Kenny Lindberg

Kenny Lindberg

Kenny Lindberg is an award-winning journalist with a bachelor's degree in journalism from Chico State. Lindberg proudly covers the Anaheim Ducks as a Yahoo! Sports Contributor. In 2003, he served in Iraq as a U.S. Army combat engineer.
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  • Anaheim Ducks Win Big in Mathieu Perreault Deal
    After only a month since his trade, Mathieu Perreault has turned heads, becoming a reliable point-producer for the Anaheim Ducks—not something Washington had envisioned when they traded him for minor-leaguer John Mitchell and a fourth round pick.
  • Anaheim Ducks: Sheldon Souray Loss Triggers Reshuffle
    While their season stats don't show it, the Anaheim Ducks could certainly use Sheldon Souray in uniform again. The man known for his booming slapshot has been out of the lineup all season and could give the Ducks a needed boost when he returns.
  • Anaheim Ducks Face Tough Goalie Quandary
    With goalie Jonas Hiller hitting unrestricted free agency at the end of the season, the Anaheim Ducks will have to decide quickly whether their starter is a keeper.
  • Young Anaheim Ducks Crop Ready to Bloom
    With a plethora of young talent at his disposal, Anaheim Ducks general manager Bob Murray has potentially crafted one of the most energetic young teams in the league with several players, all under 23, expected to make the squad.
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  • Poor Home Record Won’t Bother New York Islanders
    Although they are the only playoff-bound squad to sport a sub-.500 home record, the New York Islanders aren’t likely to get too bothered by that blemish come playoff time.
  • Playoff Savvy Evgeni Nabokov Ready for Act 2
    New York Islanders goaltender Evgeni Nabokov continues to defy age with excellent regular-season play — a trend that will likely need to continue if the Isles are to have a long playoff run.
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  • Isles Vie for Favorable First Round Foe
    Powered by an incredible 8-0-2 run, the New York Islanders are a virtual playoff lock, but the run will likely need to continue if the Isles are to face a favorable first-round foe.
  • New York Islanders' Top 5 Questions Down the Stretch
    With the New York Islanders on the verge of earning their first trip to the Stanley Cup Playoffs since the 2006-07 season, questions have emerged whether they will continue their winning ways or fall just short.
  • Unlikely Scorers Could Give Isles Late Boost
    Two unlikely forwards could see a sharp rise in ice time down the stretch, as the New York Islanders fight to maintain a spot in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
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  • Waivers Beware, Islanders Are Here
    With an intricate waiver wire strategy and retention model, the New York Islanders have quickly adapted to their perceived shortcomings in their march to greatness.
  • Anaheim Overpayment Sends Clear Message
    Refusing to be stripped of their talent, Anaheim General Manager Bob Murray overspent to keep his stars in place — a smart political move his Ducks could afford. Now whether it creates a precedent for smaller-market teams remains a mystery.

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