More Ducks stuff. Frederik Andersen has concussion. Suffered last game against Calgary.
Sportsnet "There was once a time when Frederik Andersen was a little-known goaltender from Denmark who twice passed through the NHL draft unclaimed. Back then he was dying for a scout to come watch him play. Now? Well, it’s no longer an issue for a 26-year-old who could very well be the best available..." March 24
Orange County Register "Frederik Andersen could be the everyday starting goalie for a number of NHL teams. He was that for the Ducks last season and he could still become the one they lean on. But when it comes to the upcoming trade deadline, Andersen is also one of their most attractive pieces to dangle if they want..." February 15
The Score "Frederik Andersen appears set to fly once again. Anaheim Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau indicated Wednesday that he expects the goalie to travel with the team on a two-game road trip to Alberta, according to Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register." February 18
Pro Hockey Talk "The Anaheim Ducks are coming off of a loss against the Tampa Bay Lightning, but they have a reason to feel upbeat this morning, as it appears that Frederik Andersen avoided an injury on Sunday. There was some concern that he was hurt after a net fell on him yesterday, but head coach Bruce..." February 09
NHL.com "Frederik Andersen first got the urge to get in goal at about 10 years old. Before practice got underway, he would get between the goal posts, challenging his teammates to get a puck past him. He might have done better had he been wearing goalie equipment. "I ended up with a lot of bruises..." October 22
Beleskey and Andersen out for Ducks for rest of series, Boudreau says
#NHLDucks Boudreau also said Beleskey & Andersen (lower-body injuries) would miss tomorrow night's game. Perreault is a game-time decision.
BB said Freddie Andersen and Matt Beleskey are not skating and won't be options. Lower body for both. Dan Winnik will draw back in.
NHL.com "The Anaheim Ducks have signed goaltender Frederik Andersen to a two-year contract extension through the 2015-16 season. No financial terms were disclosed. The Ducks announced the signing a few minutes after Andersen's 26-save performance in a 2-1 road victory against the Ottawa..." October 26