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Catching up with the Ducks

NHL 2016 has gotten off to a flying start and so has the excitement surrounding it. The pre season news were sold like hot cakes for fans as well as bookies as they try to find information that can lead them to winning fortunes by betting on the right players and teams at the right time. The proper season has kicked off the planning and signings complete and the billboards erected. If you don’t know about the odds of particular odds of different teams wining, it is advised that you don’t bet on the NHL games. However you can visit the homepage of the odds digger homepage to increase your chances at winning money online. Anaheim Ducks is one team the bookies are interested in. Let’s look at their chances in the upcoming season.

The Anaheim Ducks are a professional ice hockey team that represents the Western Conference in the Pacific Division of the National Hockey League. The club was established in 1993 by Walt Disney and was called the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim based on a hit Hollywood movie: The Mighty Ducks. The club was later sold and their new owners named it as “Anaheim Ducks”. They play all their home games at the Honda Centre. The Ducks have made it to the playoff twelve times and won the Pacific Division title five times. They have also won two conference championships and one coveted Stanley Cup.

They lost their season opener against the Dallas Stars, an away game which marks the season start for the Ducks. They erased the one goal deficit twice, but lost the game 4-2 as the stars scored twice due to defensive errors by the Ducks. Andrew Cogliano scored twice for the Ducks in the season opener. Stephen Johns, Lauri Korpikoski, Antoine Roussel and Adam Cracknell scored for the Stars making the season opener record 13-1-4 for the Stars who played in front of a capacity scored at the American Airlines Centre.

The Ducks play the Pittsburgh Penguins on the 15th as part of their four games on the road series. This means that they have to reverse their defensive errors instantly if they want a healthy record before the home opener against the Vancouver Canucks on the 23rd of October. It will be very tough for the Ducks to qualify for the post season if their defense makes the same mistakes they made against the Stars.

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