Anaheim Ducks Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: After leaving Sunday's game with a lower-body injury, the team did not have an update on Miller's status moving forward.
Impact: The Ducks' netminder was involved in a nasty collision that saw him taken out by multiple Devils players. He skated off under his own power but it appears, at least for now, that Miller could miss some time.
News: Miller (undisclosed) was injured and forced to leave Sunday's game versus the Devils.
Impact: Miller was hurt in a collision that saw multiple players slide hard into his lower half. The Ducks' netminder skated off with trainers under his own power but was in obvious discomfort following the event. Expect his status to be updated in the post-game press conference. Miller was replaced by John Gibson.
News: Miller will cover the home net Sunday as the Ducks play host to the Devils.
Impact: This matchup will feature a pair of backup goalies, with Cory Schneider assigned between the pipes for the visitors. The 38-year-old Miller has a 4-2-1 record to complement robust peripherals (2.47 GAA and .929 save percentage) between six starts and nine games in all. This could be an unforgettable game for Miller since he has a chance for his 375th career win to tie a U.S. Hockey Hall of Famer in John Vanbiesbrouck for the most NHL victories among American-born netminders.
News: Rakell (ankle) is not expected to play Sunday against the Devils since he missed practice the day prior, Dan Arritt of NHL.com reports.
Impact: It doesn't appear that Rakell will be able to avoid missing a second straight game, which is particularly unfortunate when you consider the versatile skater has generated four helpers and five total points over the past two weeks. Brian Gibbons, who used to play for the Devils, should continue to see ice time in Rakell's stead.