1. Anaheim Ducks Draft Jake Gardiner After Busy First Day at The Draft

    To begin the draft for Anaheim, they made a trade for the 17th and 28th overall picks with Los Angeles after the Kings made a trade with Calgary sending Mike Cammalleri to Calgary for two picks for the Kings...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 720 reads 3 comments

  2. Anaheim Ducks: Dave Nonis Named Senior Advisor On Draft Day

    While every other bit of buzz around the NHL concerned the draft and last minute trades, the Ducks were busy getting Dave Nonis aboard. On Friday, The Ducks organization announced that Nonis had been named the Senior Adviser of Hockey Operations...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 532 reads 2 comments

  3. NHL Draft Day: It's Arrived!

    To begin with, last night news broke of Jamal Mayers being traded for a third round pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Mayers will be a good fit in Toronto, and will surely be missed in St...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 539 reads 0 comments

  4. Brian Burke Conference Call Reveals Insight into Anaheim Ducks' Draft Ideas

    On Thursday, a transcript of a conference call between Brian Burke and who I'm guessing is a member of the Anaheim PR team (probably my friend Adam Brady), appeared on the Ducks' website...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 640 reads 0 comments

  5. Anaheim Ducks: Brian Burke Happy with Corey Perry Situation & Draft Day Deals

    On NHL Live on Tuesday, Anaheim Ducks' GM Brian Burke discussed a lot of current situations. Burke covered everything from Toronto GM rumors to the Draft and free agency. Two priorities for Ducks' fans that Burke discusses were Corey Perry and the Draft..

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 477 reads 3 comments

  6. Chris Pronger Not Captain Material for Anaheim Ducks

    As a highly educated hockey fan, writer and former player, I think I have the right once in a while on certain issues to complain...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 728 reads 13 comments

  7. Stanley Cup Makes Everyone a Champion—Even Those Unable to Lift It

    Even with the Stanley Cup under new ownership, it cant seem to stop visiting Southern California. After Chris Osgood and Nick Lidstrom took it on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 515 reads 7 comments

  8. Jonas Hiller, Andrew Ebbett Extend Contracts with Anaheim Ducks

    The Anaheim Ducks today announced the re-signing of backup goaltender Jonas Hiller. Hiller was signed to a two-year contract extension through the 2009-2010 NHL season...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 794 reads 7 comments

  9. NHL: U.S.-Canada Communication Breakdown

    To understand this article, please see the link below of a hockey article written for the National Post, a Canadian publication. National Post article Now that you have read this idiocy, I recommend sending a letter to the editor, as I have done...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 414 reads 18 comments

  10. Anaheim Ducks: Bergeron Trade Is All About Dollars and Cents

    I am not a writer who really likes to dig into rumors, but this time one really dug at me. It's a rumor, to be honest, that I’m choosing to start...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 404 reads 2 comments

  11. Anaheim Ducks Marc-Andre Bergeron Traded To Minnesota Wild For 3rd Round Pick

    With the Anaheim Ducks looking to get younger this off season they made an interesting move Tuesday by trading defensemen Marc-Andre Bergeron to the Minnesota Wild for a third round draft pick in this year draft...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 324 reads 5 comments

  12. Ken's Rants: This Stuff Is Stupid, Part 3—"Conn Smythe Is All Wrong" Edition

    As a sports fan, I chose to take some time and not immediately spit out this article in confusion and rage. It’s an odd thing for me to complain about who is awarded a trophy, but this I have to say...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 327 reads 12 comments

  13. Anaheim Ducks Inaugural Street Hockey Tournament a Huge Success

    Hockey isn’t generally associated with warm summer days in Southern California, but the Anaheim Ducks are trying to change that. On Saturday May 17, fourth graders from nine different area schools arrived at Honda Center with their game faces on...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 437 reads 2 comments

  14. 2008 Armer Award: As Presented by The Bleacher Report NHL Community Leaders

    With the playoffs over, I am now able to come to a moment I had been looking forward to all postseason: It’s time to give out the Armer Award—the Award to the Top NHL Player as nominated by Bleacher Report, and chosen by me...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 613 reads 9 comments

  15. Anaheim Ducks Cup Win: A Year Later And The Influence Of Ken Armer's Future

    On June 6, 2007, the Anaheim Ducks won their first franchise Stanley Cup. It was the first Cup for the state of California. To be honest, when that game occurred, I was not much of a Ducks' fan...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 416 reads 4 comments

  16. Steve Ott: The Most Annoying Man in Dallas, and For Good Reason

    No one at the 2000 NHL Entry Draft would have thought that the 6’0", 193lbs Center from Summerside, PE, Canada named Steve Ott would become a physical force to be reckoned with on the ice for the Dallas Stars...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 877 reads 0 comments

  17. Anaheim Ducks '07-'08 Season in Review, Part 4: The Offseason Checklist

    The Anaheim Ducks season ended all too soon after their first round loss to the Dallas Stars. With a great team already under contract for the most part, I have a sure fire checklist ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 348 reads 1 comments

  18. Anaheim Ducks News: Brian Burke Named 2010 U.S. Hockey GM

    One day after the Ducks celebrated their first Stanley Cup victory a year ago, Brian Burke, the Ducks general manager, was selected to be the U.S. hockey teams GM for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 546 reads 1 comments

  19. The Game Of Lies: Toronto Sun Against Brian Burke Against The LA Media

    "Interestingly, Wilson and Anaheim Ducks general manager and executive VP Brian Burke are close friends and former teammates at Providence College in the 1970s, suggesting that Burke, who is ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 842 reads 14 comments

  20. NHL News: Anaheim Ducks Announce AHL Affiliation with Iowa

    Breaking News Out of Anaheim: Today the Anaheim Ducks announced they had signed a multi-year affiliation agreement with the Iowa franchise, formerly known as the Iowa Stars...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 1,130 reads 3 comments

  21. Brian Burke Denies Asking to Leave Anaheim Ducks for Toronto Maple Leafs Job

    As the snowballing scandal that is the Brian Burke, Anaheim Ducks, and Toronto Maple Leafs fiasco continues this offseason, Burke has stepped forward denying he asked out of his contract in Orange County...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 1,072 reads 3 comments

  22. Anaheim Ducks '07-'08 Season in Review, Part 3: the Ducks' Top 10 Moments

    Writer's Note: This is a work originally posted on the Ducks website. The proper citation can be found below. 10. February 1, 2008 at St. Louis Jean-Sebastien Giguere establishes a new club mark for career shutouts in a 1-0 shootout loss at St...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 408 reads 0 comments

  23. St. Louis Blues and Los Angeles Kings To Meet in Kansas City For Pre Season Game

    Writers Note: As a Kansas City native, I must first comment that this might be the most exciting moment since my first Kansas City Blades game. Today at 3:41pm Eastern time, the St...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 6 years ago 1,185 reads 12 comments

  24. Joe Dipenta To Cook, Anaheim Ducks To Serve Food For Charity In O.C.

    Professional hockey players have always seemed like some of the most giving individuals in the sports world. They give on the ice for their teammates and coaches, and off the ice they take on honorable causes for charity...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 6 years ago 508 reads 2 comments

  25. Gary Bettman to Toronto Maple Leafs: "Back Off Brian Burke, or Else!"

    Before Game One of the Stanley Cup Finals, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman spoke regarding the state of the league and touched on something the Anaheim Ducks would find important: the situation ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 6 years ago 393 reads 5 comments