17-12-2004 Neal Broten frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Neal Broten feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Sweden, Neal Broten was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 1st round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 115 NHL games during his career, notching 34 goals and adding 46 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old center has played 31 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 7+9=16 with 0 PIM.


15-12-2004 Gordie Roberts frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Gordie Roberts feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Gordie Roberts was originally drafted to the NHL by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2nd round of the 1992 entry draft. He has appeared in 269 NHL games during his career, notching 12 goals and adding 40 assists along with 185 penalty minutes. The 30 year old defenseman has played 22 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 2+3=5 with 2 PIM.


14-12-2004 Team captain meets with R.J. Umberger
Following the team's recent 4-2 win against Edmonton Oilers on 13-12-2004, Anaheim Mighty Ducks captain Tony Amonte and R.J. Umberger were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Tony Amonte

14-12-2004 Mike Eaves frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Mike Eaves feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Eaves, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 111 NHL games during his career, notching 22 goals and adding 44 assists along with 12 penalty minutes. The 28 year old center has played 29 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 5+14=19 with 4 PIM.


12-12-2004 Tim Young frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks right wing Tim Young feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tim Young, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 112 NHL games during his career, notching 12 goals and adding 21 assists along with 18 penalty minutes. The 29 year old right wing has played 28 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 1+4=5 with 12 PIM.


12-12-2004 Tom McCarthy frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Tom McCarthy feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Finland, Tom McCarthy was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 4th round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 110 NHL games during his career, notching 22 goals and adding 22 assists along with 10 penalty minutes. The 29 year old left wing has played 28 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 10+8=18 with 6 PIM.


11-12-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Marty McInnis has lost his sights and is now 19 games without a goal. Daniel Cleary is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Leetch has played 21 games without a goal. Craig Hartsburg has played 19 games without a goal. Tim Young is down on his game pulling a 14 game streak without registering a single point. R.J. Umberger has lost his sights and is now 13 games without a goal. Tom McCarthy has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mike Eaves has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

Gordie Roberts remains sidelined with ankle injury.



10-12-2004 Media criticises the Anaheim Mighty Ducks
It isn't the happiest time for the Anaheim Mighty Ducks as they are on a 9 game winless streak. Anaheim Mighty Ducks coach had little to say about the way things are going: I don't know. Nothing seems to work...

7-12-2004 Pavel Trnka frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Pavel Trnka feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a regular player.

A native of Czech, Pavel Trnka was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 5th round of the 1994 entry draft. He has appeared in 328 NHL games during his career, notching 9 goals and adding 37 assists along with 188 penalty minutes. The 28 year old defenseman has played 27 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 1+3=4 with 4 PIM.


7-12-2004 Gilles Meloche frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks goaltender Gilles Meloche feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a core player.

A native of Canada, Gilles Meloche was originally drafted to the NHL by the Buffalo Sabres in the 5th round of the 1991 entry draft. He has appeared in 244 NHL games during his career, booking 17 career shutouts and allowing 602 goals. The 30 year old goaltender has played 27 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, allowing 75 goals on 577 while booking 2 shutouts.


6-12-2004 Neal Broten frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Neal Broten feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Sweden, Neal Broten was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 1st round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 110 NHL games during his career, notching 32 goals and adding 45 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old center has played 26 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 5+8=13 with 0 PIM.


4-12-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Al MacAdam is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 1 game goalstreak. Stephane Richer is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Mike Eaves is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Marty McInnis has lost his sights and is now 16 games without a goal. Tony Amonte has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Daniel Cleary has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Leetch has played 18 games without a goal. Craig Hartsburg has played 16 games without a goal. Tim Young is down on his game pulling a 11 game streak without registering a single point. R.J. Umberger has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Neal Broten is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

Gordie Roberts remains sidelined with ankle injury.



4-12-2004 Joel Stepp resumes full training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks center Joel Stepp has resumed full training after his injury.

2-12-2004 Joel Stepp injured.
Joel Stepp of Cincinnati Mighty Ducks suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Springfield Falcons. He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days . Sometimes you just have bad luck and get knocked around, he said as the trainers examined him.

29-11-2004 Tim Young injured.
Tim Young (ANA) suffered arm injury during the game in an incident with Todd Bertuzzi (VAN). He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days. That was just good, clean, hard hitting hockey. If you think I look bad now you should see the other guy, was his comment to the press after leaving the game.

28-11-2004 Tom McCarthy frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Tom McCarthy feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Finland, Tom McCarthy was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 4th round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 104 NHL games during his career, notching 22 goals and adding 21 assists along with 10 penalty minutes. The 29 year old left wing has played 22 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 10+7=17 with 6 PIM.


27-11-2004 Neal Broten frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Neal Broten feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Sweden, Neal Broten was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 1st round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 106 NHL games during his career, notching 30 goals and adding 45 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old center has played 22 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 3+8=11 with 0 PIM.


27-11-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Stephane Richer is looking good with a 4 game point scoring streak with 1 game goalstreak. Tom McCarthy is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Marty McInnis has lost his sights and is now 13 games without a goal. Daniel Cleary is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Leetch has played 15 games without a goal. Craig Hartsburg has played 13 games without a goal. Tim Young has lost his sights and is now 18 games without a goal. R.J. Umberger has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Neal Broten has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

Gordie Roberts remains sidelined with ankle injury.



25-11-2004 Joel Stepp resumes full training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks center Joel Stepp has resumed full training after his injury.

25-11-2004 Gordie Roberts injured.
Gordie Roberts (ANA) suffered ankle injury during the game in an incident with Gordie Dwyer (CBS). He is expected to be sidelined for more than a month. Yes it does hurt, quite a bit actually, he murmured as he grimaced in pain.

24-11-2004 Al MacAdam frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Al MacAdam feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Al MacAdam was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 3rd round of the 1993 entry draft. He has appeared in 275 NHL games during his career, notching 55 goals and adding 58 assists along with 351 penalty minutes. The 29 year old left wing has played 21 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 8+4=12 with 2 PIM.


24-11-2004 Craig Hartsburg injured.
Craig Hartsburg (ANA) suffered thigh injury during the game in an incident with Jeremy Roenick (CBS). He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days. This is a rough game and injuries happen, lucky for me that this one is not serious, he said in a TV interview.

22-11-2004 Daniel Cleary frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks right wing Daniel Cleary feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a core player.

A native of Canada, Daniel Cleary was originally drafted to the NHL by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 1st round of the 1997 entry draft. He has appeared in 376 NHL games during his career, notching 55 goals and adding 77 assists along with 132 penalty minutes. The 25 year old right wing has played 20 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 7+5=12 with 5 PIM.


20-11-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Tony Amonte is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Daniel Cleary is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Brad Maxwell is looking steady with 4 points in 4 games last week. Kimmo Timonen is looking steady with 4 points in 4 games last week.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Marty McInnis has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Leetch has played 12 games without a goal. Craig Hartsburg has played 10 games without a goal. Tim Young has lost his sights and is now 15 games without a goal. Gordie Roberts has played 10 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Neal Broten has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



20-11-2004 Joel Stepp resumes light training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks center Joel Stepp has resumed light training after his injury and is listed day to day.

19-11-2004 Maxim Rybin resumes full training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks right wing Maxim Rybin has resumed full training after his injury.

18-11-2004 Tim Young frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks right wing Tim Young feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tim Young, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 102 NHL games during his career, notching 12 goals and adding 21 assists along with 18 penalty minutes. The 29 year old right wing has played 18 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 1+4=5 with 12 PIM.


17-11-2004 Craig Hartsburg frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Craig Hartsburg feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Finland, Craig Hartsburg was originally drafted to the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in the 4th round of the 1994 entry draft. He has appeared in 130 NHL games during his career, notching 11 goals and adding 31 assists along with 83 penalty minutes. The 30 year old defenseman has played 18 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 2+7=9 with 10 PIM.


17-11-2004 Maxim Rybin injured.
Maxim Rybin of Cincinnati Mighty Ducks suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Kansas City Blades. He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days . This will just build character, sitting out a few days I mean, he said while limping toward the dressing room.

16-11-2004 Jeff Cotter resumes full training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks right wing Jeff Cotter has resumed full training after his injury.

15-11-2004 Tim Young frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks right wing Tim Young feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tim Young, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 101 NHL games during his career, notching 12 goals and adding 21 assists along with 18 penalty minutes. The 29 year old right wing has played 17 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 1+4=5 with 12 PIM.


13-11-2004 Gordie Roberts frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Gordie Roberts feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Gordie Roberts was originally drafted to the NHL by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2nd round of the 1992 entry draft. He has appeared in 262 NHL games during his career, notching 11 goals and adding 40 assists along with 183 penalty minutes. The 30 year old defenseman has played 15 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 1+3=4 with 0 PIM.


13-11-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Brian Leetch is looking good with 2 points in 1 games last week.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Maxim Balmochnykh is sliding on a 15 game streak without registering a single point. Marty McInnis has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Tony Amonte has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Tim Young has lost his sights and is now 11 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



11-11-2004 Jeff Cotter resumes light training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks right wing Jeff Cotter has resumed light training after his injury and is listed day to day.

8-11-2004 Mike Eaves frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Mike Eaves feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Eaves, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 96 NHL games during his career, notching 21 goals and adding 37 assists along with 12 penalty minutes. The 28 year old center has played 14 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 4+7=11 with 4 PIM.


7-11-2004 Mike Eaves frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Mike Eaves feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Eaves, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 96 NHL games during his career, notching 21 goals and adding 37 assists along with 12 penalty minutes. The 28 year old center has played 14 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 4+7=11 with 4 PIM.


6-11-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Mike Eaves is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Marty McInnis has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Tony Amonte has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Tim Young has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



4-11-2004 Craig Hartsburg frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Craig Hartsburg feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Finland, Craig Hartsburg was originally drafted to the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in the 4th round of the 1994 entry draft. He has appeared in 126 NHL games during his career, notching 11 goals and adding 30 assists along with 81 penalty minutes. The 30 year old defenseman has played 14 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 2+6=8 with 8 PIM.


30-10-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Tom McCarthy is looking red hot with a 6 game point streak.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Tim Young has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mike Eaves has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



28-10-2004 Antti Tormanen agrees on a contract.
Antti Tormanen has signed a one year deal with the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks. Financial terms of the deal were not announced.

27-10-2004 Gilles Meloche frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks goaltender Gilles Meloche feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a core player.

A native of Canada, Gilles Meloche was originally drafted to the NHL by the Buffalo Sabres in the 5th round of the 1991 entry draft. He has appeared in 228 NHL games during his career, booking 16 career shutouts and allowing 562 goals. The 30 year old goaltender has played 11 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, allowing 35 goals on 257 while booking 1 shutouts.


27-10-2004 Jeff Cotter injured.
Jeff Cotter of Cincinnati Mighty Ducks suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Springfield Falcons. He is expected to be sidelined for almost a month . Our trainer has assured me this is not serious, but I won't be on my skates for a few weeks anyway, he commented to the media.

27-10-2004 Tom McCarthy injured.
Tom McCarthy (ANA) suffered knee injury during the game in an incident with Brooks Orpik (PHO). He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days. They just want to be careful after what happened to me last time. I'll dress for tomorrows practice, then it's up to the coaching staff, he commented from the trainers bench.

26-10-2004 Tom McCarthy frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Tom McCarthy feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Finland, Tom McCarthy was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 4th round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 92 NHL games during his career, notching 17 goals and adding 17 assists along with 8 penalty minutes. The 29 year old left wing has played 10 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 5+3=8 with 4 PIM.


26-10-2004 Jarrett Smith resumes full training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks center Jarrett Smith has resumed full training after his injury.

23-10-2004 Neal Broten frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Neal Broten feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Sweden, Neal Broten was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 1st round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 93 NHL games during his career, notching 29 goals and adding 40 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old center has played 9 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 2+3=5 with 0 PIM.


23-10-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Marty McInnis is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Denny Lambert is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Brian Leetch is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Tom McCarthy is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 2 game goalstreak.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Daniel Cleary has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Gilles Meloche has been chilly and allowed 12 goals in 3 games. Tim Young has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Stephane Richer has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



22-10-2004 Mike Eaves resumes full training.
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Mike Eaves has resumed full training after his groin injury.

21-10-2004 Jarrett Smith resumes light training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks center Jarrett Smith has resumed light training after his injury and is listed day to day.

21-10-2004 Joel Stepp injured.
Joel Stepp of Cincinnati Mighty Ducks suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Manchester Monarchs. He is expected to be sidelined for more than a month . Looks like I'll be riding the bike for awhile, was his comment to the press after leaving the game.

21-10-2004 Mike Eaves injured.
Mike Eaves (ANA) suffered groin injury during the game in an incident with Joe Corvo (LA). He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days. These small things happen every now and then, it's all part of hockey, he commented from the trainers bench.

20-10-2004 Team captain meets with Marty McInnis
Team captain Tony Amonte called a short meeting with Marty McInnis after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Marty McInnis as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

19-10-2004 Al MacAdam frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Al MacAdam feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Al MacAdam was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 3rd round of the 1993 entry draft. He has appeared in 261 NHL games during his career, notching 52 goals and adding 55 assists along with 349 penalty minutes. The 29 year old left wing has played 7 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 5+1=6 with 0 PIM.


16-10-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Tony Amonte is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Kimmo Timonen is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. R.J. Umberger is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Marty McInnis has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Tim Young is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Neal Broten has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



15-10-2004 Tony Martensson resumes full training.
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks center Tony Martensson has resumed full training after his injury.

14-10-2004 Maxim Balmochnykh frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Maxim Balmochnykh feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Maxim Balmochnykh was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 2nd round of the 1997 entry draft. He has appeared in 12 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 2 penalty minutes. The 25 year old left wing has played 6 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 0 PIM.


13-10-2004 Maxim Balmochnykh frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Maxim Balmochnykh feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Maxim Balmochnykh was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 2nd round of the 1997 entry draft. He has appeared in 11 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 2 penalty minutes. The 25 year old left wing has played 5 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 0 PIM.


12-10-2004 Gilles Meloche frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks goaltender Gilles Meloche feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a core player.

A native of Canada, Gilles Meloche was originally drafted to the NHL by the Buffalo Sabres in the 5th round of the 1991 entry draft. He has appeared in 222 NHL games during his career, booking 16 career shutouts and allowing 544 goals. The 30 year old goaltender has played 5 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, allowing 17 goals on 127 while booking 1 shutouts.


12-10-2004 Tony Martensson injured.
Tony Martensson of Cincinnati Mighty Ducks suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Philadelphia Phantoms. He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days . They just want to be careful after what happened to me last time. I'll dress for tomorrows practice, then it's up to the coaching staff, he said after the game in the dressing room.

12-10-2004 Jarrett Smith injured.
Jarrett Smith of Cincinnati Mighty Ducks suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Philadelphia Phantoms. He is expected to be sidelined for around two weeks . It was very painfull at first, but now it is a little better, hopefully within 2-3 weeks I'll be back in action, he said from the locker room after being helped off the ice.

10-10-2004 Tom McCarthy frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Tom McCarthy feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Finland, Tom McCarthy was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 4th round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 86 NHL games during his career, notching 14 goals and adding 15 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old left wing has played 4 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 2+1=3 with 2 PIM.


9-10-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Brian Leetch is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Al MacAdam is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 3 game goalstreak. Craig Hartsburg is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Tom McCarthy is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 2 game goalstreak. Mike Eaves is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Gilles Meloche has been chilly and allowed 16 goals in 3 games. Neal Broten is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



7-10-2004 Brad Maxwell frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Brad Maxwell feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Brad Maxwell was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 4th round of the 1991 entry draft. He has appeared in 181 NHL games during his career, notching 5 goals and adding 32 assists along with 50 penalty minutes. The 32 year old defenseman has played 2 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 0+1=1 with 2 PIM.


7-10-2004 Team captain meets with Gordie Roberts
Following the team's recent 5-3 loss at Montreal Canadiens on 7-10-2004, Anaheim Mighty Ducks captain Tony Amonte and Gordie Roberts did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Tony Amonte

5-10-2004 Gordie Roberts frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Gordie Roberts feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Gordie Roberts was originally drafted to the NHL by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2nd round of the 1992 entry draft. He has appeared in 248 NHL games during his career, notching 10 goals and adding 37 assists along with 183 penalty minutes. The 30 year old defenseman has played 1 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 0 PIM.


4-10-2004 Jan Vopat agrees on a contract.
Jan Vopat has signed a one year deal with the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks. Financial terms of the deal were not announced.

3-10-2004 Team captain meets with Marty McInnis
Team captain Tony Amonte called a short meeting with Marty McInnis after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Marty McInnis as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

2-10-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

No-one is especially cold at the moment.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



30-9-2004 Pavel Trnka frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Pavel Trnka feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a regular player.

A native of Czech, Pavel Trnka was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 5th round of the 1994 entry draft. He has appeared in 301 NHL games during his career, notching 8 goals and adding 34 assists along with 184 penalty minutes. The 28 year old defenseman is expecting a good season for the team.


30-9-2004 Media rates the best players in the league
GOALTENDER
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Ed BelfourAAA29Dallas Stars
Dominik Hasek AAA29St. Louis Blues
Patrick RoyA-A-A28Colorado Avalanche
Martin BrodeurA-BA-32New Jersey Devils
Curtis JosephA-A-A-27Toronto Maple Leafs
Tomas VokounA-A-A-28Dallas Stars
Billy SmithA-A-A-20Detroit Red Wings
Patrick LalimeBBB30Ottawa Senators
Marc-Andre FleuryBBB19Pittsburgh Penguins
Jean-Sebastien Giguere84848427Los Angeles Kings
DEFENSEMAN
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Duncan KeithBAA-19New York Islanders
Brent BurnsBA-A-19St. Louis Blues
Derek MorrisBBA-26Calgary Flames
Dan BoyleBBA-28Vancouver Canucks
Brian CampbellB-AA-25Buffalo Sabres
Ryan SuterB-A-A-18Edmonton Oilers
Shea WeberB-AA-19Washington Capitals
Brent SeabrookB-AA-19Pittsburgh Penguins
Zdeno CharaBAB27Ottawa Senators
Chris ProngerB-AB29Chicago Blackhawks
LEFT WING
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Paul KariyaABA-29St. Louis Blues
Patrik EliasABA-28New Jersey Devils
Brett HullA-B-A-30Boston Bruins
Mark MessierBBB33Detroit Red Wings
Zach PariseBA-B19Phoenix Coyotes
Pavel BureACB33Florida Panthers
Jeff FriesenBB-B28San Jose Sharks
Mike KeaneB-A-B27St. Louis Blues
Ryan SmythB-B-B28Pittsburgh Penguins
Cliff RonningBB-B28Dallas Stars
CENTER
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Mario LemieuxAA-A28Pittsburgh Penguins
Joe ThorntonA-BA-25Boston Bruins
Steve YzermanA-BA-29Detroit Red Wings
Joe SakicAB-A-35Colorado Avalanche
Gilbert PerreaultA-BA-20St. Louis Blues
Patrice BergeronBAA-18Dallas Stars
Ron FrancisBBA-31San Jose Sharks
Joe NieuwendykA-BA-28Montreal Canadiens
Sergei FedorovBB-A-34Phoenix Coyotes
Eric Staal89838719Los Angeles Kings
RIGHT WING
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Jaromir JagrACA-32Washington Capitals
Luc RobitailleA-B-A-28Detroit Red Wings
Eric DazeA-BA-29Chicago Blackhawks
Ilya KovalchukAB-A-21Montreal Canadiens
Corey PerryA-BA-18Pittsburgh Penguins
Teemu SelanneACB34St. Louis Blues
Milan HejdukA-B-B28Colorado Avalanche
Martin St. LouisA-B-B29Columbus Blue Jackets
Steve SullivanBB-B30St. Louis Blues
Mark RecchiA-B-B29Philadelphia Flyers


28-9-2004 Mike Eaves frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Mike Eaves feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Eaves, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 90 NHL games during his career, notching 20 goals and adding 34 assists along with 13 penalty minutes. The 28 year old center has played 8 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 3+4=7 with 5 PIM.


25-9-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Tony Amonte is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Al MacAdam is looking good with a 4 game point scoring streak with 1 game goalstreak. Craig Hartsburg is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Gordie Roberts is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Mike LeClerc has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Maxim Balmochnykh is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Marty McInnis is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Tommy Salo hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Tom McCarthy has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Pierre Parenteau has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dominic Moore has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



22-9-2004 Al MacAdam frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Al MacAdam feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Al MacAdam was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 3rd round of the 1993 entry draft. He has appeared in 260 NHL games during his career, notching 49 goals and adding 59 assists along with 351 penalty minutes. The 29 year old left wing has played 6 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 2+5=7 with 2 PIM.


19-9-2004 Craig Hartsburg frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Craig Hartsburg feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Finland, Craig Hartsburg was originally drafted to the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in the 4th round of the 1994 entry draft. He has appeared in 117 NHL games during his career, notching 10 goals and adding 27 assists along with 73 penalty minutes. The 29 year old defenseman has played 5 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 1+3=4 with 0 PIM.


18-9-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

Gilles Meloche has been chilly and allowed 8 goals in 2 games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



14-9-2004 Tim Young frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks right wing Tim Young feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tim Young, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 87 NHL games during his career, notching 11 goals and adding 17 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old right wing has played 3 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 0 PIM.


13-9-2004 Craig Hartsburg frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Craig Hartsburg feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Finland, Craig Hartsburg was originally drafted to the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in the 4th round of the 1994 entry draft. He has appeared in 115 NHL games during his career, notching 9 goals and adding 25 assists along with 73 penalty minutes. The 29 year old defenseman has played 3 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 0+1=1 with 0 PIM.


13-9-2004 Mike Eaves frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Mike Eaves feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Eaves, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 85 NHL games during his career, notching 17 goals and adding 32 assists along with 13 penalty minutes. The 28 year old center has played 3 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks this season, totalling 0+2=2 with 5 PIM.


11-9-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Tony Amonte is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week. Al MacAdam is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week. Stephane Richer is looking good with 5 points in 2 games last week. Tom McCarthy is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week.

Who's cold

Gilles Meloche has been chilly and allowed 8 goals in 2 games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



6-9-2004 Tim Young frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks right wing Tim Young feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tim Young, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 84 NHL games during his career, notching 11 goals and adding 17 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old right wing is getting ready for the upcoming season.


4-9-2004 Maxim Balmochnykh frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Maxim Balmochnykh feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Maxim Balmochnykh was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 2nd round of the 1997 entry draft. He has appeared in 6 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 2 penalty minutes. The 25 year old left wing is eagerly waiting to hit the ice once the season starts.


4-9-2004 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

No-one is especially cold at the moment.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



2-9-2004 Neal Broten frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Neal Broten feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Sweden, Neal Broten was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 1st round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 84 NHL games during his career, notching 27 goals and adding 37 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old center is getting ready for the upcoming season.


29-8-2004 Pavel Trnka frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Pavel Trnka feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a regular player.

A native of Czech, Pavel Trnka was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 5th round of the 1994 entry draft. He has appeared in 301 NHL games during his career, notching 8 goals and adding 34 assists along with 184 penalty minutes. The 28 year old defenseman is looking forward for the start of the season.


29-8-2004 Neal Broten frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Neal Broten feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Sweden, Neal Broten was originally drafted to the NHL by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 1st round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 84 NHL games during his career, notching 27 goals and adding 37 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old center is looking forward for the start of the season.


30-6-2004 Training camp preview
Anaheim Mighty Ducks will arrange the annual training camp starting on September 14th. Players reporting to the training camp with either Anaheim Mighty Ducks and Cincinnati Mighty Ducks:
- Pavel Trnka D
- Mike LeClerc R
- Maxim Balmochnykh L
- Gregg Naumenko G
- Dan Bylsma R
- Marty McInnis C
- Denny Lambert L
- Fred Brathwaite G
- Tony Amonte R
- Daniel Cleary R
- Tommy Salo G
- Brad Maxwell D
- Brian Leetch D
- Kimmo Timonen D
- Martin Gerber G
- Scott Thornton L
- Gilles Meloche G
- Al MacAdam L
- Torrey DiRoberto L
- Hugh Hamilton D
- Tom Lawson G
- Magnus Nilsson L
- Craig Hartsburg D
- Peter Podhradsky D
- Jarrett Smith C
- Tim Young R
- Brian White D
- Josh DeWolf D
- Gordie Roberts D
- Stephane Richer R
- R.J. Umberger C
- Joel Stepp C
- Tom McCarthy L
- Vladimir Korsunov D
- Andreas Andersson G
- Timo Ahmaoja D
- Kevin Brown R
- Jan Tabacek D
- Pierre Parenteau R
- Andreas Salmonsson L
- Jonathan Hedstrom R
- Troy Crowder R
- Neal Broten C
- Maxim Rybin R
- Alexandr Chagodayev C
- Viktor Wallin D
- Bill Cass D
- Don Scott L
- Tony Martensson C
- John Smith C
- Dominic Moore R
- Mike Eaves C
- Joel Perreault C
- Brandon Rogers D

Players reporting out of shape:
- Fred Brathwaite G
- Tommy Salo G
- Tim Young R
- R.J. Umberger C
- Joel Stepp C
- Kevin Brown R
- Jan Tabacek D
- Jonathan Hedstrom R
- Troy Crowder R
- Alexandr Chagodayev C
- Viktor Wallin D
- Bill Cass D

Players reporting in good shape:
- Gregg Naumenko G
- Dan Bylsma R
- Martin Gerber G
- Tom Lawson G
- Brian White D
- Andreas Salmonsson L
- Maxim Rybin R
- Tony Martensson C
- Mike Eaves C


30-6-2004 Craig Hartsburg leaves team
Craig Hartsburgs contract has expired and he has left the team.

30-6-2004 Guy Charron leaves team
Guy Charrons contract has expired and he has left the team.

30-6-2004 Terry Simpson leaves team
Terry Simpsons contract has expired and he has left the team.

30-6-2004 Konstantin Krylov leaves team
Konstantin Krylovs contract has expired and he has left the team.

27-6-2004 Mike Eaves frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Mike Eaves feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Eaves, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 82 NHL games during his career, notching 17 goals and adding 30 assists along with 8 penalty minutes. The 28 year old center is waiting for a good start this season.


24-6-2004 Craig Hartsburg praises Kirill Jozefevich
Anaheim Mighty Ducks head coach Craig Hartsburg has praised young right wing Kirill Jozefevich in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.



23-6-2004 Gilles Meloche frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks goaltender Gilles Meloche feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a core player.

A native of Canada, Gilles Meloche was originally drafted to the NHL by the Buffalo Sabres in the 5th round of the 1991 entry draft. He has appeared in 217 NHL games during his career, booking 15 career shutouts and allowing 527 goals. The 29 year old goaltender is expecting a good season for the team.


23-6-2004 Gordie Roberts frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Gordie Roberts feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Gordie Roberts was originally drafted to the NHL by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2nd round of the 1992 entry draft. He has appeared in 247 NHL games during his career, notching 10 goals and adding 37 assists along with 183 penalty minutes. The 30 year old defenseman is getting ready for the upcoming season.


24-6-2004 Options to be confirmed tomorrow
The following players' contract options need to be confirmed tomorrow:


23-6-2004 Contracts expiring !
The following players' contracts are going to expire in one week:
-Scott Thornton (Anaheim Mighty Ducks) UFA
-Kevin Brown (Cincinnati Mighty Ducks) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Andreas Salmonsson (Cincinnati Mighty Ducks) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Troy Crowder (Cincinnati Mighty Ducks) UFA


23-6-2004 Contracts expiring !
The following staff members' contracts are going to expire in one week:
-Craig Hartsburg(pro)
-Guy Charron(pro)
-Terry Simpson(pro)
-Konstantin Krylov(pro)


21-6-2004 Tim Young frustrated
Anaheim Mighty Ducks right wing Tim Young feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tim Young, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 84 NHL games during his career, notching 11 goals and adding 17 assists along with 6 penalty minutes. The 29 year old right wing is expecting a good season for the team.


20-6-2004 Board decreases player budget for next season
The board of owners has decreased player budget for next season with $5 000 000 because of your poor financial record.

20-6-2004 Board loans money
The board of owners has loaned $15 795 402$ for the team to balance the team funds.

Eastside Hockey Manager