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Interview: Selanne Talks Fedorin Cup And More!

By Michael Walters This past weekend Teemu Selanne played in the Athletic Sports Fund of America’s(ASFA) Fedorin Cup. Selanne was a last minute addition to the game and he didn’t disappoint the fans. He nearly scored a hat trick and almost tied the game on the final shootout attempt. Current Anaheim Ducks Ryan Getzlaf, Andrew Cogliano,…

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Vermette Signs With Anaheim

By Michael Walters Antoine Vermette has signed a two-year deal with the Anaheim Ducks as previously reported by Gabriel Leblanc of Hockey TV. The deal is worth $1.75 million per year according to Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports. Per Capfriendly.com, he was contracted for $3.75 million last season and this coming season but was recently bought out by…

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Prospect Update: Garrett Metcalf

By Thomas Harrington After being passed over in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, the Anaheim Ducks chose goalie Garrett Metcalf in the sixth round of the draft last year. Last season, Metcalf split time between the Madison Capitols and the Waterloo Black Hawks of the USHL. Last year was a tale of two seasons for…

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Prospect Profile: Matt Berkovitz

By Thomas Harrington Instead of joining the University of Wisconsin last season, Matt Berkovitz opted to delay his college career by a year and spent one more season playing for the Green Bay Gamblers in the USHL. This year, he’ll join fellow Anaheim prospect Grant Besse at Wisconsin. Berkovitz struggled in his first season in…

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Prospect Update: Jaycob Megna

By Thomas Harrington Jaycob Megna completed his second full pro season this past year. Despite not scoring a goal through the regular season, he still managed to set career highs in all other major offensive categories, pretty good for a player more known for his shut down style of play. After appearing in 32 games…

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Prospect Update: Kevin Roy

By Thomas Harrington After three solid years of NCAA hockey, where he led Northeastern University in scoring for all three seasons, Kevin Roy had an injury-plagued senior season. A year ago, Roy could have signed with Anaheim. He had three great years in the NCAA and was probably ready to turn pro, but he opted to…