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Pacific Division (NHL)

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Top Pacific Division (NHL) Articles

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  • Ducks pull off greatest comeback in team history to beat Jets, 5-4

    Every team wants to believe it has a no-quit attitude, but on a flat Monday, trailing by four goals, getting outshot, 25-6, the Ducks had reason to believe their night was kaput. “Miracles happen in this league,” said Ducks Coach Bruce...
  • Kings learned a lesson in desperation in loss to Wild on Monday

    Desperate Hockey Teams, Part II. The other entry in the three-way battle between Minnesota, Phoenix and Dallas for two wild-card playoff spots in the Western Conference, the Coyotes, visits the Kings on Wednesday night. It's no coincidence that...
  • Ducks FYI: Team of destiny? They'll have to wait and see

    It took an ear-splitting scolding from Coach Bruce Boudreau, a game-turning hit by team leader Ryan Getzlaf, an amazing save by goalie Frederik Andersen, a power-play conversion, and Corey Perry’s won’t-be-denied rush to the net. But was...
  • Thrilling Ducks victory over Oilers doesn't thrill Coach Bruce Boudreau

    Their coach might be sounding alarms, but the Ducks continued to thrill Wednesday. A game after they rallied from a team-record four-goal deficit, Anaheim wiped away the Edmonton Oilers' two-goal, third-period lead and won their 50th game, 3-2, at Honda...
  • Ducks' Frederik Andersen deserves rookie honor mention, coach says

    Ducks' Frederik Andersen deserves rookie honor mention, coach says
    Whether Frederik Andersen will start a fourth consecutive game as the Ducks' goalie Friday versus the Nashville Predators is something Coach Bruce Boudreau kept to himself Thursday. But when asked whether Andersen belongs in the conversation about NHL...
  • Kings lose Drew Doughty before falling to Sharks, 2-1

    SAN JOSE — Coming attractions? The Kings and the Sharks again staged an entertaining, hard-hitting hockey game — perhaps a sneak peek of a potential playoff series between these intense California rivals — which San Jose won, 2-1....
  • Kings coach downplays severity of Drew Doughty's injury

    Kings coach downplays severity of Drew Doughty's injury
    VANCOUVER, Canada¬†— The panicked hue and cry from the Kings' fan base when defenseman Drew Doughty left Thursday's game in San Jose was almost like that bleak November night in Buffalo when goalie Jonathan Quick suffered a serious groin injury....
  • Ducks can't stage comeback in 5-2 loss to Predators

    Almost as impressively as the Nashville Predators hovered around the net Friday, the Ducks circled around their beaten veteran goaltender Jonas Hiller after a 5-2 trouncing at Honda Center. Hiller, returning from a three-game hiatus that Coach Bruce...
  • Ben Lovejoy flourishes for Ducks on defense

    Whether it's the opponent's top scorer or the Ducks' mood, defenseman Ben Lovejoy has proven in his breakout season he has a firm handle on it. A confluence of greater maturity and an appreciation of the disparity between Lovejoy's prior NHL job and the...
  • Ducks goalie John Gibson to make NHL debut in big game versus Canucks

    Ducks goalie John Gibson to make NHL debut in big game versus Canucks
    VANCOUVER, Canada -- In the Ducks’ most significant game of the season so far, they will start a 20-year-old making his NHL debut in goal. Rookie John Gibson, promoted from minor-league Norfolk on Saturday following a blow to the head sustained by...
  • Ducks' goalie John Gibson posts shutout in NHL debut

    VANCOUVER, Canada — It was a bold stroke by Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau, putting 20-year-old John Gibson in goal for his NHL debut Monday night with a division title in the balance. Sixty complete minutes of hockey later by Gibson and his...
  • Ducks' motivation is winning the division

    The way the Ducks tell it, their interest in beating the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday is rooted mostly in the perks of what accompanies winning the Pacific Division and not about avoiding a first-round playoff series against the Kings. “No one&...