NHL Diary: Ducks Rally Late To Eliminate Stars

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NHL: Stars’ Garbutt Fined, Not Suspended For Spearing

Dallas Stars Ryan Garbutt has been fined for his spearing of Corey Perry NHL fines Ryan Garbutt $1,474.36 for spearing Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry. That's max allowed under CBA. — Craig Custance (@CraigCustance) April 26, 2014   Boston


NHL: Ruff “Spear on Perry Wasn’t As Bad”

Lindy Ruff didn’t like what his player Ryan Garbutt did to Corey Perry. He did however think it wasn’t as bad as many made it out to be. Garbutt speared Perry in the first period. For more information on


VIDEO: Stars’ Garbutt Ejected For Spearing Ducks’ Perry

Corey Perry is sometimes known for being a dirty player and Ryan Garbutt felt it was necessary to give Perry some retribution. During last night’s game, Garbutt speared Perry and was then ejected from the game. Here’s the video:


Ryan Getzlaf’s Status For Game 5 Remains Uncertain

Ryan Getzlaf is still unsure whether or not he will play Game 5 for the Ducks.


Ducks Park Teemu Selanne For Game 4

According to Eric Stephens of the O.C. Register, the Ducks are forced to healthy scratch Teemu Selanne

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Ducks’ Robidas Broke His Leg Last Night

obidas had to be helped off the ice after his right leg bent awkwardly when a sliding Ryan Garbutt


Are We Sure Getzlaf Can Play Game 2?

This picture is courtesy of Chris Getzlaf, who is Ryan Getzlaf's brother


Ducks’ Ryan Getzlaf Is Expected To Play Game 2

Ryan Getzlaf should not miss any time after suffering a facial laceration.

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NHL Playoffs: Ducks Getzalf Update

Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf suffered a deep facial laceration last night in Game 1 vs. Dallas. He received numerous stitches, and x-rays were negative. Getzlaf is expected to play tomorrow night in Game 2. Source: Anaheim Ducks Media