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The NHL schedule is released and the Ducks are ready to take on the competition!
The 2017-2018 NHL schedule is released and the Anaheim Ducks are ready to take on the competition! The Ducks will start their season off at home on October 5th against the Arizona Coyotes. The first away game of the season will be on October 7th against the Los Angeles Kings Additionally, the Ducks will have two home games against the Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins on December 17th and January 10th. Lastly, the regular season will end on April 8th, 2018 with a Home game against the San Jose Sharks
See the full schedule and find out when the Ducks will be playing your favorite team!
It’s finally here! The NHL schedule for the 2019-2020 Season was released today and we’ve got all the info you need to know.
The Anaheim Ducks will open their season at home against the Arizona Coyotes on October 3rd. They’ll have a busy month of October, playing a total of 13 games. Their first road trip will take them to Minnesota, Winnipeg, and Chicago.
Thanksgiving will see the Ducks back at home, where they’ll host the Nashville Predators on November 28th. December will be another busy month, with 16 games on the schedule including contests against Western Conference foes like the Edmonton Oilers Calgary Flames and Vegas Golden Knights
The Ducks will host the 2020 NHL All-Star Game at Honda Center on January 26th. This will be the first time Anaheim has hosted the event since 2002.
Get pumped for the upcoming season with the Ducks schedule release!
The Ducks have released their schedule for the upcoming season and fans are pumped! The team will be kicking off the season with a home game against the San Jose Sharks on October 3rd. Check out the full schedule below and start planning your trips to the Honda Center!
Oct 3 vs. San Jose Sharks
Oct 5 vs. Arizona Coyotes
Oct 10 @ Nashville Predators
Oct 12 @ Carolina Hurricanes
Oct 14 @ Tampa Bay Lightning
Oct 17 vs. Vancouver Canucks
Oct 19 vs. Ottawa Senators
Oct 21 vs. Detroit Red Wings
Find out which Ducks games you can’t miss this season!
The Ducks NHL schedule is here, and there are some games you definitely don’t want to miss. Check out the list below to find out which ones are must-sees.
-Oct. 3: Ducks vs. Sharks
This is the first game of the season, and it’s sure to be a good one. The Ducks will be looking to start the season off on a high note, and they’ll be up against a strong Sharks team.
-Oct. 10: Ducks @ Kings
The Ducks will be taking on their bitter rivals, the Kings, in this away game. This is always a highly anticipated match-up, so you definitely don’t want to miss it.
See the Ducks’ schedule and start planning your game-watching parties!
The Anaheim Ducks have released their schedule for the 2019-2020 NHL season! See below for the full list of games. Get your game-watching parties planned and don’t miss a single minute of the action!
Oct. 3 vs. San Jose Sharks
Oct. 5 vs. Nashville Predators
Oct. 8 at Colorado Avalanche
Oct. 10 at Arizona Coyotes
Oct. 12 at Vegas Golden Knights
Get excited for the new NHL season with the release of the Ducks’ schedule!
Here are some key dates to keep in mind:
-The Ducks will open the season at home on October 3rd against the Arizona Coyotes
-Anaheim will have their first West Coast road trip of the season from November 5th to 11th, with games against the Los Angeles Kings, San Jose Sharks and Vegas Golden Knights
-The holiday break will see the Ducks play host to the Boston Bruins on December 23rd and the Buffalo Sabres on December 27th
-Anaheim will close out the regular season at home on April 4th against the Colorado Avalanche
Be sure to mark your calendars and get your tickets early – it’s sure to be another great year of Ducks hockey!
Plan your trips to Anaheim to catch a Ducks game with their released schedule!
The Anaheim Ducks have released their 2019-2020 schedule and we couldn’t be more excited! The defending Western Conference champions will open their season at home on October 3rd against the Arizona Coyotes.
There are plenty of great games to catch this season, including a tilt with the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues on December 8th and a visit from the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 11th. Check out the full schedule below and start planning your trips to Honda Center!
Check out the Ducks’ schedule and start making your hockey plans for the season!
The Anaheim Ducks are an American professional ice Hockey Team based in Anaheim, California. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference The club was founded in 1993 by The Walt Disney Company as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, a name based on the 1992 film The Mighty Ducks Disney sold the franchise in 2005 to Henry and Susan Samueli, who changed its name to the Anaheim Ducks before the 2006–07 season.
The Ducks have appeared in the Stanley Cup Finals three times, winning the Cup in 2007. They are one of five teams to have won multiple Stanley Cup championships since 1993, and one of four active NHL Teams to have won a Stanley Cup since 1990, along with the Chicago Blackhawks Pittsburgh Penguins and Detroit Red Wings
The Ducks’ schedule is out – start planning your hockey-watching parties now!
The Ducks’ schedule is out and we couldn’t be more excited! While we don’t know who they’ll be playing yet, we do know when they’ll be playing. So start planning your hockey-watching parties now!
The NHL season is almost here, and the Ducks’ schedule is finally released!
The National Hockey League (NHL) season is just around the corner, and the Anaheim Ducks’ schedule has finally been released. The reigning Western Conference champions will begin their quest for the Stanley Cup on October 3rd against the Arizona Coyotes.
Here is a breakdown of the Ducks’ schedule:
3 – Arizona Coyotes
5 – Colorado Avalanche
7 – Vegas Golden Knights
10 – Los Angeles Kings
12 – Nashville Predators
14 – St. Louis Blues
17 – New York Islanders
19 – New York Rangers
21 – Detroit Red Wings
24 – Tampa Bay Lightning
26 – Florida Panthers
28 – Carolina Hurricanes
31 – Ottawa Senators
1- Montreal Canadiens 3- Winnipeg Jets 5- Detroit Red Wings 7- Columbus Blue Jackets 9- Chicago Blackhawks 11- Minnesota Wild 14- Philadelphia Flyers 16- Edmonton Oilers 18- Calgary Flames 21- Vancouver Canucks 23- San Jose Sharks 25- Los Angeles Kings