The staff at Pucks of a Feather has been hard at work to produce some quality Anaheim Ducks content for our readers this week. These are some of our highlights from the week of August 18, 2018.
As an homage to 25-year of Anaheim Ducks hockey, Jake Robles started our week off strong with a tribute to the Ducks top five enforcers in franchise history. Some notable fights, instigated by our enforcers, were recounted in his article.
Good news for Ducks Nation, Anaheim plays eight times on national television this season. Ed Stein opened the day by reviewing NBC’s broadcasting schedule for the 2018-19 season.
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Wednesday’s article was another fantastic feature from Chris. With three keys to a successful season, this article takes a deep analytic dive into what the Anaheim Ducks need to improve upon in order to flourish in the 2018-19 season.
We started the day by adding another feature to our “all-time list” series. In honor of the 25th anniversary, Chris counted down Anaheim’s top five centers in franchise history.
Ed Stein concluded the evening with an inspiring article about why we, as Ducks Nation, should stand united.
The nostalgia ensued as we took another walk down memory lane. Friday’s feature included our second to last “best players to wear numbers” list. We relived the moments of some of Anaheim’s greatest players by taking a look at numbers 10-6.
With only a few weeks until the Duck’s season opener, we decided it’s high time for the countdown to begin. In honor of there being 47 days until the season opener, we took a look at some of Hampus Lindholm’s best moments of the 2017-18 season.
Stay tuned, the Pucks of a Feather staff is already off to a strong start for the week of August 25, 2018. We have a lot of great features coming your way this week!