Crazy Solutions To End the Anaheim Ducks’ Losing Trend

November 17th, 2009 by SK Leave a reply »

It's so hard to stay positive after watching the Ducks take one point out of a possible eight on their recent road trip.

Watching them suffer through 60 minutes against Pittsburgh Monday night was like watching a train wreck.

For the hundredth time.

The Ducks now have a few days off before they return to the Honda Center for a seven game home-stand.  Between now and then, fans will likely keep their eyes and ears open to the possibility of a trade.

No matter what happens, the need a change.  Something to get this team on track.

It's been said before, but a team with this much talent shouldn't be this bad.

Sure, a bad night here and there would be understandable, excusable.  However, watching this team spiral out of control only to find themselves firmly on the bottom of the pile, the bottom of the Western Conference standings (6-10-3), that is not understandable.

So now the questions remain.  What is the problem?  We're not just talking about a despicable power play anymore.  We've moved beyond discussions of terrible defense, confused penalty kills, and inconsistent goaltendin ...

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