Anaheim Ducks Schedule 2022-2023
From exhilarating home games within the Honda Center to adrenaline-pumping away matchups, every game is a nail-biting spectacle across the Anaheim Ducks schedule. See all the games below:
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Anaheim Ducks Scores
- 10/13, Kraken, Honda Center, W 5-4 OT
- 10/16, Islanders, UBS Arena, L 7-1
- 10/18, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, L 6-4
- 10/19, Devils, Prudential Center, L 4-2
- 10/21, Bruins, TD Garden, L 2-1 SO
- 10/23, Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, L 5-1
- 10/27, Lightning, Honda Center, L 4-2
- 10/28, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, L 4-0
- 10/31, Maple Leafs, Honda Center, W 4-3 OT
- 11/02, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, W 6-5 SO
- 11/04, Canucks, Rogers Arena, L 8-5
- 11/06, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, W 5-4 SO
- 11/07, Panthers, Honda Center, L 5-3
- 11/10, Wild, Honda Center, L 4-1
- 11/13, Blackhawks, Honda Center, L 3-2
- 11/16, Red Wings, Honda Center, W 3-2 OT
- 11/18, Jets, Canada Life Centre, L 3-2
- 11/20, Blues, Enterprise Center, L 6-2
- 11/22, Blues, Enterprise Center, L 3-1
- 11/24, Rangers, Honda Center, W 3-2
- 11/25, Senators, Honda Center, L 5-1
- 11/28, Kraken, Honda Center, L 5-4
- 11/30, Predators, Bridgestone Arena, L 2-1 OT
- 12/02, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 5-0
- 12/03, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 5-4 SO
- 12/04, Jets, Canada Life Centre, L 5-2
- 12/07, Hurricanes, Honda Center, W 4-3 OT
- 12/10, Sharks, Honda Center, L 6-1
- 12/13, Senators, Canadian Tire Centre, L 3-0
- 12/14, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, L 7-0
- 12/16, Canadiens, Bell Centre, W 5-2
- 12/17, Oilers, Rogers Place, W 4-3
- 12/21, Kings, Crypto.com Arena, L 4-1
- 12/22, Wild, Honda Center, L 4-1
- 12/24, Flames, Honda Center, L 3-2 OT
- 12/29, Golden Knights, Honda Center, W 3-2 SO
- 12/30, Predators, Honda Center, L 6-1
- 01/03, Flyers, Honda Center, L 4-1
- 01/05, Stars, Honda Center, W 2-0
- 01/07, Sharks, Honda Center, W 5-4 OT
- 01/09, Bruins, Honda Center, L 7-1
- 01/12, Oilers, Honda Center, L 6-2
- 01/14, Devils, Honda Center, L 6-2
- 01/17, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, L 4-3 OT
- 01/18, Flyers, Wells Fargo Center, L 5-2
- 01/20, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, W 5-3
- 01/21, Sabres, KeyBank Center, L 6-3
- 01/25, Coyotes, Mullett Arena, W 5-2
- 01/27, Avalanche, Ball Arena, W 5-3
- 01/29, Coyotes, Honda Center, W 2-1 OT
- 02/07, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 3-2 SO
- 02/08, Blackhawks, United Center, W 3-2 OT
- 02/11, Penguins, Honda Center, L 6-3
- 02/12, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, L 7-2
- 02/16, Sabres, Honda Center, L 7-3
- 02/18, Kings, Honda Center, L 6-3
- 02/20, Panthers, FLA Live Arena, L 4-3 OT
- 02/22, Lightning, Amalie Arena, L 6-1
- 02/24, Capitals, Capital One Arena, W 4-2
- 02/26, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, W 3-2
- 02/28, Blackhawks, Honda Center, W 4-2
- 03/02, Capitals, Honda Center, L 3-2 OT
- 03/04, Canadiens, Honda Center, W 3-2
- 03/08, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, L 5-2
- 03/09, Canucks, Rogers Arena, L 3-2 OT
- 03/11, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, W 3-1
- 03/13, Predators, Honda Center, L 5-4 OT
- 03/16, Islanders, Honda Center, L 6-3
- 03/18, Blue Jackets, Honda Center, W 7-4
- 03/20, Canucks, Honda Center, L 2-1
- 03/22, Flames, Honda Center, L 5-1
- 03/24, Jets, Honda Center, L 3-2
- 03/26, Blues, Honda Center, L 6-3
- 03/28, Avalanche, Honda Center, L 5-1
- 03/31, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, L 4-1
- 04/02, Oilers, Rogers Place, L 6-0
- 04/03, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, L 5-4
- 04/06, Oilers, Honda Center, L 3-1
- 04/08, Coyotes, Mullett Arena, L 5-4 OT
- 04/10, Avalanche, Honda Center, L 5-4 OT
- 04/12, Canucks, Honda Center, L 3-2
- 04/14, Kings, Honda Center, L 5-3
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How long is the Anaheim Ducks’ season?
The duration of the Anaheim Ducks season, as with all NHL teams, is determined by their regular season schedule and playoff performance. In general, the NHL regular season consists of 82 games and runs from early October to early April. If the Ducks made it to the playoffs, their season could extend until mid-June, depending on how far they progress through the postseason rounds.
How many seasons have the Anaheim Ducks played?
The Anaheim Ducks, established in 1993, have played 29 seasons to date. Throughout their history, the Ducks have also accomplished noteworthy achievements. In the 2002-2003 season, they won their first Stanley Cup championship. Moreover, they have made it to the playoffs 14 times and have won 6 division titles.
What was the best Anaheim Ducks season ever?
The best Anaheim Ducks season ever was the 2006-2007 season, when the team captured their first and only Stanley Cup Championship to date. Led by head coach Randy Carlyle, the team showcased an impressive roster that included the likes of Teemu Selanne, Chris Pronger, and Scott Niedermayer. The Ducks finished the regular season with a strong record of 48-20-14, earning 110 points and the second seed in the Western Conference. Their dominance in the regular season was a sign of things to come, as they continued their success in the playoffs, demonstrating exceptional skill and determination throughout each series.
During the 2007 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Anaheim Ducks displayed their prowess by defeating the Minnesota Wild, Vancouver Canucks, and Detroit Red Wings in the first three rounds. The Ducks faced the Ottawa Senators in the Stanley Cup Final, ultimately winning the series 4-1 and hoisting the Cup on June 6, 2007. Scott Niedermayer, the team’s captain, was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP, further solidifying the 2006-2007 season as the pinnacle of success for the Anaheim Ducks.
What was the worst Anaheim Ducks season ever?
The worst Anaheim Ducks season in their history took place during the 1997-1998 campaign, just four years after the franchise’s inception. The team, then known as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, faced numerous challenges throughout the season, including injuries, lack of depth, and inconsistent play on the ice. The Ducks struggled to find their footing in the competitive Western Conference, ultimately finishing with a dismal record of 26-43-13. This performance earned them a mere 65 points, placing them last in the Pacific Division and second to last in the Western Conference. The 1997-1998 season remains a low point in the team’s history, as they failed to establish any sort of identity or success on the ice.
Several factors contributed to the Mighty Ducks’ abysmal season. Their top scorer, Teemu Selanne, managed 52 goals and 86 points, but the team sorely lacked offensive support beyond him. Anaheim’s defense and goaltending also left much to be desired, with the team allowing 245 goals against, which ranked them among the worst in the league.
Who is the Anaheim Ducks’ biggest rival?
The Anaheim Ducks’ biggest rival is undoubtedly the Los Angeles Kings, with their rivalry commonly referred to as the “Freeway Face-Off” or the “Battle of Southern California.” The rivalry between these two teams stems from their close geographical proximity, with both franchises located in Southern California and separated by a mere 30 miles. This regional competition fuels the intensity between the teams and their fan bases, as they vie for supremacy and bragging rights within the region. The rivalry has intensified over the years, with both teams experiencing varying degrees of success, including each winning a Stanley Cup Championship in recent history (the Ducks in 2007 and the Kings in 2012 and 2014).