4:56 PM EST, Tue December 01, 2015
The Province 20 hours ago
Kuzma: Ducks have laid egg five-on-five, Kesler says

Kuzma: Ducks have laid egg five-on-five, Kesler says

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Nobody has more fun off the ice than Ryan Kesler and Kevin Bieksa. But there’s nothing funny about what’s happening on the ice to the former Vancouver Canucks duo. The hilarity of the Anaheim Ducks’ “Between Two Zambonis” spoof that Kesler hosts and has become a YouTube curiosity — two comfortable chairs between two ice-surfacing machines, and plenty of bad questions for an unsuspecting Ducks teammate — has been tempered by the search for offence, consistency and victories.
On the Forecheck Nov 17, 2015

Mike Fisher knocks out Kevin Bieksa's tooth with his fist

Yee. Ouch. We here at On the Forecheck do not condone violence, but this is too awesome and gross not to share. The Nashville Predators started their game with the Anaheim Ducks in a very similar way the tilt against the Winnipeg Jets ended: chippy, with skaters trying to be macho and touch and grabbing and punching anything that moves. Kevin Bieksa and Mike Fisher got separated from a scrum, and decided to drop the gloves for some reason. Fisher threw out a nasty jab with his left hand and caught Bieksa square in the face. When he removed it from the crater he created, the Ducks'...
Anaheim Calling Nov 13, 2015

Duck Tales: The 'Questions and Injuries' Edition

Could Patrick Marleau come to Anaheim? Was the Kevin Bieksa acquisition a bad idea? Plus: An update on Clayton Stoner's legal trouble, and an updated injury report. DUCKS NEWS Patrick Marleau is rumored to want out of San Jose, and Anaheim just might be the right destination for him. [The Hockey Writers] Anaheim Ducks general manager Bob Murray was quick to acquire verteran Kevin Bieksa this offseason, but the move has not worked all to well just yet. [Pucks of a Feather] Jiri Sekac is expected to miss a few more weeks with an ankle injury. [CBS Sports] Clayton Stoner is expected to...
Orange County Register Nov 10, 2015
Ducks defenseman Kevin Bieksa finds his comfort zone

Ducks defenseman Kevin Bieksa finds his comfort zone

ANAHEIM – One hard-nosed veteran was replacing another hard-nosed veteran in the Ducks’ defense corps. Similar ages, similar demeanors. A seamless transition this was supposed to be. The new guy even had the benefit of being a right-handed shot,...

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