The Anaheim Ducks were a playoff team for the first six games of the season and now they are the wild card of the NHL.
But what’s next?
Let’s take a look at some of the team’s future plans.1.
The future is bright, and it’s all about the young stars2.
The Ducks have three first-round picks in this year’s draft, including the top pick.
They could be headed toward a new era of hockey if they can find a center that can develop the puck as the team continues to evolve.3.
They have the second-best defense in the NHL in the form of Ryan Getzlaf, a big, skilled center who can skate.
He could be a perfect fit in Anaheim.4.
The team could be able to sign young players to solidify their bottom six and keep them there through the next couple of seasons.5.
The biggest issue is a lack of scoring and scoring-related injuries.
The young players have shown they can score, but that’s not enough to get them into the NHL for the foreseeable future.6.
They will be a team that has a lot of questions to answer in the off-season, but it’s also possible the team will be able take a step forward.
They need a big goal scorer, someone who can score goals and score goals big.
They also need to develop their defense.
The depth on that side of the puck is there.
The Ducks are expected to have a lot to say about their future.
The front office is working hard on a list of players it believes will be good fit for the franchise and the organization needs to figure out a way to get that group together and figure out who the right fit will be for them.
The team has not given up on the future, but the organization must start somewhere.