Don't be surprised if the Anaheim Ducks make a big splash before the deadline.
With his team's 1-0 triumph over the St. Louis Blues Friday night, Anaheim's Bruce Boudreau recorded his 300th victory as an NHL coach.
The Ducks are the only team with players on all four teams remaining in the medal hunt at Sochi.
After losing three of their last four games, Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau isn't happy with the suggestion that the upcoming Olympic break is distracting his team.
Coach Bruce Boudreau is not happy with the play of late of his Anaheim Ducks.
The Anaheim Ducks are interested in being active buyers before the trade deadline.
The Anaheim Ducks suffered their first regulation loss at home on Tuesday.
Although Anaheim has been dominate offensively, Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau felt that Sunday's 1-0 victory over Detroit was particularly important.
The Anaheim Ducks hope to play a more physical game against the San Jose Sharks in their rematch on Tuesday.
Bruce Boudreau is looking forward to playing in Washington on Monday.
A 1-0 overtime win for the Anaheim Ducks Friday night gave the team its best home start (9-0-1) since in the franchise's history.
The Anaheim Ducks power play continues to flounder as they have converted only three of 44 chances.
The Anaheim Ducks have converted on a league-worst 4.8% of their power plays.
Anaheim Ducks general manager Bob Murray is looking for a defenseman and it's believed Toronto, Pittsburgh and maybe Philadelphia are involved.