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Pacific Division (NHL)

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  • Coach hedges, but Ducks' goalie John Gibson looks like starter

    With an opportunity to clinch a second consecutive Pacific Division championship by beating the San Jose Sharks tonight, Ducks’ 20-year-old rookie John Gibson was first off the ice at today’s morning skate. Throughout the season, with the...
  • Ducks claim division crown with 5-2 win over Sharks

    The Ducks believe their second consecutive Pacific Division title is different from last year's, which was soured by a first-round playoff exit. That difference is added grit. Fittingly, on the night Anaheim clinched the division title Wednesday...
  • Ducks' Corey Perry doesn't let up as he comes through in the clutch

    He's scored from his knees and while being pushed into a barrel roll. Ducks forward Corey Perry has eight two-goal games, nine game-winning goals and he's let four games or more pass only twice this season without slapping the puck into the net. "He...
  • Teemu Selanne won't face Kings; regular-season farewell set for Sunday

    Right wing Teemu Selanne will not be in the Ducks’ lineup when they face the Kings on Saturday at Staples Center but will play in his final NHL regular-season game Sunday, when the Ducks host the surging Colorado Avalanche. The 43-year-old Finn,...
  • Some good clubs will be out of NHL playoffs early

    The Colorado Avalanche rose from the dregs of a 29th-place finish last season to win the Central Division title, and the St. Louis Blues collapsed late in the regular season and lost their chance to finish atop the Central, Western Conference and the...
  • Bruce Boudreau believes he's ready to fulfill dream of winning the Cup

    Bruce Boudreau believes he's ready to fulfill dream of winning the Cup
    Maybe a man who has steered his teams to six regular-season division titles but never gotten one past a second-round playoff series is supposed to keep quiet about his longing to hold the Stanley Cup. That’ll never be Bruce Boudreau. The Ducks...
  • Ducks confident whether they play Kings or Sharks in Round 2

    No matter if it’s the Kings or San Jose Sharks awaiting in the second round of the NHL Western Conference playoffs, the top-seeded Ducks have reasons to feel confident in the match-up. The Kings, trying to pull off a near-miraculous rally from...
  • Bruce Boudreau won't say which goalie will start for Ducks

    Bruce Boudreau won't say which goalie will start for Ducks
    The Ducks' goalie who will start the second-round playoff series at Honda Center this week is known by Bruce Boudreau, but the coach is declining to reveal his identity. Jonas Hiller was the primary regular-season starter for the Western Conference's...
  • Kings simply had more bite than Sharks

     Kings simply had more bite than Sharks
    SAN JOSE — When there was every reason to give up, the Kings continued to fight. When they had every excuse to moan about the San Jose Sharks being too fast and too big and too deadly at creating outnumbered rushes — all of which was true in...
  • Ryan Getzlaf joins Sidney Crosby, Claude Giroux as Hart finalists

    The NHL announced Thursday that Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf, Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby and Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers are finalists for the NHL’s Hart Trophy, awarded to the league’s MVP. Getzlaf, 28, had 31...
  • Ducks get some lucky bounces in 5-2 victory over Nashville

    NASHVILLE — Corey Perry days earlier said one of the factors bedeviling the Ducks during their 10-game rut was that the puck wasn't bouncing the team's way. That changed Saturday night, as two Ducks' passes were deflected off Nashville players...
  • Maybe the Kings, who win third in a row, needed that Olympic break

    CALGARY, Canada -- Given the way the Kings stumbled into the NHL's Olympic break — with the league's worst record over the final 10 games — it was clear they had to set a different tone coming of out of it. And it took them less than 24...