Anaheim Ducks Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Silfverberg has recorded 23 shots through seven games without scoring a goal this season. He does have two assists.
Impact: Silfverberg had a career year last season with 23 goals, 49 points, 227 shots and a 10.1 shooting percentage, so it's a little surprising to see him struggling to score to start 2017-18. The 26-year-old Swede is locked into a go-to role with the Ducks dealing with a number of injuries, and he's too talented of a shooter for his goalless drought to last much longer. The buy-low window will likely slam shut sooner than later.
News: Cogliano has two goals and four assists through seven games this season.
Impact: The speedy winger has catapulted up the Anaheim depth chart due to the slew of injuries the club has endured. Typically, Cogliano is deployed in a defense-first role and matches up against the opposition's top scorers. However, he projects to see a few more offensive looks and carry more fantasy value while the Ducks are riddled with injuries.
News: Manson has recorded four assists and a plus-7 rating while averaging 22:26 of ice time per contest through seven games this season.
Impact: With the Ducks missing multiple defensemen due to injury, Manson has been tasked with a larger role after averaging just 18:38 of ice time per game in 2016-17. The 25-year-old blue liner has been up to the task, and he checks out as a potential add in deep settings because of his cross-category profile. Just note that Manson's minutes and fantasy value will likely decline once Anaheim has a healthy defense corps.
News: Eaves (lower body) will not join the Ducks on their upcoming four-game road trip, Eric Stephens of The Orange County Register reports.
Impact: Eaves -- who has already been placed on injured reserve -- will remain back in Anaheim while the club heads out on an East Coast trip. The news effectively rules the winger out until the Ducks return home Nov. 1 against the Maple Leafs. Injuries have limited the veteran to just two appearances so far this season.
News: Eaves (lower body) was placed on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
Impact: The move is retroactive to Oct. 13, meaning that Eaves can return as soon as Tuesday against Philadelphia. Still, with the 33-year-old dealing with injuries throughout training camp and missing several practices in the last week, the coaching staff might choose to take a cautious route with the winger. Look for the team to update his status prior to Tuesday's game.