Teemu Selanne spoke for 9 minutes following his team’s 5-3 loss to the Jets. He spoke about what the night meant to him, his reaction to the reception by the fans and all the emotions associated with a return to Winnipeg.
Following a tough 5-3 loss to the Jets, Corey Perry, Bobby Ryan and Ryan Getzlaf spoke with the media. As well as coach Bruce Boudreau. Selanne had a separate press conference.
Teemu Selanne held a press conference this morning from a Winnipeg hotel, he spoke about his excitement surrounding the return to Winnipeg and memories of his time as a player here. Listen to the press conference here
Teemu Selanne will make his much awaited return to Winnipeg this Saturday when his Anaheim Ducks take on the Winnipeg Jets. Selanne held a conference call this afternoon to discuss a number of topics, his time in Winnipeg, the Ducks struggles this season and his upcoming return. Below are the Winnipeg related questions from the [...]
Wednesday Morning NHL Papers (Western Conference): Alain Vigneault is very unhappy with Canucks, Mikko Koivu’s leadership in Minnesota and Brenden Morrow unhappy with Stars’ loss
This morning in the Western Conference, Marian Hossa is finding his game, Valtteri Filppula has cast removed, Mikael Samuelsson avoids media after yesterday’s game, the importance of Joffrey Lupul and Bobby Ryan in Anaheim and much more after the jump.
The Anaheim Ducks have had a relatively busy summer, shipping out one of their top 2 defenders and bringing in a host of new faces, including longtime Selanne pal Saku Koivu, and repatriating Joffrey Lupul. After an 8th place finish in the Western Conference last spring (2nd in the Pacific), the Ducks had a [...]
What team beat writers are saying this afternoon: Randy Carlyle is happy with his team’s moves this off-season, especially the addition of a couple scoring forwards, but his main focus will still be team defense come the fall. He should be happy. The team has one of the best top-six forward units in hockey, some [...]
From TSN.ca: After spending his entire 13-year career in Montreal, Saku Koivu will be calling Orange County his home. The Anaheim Ducks have signed the free agent centre to a one-year, $3.25 million contract. Koivu, 34, had been the Canadiens’ second-longest serving captain in team history. Click here to read the full article. Great move [...]