The Anaheim Ducks' 6-4 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night might be the toughest to swallow. Not because they necessarily deserved to win, but because it was obvious that they put forth a quality effort to try and do so. The Ducks are nine games into the season, and at this point, I expect the questions will begin. How are they going to fix this? áWill someone be traded? áWill Randy Carlyle be replaced? Ultimately, I don't think that change is the answer. áIn fact, I think stability is what the Ducks need to focus on right now. For example, it's possible that the Ducks may have found some line options that are working for them. Joffrey Lupul is taking advantage of playing on the top line with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry. Lupul's two goals Saturday night were enough to ...
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