Anaheim Ducks: Winning and Losing Back-to-Back

December 24th, 2009 by SK Leave a reply »
The range of emotions resulting in the back-to-back games for the Ducks would make anyone feel bi-polar. 

After overcoming a two-goal deficit on Tuesday night to the surging Colorado Avalanche, it seemed as though the Ducks had figured out the key to success. 



Relentless forchecking!   

Playing a physical and dominating game against a young, agile Colorado team and finding a way to come from behind to win can potentially do wonders for a group often struggling to do the little things right.

Of course, it should be noted that the Ducks dominated a tired Colorado team who battled with Minnesota the night before, but a win is a win, and the Ducks are desperate for points. 

However, after watching the Ducks lose to the Pacific Division rival Phoenix Coyotes in a miserable attempt on Wednesday night, it is also possible the Ducks suffer from short-term memory loss.   

Or perhaps they, too, experienced the same fatigue having played twice in 24 hours. 

No matter the reason, a very obvious lesson was learned.

The Ducks  ...

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