Ducks Lead Series 2-1 & Abdelkader's Hit on Lydman


Chris and Kristen discuss the first three games of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs as the Ducks lead Detroit 2-1. What did the failed comeback in Game 2 mean? Justin Abdelkader's hit on Toni Lydman and much more.

Links: Nick Bonino Is "The Answer"


According to the rest of the team. (Allen Iverson called, and he wants his name back).

Ducks Win Game One Over Detroit 3-1


The Anaheim Ducks defeated the Detroit Red Wings by a score of 3-1 to take a 1-0 series lead in the Western Conference Quarterfinals. Nick Bonino, Teemu Selanne, and Francois Beauchemin scored for Anaheim.

Know Thy Enemy's Fans: Winging It In Motown


We've gotten to know the Detroit Red Wings as a team and now we're going to get to know their fans. J.J., Managing Editor at Winging It In Motown and I exchanged the same questions. Here are his answers

Links: It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!


A super-duper playoff links extravaganza!

Better Know Thy Enemy: Penalty Kill Preview


Breaking down the Detroit Red Wings penalty kill in advance of their Western Conference Quarterfinal series with the Anaheim Ducks.

Better Know Thy Enemy: Defense Preview


Anaheim Calling takes a look at the blueliners for their first round series against Detroit.

Better Know Thy Enemy: Forward Preview


With Game One just around the corner, it's time to study up and see what the Red Wings have in store up front. Hint: Datsyuk and Zetterberg are still good.

Better Know Thy Enemy: Goalie Preview


Jimmy Howard owns the Ducks. So naturally we're facing his Detroit Red Wings in the first round.

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