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  • Offensive mind-set cushions' Ducks defensive hits

    The Ducks are middle-of-the-pack in allowing goals, tied for seventh in the Western Conference. Yet, given the losses they’ve suffered among defensemen, the ranking is admirable. The play of goalie Jonas Hiller and his backup, Frederik Andersen,...
  • Ducks assess loss to Blackhawks quickly as Blues await tonight

    ST. LOUIS -- Expecting another big challenge Saturday night here against the Blues, the Ducks quickly reflected on the flaws unearthed in their 4-2 loss Friday night to the defending Stanley Cup-champion Chicago Blackhawks. And they quickly said the...
  • Ducks' Jonas Hiller sick, will not play against Canucks

    Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller is too sick to start Wednesday night’s game against the Vancouver Canucks, putting his 14-game winning streak on hold before his team ventures to tough road games at Chicago and St. Louis. Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: No. 13 U.Va. women outplay No. 40 W&M in tennis

    Colleges: Women’s tennis: No. 13 Virginia won its season opener 5-2 against No. 40 William and Mary at McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center. W&M was missing injured starters Jeltje Loomans, a former NCAA singles qualifier, and Hope Johnson. At the...
  • Jonas Hiller a game-time decision for Ducks

    A sick Jonas Hiller missed Wednesday’s morning skate and is a game-time decision to play goalie for the Ducks against the Vancouver Canucks, meaning his 14-game winning streak may be next put to the test Friday against defending Stanley Cup-champion...
  • Ducks likely to rest streaking Jonas Hiller at Nashville

    NASHVILLE -- Jonas Hiller will take Thursday night off from the winning streak that has taken him into stratospheric levels. Ducks rookie goalie Frederik Andersen was first off the ice at Thursday’s morning skate in Bridgestone Arena, a strong...
  • Ducks move goalie Frederik Andersen to minors, call up John Gibson

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- A day after he beat the Nashville Predators, Ducks rookie goalie Frederik Andersen was sent down Friday to minor-league Norfolk (Va.), with rookie John Gibson pulled up for possibly his first NHL start. Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau...
  • Saturday's multi-sport local roundup: W&M women's gymnasts, both swimming teams earn home triumphs

    Colleges: Women’s gymnastics: William and Mary posted its best season-opening score of the last decade with a victory of 190.725 to 183.05 against Cortland State at Kaplan Arena on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Brittany Stover highlighted the...
  • Ducks' Teemu Selanne could play Wednesday

    That dreaded trip to the dentist's office turned out to be less unpleasant than anticipated for Teemu Selanne, who flashed new pearly whites Tuesday and declared he's "ready to go" for Wednesday night's Ducks' game against the Phoenix Coyotes. Selanne,...
  • Teemu Selanne will be back in Ducks' lineup Wednesday night

    Teemu Selanne will return to play for the Ducks on Wednesday night, Coach Bruce Boudreau confirmed following the team's morning skate at Honda Center. Selanne is expected to be activated for the 7 p.m. Pacific Division game against the hot Phoenix...
  • Ducks beat Canucks, 3-1, without Ryan Getzlaf, Jonas Hiller

    Take away their leading scorer and starting goalie, and the Ducks still win. Forced to adapt through a Sunday scratch of acknowledged leader Ryan Getzlaf (upper-body injury) and a last-minute illness to goalie Jonas Hiller, the Ducks weathered being...
  • West is best, again, and it's not close

    West is best, again, and it's not close
    The Western Conference has had a statistical edge over the East for a while, and it has produced the Stanley Cup champion in five of the last seven seasons and 11 of the last 17. The Detroit Red Wings' four titles contributed to that dominance, but...