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With the NHL regular season right around the corner, TSN. Phillip Dorsett Jersey .ca profiles each team leading up to puck drop. Next up is the Anaheim Ducks, who look to take that next step towards Cup contention with new centre Ryan Kesler in the fold. Catch up on their summer moves and the issues they face this season, as well as Craig Buttons analysis of their top prospect and an analytical breakdown by TSNs Scott Cullen. Division: Pacific GM: Bob Murray Head Coach: Bruce Boudreau 2013-14: 54-20-8 (1st in Pacific) Playoffs: Lost in Second Round Goals For: 263 (1st) Goals Against: 203 (9th) PP: 16% (22nd) PK: 82.2 (13th) That Was Then: Last season was arguably Anaheims most successful since winning the Stanley Cup in 2007. The Ducks flourished last October, going 10-3-1 and getting stellar goaltending from 24-year-old Frederik Andersen. He posted six straight wins in his first six NHL games and kept Anaheim hot in November. By December, the Ducks kept running along, going 11-1-1 while riding a season-high 10-game winning streak. Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry were on a tear, combining for 30 points in 13 games. Anaheim followed that up with an even more impressive January. The Ducks posted eight straight wins following their 10-game winning streak. From Dec. 6 to Jan. 15, they collected 36 out of a possible 38 points winning 18 of 19 games. The Ducks clinched their second straight Pacific Division title on Apr. 10 with a win against the San Jose Sharks. They capped off the regular season by clinching the Western Conference crown on Apr. 12 with a shootout win against the Los Angeles Kings. Anaheim finished the season with their best record in franchise history at 54-20-8. They set club records for wins (54) and points (116) in a season. The Ducks also finished one point behind the Boston Bruins in the race for the Presidents Trophy. Once again, the duo of Getzlaf and Perry carried the brunt of the offensive load. The captain finished the season second in the league with 87 points while Perry followed suit with 82 and finished second to only Alexander Ovechkin with 43 goals. Andersen managed to impress, going 20-5 with a .923 save percentage and 2.29 goals against average, but he wasnt the only rookie goalie netminder in the organization that made noise. Twenty-one-year-old John Gibson was called up in April when Andersen went down with an injury and had the same positive effect as the Dane. He went 3-0 with a 1.33 goals against average in his short stay with the team. The Ducks faced the Dallas Stars in the first round of the playoffs, taking a 3-0 series lead only to see the Stars climb back within one. Nick Bonino, however, sent Anaheim to the second round with the overtime-winner in Game 6 of the series. The second round posed a tougher challenge with the Kings. The Kings took a quick 2-0 series lead and Gibson was called upon again for Game 4. Head coach Bruce Boudreau made a risky move by starting the young goalie, but the gamble paid dividends. Gibson backstopped the Ducks to two straight wins - including a shutout - and propelled Anaheim to a 3-2 series lead. But just like Kings did throughout the 2013 playoffs, they erased the deficit eliminating the Ducks in Game 7. Scott Cullens Analytics Ducks 2013-14 Stats by Quarter Games GPG GAA SH% SV% SAF% PTS% 1-20 3.35 2.35 10.6 .932 53.5% .775 21-41 2.95 2.48 9.0 .918 50.3% .714 42-62 3.38 2.10 9.5 .937 49.1% .714 63-82 3.15 2.85 10.2 .914 51.9% .625 NHL AVG 2.67 2.67 7.8 .922 50.0% .562 Key: GPG= goals per game, GAA= goals-against per game, SH%= even-strength shooting percentage, SV%= even-strength save percentage, SAF%= score-adjusted Fenwick percentage (differential of shot attempts faced vs. shot attempts, excluding blocked shots, adjusted for game score), PTS%= percentage of available points. Analysis: Games 1-20: Very good possession stats coupled with dominant percentages had Ducks flying from the get-go. Games 21-41: Possession and goaltending slipped, as did shooting percentage, but Ducks were still finishing at a high rate. Games 42-62: Subpar possession was overwhelmed by exceptional percentages, including their best run of goaltending for the season. Games 63-82: Jonas Hiller struggled late, so save percentage dipped, but Ducks kept winning with improving possession numbers and exceptional finishing. Key 2014 Additions: LW Dany Heatley, C Ryan Kesler, G Jason LaBarbera, D Clayton Stoner, C Nate Thompson Key 2014 Subtractions: C Nick Bonino, G Jonas Hiller, C Saku Koivu, C Mathieu Perreault, D Stephane Robidas, D Luca Sbisa, RW Teemu Selanne, C Daniel Winnik This Is Now: The Ducks made a lot of changes during the off-season to become stronger in the ever-competitive Western Conference. The biggest move was the acquisition of Ryan Kesler from the Vancouver Canucks. With Getzlaf and Kesler, Anaheim gets a potent one-two punch at centre. Kesler also adds size to a squad that was lacking in that department a season ago. The Michigan native has scored 20-plus goals in six of the last seven seasons and helps a power play that was ranked 22nd overall last year. However, Anaheim gave up their third-leading scorer of last season in the deal, moving Bonino, along with Luca Sbisa. With the departures of Mathieu Perreault, Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu, the Ducks added depth up front with winger Dany Heatley on a one-year contract. The two time 50-goal scorer looks to rejuvenate his career and may have a chance during the season to play alongside Perry and Getzlaf. They also solidified their defence adding Clayton Stoner to a squad that already boasts youngsters Cam Fowler, Sami Vatanen and Hampus Lindholm. The Ducks also let Jonas Hiller sign with the Calgary Flames, so the young tandem of Andersen and Gibson will duel for the starting job in goal this season. Jason LaBarbera was added on for goaltending depth. DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing Patrick Maroon Ryan Getzlaf Corey Perry Kyle Palmieri Ryan Kesler Andrew Cogliano Matt Beleskey Rickard Rakell Jakob Silfverberg Devante Smith-Pelly Nate Thompson Emerson Etem Dany Heatley William Karlsson Tim Jackman Louis LeBlanc Nicolas Kerdiles Stefan Noesen Defence Left Right Cam Fowler Ben Lovejoy Hampus Lindholm Francois Beauchemin Sheldon Souray Sami Vatanen Clayton Stoner Bryan Allen Mark Fistric Jesse Blacker Shea Theodore Josh Manson Goaltenders Frederik Andersen John Gibson Jason LaBarbera Craigs List TSN Director of Scouting Craig Buttons Top Prospect: Nicholas Ritchie is that rare player with the size, power and skill to play any way the game dictates. He strikes an imposing figure, but he can just as easily skate past a defender as power by one. Goalie John Gibson is eligible for the 2014-15 Calder Trophy as rookie of the year, but is rated a lock for the Ducks roster so hes not considered a candidate for the teams top prospect. But John has been a dominant goalie in junior, winning a U-18 Gold, World Junior Gold and World Championship Bronze all before the age of 20. He debuted in the NHL last season, including playoff starts and on a team built to contend for a Stanley Cup, he has the capability to backstop them to a championship. Fantasy - Cullens Player to Watch - Patrick Maroon It took time for Maroon, a power forward, to stick in the NHL, playing only 15 games prior to last season, but he was able to score and put up penalty minutes in the American Hockey League, scoring more than 20 goals four times and registering more than 100 penalty minutes three times. He didnt burst onto the scene last year, either, scoring seven points in 25 games through the end of December, but then opportunities started coming for Maroon, and he started to produce. He earned more ice time, even getting chances to play with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry on the Ducks top line and he finished with a flourish, scoring 15 points in his last 18 regular season games. If Maroon can earn and extra couple of minutes of ice per game, he could be in position to jump significantly from last years 11-goal, 29-point rookie season. Chris Hogan Jersey .com) - Australian Open champion Li Na, former Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitova and former world No. Malcom Brown Jersey . Patton told The Baltimore Sun that he took an Adderall pill four days before the season finished, trying to improve his short-term focus. "I took one because I was stupid," Patton told The Sun. http://www.shoptheofficialpatriots.com/Elite-Laadrian-Waddle-Patriots-Jersey/ . -- Cheyenne Woods, the niece of Tiger Woods, shot a 2-under 69 on Tuesday to finish first in stroke-play qualifying at the Womens U.The Montreal Canadiens hope to turn last years playoff disaster into this years success. The Canadiens finished second in the Eastern Conference in the lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign only to see their attack fizzle and their players take a pounding in a five-game setback to the Ottawa Senators. Their offence, if not so much their mettle, will be tested again when they face the tight-checking Lightning in a best-of-seven conference quarter-final starting tonight in Tampa. You can listen to the game live on TSN Radio or on TSN.ca/Montreal. Captain Brian Gionta feels the experience gained a year ago, along with a strong finish to the regular season, has the Canadiens in better shape going into the post-season. "Weve had a good last run coming in," said Gionta, whose club went 11-3-1 down the stretch. "And we have more guys with playoff experience now. "Last year we had a lot of guys who hadnt played in the playoffs. Hopefully with that experience theyll understand more what its about." What this series looks to be about is goaltending and patience. The Bolts won the season series between the teams 3-1, but three of the games ended 1-1 in regulation time and were decided either in overtime or a shootout. In the last meeting April 1 in Tampa, the Lightning won 3-1 with an empty-net goal by Alex Killorn. Special teams was the difference, with Tampa Bay going 2-for-9 with the man advantage while Montreal was 0-for-4. "I dont expect it to be much different," added Gionta. "Theyve got a great team that plays in-your-face and doesnt give you much time and space. Itll be a good series, for sure." A key will be goaltending, and whether Carey Price can carry the experience of leading Canada to gold at the Winter Olympics in February into the similarly pressure-packed NHL playoffs. The 26-year-old has a 9-17 career post-season record with a 2.90 goals-against average, but his game took a big step forward this season. "Its all about preparing for the (next) game, regardless of whats happened before, or whether youre playing good or bad," said Price. In Tampa, there were fears the season was ruined when six-foot-seven Ben Bishop went down with an arm injury on April 8, but six-foot-six Anders Lindback — who had struggled — went 3-0-0 with two shutouts in the final week of the regular season. Bishop has no NHL playoff experience and Lindback played only 13 minutes of one game for Nashville in 2011, so how either will react to the spotlight is a question mark. Tampa Bay also has Latvian Kristers Gudlevskis, who gave Price and Canada a scare in Sochi with 55 saves in a 2-1 defeat. Coach Jon Coopers Lightning managed a 101-point season despite massive setbacks, including the loss of superstar Steven Stamkos for 45 games with a broken leg and captain Martin St.&nbssp;Louis successful demand for a trade. Dwayne Allen Jersey. The Bolts got the gritty Ryan Callahan from the Rangers in return for the last player left from Tampa Bays 2004 Stanley Cup team. That year marked the only previous playoff meeting between the teams, and Tampa Bay swept it 4-0. Last week, Ryan Malone was arrested for impaired driving and cocaine possession, although the veteran forward is no longer a key player. The Canadiens were boosted by some sharp deadline dealing by general manager Marc Bergevin, who picked up veteran defence help in Mike Weaver, a useful checker in Dale Weise and a first-line scorer in Thomas Vanek. Vanek had six goals and nine assists in 17 games after the trade and his play with David Desharais and Max Pacioretty gave Montreal one of its most dangerous first-line units in years. Now the Austrian right-winger will be looked upon to be an offensive leader in the playoffs. "They got me here for the stretch run to help them out and hopefully to help evolve their game, which is a good challenge for myself," said Vanek. "Its a new season now. "One guy isnt going to make the difference, but whats good is I found chemistry on a good line. The three of us need to be good, but its depth that wins in the playoffs. A line can win a game or two, but not a Cup." The Canadiens hope Vaneks unit can help a power play that went 0-for-23 in the last eight games but taking some of the attention away from point men P.K. Subban and Andrei Markov. Tampa Bay had the 13th best power play at 18.5 per cent this season, but has been deadlier since Stamkos return. The Canadiens counter with the NHLs fourth-best penalty killing unit, led by heady two-way centre Tomas Plekanec. A wild card for Montreal is winger Daniel Briere, who was signed last summer mostly for his history of playoff magic. He has 109 points in 108 career post-season games. But mostly, it will be about discipline - both teams sticking to their system and minimizing mistakes because goals will likely be hard to get. "Were very comfortable playing in those types of situations," said Price. "Weve done well in those types of games all season. "Thats playoff hockey to a T. Every team plays solid defensively and that one goal can make a difference. Limiting scoring chances and scoring on your own chances is a key." The Canadiens will have Brandon Prust back for Game 1 after the rugged winger missed the end of the season with a suspected rib injury, but they will be missing young playmaker Alex Galchenyuk for the series with a knee injury. 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