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  • Ducks send Emerson Etem to minors; Saku Koivu could return Friday

    The Ducks demoted young wings Emerson Etem and Devante Smith-Pelly to minor league Norfolk, Va., on Wednesday. Coach Bruce Boudreau said that though each of the 21-year-olds will benefit from increased playing time, the move is also a reminder of the...
  • Emerson Etem, Ducks home again tonight

    Emerson Etem, Ducks home again tonight
    The depth of talent on the Ducks’ roster means there’s less patience with mental slips by those on the edges. Forward Emerson Etem found that out two weeks ago when after a defensive miscue in Dallas, he was sent to minor-league Norfolk...
  • Friday's college and local roundup: Virginia Tech gains key running back commitment from Pa.

    Football recruiting: Running back Shai McKenzie of Washington, Pa., committed to Virginia Tech over Pittsburgh and Georgia Tech, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette announced. McKenzie, 5-foot-11 and 210 pounds, is rated the No. 13 running back and No. 233...
  • Thursday's multi-sport local roundup: Flying Squirrels name Morman manager; Admirals' Etem named AHL Player of Month

    Pro baseball: Russ Morman, 51, who had been the hitting coach at Triple-A Fresno (Calif.) for three years, was named the Double-A Richmond Flying Squirrels’ manager. Both of those teams are San Francisco Giants affiliates. In November, the...
  • Friday's college and local roundup: Apprentice wrestling coach, heavyweight reach 100-win milestones

    Colleges: Wrestling: Apprentice School coach Bruce Shumaker and heavyweight Ian Jones each reached 100-win milestones Friday, finishing the day with 101 as the Builders went 3-0 on the first day of the National Collegiate Wrestling Association...
  • Ducks set smaller goals to get past regret of last season's end

    Ducks set smaller goals to get past regret of last season's end
    The Ducks arrive in Anaheim for physicals Wednesday and the official opening of training camp Thursday with their coach vowing they won't obsess over the regret of how good they were and how agonizing their end was last season. Thanks to balanced...
  • Ducks look for usual fast start, but injuries may put brakes on that

    Ducks look for usual fast start, but injuries may put brakes on that
    There might be a magic formula to what Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau does to get his teams off to a fast start, but maintaining that trend will be remarkable if it happens again this season. While the Ducks are still stacked with a talented roster that won...
  • Ducks glad to have Francois Beauchemin back

    The banged-up Ducks defense was lifted Sunday by the return of veteran Francois Beauchemin, who played about 20 minutes in his first action since May knee surgery. Beauchemin had labored through the playoffs on a torn anterior cruciate ligament. "It's...
  • Jakob Silfverberg impresses on first day with Ducks

    Jakob Silfverberg impresses on first day with Ducks
    It's unfair to expect 22-year-old Jakob Silfverberg to immediately replace four-time 30-goal scorer Bobby Ryan on the Ducks' scoresheet or in the hearts of their fans. But Silfverberg, who had 10 goals and 19 points in 48 games with Ottawa last season,...
  • Kings' Dustin Brown acknowledges 'rust' but says his knee is 'solid'

    Kings' Dustin Brown acknowledges 'rust' but says his knee is 'solid'
    Kings captain Dustin Brown said Monday he was still working to "chip some of the rust off" after playing his first exhibition game Saturday and working hard through a morning practice. "My conditioning, the physical part is OK," said Brown, who...
  • End of Chris Pronger's career brings Ryan Getzlaf perspective

    End of Chris Pronger's career brings Ryan Getzlaf perspective
    A comment from Philadelphia Flyers General Manager Paul Holmgren that former Ducks defenseman Chris Pronger “is never going to play again”¬†was met by a tribute Wednesday from a former teammate who played with Pronger on the Ducks' Stanley Cup-...
  • Ducks' Bruce Boudreau wants more production from other than the first line

    addCustomPlayer('lgucfogqji5fz258vzbpvjoc', '', '', 600, 418, 'perflgucfogqji5fz258vzbpvjoc', 'eplayer15'); Coach Bruce Boudreau is an astute watcher of the NHL, and that's why even in the face of the astounding production by the Ducks' first line he...