Thursday, September 11, 2014

Anaheim Ducks extend coach Bruce Boudreau’s contract by two years

Anaheim Ducks extend coach Bruce Boudreau’s contract by two years

Bruce Boudreau, who coached the Ducks to the second-best record in the NHL last season and to their second consecutive Pacific Division title, received a two-season contract extension Wednesday. Boudreau remains under contract through the 2016-17 season.

Anaheim to fund body cameras for police officers

On Sept. 5, 2014, the Anaheim Police Department released a statement with the subject line: "Anaheim Police Chief Makes Request to Anaheim City Council to Fund Body Worn Camera Initiative." According to a CBS local news article, the Anaheim police chief ...

Anaheim Ducks give head coach Bruce Boudreau two-year extension

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Bruce Boudreau has transformed the Anaheim Ducks from underachievers into contenders, and the club is confident the coach can finally chase down his first Stanley Cup championship. Boudreau agreed to a two-year contract extension ...

Summer Skate: Anaheim Ducks

Although the weather doesn't necessarily make us think of winter pursuits, it's a good time to take the temperature of every NHL team. Hockey Prospectus will guide us through the league-wide tour and spotlight one player trending up and one player trending ...

Saku Koivu retires after 18 seasons in NHL, starring for Montreal and Anaheim

ANAHEIM, California — Saku Koivu retired Wednesday after an 18-year NHL career with the Anaheim Ducks and the Montreal Canadiens. The four-time Finnish Olympic medalist and cancer survivor announced his decision through the NHL players' association.

Anaheim Ducks extend coach Bruce Boudreau's contract through 2017 after division titles

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Coach Bruce Boudreau and the Anaheim Ducks have agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2016-17 season. The Ducks announced the deal Wednesday. Boudreau is 111-55-22 in nearly three seasons with the Ducks, transforming an ...

Anaheim Ducks forward Saku Koivu retires

Saku Koivu sat back while his Finnish teammate Teemu Selanne soaked in an outpouring of love from Anaheim Ducks fans after the team’s Game 7 loss to the Los Angeles Kings. Fans cheered Selanne as he skated in full gear for the last time in the NHL.

Anaheim Police to Wear Body Cams

The Anaheim Police Department will be the latest law enforcement agency to outfit its officers with body cameras. KABC's Jim Roope reports the city council has approved 1-point-1-million-dollars for more than 200 cameras.

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