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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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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