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Ducks November Schedule of games

Ducks November Schedule 2015

Ducks November Schedule 2015

The Anaheim Ducks are starting to finally get in a groove as they have won four straight games and are 5-4-1 in their last ten games. The Anaheim Ducks are currently sitting in eleventh place in the Western Conference just two points behind the eighth place San Jose Sharks and ten points behind the Western Conference leaders the Dallas Stars. Still very early in the 2015-16 NHL regular season the Ducks can make up some quick ground with the six games left in the Ducks November schedule at the Honda Center.

Anaheim Ducks November Discount CodeArizona Coyotes @ Anaheim Ducks November 9th
Price Range $15.00 – $94.00
The Coyotes are sitting in tenth place in the Western Conference just one point ahead of the Ducks. The Coyotes are just 3-6-1 in their last ten games and are 4-2-1 on the road. Last season the Ducks beat up on the Coyotes winning 3 out of the 5 games they played with the other two in overtime shootouts getting the Ducks two points. Watch the Coyotes and Ducks Tip Off at the Honda Center. Get your Ducks vs Coyotes tickets today.

Edmonton Oilers @ Anaheim Ducks November 11th
Price Range $16.00 – $138.00
The Oilers are sitting near the bottom of the Western Conference standings and are 5-5 in their last ten games and 2-4 on the road. Last season the Anaheim Ducks won all four meetings against the Edmonton Oilers and the Ducks look poised to do it again this season. The Ducks November 11th meeting against the Oilers will also be Military night at the Honda Center. Get Ducks vs Oilers tickets for their Honda Center tip off.

NY Islanders @ Anaheim Ducks November 13th
Price Range $25.00 – $165.00
The Eastern Conference New York Islanders are sitting in the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference and are 5-3-2 in their last ten games. The Islanders are just 2-2-1 on the road so far this season. Last year the Ducks won their first meeting against and also scored a point in their second meeting which went into a shootout. Fans in attendance at the Islanders versus Ducks game at the Honda Center will receive the second of three coins celebrating Anaheim Ducks Heroes. The coin will be Teemu Selanne coin. Ducks vs Islanders tickets for the Honda Center.

Calgary Flames @ Anaheim Ducks November 24th
Price Range $18.00 – $193.00
The Calgary Flames are currently sitting one point behind the Anaheim Ducks in the Western Conference. The Flames are 4-5-1 in their last ten games and 2-4-1 on the road this season. The Ducks had a winning record against the Flames last season going 3-1-1. The Ducks November 24th game against the Flames will also be Ducks Heroes Coin #3 of 3 – J.S. Giguere. Score Ducks vs Flames tickets for the Honda Center.

Chicago Blackhawks @ Anaheim Ducks November 27th
Price Range $79.00 – $440.00
By far the Chicago Blackhawks at the Honda Center against the Ducks will be the biggest Ducks November schedule game! The Blackhawks are currently sitting in the eighth seed of the Western Conference and are 5-4-1 in their last ten games. The Blackhawks are struggling on the road this season as they are only 1-5 away from the United Center. It’s a great chance for the Ducks to gain some ground in the Western Conference as well as defeating the NHL Stanley Cup Champions. Ducks goalie Fredrik Andersen will have his hands full with Blackhawks Patrick Kane who is ranked third in points with 19 so far this NHL season. Blackhawks Patrick Kane is also ranked second in goals with nine. Get Ducks vs Blackhawks tickets today.

Vancouver Canucks @ Anaheim Ducks November 30th.
Price Range $20.00 – $165.00
The Anaheim Ducks November schedule will end with a game at the Honda Center against the seventh seed Vancouver Canucks who are 3-4-3 in their last ten games. Vancouver has been strong on the road so far this season as they are 4-1-1 on the road and just 2-3-3 at home. Ducks vs Canucks tickets availabe now.

The Anaheim Ducks will look to Frederik Andersen to keep up his strong play in goal as he is averaging 2.03 goals allowed a game. The league average is 2.48. Frederik Andersen is ranked seventh in save percentage with a .935.

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Los Angeles Kings Draft Picks 2015 Season of Greatness

The 2015 Los Angeles Kings Draft has been a productive one for LA. Before the actual Los Angeles Kings Draft even began, they worked on getting a deal done with the Boston Bruins that would send goaltender Martin Jones, defensive prospect Colin Miller and their first round, #13 pick in the draft for forward Milan Lucic. Lucic was originally drafted by the 50th by the Boston Bruins in the 2006 NHL Draft. The “Heavy” power forward totaled 165 goals and 238 assists for the Bruins which was good for 403 total points.

With giving up their first round #13 pick there were still six selections allotted in the LA Kings Draft.

Here is a look at the LA Kings Draft Picks 2015

The defenseman was picked in the 2nd round, 43rd in the overall NHL draft and brings to the Los Angeles Kings excellent reach and strength. Cernak is known for being brilliant defensively especially in front of his own net. While he will need to work and improve on his skating ability he is a physical player who doesn’t take a lot of penalties.

The 6’4 200 pound Dergachyov brings an extremely high level of both skill and intelligence to the Los Angeles Kings. Dergachyov has great puckhandling skills as well as soft hands and a very keen awareness of teammates positions on the ice at all times. The gritty grinder will bring his role as a scorer with all the technical skills to be successful with the LA Kings Lines.

Picked in the LA Kings Draft 2015 4th round, 99th overall Wagner is a speedy strong transitional forward who is extremely fluid in his skating patterns. Wagner will need to work on his timing of shots as well as passing but overall he is a good decision maker.

Picked in the LA Kings Draft 2015 5th round, 134th overall Schmalz is a gigantic power forward who has finally grown into his body this last season. He is a very well-rounded skater who knows how to use his massive frame extremely well.

Picked in the LA Kings Draft 2015 7th round, 187th overall Reddekopp will be a tough defender in the LA Kings zone and will be a strong asset on penalty kills for LA. He will need to work on his skating footwork which is sometimes known to be tight and a bit clumsy but Chaz has very good athleticism and will be able to work on the skating skills.

Picked in the LA Kings Draft 2015 7th round, 194th overall Roy is a right handed defensive player at 6’0 200 pounds.

The LA Kings finished the 2014-15 season 40-27-15 (95 points), 4th in NHL Western Conference Pacific Division missing the NHL Playoffs. With the Anaheim Ducks, San Jose Sharks, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers and the Vancouver Canucks all vying to win the Pacific Division the LA Kings will have a tough schedule ahead of them and will be looking to get back into the thick of the NHL playoff hunt asap! Will these draft picks heap win a third Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup victory?

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NHL Opening Day 2015-2016

NHL Opening Day 2015-2016

The NHL Opening Day 2015-2016 schedule has been announced. There are some great match ups on the NHL Opening Day 2015-2016 schedule including the Blackhawks opening up against the New York Rangers at the United Center. The Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks opening faceoff at the Staples Center in Los Angeles will be a good rivalry game. The San Jose Sharks opening game against the Anaheim Ducks.

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Anaheim Ducks: Monday, Oct. 12 vs. Vancouver Honda Center
Ducks tickets averaged $51.00 last season.

Arizona Coyotes: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins
Coyotes tickets averaged $51.00 last season.

Boston Bruins: Thursday, Oct. 8 vs. Winnipeg Jets at the TD Garden
Bruins tickets averaged $121.00 last season.

Buffalo Sabres: Thursday, Oct. 8 vs. Ottawa Senators at the First Niagara Center
Sabres tickets averaged $58.00 last season.

Calgary Flames: Wednesday, Oct. 7 vs. Vancouver Canucks at the Scotiabank Saddledome
Flames tickets averaged $80.00 last season.

Carolina Hurricanes: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. Detroit Red Wings at the PNC Arena
Hurricanes tickets averaged $38.00 last season.

Chicago Blackhawks: Wednesday, Oct. 7 vs. NY Rangers at the United Center
Blackhawks tickets averaged $165.00 last season.

Colorado Avalanche: Thursday, Oct. 8 vs. Minnesota Wild at the Pepsi Center
Avalanche tickets averaged $57.00 last season.

Columbus Blue Jackets: Friday, Oct. 9 vs. NY Rangers at the Nationwide Arena
Blue Jackets tickets averaged $54.00 last season.

Dallas Stars: Thursday, Oct. 8 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins at the American Airlines Arena
Stars tickets averaged $75.00 last season.

Detroit Red Wings: Friday, Oct. 9 vs. Toronto Maple at the Leafs Joe Louis Arena
Red Wings tickets averaged $60.00 last season.

Edmonton Oilers: Thursday, Oct. 15 vs. St. Louis Blues at the Rexall Place
Oilers tickets averaged $90.00 last season.

Florida Panthers: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. Philadelphia Flyers at the BB&T Center
Panthers tickets averaged $39.00 last season.

Los Angeles Kings: Wednesday, Oct. 7 vs. San Jose Sharks Staples Center
Kings tickets averaged $70.00 last season.

Minnesota Wild: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. St. Louis Blues at the Xcel Energy Center
Wild tickets averaged $81.00 last season.

Montreal Canadiens: Thursday, Oct. 15 vs. NY Rangers at the Bell Centre
Candiens tickets averaged $150.00 last season.

Nashville Predators: Thursday, Oct. 8 vs. Carolina Hurricanes at the Bridgestone Arena
Predators tickets averaged $81.00 last season.

New Jersey Devils: Friday, Oct. 9 vs. Winnipeg Jets at the Prudential Center
Devils tickets averaged $70.00 last season.

New York Islanders: Friday, Oct. 9 vs. Chicago Blackhawks at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Islanders tickets averaged $42.00 last season.

New York Rangers: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. Columbus Blue Jackets at Madison Square Garden
Rangers tickets averaged $130.00 last season.

Ottawa Senators: Sunday, Oct. 11 vs. Montreal Canadiens at the Canadian Tire Center
Senators tickets averaged $68.00 last season.

Philadelphia Flyers: Monday, Oct. 12 vs. Florida Panthers at the Wells Fargo Center
Flyers tickets averaged $71.00 last season.

Pittsburgh Penguins: Tuesday, Oct. 13 vs. Montreal Canadiens at the CONSOL Energy Center
Penguins tickets averaged $110.00 last season.

San Jose Sharks: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. Anaheim Ducks at the SAP Center
Sharks tickets averaged $68.00 last season.

St. Louis Blues: Thursday, Oct. 8 vs. Edmonton at the Scotttrade Center
Blues tickets averaged $66.00 last season.

Tampa Bay Lightning: Thursday, Oct. 8 vs. Philadelphia Flyers at the Amalie Arena
Lightning tickets averaged $62.00 last season.

Toronto Maple Leafs: Wednesday, Oct. 7 vs. Montreal Candiens at the Air Canada Centre
Maple Leafs tickets averaged $200.00 last season.

Vancouver Canucks: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. Calgary Flames at the Rogers Arena.
Canucks tickets averaged $122.00 last season.

Washington Capitals: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. New Jersey at the Verizon Center
Senators tickets averaged $70.00 last season.

Winnipeg Jets: Friday, Oct. 16 vs. Calgary Flames at the MTS Centre
Jets tickets averaged $168.00 last season.

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Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup Champions 2014

LA Kings Stanley Cup Champions


Two years after winning their first Stanley Cup in forty-five years as a franchise, the Los Angeles Kings won their second title in three seasons, defeating the New York Rangers in double overtime, 3-2. Alec Martinez, who scored the winning overtime goal in game seven of the Western Conference Finals, beat Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist to give the Kings another title. Martinez’s goal, at 14:43 of the second overtime, came off of a rebound of a Tyler Toffoli shot. Toffoli’s shot was blocked by the Rangers goaltender, but the veteran Lundqvist gave up an easy rebound and Martinez slotted it into the empty net, setting off a raucous celebration at STAPLES Center.

Like they had so many times in the series the Kings fought back from a deficit to win the game in overtime, their third overtime victory of the series. Justin Williams opened the Kings scoring in the first period, but the Rangers fought back in the second period with a pair of goals, from Chris Kreider and Brian Boyle, to take the lead into the third period. With twelve minutes left in regulation, Marian Gaborik notched his fourteenth goal of the playoffs to tie the game at two and set up the eventual overtime period. Gaborik’s goal, on a power play, was assisted by Jeff Carter and Drew Doughty.

Stanley Cup LA Kings


The victory over the Rangers was the Kings twenty-sixth playoff game, an NHL record for most games played in single playoffs. Before dispatching the Rangers in five games, the Kings went to seven games in their previous three series, versus San Jose, Anaheim, and Chicago. The Kings have played sixty-four playoff games in the past three seasons, another NHL record. The third overtime victory, which followed an overtime win in game seven of the Western Conference Finals, proved once again that the Kings mettle in deciding games. Unlike the previous three, the finals didn’t go seven games, but the Kings and Jonathan Quick stood tall again.

Quick, who went through some stretches of poor play in this year’s playoffs, was superb once again with the game on the line. Quick made 28 saves including several clutch stops in the third period and overtime. The Kings star goalie may have had some rough moments earlier in the finals, but he was perfect in all three overtimes, including a shutout in game three.

2014 LA Kings Stanley Cup


The Kings title was a complete team effort, with the Conn Smythe Award as playoff MVP going to Kings forward Justin Williams who scored several clutch goals in the postseason, including the opener in game five, his ninth of the postseason. Williams finished with 7 points and five goals in the finals, and 26 total points in the playoffs. Williams joins Jonathan Quick has a Los Angeles Kings Conn Smythe Award winner. Williams narrowly edged out defenseman Drew Doughty, who played forty-one minutes in the final game. Doughty and center Jeff Carter joined a small group of players who won both an Olympic Gold Medal and Stanley Cup championship in the same season.

Do you know how many Stanley Cups the Los Angeles Kings have won since their first season?

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Kings Vs Rangers Stanley Cup


LA Kings Jonathan Quick


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