The Anaheim Ducks remain in first place in the NHL Western Conference with their win over the Boston Bruins in overtime. Center Ryan Getzlaf scored with 1:51 left in overtime. Anaheim is currently 5-5 in their last ten games and if the playoffs started today the first round would be the Ducks and Los Angeles Kings rematch of last season.
With just a couple games left in the NHL regular season the Ducks have a three point lead on the second place Nashville Predators for first place in the NHL Western Conference. If the playoffs started today the Ducks would face off against the Winnipeg Jets in the first round. The Ducks and Jets have met three times during the regular season with Anaheim winning all three meetings.
With just two games to go in the regular NHL season the Anaheim Ducks still flying high and looking to finish with the best record in the regular season. With the best record the Ducks would win the President’s Trophy but more important this would give Anaheim home ice at the Honda Center throughout the NHL playoffs. The Ducks are poised to win the NHL Pacific Division which could set up a first round face off against their biggest rival the Los Angeles Kings.
The NHL Western Conference Finals will feature the Anaheim Ducks and the Chicago Blackhawks after Anaheim defeated the Calgary Flames in the second round on Sunday. So far the Ducks are 8-1 in the NHL playoffs and looking forward to the Western Conference Finals. The last time Anaheim made it to the Conference Finals was in the 2006-2007 season. It’s also the last time they won the Stanley Cup. Jakob Silfverberg has been outstanding during the playoffs for Anaheim with his three goals and six assists.
The Anaheim Ducks will have four months to figure things out as they lost game seven to the Chicago Blackhawks at the Honda Center. The Ducks have now become the first team in NHL history to lose game seven on home ice in three consecutive NHL seasons. Anaheim will have to first look and decide if they are going to stay with Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau. While his NHL regular season record as the Ducks coach has been impressive Anaheim has yet to reach the Stanley Cup under his leadership. The Ducks were exciting to watch throughout the entire season as well as the Stanley Cup playoffs, very high scoring and have won a lot of games under him but without the Trophy returning to Anaheim yet once again is it time to make some changes starting at the top?
Anaheim signed defenseman Marcus Petterson to a three year entry level contract which begins in the Ducks 2015-2016 season. Petterson was selected by Anaheim in the 2014 NHL draft in the second round and has been playing in the Swedish Hockey League for the 2014-2015 season. Center Nate Thompson underwent successful shoulder surgery this week. Thompson has been in the NHL for eight seasons with last season being his first with the Ducks. Center Ryan Getzlaf will not need surgery on his sports hernia. Getzlaf has been with Anaheim for all 10 seasons of his career and will be ready for the 2015 – 2016 Anaheim Ducks opener.
The Anaheim Ducks were just one game from the Stanley Cup playoff and will be looking to the off season and hopefully be keeping the team intact. One of the off season moves that Anaheim might be looking to make is going after Colorado Avalanche Ryan O’Reilly. If the Ducks can score Ryan during the off season it will give them a fifty points per season player as well as add some depth to the middle or an extremely strong first line if Anaheim plays him at the left wing position. The Ducks could trade their 27th pick in the NHL Draft to go after O’Reilly or could draft a right winger such as Brock Boeser who spent the last season with the Waterloo Blackhawks.
The 2015-2016 Anaheim Ducks schedule will open up with the Vancouver Canucks making a visit to the Honda Center on Monday October 12th. Last season the Ducks and Canucks meet three times at the Honda Center with Anaheim walking away with two out of the three visits by Vancouver. The rest of the Anaheim Ducks schedule will be available soon.
With the 2015-16 Anaheim Ducks game schedule out here is a look at some of the biggest games at the Honda Center during their season.
October 12th – Anaheim Ducks home opener against the Vancouver Canucks.
November 27th – Anaheim Ducks Chicago Blackhawks at the Honda Center.
December 4th – San Jose Sharks face the Ducks at the Honda Center
January 17th – First Ducks vs Kings game of the season at the Honda Center
February 02nd – Ducks and Sharks second game on home ice for Anaheim.
February 28th The Ducks and LA Kings face off in Anaheim.
March 16th – The New York Rangers come to Anaheim to face off against the Ducks.
April 5th – The Anaheim Ducks final game of the 2015-2016 NHL schedule against the Jets.
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NHL Western Conference Pacific Division
The Anaheim Ducks play in the Western Conference Pacific Division with such teams as the Arizona Coyotes, Calgary Flames, Los Angeles Kings, Edmonton Oilers, Vancouver Canucks and the San Jose Sharks. Two of the Anaheim Ducks biggest rivals are both in the Pacific Division and both in California as the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks have met up against the Ducks multiple times during the season as well as the NHL playoffs. All games against fellow Pacific Division rivals have a lot on the line besides just bragging rights they are all competing for the home ice during the NHL playoffs.
Anaheim Ducks Schedule
The Anaheim Ducks February schedule at the Honda Center will feature the visits from the Carolina Hurricanes on February 3rd followed by Eastern Conference Washington Capitals. The Capitals are currently in 6th place in the conference. The Tampa Bay Lightning will come to the Honda Center February 18th. The Detroit Redwings currently on top of the Eastern Conference will face off with the Ducks on Feb 23rd. The Ottawa Senators will come to Anaheim on Feb 25th. The Ducks schedule in February will close with the Los Angeles Kings on February 27th which is also a Surprise Puck Night at the Honda Center.
The Ducks March Schedule of games at the Honda Center will start off on March 4th against the Canadiens. The game will also be a special Ducks Tote Bag giveaway night. The Eastern Conference Pittsburgh Penguins will make their only appearance on March 6th followed by the Nashville Predators on March 15th. The LA Kings will make their last visit on the Ducks schedule March 18th. The Colorado Avalanche will close out the Ducks March Schedule on the 20th.
The Anaheim Ducks schedule in April will see three regular season games before the Ducks Playoffs begin. The Edmonton Oilers on April 1st, Colorado Avalanche on April 3rd and to close out the Ducks schedule of regular season game the Dallas Stars will play April 8th which is the last Promotion of the year Surprise Puck #4.
Anaheim Ducks Ticket prices for the Honda Center regular season games average $65.00 per ticket. The cheapest Ducks tickets averaged $27.00 during the regular season. The most expensive average ticket was $76.00 per ticket.
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