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Ducks Tickets Deals for December

The Anaheim Ducks are currently sitting on top of NHL Western Division behind nineteen points from center Ryan Getzlaf, twelve goals from Corey Perry and Frederick Andresen’s goal tending. The Ducks Schedule for December will see two games within ten days against their rivals the San Jose Sharks, one of the Original Six Boston Bruins, two teams from up north the Canucks and Oilers as well as the Philadelphia Flyers all coming to the Honda Center.



December 1st vs Boston Bruins
High Price $110 | Low Price $32.00 | Average Price $53

The Ducks open up December at the Honda Center with against the currently in 6th place in the Eastern Division Boston Bruins on Dec 1st. in the first of two meetings for the season, the next will be at the TD Garden March 26th. The Bruins are ranked 16th in Goals for and 12th in Goals against. Ducks vs Bruins tickets have an average price of $53.00 dollars.
Best Deal: Sec 227 in the lower corner gives a great view of all the action coming with a low price of $65.00 it’s a great seat location and great place to watch the one of the original six!

December 3rd vs Philadelphia Flyers
High Price $140 | Low Price $20.00 | Average Price $37

The struggling Philadelphia Flyers come to Anaheim on Dec 3rd currently in 13th place in the Eastern Division ranked 16th in goals for and 22nd out of 30 teams in goal against. Flyers Jakub Voracek and Claude Giroux are both ranked in the top ten this season for points. Ducks vs Flyers tickets have an average price of $37.00.
Best Deal is section 428 for $20.00 it’s a great price for the budget minded Ducks or Flyers fan who just wants to see the action.

December 10 vs Edmonton Oilers
High Price $275.00 | Low Price $14.00 |Average Price $33.00
The Edmonton Oilers and Ducks will play the first of their four meetings during the regular season. The Oilers are ranked 25th of 30 in goals for and 30th of 30 in goals against and with only two wins in November. The average Ducks vs Oilers tickets price $33.00 for the Honda Center games.
Best Deal: Sec 425 is $14.00 per ticket making one of the cheapest ducks tickets price per ticket of the season.

Dec 22nd vs San Jose Sharks and Dec 31st vs San Jose Sharks
High Price $325.00 | Low Price $32.00 |Average Price $57.00

Ducks Promotional Giveaway Night: The Dec 22nd game is Surprise Puck #2 giveaway night.

Ducks rivals the San Jose Sharks will come to the Honda Center twice in month of December. The Sharks are currently sitting in 10th place in the NHL Western Conference and just a couple points away from jumping up to 6th place in the conference. The Ducks already faced off against the Sharks at home in October with the Ducks coming out with a 4-1 victory. These two meetings will be the second and third out of four meetings with the last being at the SAP Center at San Jose on Jan 29th. Sharks Tickets at the SAP against the Ducks have an average price of $80. per While Ducks vs Sharks Tickets at the Anaheim Honda Center the average price is $57.00 per ticket.
Best Deal: Sec 425 is $32.00 which is a great deal for those on a budget looking to got to a Anaheim Ducks game at the Honda Center, see a rivalry game and get a free puck souvenir.

December 10 vs Vancouver Canucks
High Price $295.00 | Low Price $32.00 |Average Price $34.00

This is the last time the Anaheim Ducks and Vancouver Canucks will face off at the Honda Center for the regular season. Vancouver is currently nipping at the Ducks tails for first place in the NHL Western Conference with only 2 points separating the Anaheim Ducks, Nashville Predators and the Canucks. Frederick Andresen will need to keep up his good play in net as the Canucks are currently ranked 6th in goals for out of 30 and Radim Vrbata tied for 6th with goals. The average price for Ducks vs Canucks tickets at the Honda Center is $34.00.
Best Deal: Sec 207 which is located behind the Ducks bench and is just off center ice for $195.00.

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Anaheim Ducks Keep On Flapping

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The roll continues for the Anaheim Ducks. After starting the week with an uncharacteristic home loss to the Winnipeg Jets, their first loss at Honda Center this season, the Ducks swept consecutive games with their Southern California rivals, the Los Angeles Kings. Thursday night’s win at Honda Center and Saturday’s victory in the first ever outdoor game at Dodger Stadium has given the Ducks a seven point lead on the Chicago Blackhawks for the top overall record in hockey. Anaheim has just six games before the near month-long break for the Sochi Olympic games, all but one at Honda Center. Ducks Tickets for all games at the Honda Center are on sale now.

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Week Recap: The Ducks returned home Tuesday night after a tough road swing to face the scrappy Winnipeg Jets. Cam Fowler opened the scoring for the Ducks just four minutes into the first period, only to see Winnipeg storm back on goals by Blake Wheeler, Andrew Ladd and Evander Kane to take a 3-1 lead. Nick Bonino would score his 16th of the season to pull the Ducks within a goal, but Anaheim was unable to solve the Jets further. The loss was the first home defeat of the season for the Ducks. Repeating the form they’ve shown all season the Ducks swept consecutive games versus the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday and Saturday. The Saturday game, the first ever outdoor game at Dodger Stadium, was won by the Ducks 3-0. Jonas Hiller shut out Los Angeles for his 20th career shutout while Corey Perry, Matt Beleskey and Andrew Cogliano scored for the Ducks, with Perry scoring his 28th goal of the year. The win was the 21st victory in 24 games for the Ducks, who’ve taken a commanding lead in the Pacific Division.

Ducks Schedule

Ducks Vs

The Week Ahead: The Ducks have an opportunity to extend their league-leading record with three games at home this week, Tuesday versus Minnesota, Thursday versus the Philadelphia Flyers and Saturday versus the Dallas Stars. All three teams are either out of the playoff race or fringe playoff contenders. The Wild, who are currently in 7th place in the Western Conference, feature are led by forward Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter. After a rough start the Philadelphia Flyers have rebounded and are currently tied for 8th in the Eastern Conference with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Philadelphia is led by Claude Giroux, one of the top centers in the league. Giroux leads Philadelphia with 47 points on the season. The Ducks play just one road game in their six games leading up to the Sochi Olympic games.

Where they stand: With 83 points the Ducks have the top overall record in hockey, seven points up on the Chicago Blackhawks for top overall record in the Western Conference and the National Hockey League. Anaheim is nine points up on the suddenly hot San Jose Sharks in the Pacific Division. San Jose has won their last six games.

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The LA Kings Arent Playing Like It

Kings Vs Ducks Tickets

Kings Vs Ducks

In a week where they badly needed to pick up some key victories the Los Angeles Kings are mired in perhaps their toughest stretch of the season, going winless over the past week to run their overall losing streak to five games. After losing consecutive road games in Boston and Columbus Los Angeles returned to Sourthern California and were swept in back-to-back games by their LA rivals, the league leading Anaheim Ducks. The second of the back-to-back contests was the much anticipated outdoor game at Dodger Stadium, taken by the Ducks 3-0.

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Kings Vs Ducks

Week Recap: Monday night the Kings lost a tough one in Boston to a solid Bruins team. Boston jumped on top 2-0 on first period goals by Brad Marchand and Torey Krug. The Kings fought back to tie the game on goals by Willie Mitchell and Jeff Carter, only to see Marchand score his second goal of the game just 18 seconds after Carter scored to tie the game at 2. The Bruins would hold on to the victory, and the Kings would go on to Columbus for the second half of a back-to-back. The Kings scored the first goal Tuesday night in Columbus on a tally by Dwight King only to see the Blue Jackets score consecutive first period goals by RJ Umberger and Ryan Johansen to go up 2-1. Jeff Carter notched his 20th goal of the season early in the second to tie the game at 2, but the Blue Jackets took control with three consecutive goals to put the game away. Martin Jones had a tough night in goal for the Kings. With three consecutive losses the Kings returned to Southern California for two with Anaheim. The Thursday and Saturday games were a big test and the chance for Los Angeles to make up ground on the NHL leaders. The two games, won by Anaheim via a combined score of 5-1 are an indication of just how strong of a club the Ducks have become. Anaheim is seemingly able to adapt to any opponents style, winning high scoring contests as well as gritty defensive games, like Thursday night at the Honda Center. The Kings were shut out Saturday night by the Ducks Jonas Hiller, putting the Ducks 19 points up on their division rivals.

Kings Schedule this week

Kings Vs

Up next for the Kings: The upcoming schedule doesn’t get any easier for the Kings. Los Angeles travels north to face the San Jose Sharks on Monday night, following by an immediate trip to Phoenix to take on the Coyotes on Tuesday night. They then round out the week by finally returning to STAPLES Center to face Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday and the Philadelpia Flyers on Saturday night. Pittsburgh’s trip to Los Angeles will give Kings fans their lone opportunity to see the universally regarded best player in hockey, Sidney Crosby. The Penguins star is on track to win yet another league MVP award this season.

Where they stand: With 64 points the Kings are in sixth place in the Western Conference, five points behind the Colorado Avalanche and twelve points behind the San Jose Sharks.

The Kings face off against the Ducks two more times at the Staples Center once on March 15th and then again on April 12! All Ducks Vs Kings Tickets have no service fees on any ticket. Chris Michaels

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Kings grab opener from Canucks

Los Angeles 4, Vancouver 2

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KINGS 4, CANUCKS 2: Dustin Penner snapped a tie with 3:14 remaining in the third period as visiting Los Angeles upset the Presidents’ Trophy winners in the opener of their Western Conference quarterfinal series.

Mike Richards recorded a goal and two assists, defenseman Willie Mitchell and captain Dustin Brown also scored and Jonathan Quick made 24 saves for the Kings, who outshot the Canucks 39-26.

Richards caused a turnover in the offensive zone and made a pass from the top of the left faceoff circle to Jeff Carter, who directed the puck across the slot with his skate. Penner quickly fired the puck past Roberto Luongo to give Los Angeles a 3-2 edge.

Brown sealed the victory with an empty-netter with 18 seconds remaining.

With Daniel Sedin sitting out his 10th straight game with a concussion, the Vancouver Canucks got on the board 4:17 into the first period on a questionable goal by Alex Burrows.

Burrows grabbed his own rebound in the high slot and fired it past Quick, who was knocked down moments earlier by Ryan Kesler. Quick’s protest fell on deaf ears, however, as Burrows was awarded his 17th career playoff goal.

Los Angeles answered during the first of its two 5-on-3 advantages in the session as Richards banked a shot from the bottom of the right faceoff circle off Luongo with 6 1/2 minutes remaining.

Former Canuck Mitchell gave the Kings a 2-1 lead with 3:27 left in the second when his blast from the left point deflected off Jannik Hansen’s stick and past Luongo with 39 seconds to go on Byron Bitz’s five-minute major for boarding.

Canucks blue-liner Alex Edler evened the contest with 7.3 seconds remaining in the second as his wrist shot from the right point hit a defender’s stick and sailed over Quick.

Kesler notched two assists and Luongo stopped 35 shots for the Canucks, who lost for the first time in nine playoff series openers.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Carter returned to the Kings’ lineup from an ankle injury and recorded a pair of assists. … Los Angeles defenseman Drew Doughty led all players with 28:18 of ice time. … Vancouver lost for only the second time with Sedin out of the lineup. … The Kings have won only four of their last 12 visits to Rogers Arena.

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Other scores yesterday, Flyers beat Penguins 4,3 and Predators beat Red Wings 3 to 2.