Ducks Vs. Red Wings: Anaheim Has Plenty Of Home Cooking Ahead

The Anaheim Ducks have had their struggles of late, at 1-4-3 in their last eight games, but good news is around the corner. The Ducks end their seven-game road trip Saturday night against the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena, facing a team who is slumping worse than them with six straight defeats.

The good news for the Ducks is that they return home after the game in Detroit, and then will be in their own beds for 31 of the next 32 nights. Here is the Ducks' upcoming schedule:

  • Nov. 9: vs. Nashville
  • Nov. 11: vs. Vancouver
  • Nov. 13: vs. Minnesota
  • Nov. 16: at Los Angeles
  • Nov. 17: vs. Los Angeles
  • Nov. 20: vs. Detroit
  • Nov. 23: at Phoenix (only day out of southern California during this stretch)
  • Nov. 25: vs. Chicago
  • Nov. 27: vs. Toronto
  • Nov. 30: vs. Montreal
  • Dec. 2: vs. Philadelphia
  • Dec. 4: vs. Minnesota
  • Dec. 6: vs. Los Angeles

That stretch includes just one back-to-back pair of games, a home and home with the Los Angeles Kings. It's as good a time as any for the Ducks to right their ship with some home cooking.

Saturday's 4:00 p.m. PDT game will be televised by Fox Sports West. For more Ducks news and analysis, be sure to read Anaheim Calling.

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