It was a roller coaster season for the Anaheim Ducks in 2015-2016. After one of the worst starts in team history, the Ducks tore through the final half of the NHL season in historic fashion, even claiming the Pacific Division title on the season’s final day.
But another Game 7 disappointment — the fourth in four years — left the Ducks and their fans searching for answers.
Anaheim Ducks GM Bob Murray said there would be major changes and immediately relieved coach Bruce Boudreau of his duties before trading goaltender Frederik Andersen to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
This season, the Ducks bring back a familiar bench in their Stanley Cup winning coach Randy Carlyle. And after a very fruitful draft, the Ducks appear younger and hungrier than ever to reach the Stanley Cup Final once again.
As a primer for the upcoming season, check out the ‘Ducks Live’ Offseason Report to get the lowdown on all things Ducks as the 2016-2017 season quickly approaches.