NHL Hockey is back!

Most of major sports have been playing without any fans. Arizona was the first to allow fans in a limited capacity. In April, the Anaheim Ducks allowed fans to attend the last 5 home games,…

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L’Equipe Magazine highlights 25 years of Anaheim Ducks (@equipemagazine)

I received a call from the Anaheim Ducks telling me a French sports magazine, L’Equipe was doing a story on the 25 years of the Mighty/ Anaheim Ducks.  The writer wanted to interview a fan…

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Photo with the Paul Kariya retirement banner #Retirethe9

I don’t know about other sports clubs, but the Anaheim Ducks does a lot for their season ticket holders.  On October 21, former Mighty Duck Paul Kariya had his number retired up in the rafters.  On…

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Anaheim Ducks Face-off Fest 2018 (#FaceoffFest)

As a season ticket holder, one of the perks we get is a meet and greet with the Anaheim Ducks players and staff at the annual “Face-off Fest” (formerly known as “Break the Ice”).  It…

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Anaheim Ducks: Paint the Ice Event (@anaheimducks)

  On Saturday, April 28th, the Anaheim Ducks provided season tickets holders (now called the Orange Alliance) the opportunity to paint the NHL ice before scraping it down for the season. They had 4 time spots…

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NHL Playoffs start today #PaintitOrange

The NHL playoff begins tonight, and the game I am looking forward to is watching the Vegas Golden Knights will play their first post season against Los Angeles Kings.  Las Vegas has been an amazing…

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Ducks Road Trip to Arizona #LetsGoDucks

It’s the last game of the 2017-18 season, and the Ducks Die Hards (IG: DucksDieHards) organized a road trip to watch the team play the Coyotes at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, AZ.  The…

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Las Vegas: Anaheim Ducks vs Vegas Golden Knights (#ANAvsVGN)

My bucket list is to visit every NHL arena, and after checking off T-Mobile, I only have 3 arenas left to go… so when I say this a 5 star venue, it’s because I have been to…

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Buffalo: KeyBank Center vs Sabres

The Ducks lost the last 2 games played in Toronto and Montreal.  We were hoping that this last game of the road trip would turn out better.  The KeyBank Center is located down the street…

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Plane.. train.. now automobile! Onward to Buffalo!

We traveled by Plane, then Train.. and now automobile.  This part of the trip is not part of the Road Crew.  Twenty five fans traveled independently with me by bus to Buffalo to catch the 7:00 game against…

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Toronto: Air Canada Centre vs Maple Leafs

Getting tickets at the Air Canada Centre is difficult. Getting tickets for almost 100 fans should be near impossible, but somehow the Ducks got us all tickets. However, they were in the gondolas located high…

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Toronto: Hockey Hall of Fame #HHOF

The reason the Ducks chose Toronto for this year’s Road Crew city was 2 former players: Teemu Selanne and Paul Kariya were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.  It made perfect sense to visit this city, and…

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Toronto: Ducks Morning skate at ACC

The Road Crew scheduled for fans to watch the Ducks morning skate after our tour at the DK (Doc) Seaman Hockey Resource Centre.  Although it’s not always a given, we’ve been fortunate to watch the Ducks practice during…

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Toronto: DK (Doc) Seaman Hockey Resource Centre #HHOF

We only have 1 day in this city and the Ducks packed a full day for us, starting at 7:30 am.  When we checked in yesterday, in our packet was a $35 gift card for…

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Toronto: Super Bowl Sunday at Bottom Line

It’s is rare when our Road Crew trip falls on a Super Bowl Sunday.  The last time was in Pittsburgh, and the Ducks hosted a party at a local bar, provided drinks, heavy appetizers, and…

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Super Bowl Sunday: leaving Montréal—>Toronto via train

Our journey continues by way of a train from Montreal to Toronto. Our departure time was 8:55, but we were dropped off early in case people had to check in luggage or wanted to get…

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Montréal: Reuben’s

After watching our Ducks lose 2-5, I started scouting out for dinner plans. Most of the group members were starving, since they didn’t eat at the game.  So I found Reuben’s, another deli type place…

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