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https://plus.google.com/113722134692585820885 California news : Anaheim Ducks score four in third period to beat rival L.A. Kings Corey Perry had the puck and the ...
Anaheim Ducks score four in third period to beat rival L.A. Kings

Corey Perry had the puck and the game on his stick midway through the third period Friday night at the Honda Center. Ryan Getzlaf air-mailed a pass to him from the left wing and, suddenly and quite remarkably, he was all alone in the slot. With a deft flick of his wrists, Perry capped a third-period comeback from a two-goal deficit with his 25th goal of the season and propelled the Ducks to a 4-2 victory over Kings in front of a raucous sellout crowd of 17,413. Despite facing a two-goal deficit entering the final period, the Ducks never seemed out of the game. They were the aggressors for much of the game’s first 40 minutes, but had nothing to show for it, unless you count a healthy dose of frustration inflicted by their Southern California rivals. The Pacific Division-leading Ducks stayed patient and rallied smartly when it mattered most, sending the Kings to their second straight defeat after an eight-game winning streak. Ryan Kesler’s first goal in 10 games ignited the Ducks’ comeback, a reward for some hard work behind the Kings’ net by teammate Jakob Silfverberg. Emerson Etem tied it 2-2, and Perry put the Ducks ahead 3-2 at 11 minutes, 21 seconds. Perry then added an empty-net goal to seal the deal. The Ducks began the game by recording the first four shots on net and hitting everyone in a white, black and silver uniform. They paid the price for their aggression late in the first period, when defenseman Francois Beauchemin didn’t finish a hip check on Trevor Lewis. The Kings’ grinder slipped past Beauchemin along the left-wing boards, and when no other Ducks intercepted him, he charged to the front of the net and beat John Gibson with a quick shot for a 1-0 lead at 15:02. Robyn Regehr and Matt Greene were credited with off-ice assists. By period’s end, the Ducks were credited with 24 hits to 13 for the Kings. Hits are among the more subjective statistical categories used by the NHL, varying greatly from arena to arena around the 30-team league. But it was an indication of the physical play in the opening 20 minutes. #AD_text{ font-size: 11px; color: #999999; } In the second, the Ducks recorded the first eight shots of the period and applied sustained pressure on Kings goalie Martin Jones, playing in place of Jonathan Quick for only the 11th time this season for the first time since Jan. 14 against the New Jersey Devils. Jones looked as sharp as if he had played and won eight of the last nine games, as Quick had in leading the Kings’ recent surge. Jones turned away the Ducks again and again during the second period as the ice seemed to be tilted in one direction for extended periods. Brayden McNabb’s goal, which gave the Kings a 1-0 lead at 10:39 of the second period, came against the run of play. It was the Kings’ first shot on Gibson’s net in the period. It also was the defenseman’s first goal since Dec. 26, 2011, ending a 79-game drought. Around the rink The Kings assigned defenseman Derek Forbort to their American Hockey League team in Manchester, N.H. … Ducks left wing Matt Beleskey has resumed skating after suffering an upper-body injury Feb. 15. He said he was unsure if he would join the team for an upcoming two-game trip. Source: http://www.dailynews.com/
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https://plus.google.com/115166359028985595529 Anaheim Ducks : It's another night for the #ComebackKids! The #NHLDucks  score four goals in the third period to power...
It's another night for the #ComebackKids! The #NHLDucks  score four goals in the third period to power past the rival LA Kings, 4-2, tonight at Honda Center​. Corey Perry scored twice while Ryan Kesler added a goal and assist for the Ducks, who have won three of the four meetings this season.

RECAP: bit.ly/Recap_022715
POSTGAME REACTION - RYAN KESLER: bit.ly/KeslerPost_022715
POSTGAME NOTES AND QUOTES: bit.ly/PostNotesQuotes_022715
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https://plus.google.com/106731884997883956802 Damian Lee : TONIGHTS NHL LINEUP 50/50 DRAFTKINGS NHL LINEUP POS PLAYER OPP FPPG SALARY   C Ryan Kesler LA@ Anh 3.2...
TONIGHTS NHL LINEUP 50/50 DRAFTKINGS
NHL LINEUP POS PLAYER OPP FPPG SALARY   C Ryan Kesler LA@ Anh 3.2 $4,800 swap out C Steven Stamkos Chi@ TB 4.1 $8,600 swap out W Jarome Iginla Col @Dal 3.0 $5,200 swap out W Nikita Kucherov Chi@ TB 3.4 $4,700 swap out W Alex Tanguay Col @Dal 2.5 $3,400 swap...
TONIGHTS NHL LINEUP 50/50 DRAFTKINGS
NHL LINEUP POSPLAYEROPPFPPGSALARY CRyan KeslerLA@Anh3.2$4,800swap outCSteven StamkosChi@TB4.1$8,600swap outWJarome IginlaCol@Dal3.0$5,200swap outWNikita KucherovChi@TB3.4$4,700swap outWAlex TanguayCol@Dal2.5$3,400swap outD...
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https://plus.google.com/112279942116592456634 Dori Longino : It is that time of year again where everyone is an armchair GM and believes they know best for each ...
It is that time of year again where everyone is an armchair GM and believes they know best for each team. It is a fun exercise in practice and luckily as I have no relation to an NHL front office, I can take a look at a few teams and peg them as teams in need of a move. Let us take a look shall we?

The Three California teams: #Kings, #Ducks and #Sharks

The news broke earlier today that Jiri Sekac of the Canadiens and Devante Smith-Pelly of the Ducks were swapped in a fairly minor deal but could bring what I believe to be an avalanche of activity in the Western Conference. As of this writing the Sharks and Kings are tied for third in their respective division and seem to be hovering around the bubble rather than making a real push into the playoff race.

The Kings have been rumored to be in on multiple trades involving defensemen such as Roman Polak and Andrej Sekera. While leading the league in even strength SF% they are considered by many to already be defensively strong, they could do well by adding an offensive defenseman to bring some added goal scoring on a team that is currently middling at best. Up against the cap, they will need to move assets to get assets, a tough proposition for a team that has been known to fleece teams on deadline day (sorry Blue Jacket fans).

The San Jose (Hockey) Sharks have been dangling the likes of Antti Niemi and seemingly anyone in their top 6 who has a pulse. This team tried to supposedly revamp over the summer to no avail. They wanted to add the vaunted “grit” to the team and brought in John Scott to remedy this supposed problem. They moved Brent Burns back to defense and stripped Joe Thornton of his captaincy, a summer filled with sunshine and workplace mismanagement! While needing to spread their lines out, they refuse to and have made matchups easy especially after not replacing Burns production up front. They are now trying to figure out what to add this deadline and are at a crossroads, their offense is good but not great, their defense is middling but not elite. Extremely top heavy, they need to find themselves some depth options to shore up the team offensively and defensively. Jeff Petry is a rental and not a long term fix but would be a welcome addition on many teams come deadline day. Matt Calvert is an RFA after this season and could bring some production to their bottom six.

While both of those teams have some patch work needs to be addressed, the leader in their division is the Anaheim Ducks, a team many can’t seem to peg. They moved Smith-Pelly for the skillful Sekac and seem to be making a serious push this year after bringing in Ryan Kesler this offseason. While the team is as of this writing twelve points ahead of their division rivals, they have a possession problem that needs to be fixed sooner rather than later. Like the other California teams mentioned they are extremely top heavy offensively and would be wise to pick up a piece to shore up the bottom six. Bruce Boudreau while aware of his teams past puck possession problems doesn’t take much value in it which may mean the Ducks will find out the hard way how puck possession comes into play come April and May.

Boston #Bruins

Over at Days of Y’Orr have talked about the Bruins’ need to revamp and most recently even suggested a fire sale. While I don’t think a complete sell off is necessary, this iteration of the Bruins isn’t a site to behold but they do hold some expensive pieces that could fetch a decent return and allow this team to rebuild on the fly (can’t believe I am writing that).

Dougie Hamilton, Torey Krug and Matt Bartkowski are all due raises next offseason with Hamilton and Krug being RFA’s. It is a peculiar spot for them as all three of those players are good players that have found themselves in the Bruins top four at multiple points in time. Bartkowski is the least valuable of the bunch and won’t fetch much as he is a UFA after this season but seems to be a starting point for the Bruins’ front office as they are enamored with Kevan Millar.

Offensively the name that has been bandied about is Loui Eriksson, one of the key pieces in the Tyler Seguin trade. While he is no Tyler Seguin, he is still tied for third in points on the team, nothing to slouch at especially when a name like Bergeron is ahead of him. Which leads to another top point getter for the Bruins, Carl Soderberg, who is actually tied in points with Eriksson. Soderberg is a UFA after this season and will be due a pay increase (notice the theme here?) much higher than the 1.008 million he is commanding currently. Unless they are going to trade a large asset a la Lucic, Marchand or Chara, the cap relief is going to be minimal.

These moves for Boston are by no means optimal and more than likely put them in a worse spot than when they started the season. So why do it? Chiarelli and co have painted themselves in a corner but another option may be to let most of their bottom six walk and try to sign the defensemen on expiring deals to another set of short term deals and put off the problem. Not the best for the long term but this allows the Bruins, a team unsure of its future to delay the truly tough decisions for another couple of seasons.

Pittsburgh #Penguins

This team time and time again shows us that hockey really is a team sport. They (arguably) have two of the best players on the planet but apart from playing them each thirty minutes a night they are having a very tough time in filling out its depth positions. Over the summer Jim Rutherford made some shrewd moves that involved picking up Blake Comeau and Steve Downie but ended up trading away a possession wizard in Marcel Goc for a pugilist in Maxim Lapierre. The moves are confusing and don’t seem to be in line with his offseason analytic comments. Ryan Wilson from Hockey Buzz had a great article about this very topic a few days ago:

“The good news for Pittsburgh is that they have mostly all of the difficult parts already acquired. The easy part should be filling out the depth. And while they may not figure it out this year they still have the ability to quickly revamp things.

Crosby, Malkin, and Letang’s don’t grow on trees but Daniel Winnik’s do. Go find them and stop blaming the star players.”

The Penguins inability to pick up some solid depth pieces is a mystery that seems to plague many teams but could end up being a death sentence for a team with a generational player on it. The Metro division is stronger than ever and could result in a first round exit for an above average team. Sitting the Zach Sill’s of the world will make a difference come playoff time, now Pens fans better hope Rutherford figures that out sooner rather than later and fills the team out with the proper depth needed to let this team reach the next level.
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By Sam Blazer. It is that time of year again where everyone is an armchair GM and believes they know best for each team. It is a fun exercise in practice and luckily as I have no relation to an NHL front office, I can take a look at a few teams and peg them as teams in need of a move.
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https://plus.google.com/116669087293448581805 Jrs Fast & Fair : ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Until a third-period scoring burst, the Anaheim Ducks had no answers for Pavel...
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Until a third-period scoring burst, the Anaheim Ducks had no answers for Pavel Datsyuk’s domination. Datsyuk controlled the stat sheet for the Detroit Red Wings until the Ducks’ line of Ryan Kesler, Jakob Silfverberg and Andrew…
Perry, Silfverberg lift Ducks over Wins 4-3Jrs Fast and Fair | Jrs Fast and Fair
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Until a third-period scoring burst, the Anaheim Ducks had no answers for Pavel Datsyuk's domination. Datsyuk controlled the stat sheet for the Detroit Red Wings until the Ducks' line of Ryan Kesler, Jakob Silfverberg and Andrew Cogliano finally got Anaheim going Monday night. The Ducks rallied by scoring three goals in the third period after falling behind 2-0. They came away with a 4-3 shootout win over the Red Wings despi...
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https://plus.google.com/106863978584451672647 Jonathan G. Saganash : Ryan Kesler collides with Corey Crawford (VIDEO) #eeyouhockey #nhl #Blackhawks #NHLDucks
Ryan Kesler collides with Corey Crawford (VIDEO) #eeyouhockey #nhl #Blackhawks #NHLDucks
Corey Crawford | Provided by Eeyou Hockey Pool
via rotowire.com. Crawford backed up Antti Raanta in goal on Saturday in the Blackhawks' 2-0 loss at San Jose that was a back-to-back scenario. Spin: Blackhawks' coach Joel Quenneville usually splits the games in goal in back-to-back games on back-to-back days. In the early part of the season, ...
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https://plus.google.com/103534106439210542607 Ducks SportsRoadhouse : #NHLDucks Ducks Player Profile: Ryan Kesler http://srhlink.com/8HMX3P
#NHLDucks Ducks Player Profile: Ryan Kesler http://srhlink.com/8HMX3P
Ducks Player Profile: Ryan Kesler
Center Ryan Kesler is a new face for the Anaheim Ducks but he is by no means new to the sport of hockey.
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https://plus.google.com/110144476178403599583 The Hockey News : Montreal’s Alexei Emelin and Anaheim’s Ryan Kesler could find themselves in hot water following a pair...
Montreal’s Alexei Emelin and Anaheim’s Ryan Kesler could find themselves in hot water following a pair of borderline plays last night. Neither has a suspension history, but the Department of Player Safety will be looking at these hits.

http://www.thehockeynews.com/blog/suspend-him-or-not-emelin-boards-spezza-kesler-clips-dorsett/

Suspend him or not: Emelin boards Spezza, Kesler clips Dorsett | The Hockey News

After a weekend of fun and festivities, the NHL's back and it's already time to talk about potential suspensions. Two separate incidents on Tuesday could find Montreal's Alexei Emelin and Anaheim's Ryan Kesler in hot water. Early in the second period of the Canadiens tilt against the visiting ...
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https://plus.google.com/115166359028985595529 Anaheim Ducks : "It’s a good test. We’re going to go out there and prove to everybody, once again, that we’re the best...
"It’s a good test. We’re going to go out there and prove to everybody, once again, that we’re the best team in the league." - Ryan Kesler

Tonight kicks off a stretch of tough games for the Ducks, who face an improved Vancouver Canucks squad tonight. The team discussed the task ahead and more in the Morning Report.
Morning Report: Ducks Begin Second-Half Push Tonight at Vancouver

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https://plus.google.com/108619177179027081817 Nonso Nwosu : NHL: Ryan Kesler the shootout hero as Anaheim Ducks defeat Nashville Predators Ryan Kesler grabbed a...
NHL: Ryan Kesler the shootout hero as Anaheim Ducks defeat Nashville Predators
Ryan Kesler grabbed a shootout winner as the Anaheim Ducks registered a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Sunday night. Nashville led for the majority of the third period but a late leveller from Ducks defender Francois Beauchemin forced overtime ...
NHL: Ryan Kesler the shootout hero as Anaheim Ducks defeat Nashville Predators
Ryan Kesler grabbed a shootout winner as the Anaheim Ducks registered a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Sunday night. Nashville led for the majority of the third period but a late leveller from Ducks defender Fra...
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https://plus.google.com/103534106439210542607 Ducks SportsRoadhouse : #NHLDucks NHL: Ryan Kesler the shootout hero as Anaheim Ducks defeat Nashville Predators http://srhlink.com...
#NHLDucks NHL: Ryan Kesler the shootout hero as Anaheim Ducks defeat Nashville Predators http://srhlink.com/81J68t
NHL: Ryan Kesler the shootout hero as Anaheim Ducks defeat Nashville Predators
Ryan Kesler grabbed a shootout winner as the Anaheim Ducks registered a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Sunday night.
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https://plus.google.com/103647570448218016172 Sergei Adamov : San Jose Sharks @ Anaheim Sucks 2-3 OT - 12/22 Ryan Kesler kept shooting and finally found the back ...
San Jose Sharks @ Anaheim Sucks 2-3 OT - 12/22
Ryan Kesler kept shooting and finally found the back of the net in time to send the Anaheim Sucks merrily into the Christmas break. Kesler scored on a wrist shot from the left circle that got past San Jose Sharks goalie Antti Niemi to the far side 58 second...
San Jose Sharks @ Anaheim Sucks 2-3 OT - 12/22
Ryan Kesler kept shooting and finally found the back of the net in time to send the Anaheim Sucks merrily into the Christmas break. Kesler scored on a wrist shot from the left circle that got past San Jose Sharks goalie Antti...
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https://plus.google.com/103534106439210542607 Ducks SportsRoadhouse : #NHLDucks Ryan Kesler scores to lift Ducks past Sharks, 3-2, in overtime http://srhlink.com/7vVVXP
#NHLDucks Ryan Kesler scores to lift Ducks past Sharks, 3-2, in overtime http://srhlink.com/7vVVXP
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Ryan Kesler scored 58 seconds into overtime, and Rickard Rakell netted his initial common-season NHL purpose, leading the Anaheim Ducks to a 3-2 victory more than the San Jose Sharks on Monday evening.Cam Fowler got the tying goal with four:16 left in regulation,...
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https://plus.google.com/100231913013126254495 Breaking Columbia News : Ryan Kesler tallied at the 58-second mark of overtime, just after a power play expired, giving Anaheim...
Ryan Kesler tallied at the 58-second mark of overtime, just after a power play expired, giving Anaheim a 3-2 victory over San Jose at Honda Center. Click to Continue »
Recap: Anaheim vs. San Jose | NHL Hockey | The State
Ryan Kesler tallied at the 58-second mark of overtime, just after a power play expired, giving Anaheim a 3-2 victory over San Jose at Honda Center.
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https://plus.google.com/105104691599313933467 L.A.SportsRoadhouse : #NHLDucks Ryan Getzlaf, Ryan Kesler help Ducks skate past adversity http://srhlink.com/7rvqdf
#NHLDucks Ryan Getzlaf, Ryan Kesler help Ducks skate past adversity http://srhlink.com/7rvqdf
Ryan Getzlaf, Ryan Kesler help Ducks skate past adversity
It isn't about who's missing for the Ducks , it's about who's showing up.
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https://plus.google.com/103534106439210542607 Ducks SportsRoadhouse : #NHLDucks WATCH: Ryan Kesler catches long pass under skate, scores http://srhlink.com/7nR8Dg
#NHLDucks WATCH: Ryan Kesler catches long pass under skate, scores http://srhlink.com/7nR8Dg
WATCH: Ryan Kesler catches long pass under skate, scores
Ryan Kesler received Hampus Lindholm's stretch pass in a most unique fashion: by stepping on it. He then finished the play for his 10th goal of the year.
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https://plus.google.com/114224148638116942295 Ye Los Angeles Time : Avast! Ye new tale be told, Ryan Kesler soon gets back into the flow with Ducks, on yonder www.yelos...
Avast! Ye new tale be told, Ryan Kesler soon gets back into the flow with Ducks, on yonder www.yelosangelestimes.com
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https://plus.google.com/106735749388036321131 Steve DeGregorio : Kris Russell vs Ryan Kesler Nov 25, 2014: http://youtu.be/I1mN7crDdzs
Kris Russell vs Ryan Kesler Nov 25, 2014: http://youtu.be/I1mN7crDdzs
Watch the video: Kris Russell vs Ryan Kesler Nov 25, 2014
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Kris Russell vs Ryan Kesler from the Calgary Flames at Anaheim Ducks game on Nov 25, 2014. via http://www.hockeyfights.com
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https://plus.google.com/115002498505290675243 Las Angeles Times : A noo artikle calt Ducks' Ryan Kesler likely will elicit a reaction from Canucks fans has dunben rote...
A noo artikle calt Ducks' Ryan Kesler likely will elicit a reaction from Canucks fans has dunben rote ahn www.lasangelestimes.com #Ducks, #RyanKesler, #VancouverCanucks
Thems occupyyun' t'middle groun wen it kums ta ferm'r Vancouv'r Canux an' current Dux cant'r Ryun Kesl'r probly won’t be see, an' lackly won’t be heerd tell, wen it kums ta his'n recepshun Thirsdee nite at Rogers...
Dux’ Ryun Kesl'r lackly will elicit a reecshun frum Canux fans | T'Las Angeles Times
Thems occupyyun' t'middle groun wen it kums ta ferm'r Vancouv'r Canux an' current Dux cant'r Ryun Kesl'r probly won't be see, an' lackly won't be heerd tell, wen it kums ta his'n recepshun Thirsdee nite at Rogers Arena.Here, he is about as polarizyun' as a politickull can'idate.
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