The 2013-14 NHL season ended with a team from southern California hosting the Stanley Cup. Unfortunately, that team was the Los Angeles Kings and not the Anaheim Ducks.
To make matters worse, it was the same Kings team to end the Ducks season in the Stanley Cup Western Conference semifinals. Our Anaheim apartments near the Honda Center make it easy to catch the action of the upcoming season.
An already explosive offensive, led by captain Ryan Geztlaf (87 points) and Corey Perry (82 points), is set to be even more impressive this season with the addition of Ryan Kesler, who racked up 43 points on 25 goals and 18 assists in last year’s campaign for the Vancouver Canucks.
Youngster Frederik Andersen of Denmark will likely get a majority of the playing time in net after an outstanding rookie campaign, in which he went 20-5 in the regular season, though he struggled at times in the playoffs.
The Ducks must take their act on the road for four games before finally arriving at the Honda Center for their home opener against a tough Minnesota Wild team on October 17th.
Anaheim then has four more home games, all in a row, in the month of October. Opponents are the Buffalo Sabres on October 22nd, the Columbus Blue Jackets on October 24th, and the in-state foe Sharks of San Jose on October 26th.
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