9:11 AM EST, Wed November 21, 2018
Anaheim Calling 7 hours ago
City of Anaheim approves new management deal for Honda Center

City of Anaheim approves new management deal for Honda Center

The new agreement will keep the Ducks in Anaheim for at least 25 more years Since opening its doors on June 19th, 1993 for a Barry Manilow concert, Honda Center (then called the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim) has been the home of the Anaheim Ducks. Numerous concerts, hundreds of basketball games, miscellaneous events from WWE to bull riding, thousands of hockey games, and a Stanley Cup later, the desire for the Ducks to stay in the building remains. On Tuesday evening, a new agreement between the City of Anaheim and Anaheim Arena Management was approved by Anaheim City Council by a vote of...
OC Register 14 hours ago
Ducks, with Fowler, Lindholm out, rely on young defense

Ducks, with Fowler, Lindholm out, rely on young defense

Coach Randy Carlyle played four rookies in his injury-depleted defense corps Sunday against Colorado, and he's likely to do it again for Wednesday's game against Vancouver.
Anaheim Calling 21 hours ago
Who Is Pontus Aberg and Where Did He Come From?

Who Is Pontus Aberg and Where Did He Come From?

The waiver-wire pickup has unexpectedly burst onto the scene in Anaheim this season On October 1st, two days before the dawn of a new season, Anaheim Ducks’ General Manager Bob Murray made a curious move in acquiring a young Swedish right-winger by the name of Pontus Aberg off of waivers from the Edmonton Oilers. While the team had three right wingers out at the time in Patrick Eaves, Ondrej Kase, and Corey Perry, it was pretty much a given that prospects Troy Terry and Kiefer Sherwood would join the likes of Jakob Silfverberg and Rickard Rakell to fill out the roster on that side. The...
OC Register Nov 19, 2018
Ducks coach Randy Carlyle finds there’s still work to be done, even on a day off

Ducks coach Randy Carlyle finds there’s still work to be done, even on a day off

Carlyle doesn't hit golf balls or tennis balls to take out his frustrations during a rocky start to the season. Instead, he works harder in his quest to improve the struggling team's play.
Anaheim Calling Nov 19, 2018
Hold your Nose and Swallow

Hold your Nose and Swallow

The Ducks have run out of options, and pretending they don’t have a sickness is only hurting the fans There has been increasingly vocal commentary this season as to the state of the Ducks. While their decline has been somewhat unavoidable, the second consecutive season with multiple big name injuries has taken a toll on a fan base who have become accustomed to the “good times.” After six consecutive playoff seasons, many of the newer fans may not recall a time when their beloved team ever struggled like they’re currently perceived to be struggling. “How long have you felt this...