The NHL today announced the complete Anaheim Ducks 2022-23 regular-season schedule presented by UCI Health. The Ducks will open the regular season at home for the eighth time in club history on Wednesday, Oct. 12 vs. the Seattle Kraken. Anaheim will begin its road schedule with a five-game trip when they visit the New York Islanders (Oct. 15), New York Rangers (Oct. 17), New Jersey Devils (Oct. 18), Boston Bruins (Oct. 20) and Detroit Red Wings (Oct. 23). Watch NFR Live Stream in 4k via Roku. Roku devices are popular cord-cutting gadgets that you can use for TV streaming services, and they are here to stay.
With the 2022 NHL Draft almost a week away, three local players have made their way into the Top 50 North American skater prospects, according to final rank of NHL Central Scouting. The Boston Bruins do not have a first round pick as a result of the March 19, 2022 trade with the Anaheim Ducks for Hampus Lindholm, but the team might be able to draft one of the local prospects in the second round with the 54th overall pick. Northeastern's Jack Hughes of Westwood, Mass. -- not to be confused with Jack Hughes on the New Jersey Devils -- is ranked at No. 26. The six-foot, 169-pound center is the son of the Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes. This past season at Northeastern, Hughes had seven goals and nine assists in 39 games. He is the highest-ranked NCAA player on NHL Central Scouting's final ranking. more: IIHF World Juniors Live
Came to say this, but found no one to enjoy it with.
Waiting for April 9th like
Australia - unfortunately - lost to the Netherlands this morning, to claim 2nd place in the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship (in Division II Group A). It was their first loss for the tournament, and part of what should be considered a successful campaign.
For those interested in Sports Science, particularly with regards to soccer, the LA galaxy are holding a symposium in May with some solid names. Register using the code SPORTSCIENCE18 for $50 off the price of admission.
Finally, for the first time ever, an Aussie is about to carve up the NHL. Sure its not Ducks news, but its still pretty damn exciting.
Just a reminder that starting with Sunday's 5 pm matchup with the Bakersfield Condors, San Diego Gulls games will now be broadcast on San Diego's Fox 5.
At least he still beat Jonathan Toews!