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Weymouth, MA, United States

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Past articles by Eric:

Ducks announce Ryan Miller has wrist surgery, hire Marty Wilford as assistant coach

Reserve goalie, who had been nagged by a wrist injury, had a bone fragment removed from his wrist. His recovery time is expected to be six weeks. → Read More

Cody Bellinger avoids discipline after Saturday’s missed bunt – Orange County Register

Manager Dave Roberts said Bellinger’s failed bunt attempt on a 3-0 count was another example of players trying to do too much. “People try to do more when you’re struggling,” Robe… → Read More

Dodgers swept away by last-place Reds to close out one-win homestand

Not even the lowly Reds could help the Dodgers turn things around. Sunday’s home loss to Cincy was L.A.’s seventh in eight games. → Read More

Dodgers swept away by last-place Reds to close out one-win homestand

Not even the lowly Reds could help the Dodgers turn things around. Sunday’s home loss to Cincy was L.A.’s seventh in eight games. → Read More

Dodgers swept away by last-place Reds to close out one-win homestand

Not even the lowly Reds could help the Dodgers turn things around. Sunday’s home loss to Cincy was L.A.’s seventh in eight games. → Read More

Dodgers swept away by last-place Reds to close out one-win homestand

Not even the lowly Reds could help the Dodgers turn things around. Sunday’s home loss to Cincy was L.A.’s seventh in eight games. → Read More

Ducks won’t renew contract of assistant coach Trent Yawney

Yawney, 52, was with the Ducks organization for the past seven seasons and was the last staff holdover who Randy Carlyle inherited when he came back as coach in 2016. → Read More

GM Bob Murray says Ducks have to get faster to compete

The Ducks’ general manager says he has confidence in Randy Carlyle as coach, and says he wasn’t as surprised as some by the team’s early ouster. → Read More

Ducks 2017-18 report card: Surprises and disappointments abound

GM Bob Murray and Coach Randy Carlyle appear safe, but other changes loom as the Ducks look to reshape their roster around a young, mobile defense corps and three aging, big-money forwards. Here’s … → Read More

Ducks season in review: Has the title window closed for good?

A lack of speed throughout the roster – which often put them at a disadvantage against skilled, skating-based teams – was fully exposed in the playoffs. Can the Ducks remake their roster amid serio… → Read More

Ducks Gameday: Can they keep Sharks from bringing brooms out of closet?

The Ducks, who have been swept just twice in 29 playoff series in franchise history, are facing their first 3-0 series deficit since the 2006 Western Conference finals against Edmonton. → Read More

Ducks swept out of playoffs after 2-1 loss to Sharks

Tomas Hertl scores the go-ahead goal midway through the third period and San Jose hands the Ducks their first sweep since 1999. Anaheim scores just four goals in the four-game series. → Read More

Ducks’ Jacob Larsson says comeback from knee surgery has been challenging

The 20-year-old defenseman’s first full pro season in North America – spent largely with the AHL’s San Diego Gulls – was one the Ducks’ top pick in the 2015 draft considers a lear… → Read More

Ducks seek answers while facing elimination in Game 4 against Sharks

Of the “laundry list” of issues the Ducks must address, rampant undisciplined play has been the most obvious, and they have paid dearly for it. But with three goals in the series, the o… → Read More

Sharks feast on Ducks in Game 3 blowout to take 3-0 series lead

The resourceful Sharks ride a four-goal second period to an 8-1 rout at a rollicking SAP Center, the middle stanza barrage ending John Gibson’s night after five goals allowed on 24 shots. Game 4 is… → Read More

Ducks’ Troy Terry gets playoff education by watching, waiting

While he has yet to draw into his first Stanley Cup playoff game, the 20-year-old winger remains an active participant in the series with the Sharks, doing “a lot of observing” and “asking a lot of… → Read More

Ducks Gameday: Randy Carlyle wants whistles blown for Ducks in Game 3

Ducks coach Randy Carlyle, with his team trailing 2-0, is not-so-subtly suggesting officials close the gap between penalties called on his team, and those called on the Sharks. → Read More

Ducks hope change in locale for Game 3 leaves them wide awake

Losing has its effects. Especially when it comes to losing playoff games. → Read More

Cam Fowler’s absence in series is issue Ducks can’t skate past – Orange County Register

Even as the big-minute defenseman that he has been for the Ducks over the years, Cam Fowler has his strengths and deficiencies. → Read More

Ducks’ rally falls short as Sharks take 2-0 lead back to San Jose – Orange County Register

The Ducks were better in Game 2, but not good enough to avoid falling into an 0-2 hole as the series shifts to the Bay Area. → Read More