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.
Arizona 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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After a solid Christmas week that included home victories over St. Louis, Arizona and San Jose, the Los Angeles Kings had a tough swing through Canada, followed by a Saturday night home matchup at STAPLES Center versus the Nashville Predators. The Kings lost three of four during the week, including overtime losses to the Predators and Edmonton Oilers. The week ended with a wild lost to Nashville, 7-6 in overtime, following a ferocious comeback from the Kings to tie the game.
Week Recap: The Kings kicked off the week with a trip to Calgary to take on the Flames, falling behind 2-0 on two first period goals from the Calgary Flames, a minute apart from Curtis Glencross and Markus Granlund. Tyler Toffoli scored in the second period to pull within a goal, but the Kings were unable to get another shot past Flames goaltender Jonas Hiller. Following the loss in Calgary the Kings made the trip north to Edmonton to complete the Alberta back-to-back, losing 3-2 to the Oilers in a shootout. Like the night before the Kings fell behind 2-0, coming back with third period goals from Drew Doughty and Jake Muzzin to tie the game and send it to overtime and then the shootout. The Oilers would prevail in the shootout, ending a nine-game losing streak. The Kings would preserve an all important road point, setting up the opportunity to pick up a victory in Vancouver to complete the three-game road trip on a positive note. The Kings prevailed in Vancouver by a 3-2 score with Justin Williams and Jarret Stoll scoring late to give the Kings a come from behind win. The victory overshadowed the fact that the Kings fell behind 2-0 in for the third consecutive game, coming from behind once again. The Kings comeback gave them three points on the road trip and send them back to STAPLES Center for a Saturday night matchup with the Predators on a winning note. In one of the wildest games of the NHL season the Kings would score first and then give up five unanswered goals to the Predators, eventually falling behind 6-3 on an Ollie Jokinen goals mid-way through the third period. Amazingly the Kings would storm back and score three times in the final two minutes of regulation to tie the score at 6-6 and send the game into overtime. The Kings expended effort likely contributed to their sudden loss when the Predators scored just 18 seconds into overtime.
Up Next for the Kings: The Kings have three days off before they host the New York Rangers at STAPLES Center on Thursday in a Stanley Cup rematch. The Kings defeated the Rangers in six games last summer to win their second Stanley Cup title in three seasons. The Kings complete the week with another game at STAPLES Center on Saturday, January 10 when they host the Winnipeg Jets.
Where They Stand: With 47 points the Kings are in 5th place in the Western Conference, tied with the Vancouver Canucks. They are eleven points behind the Anaheim Ducks, who lead both the Western Conference and the Pacific Division.
Here is a look at the Los Angeles Kings Games upcoming games at the Staples Center
Rangers @ Kings Tickets
Thur, Jan 8th at 7:30PM Staples Center | Up 2% | Tickets start at $50.00
The Rangers come to the Staples Center in 7th place in the Eastern Conference with a 8-6-1 road record.
Jets @ Kings Tickets
Sat, Jan 10th at 7:00PM Staples Center | Up 2% | Tickets start at $50.00
The Winnipeg Jets are currently ranked 8th I the Western Conference and have an 11-4-4 road record. The Kings beat the Jets in Winnipeg on Oct 12th.
Maple Leafs @ Kings Tickets
Mon, Jan 12th at 7:30PM Staples Center | Down 18% | Tickets start at $34.00
The Toronto Maple Leafs are currently in 7th place in the Easter Conference and have a 7-8-3 road record. The Kings lost to the Maple Leafs in their first meeting in Toronto.
Devils @ Kings Tickets
Mini Stick Giveaway Jeff Carter
Wed, Jan 14th at 7:30PM Staples Center | Down 17% | Tickets start at $35.00
The Eastern Conference New Jersey Devils come into the Staples Center with a road record 8-13-2.
Ducks @ Kings Tickets
Rob Blake Jersey Retirement
Sat, Jan 17th at 7:00PM Staples Center | Up 22% | Tickets start at $105.00
Currently in first place the Anaheim Ducks return to the Staples Center for the Kings and Ducks last meeting in Los Angeles. The Kings won their previous Nov 11th meeting at the Staples Center.
Flames @ Kings Tickets
Mon, Jan 19th at 7:30PM Staples Center | Down 4% | Tickets start at $35.00
Currently the Calgary Flames have 45 points and are sitting just two points behind the Kings, Sharks, Canucks, and Jets who all are tied with 47 points in the Western Conference.
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Ticket prices based on secondary market averages and are subject to change.
After dropping their first game of the week to the San Jose Sharks, the Anaheim Ducks rallied back and won consecutive games over two solid teams, defeating the St. Louis Blues and Nashville Predators by identical 4-3 scores. With another successful week the Ducks extended their lead in the Pacific Division and the Western Conference.
Week Recap: The Ducks hosted the San Jose Sharks on New Year’s Eve at Honda Center, losing 3-0 behind a shutout from Sharks goaltender Antti Niemi, his third of the season. Joe Pavelski scored twice for the Sharks, his 18th and 19th goals of the season. Corey Perry returned to the Ducks lineup but, like the rest of the Ducks, was unable to find the back of the net. After a day off on Thursday the Sharks hosted the St. Louis Blues on Friday night, winning 4-3 in a hard fought game. Ryan Getzlaf, Kyle Palmieri, Andrew Cogliano and Matt Beleskey scored for the Ducks, with Beleskey picking up his team leading 16th of the season. It was the 16th victory by just a goal in the last 18 Anaheim wins. The Ducks continued their homestand on Sunday night when they hosted the Nashville Predators. Nashville was coming off of a wild 7-6 overtime victory over the Los Angeles Kings the night before. Matt Beleskey opened the scoring for Anaheim with his 17th goal of the season in the first period, with Corey Perry notching his 15th goal in the second period in his third game back from injury. The Predators would go up 3-2 before Francois Beauchemin scored his second goal of the season to tie the game at three. The game would go into overtime with the Ducks eventually prevailing in the shootout on goals by Jakob Silfverberg and Ryan Kesler. Frederik Andersen made 27 saves to earn the victory in goal. The Danish goaltender now has 21 victories on the season.
Up Next for the Ducks: The Ducks have a busy upcoming week with home games versus the New York Rangers, Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs and New Jersey Devils. The culmination of the 8-game home stand is a prime opportunity to gain additional ground in both the division and the Western Conference. If the season ended today the Maple Leafs, Rangers and Jets are all in solid playoff positioning, with the Jets off to their best start since the franchise relocated to Winnipeg in 2010.
Where They Stand: With 58 points the Ducks lead the Pacific Division and the Western Conference. They have a four point lead on the Chicago Blackhawks and Nashville Predators for the top record in the National Hockey League.
Here is a look at the Anaheim Ducks upcoming games at the Honda Center
Rangers @ Ducks Tickets
T-Shirt Giveaway at the Honda Center
Wed, Jan 7th at 7:30PM Honda Center | Up 12% | Tickets start at $70.00
The Rangers come to the Honda Center in 7th place in the Eastern Conference with a 8-6-1 road record.
Jets @ Ducks Tickets
Teemu Tribute Night at the Honda Center
Sun, Jan 11th at 6:00PM Honda Center | Up 60% | Tickets start at $90.00
The Winnipeg Jets are currently ranked 8th I the Western Conference and have a 11-4-4 road record.
Maple Leafs @ Ducks Tickets
Wed, Jan 14th at 7:00PM Honda Center | Down 16% | Tickets start at $21.00
The Toronto Maple Leafs are currently in 7th place in the Easter Conference and have a 7-8-3 road record.
Devils @ Ducks Tickets
Fri, Jan 16th at 7:00PM Honda Center | Down 18% | Tickets start at $21.00
The New Jersey Devils come into the Honda Center with a road record 8-13-2.
Flames @ Ducks Tickets
Sun, Jan 11th at 6:00PM Honda Center | Down 24% | Tickets start at $15.00
The Calgary Flames are currently two points behind the Los Angeles Kings and Winnipeg Jets for 8th in the Western Conference and have a road record 10-9-1
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Heading into the 2015 half of the NHL season the Anaheim Ducks are sitting on top of the league with 52 points with fellow Western Conference rivals the Chicago Blackhawks just two points behind but with an average of 237.09% price difference to see each team on their home ice.
The most expensive NHL average ticket belongs to the Chicago Blackhawks followed by the New York Rangers. The Blackhawks and Rangers dont play each other until March but to get in the door for the United Center game on March 8th will run you $163 per ticket and to see the Rangers vs Blackhawks on March 18th at Madison Square Garden will cost you $150 per ticket to get in.
The Blackhawks vs Kings at the United Center on March 20th will run you $150 to get in the door and but at the Staples Center on January 28th Kings vs Blackhawks tickets start at $69.00 per ticket. In the United States even with the Stanley Cup on the West Coast again hockey is still a diehard East Coast sport with five of the top ticket prices all being East Coast Teams the Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals.
The jump of 344.68% in price from a Carolina Hurricanes home game at the PNC Arena in Raleigh North Carolina which has a $47.00 average ticket price to the Chicago Blackhawks $209 average ticket price shows just how much a of a hockey town Chicago is.
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BY: Chris M.
The Ducks returned home to face the always tough San Jose Sharks on Monday Night at Honda Center which they pulled out an overtime victory 3-2 thanks to Ryan Kesler’s goal at the 00:58 mark. Anaheim will have four days off before they travel to Phoenix on Saturday to face the Coyotes. After an extended road trip it will be a much deserved week of rest and the chance to celebrate the Christmas holiday at home. After the trip to Phoenix the Ducks return home the following night when they host the Vancouver Canucks.
Where They Stand: With 51 points the Ducks have the top record in the Western Conference and the entire NHL.
Here is a look at the Anaheim Ducks schedule ticket prices for January 2015.
Game 41 | 01-04 Sun 5:00 PM Nashville Predators | Get In’s $15.00
The Nashville predators currently in third place in NHL western conference and 5 points behind the Ducks will come in to the Honda Center. Nashville is 10-7 on the road while 12-1-1 on the ice at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Ducks vs Pedators ticket price average for the Honda Center is $37 per which is down 33% from last season’s average of $56.00 per ticket. To see the Predators vs Ducks in Nashville the get in price is $10.00 per ticket with a ticket average of just $20.00 per ticket.
Game 42 | 01-07 Wed 7:30 PM New York Rangers | Get In’s $25.00
Promotion/Giveaway T-Shirt Night
The New York Rangers are sitting in the Middle of the NHL Eastern Conference in seventh place as of now and are currently on a seven game win streak and nine points behind the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ducks vs Rangers ticket price average for the Honda Center is $49 per ticket. The Ducks will head to New York in March to face the Rangers at the Madison Square Garden where the get in price is $88 per ticket which is down from their 2014 average ticket price by 16%.
Game 43 | 01-11 Sun 6:00 PM Winnipeg Jets | Get In’s $123.00
The Winnipeg Jets come to the Honda Center on November 11th with an away record currently 10-7-1 which is better than their 8-6-2 home ice record. Currently sitting in sixth place in the Western Conference this will be there only visit to Anaheim. The Ducks have beaten them twice so far at the MTS Centre. Ducks vs Jets tickets prices on average for the Honda Center are $33.00 while up north the Jets vs Ducks ticket average price is $95 per ticket. The Ducks will honor Teemu Selanne at the Honda Center at this game which is what is making the “get in” price 272% higher than average.
Game 44 | 01-14 7:00 PM Toronto Maple Leafs | Get In’s $13.00
The Toronto Maple Leafs will make their only appearance at the Honda Center on Jan 14th. The Leafs are currently in 6th place in the Eastern Conference and have a road record 6-4-3. The average Ducks vs Maple Leafs ticket price for the Honda Center is $40.00 per ticket. The Ducks lost their only visit to the Maple Leafs home ice on Dec 16th where the average ticket for the Air Canada Center for the Ducks visit was $155.00 per ticket.
Game 45 | 01-16 Friday 7:00 PM New Jersey Devils | Get In’s $18.00
The struggling New Jersey Devils will make their only appearance in Anaheim on Jan 16th and are currently 8-11-2 on the road and in 14th place in the Eastern Division. Ducks vs Devils ticket price average for the Honda Center is $62.00 while going to see the Ducks play at the Prudential Center in New Jersey on March 29th would cost you $45.00 to get in and average ticket cost of $70.00 per ticket.
Game 46 | 01-17 Saturday 7:00 PM @ Los Angeles Kings | Get In’s $80.00
The Stanley Cup Champions are currently sitting in 8th place in the Western Conference with a home record of 13-4-2 and have beaten the Ducks at the Staples Center in their first meeting of the regular season on Nov 15th. Kings vs Ducks ticket price average for a game at the STAPLES Center right now is $120 per ticket while seeing the Ducks vs Kings at the Honda Center on Feb 27th has a get in the door price of $52.00 per ticket a savings of 35%.
Game 47 | 01-21 Wed 10:00 PM Calgary Flames | Get In’s $12.00
The Flames are currently in 9th place in the Western Conference with a road record of 10-9-1 with one of the losses coming from the Ducks on November 25th at the Honda Center. The average Ducks vs Flames ticket price is just $30.00 per ticket to see them in Anaheim which is down 103% from their first meeting at the Honda Center. Calgary Flames ticket prices for their games against the Ducks at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary start at just $13 with an average price of $56.00.
Game 48 | 01-27 Tues 10:00 PM @Vancouver Canucks Rogers Arena Canada | Get In’s 51
The Vancouver Canucks are currently sitting in 7th place in the Western Conference and are 9-5-1 at the Rogers Arena this season. Canucks vs Ducks tickets for the Rogers Arena average $80 per ticket which is 34% down from last season’s average price per ticket. The Ducks beat them at the Rogers Center on Novemeber 20th but lost to them at the Honda Center on the 9th. The Average Ducks vs Canucks ticket price for the Honda Center is $37 per ticket which was down 53% from last season. If they Ducks and Canucks meet again at the Honda Center it will be in the playoffs.
Game 49 | 01-29 Thurs 7:00 PM @ San Jose Sharks SAP Center |Get In’s $26.00
The Ducks lost their first meeting to the Sharks at the SAP Center on November 29th 4-6 where San Jose has a 10-4-2 record. Sharks vs Ducks ticket price average for games at the SAP Center are $85.00 which is 44% higher than the Ducks vs Sharks ticket price average for the Honda Center of $59.00 per ticket. This will be the last time the Sharks and Ducks meet during the regular season.
Game 50 | 01-30 Fri 7:00 PM Chicago Blackhawks | Get In’s $48
Currently in second place in the Western Division just three points behind the Ducks the Blackhawks will make their only appearance at the Honda Center on Jan 30th where they are currently 11-6-1 on the road. The Ducks beat the Hawks at the United Center on Oct 28th but lost to them at the Honda Center Nov 28th. The average Ducks vs Blackhawks ticket price for the Honda Center is $90.00 per ticket which is up 80% from last season. To see the Blackhawks vs Ducks at the United Center the average ticket price this season was $195 which was also up 21% from the last season average of $160.
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BY: Chris M.
Anaheim Ducks Schedule subject to change.
After dropping a tough game to the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Kings had lost five of six games and were struggling to stay in early playoff contention. The Blues loss was the third consecutive loss for the Kings, but the defending Stanley Cup Champions rebounded to win their final two games of the week, repaying the Blues with a victory at STAPLES Center and then defeating the Arizona Coyotes. With the two victories, the Kings hold down the 8th playoff position in the Western Conference, tied with the Vancouver Canucks.
Week Recap: Tuesday night the Kings jumped on top of the Blues in St. Louis 2-0 nothing on two first period goals from Marian Gaborik before the Blues rallied back behind a big game from Vladimir Tarasenko. The Russian forward continued his torrid goal-scoring pace with a hat trick to put the Kings away. After falling behind by two goals the Blues scored the next five goals to win going away. After a night off the Kings welcomed the Blues to STAPLES Center for a return trip on Thursday night. The Kings won 6-4 behind a massive game from Kings center Anze Kopitar. The Slovenian had a goal and four assists, while Marian Gaborik had two goals and an assist. After a slow start to the season, both Gaborik and Kopitar are heating up of late, something that bodes well for the near future. Besides Kopitar and Gaborik, Jeff Carter, Jake Muzzin, and Dwight Kings also scored goals for Los Angeles. The story of the game was the King’s third-period outburst. After trailing 4-3 heading into the period Los Angeles scored three goals in the third to blow the game open. The Kings won their second consecutive home game on Saturday night when they defeated the Arizona Coyotes behind another strong performance from San Jose Sharks. Los Angeles will look to keep their momentum at home before they head off on the road the following week to kick off a three-game road trip. The Kings are currently in a battle for a playoff position in the conference and division and will need to maximize their effort as the calendar turns to the new year.
Where They Stand: The Kings are in 8th place in the Western Conference, tied with the Vancouver Canucks. They are nine points behind the Anaheim Ducks, who lead the conference and the Pacific Division.
LA Kings Ticket Prices
On average LA Kings vs Flames ticket price is $70.00 per ticket but do to the Holiday week prices for tonight’s game have risen while the availability of tickets has dropped. Lower Level tickets start at $125 per ticket compared to the $46.00 price average for the Dec 29th Flames vs Kings game at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary. A cheaper option is the Kings vs Flames tickets for the Staples Center on Jan 19th where the get in price is only $22.00.
Kings Vs Sharks Dec 27th Staples Center Saturday 7:30
The game is a LA Kings promotional night at the Staples Center “Holiday Pyrotechnic Extravaganza” as well as a Holiday Week and a game against their rivals making prices up 40% for this game. Kings vs Sharks tickets for the 27th are starting at $175.00 a ticket for the 200 level. A less expensive way to see the Kings vs Sharks at the Staples Center on April 11th which on the average run 28% cheaper than then tonight’s game. Sharks vs Kings tickets for the San Jose SAP Center are $85.00 per ticket on average.
Stadium Series Kings vs Sharks Levis Stadium Feb 21st
The Kings and Sharks will face off on Saturday night Feb 21st at Levis Stadium. Stadium Series tickets start at $150 per ticket and average $525 per ticket which is down from the 2014 Kings vs Ducks stadium series game which averaged $625.00 per ticket.
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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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After finishing with the second best regular season record in the National Hockey League but losing in the second round of the playoffs to the Los Angeles Kings the Anaheim Ducks realized they needed to upgrade the center position in the offseason. In the second round series loss versus the eventual Stanley Cup Champion Kings the Ducks were overmatched at the center spot on the second through fourth lines. Looking to upgrade the position the Ducks struck aggressively the day before the NHL draft by trading for former Vancouver Canucks center Ryan Kesler. Kesler, who had requested a trade earlier in the 2014 season, was one of the top trade targets in this year’s NHL offseason. The Ducks dealt forward Nick Bonino, defenseman Luca Sbisa and the 24th and 85th overall pick in the NHL entry draft. In return the Ducks received Kesler and Vancouver’s 2015 third round pick.
The Ducks gave up some talented players and draft picks but returned an elite player in Kesler. He’s one of the better two-way players in the NHL and a former winner of the Selke Trophy, given annually to the top defensive forward in hockey. In addition to winning the Selke in 2011 Kesler has finished in the top five in the Selke voting on three other occasions. The 29-year-old Kesler, a native of Livonia, Michigan should be the perfect second-line center to provide goal scoring and grit behind the Getzlaf/Perry line. He’s scored more than 25 goals four times in his NHL career, including a 41 goals season in 2010-2011. Overall Kesler has notched 182 goals in his nine-season career.
In dealing Sbisa the Anaheim Ducks gave up on a once-promising prospect and former first round draft pick who’s battled injuries the last few seasons. In order to get a player the caliber of Kesler they had to relinquish some talent, including dealing Bonino to a division rival. Bonino had the best year of his professional career this past season, scoring 22 goals and registering 49 points.
The trade is cap friendly for Anaheim since Kesler still has two years left on his contract with a salary cap hit of $5 million per season. If Anaheim can get the production out of Kesler that he had in Vancouver he’s well worth the price. The Ducks badly needed a second center like Kesler to make a deep playoff run and contend with a talented Western Conference that includes the defending champion Kings, a talented Chicago Blackhawks team and a big and physical St. Louis Blues club. With Kesler in the fold they should be favorites to contend for the Pacific Division and top record in the Western Conference once again.
In addition to trading for Kesler the Ducks also had the tenth pick in the NHL draft, selecting forward Nick Ritchie of the Peterborough Petes. Ritchie is an imposing winger, with size ready-built for the NHL. Ritchie has a reputation as a tough and skilled forward, someone who can potentially be a power forward in the future. In 61 games with the Petes this season Ritchie scored 39 goals for a total of 74 points. The big forward likely won’t arrive in Anaheim for a couple of seasons, but should give the Ducks a big goal-scorer when he does.
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The Los Angeles Kings have become the perennial cup contender their fan base has long dreamed of by winning Lord Stanley’s trophy two of the past three years while having a core of players both in their prime and under contract for the foreseeable future.
General Manager, Dean Lombardi, has created a locker room of talented focused characters surrounded by an organization built on a foundation of accountability. He spoke to the team camaraderie at the victory parade rally this past June:
“The franchise has now evolved to another level.[The fans], myself and my staff are now super-charged by another motivating force. Simply stated, to watch this group of men make a commitment to themselves, as individuals, to be the best they can be, and most importantly, their commitment to each other, that touches all of our souls and transcends their sport.”
Dean has become a cap magician who is now emulated by other franchises. He has an uncanny ability to target players who possess “team first” DNA coupled with on-ice success. Yet, under the new cap of $69 million for the 2014-15 season, Lombardi has put together a complete 23 player roster signed at $68,791,894 1 with other teams like Chicago, mulling over tough decisions in order to balance their budget.
The Kings stand pat with nearly all of their 2013-14 teams returning to defend their title. They have core players such as Dustin Brown, Drew Doughty, Mike Richards and Jeff Carter locked up well through the latter part of the decade and last year’s spring addition of Marian Gaborik, has blossomed in to a 7-year cap friendly $4.875M.
Gaborik could have signed with other teams for bigger money but his chemistry with Anze Kopitar and his belief in the organization’s dedication to each other boasts that the Los Angeles Kings possesses the aptitude for continued success.
Jeff Carter paralleled his homecoming to Gaborik’s:
“You know what? The same thing happened for me when I came here. That’s what these guys do here. They teach you to do the right things, and I’m just proud to be a part of it.”
Though the path to Jeff Carter and the LA Kings first Stanley Cup Championship in 2012 had exalted such dominance; the journey of the 2014 Los Angeles Kings was a living testimonial of how perseverance and mental toughness are the bone and marrow of professional sports. Their resiliency forged broken and bruised bones into Stanley Cup silver.
They were the first team in NHL history to win three playoff games 7’s on the road.
They were crowned the ”Kings of California” by resurrection from an 0-3 series deficit against the San Jose Sharks- a fete only done by 3 other teams in NHL history- and by ousting the Anaheim Ducks in a 7-game display of back-and-forth offense.
Despite trailing 3-times, they took their prior playoffs season redemption against the Chicago Blackhawks by beating them in a thrilling overtime game 7.
In the Stanley Cup Final, they closed out 3 of their 4 wins in overtime against, all-world goaltender, Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers, to again, ascend to their throne.
They were able to muster enough perseverance and resolve to crown their Stanley Cup journey with
So what does that mean for the expectations of the 2014-15 Los Angeles Kings?
The expectation is not a secret. The Kings must defend their crown and become the first team in the cap era to win back-to-back championships. Unless you count them as back to back FULL-season Champions (get your shirt via royalhalf.com).
There is no doubt that the Kings have proven that they are a franchise built for playoff success.
However, during the regular season, inconsistencies in play and scoring prowess are areas the Kings will want to improve on.
In the past three seasons, the Kings have finished 26th (2013-14), 10th (2013) and 29th (2011-12) in goals-for amongst 30 NHL teams. The re-emergence of Jeff Carter (27G, 23A) and the addition of Marian Gaborik bolster an already fearless offense of Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown, Justin Williams, Mike Richards, Trevor Lewis, Dwight King and their two budding rookies, Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson.
It’s hard to predict that adding a single player will nourish their regular season scoring drought, but despite sparse scoring how do they still manage to make the playoffs and bring two championships to the city of Los Angeles?
What gives, or better yet, what doesn’t give?
The reigning Jennings Trophy winners are a stingy team. Last year they allowed the league’s lowest average of 2.05 goals against per game.
Drew Doughty, Jake Muzzin, Slava Voynov, Matt Greene, Robyn Regehr (if healthy) and, LA Kings Stanley Cup goal clincher, Alec Martinez, account for their defense. The loss of veteran blueliner, Willie Mitchell, to cap space and ultimately free agency, is a point of interest or concern, depending on how you want to interpret it.
Mitchell’s absence may provide the opportunity for young talent like 6’4 Brayden McNabb to crack the roster, or allow the Kings to option other players with more NHL experience such as Jeff Schultz (re-signed) to fill in for Regehr or in back to back game situations.
The play of goaltender, Jonathan Quick, never ceases to amaze. Though his numbers in 2013-14 (2.07GAA, .915sv %) found him 14th in the league, there is no doubt that the confidence he has in the team in front of him is shared by his teammates. (Reminisce about unbelievable saves from 2013-14 NHL here courtesy of KingsVision).
Martin Jones showed that he is more than capable to back up Jon Quick, with his 7-game winning streak and .934sv% and 1.81 GAA in 19 games played.
Finally, at the helm as head coach Darryl Sutter with returning assistant coaches John Stevens, Davis Payne, and goaltending coach, Bill Ranford. Multiple NHL teams inquired about John Stevens for a head coaching position, yet he decided to stay in LA. The belief in the system in place in Los Angeles has everybody drinking the water. It’s not a matter of luck or fortune. It’s about attitude and commitment.
I’m reminded of a quote from Darryl Sutter from 2012 when asked by a reporter whether the LA Kings were a team of ‘destiny’, where he replied, “What’s that?” The coach makes no excuses for what he sees transpire on the ice.
In 2014-15, who knows what records will be broken, which players will become legends or if the Kings will hoist Lord Stanley even that much higher. I do know that with this Kings team, you have to expect the unexpected and that is another piece of their history, their armor.
The Kings season begins October 8, 2014, where they will raise their second banner and simultaneously pour salt in the open wound of the San Jose Sharks.
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Goaltending: The Ducks top choice between the pipes will be a major story this offseason and heading into the upcoming season. Although he’s had his share of ups and downs, Jonas Hiller has been a solid performer during his tenure with the Ducks. The veteran goalie is an unrestricted free agent this offseason and could command attention from other clubs that need an answer in net. The Ducks have the luxury of depth at the most important position in hockey in rookies Frederik Andersen and John Gibson. Andersen, the 24-year-old Danish rookie had a solid regular season as the backup to Hiller. During the regular season Andersen went 20-5 in 28 starts with a 2.29 goals against average. He started seven games in the postseason with solid success. Gibson, considered the top goaltending prospect in all of hockey had a dynamic start, winning his first three starts as a NHL player at the end of the Ducks regular season. His solid play continued into the first two games of the Kings series when Gibson was the surprising starter. The Kings solved Gibson in games six and seven, but the young rookie was impressive in how he commanded the situation. The Ducks have capable depth in Andersen and Gibson, but the big question is how much they value the veteran presence of Hiller, who had a solid regular season as the top choice in goal. Gibson looks ready to take over the top position and has the potential to be a Jonathan Quick-like difference maker in goal. A tandem of Gibson and Andersen should be capable.Deal a young goalie? If the Ducks decide that Gibson is the future in goal they could potentially deal a player like Andersen to realize his full value now, then potentially re-signing Hiller as a veteran backup for Gibson. The Ducks situation could very much like the situation in Los Angeles, with Jonathan Quick and Jonathan Bernier. Once Quick won the starting spot and it was clear that Bernier was not going to be a full-time starter, the Kings traded Bernier to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Los Angeles was able to acquire forward Matt Frattin and backup goalie Ben Scrivens for Bernier, eventually moving Frattin to Columbus at the trade deadline for Marian Gaborik. With limited cap space and ability to move or acquire players this offseason, dealing Andersen may be an option.
Youth Movement: The Ducks have one of the top minor league systems in all of hockey, rated tops by Hockey News. In addition to Gibson and current contributors like Devante Smith-Pelly, Jakob Silfverberg and Sami Vatanen, Anaheim has young center Richard Rakell and defenseman Shea Theodore waiting in the wings. In the salary-cap era of the NHL successful teams are able to maintain a team of veteran stars, while developing youngsters to come in and contribute. Silfverberg and Smith-Pelly are restricted free agents who the Ducks will most likely re-sign, as is Sami Vatanen.
As a result of the Bobby Ryan trade, the Ducks have the tenth pick in the upcoming NHL draft. They likely don’t find an immediate contributor at the ten spot, but should be able to pick up a player who can potentially join the Ducks in the near future.
What do the Ducks need? With limited resources there are a couple of areas that the Ducks should explore to improve their team. One area is at defense where the team could use a bigger physical presence on the blue line. The team will have to decide whether not they want to re-sign Stephane Robidas, who they acquired at the trade deadline from the Dallas Stars. Robidas is an impact player when healthy, but has suffered two leg injuries in the past six months, a potential concern.A second area of need is another veteran goal scorer beyond Perry and Getzlaf. Nick Bonino and Andrew Cogliano provide excellent second and third line play, but they could benefit from a goal scoring forward. Of course with the contracts of Getzlaf and Perry the Ducks are limited in free agency, but they could look to acquire a goal scoring forward in a potential trade, perhaps involving a young goaltender.
As an organization the Ducks are well primed for success over the next several years. They’ve maintained their veteran core will building a stop farm system that injects young talent into the lineup. In John Gibson they may have found that elite goaltender that can carry a franchise to a championship. Small tweaks, including a few additions, could return the Ducks to the Stanley Cup finals.
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