Playoff Success for Ducks. [Ducks]
  • Ducks' Corey Perry has been relentless in the playoffs. [LA Times]
  • Corey Perry enjoying playoff success for the Ducks. [NHL]
  • Touting Getzlaf and Kesler for their leadership qualities. [LA Times]
  • Maroon Getting Job Done Playing on Ducks Top Line. [Ducks]
  • At 21, Ducks defenseman Hampus Lindholm looks like a special player in the making. [OC Register]
  • Kyle Palmieri featured on ESPN's Hockey Today Podcast here.
  • Ducks' Tomas Fleischmann back waiting in wings. [OC Register]
  • Calgary Flames defenseman Deryk Engelland credits Bruce Boudreau for NHL success. [Calgary Sun]
  • Getzlaf tries hair replacement solutions. [ProHockeyTalk]