Fowler Merits Assist In Ducks' Loss: Cam Fowler got an assist during the third period of the Ducks' loss to the Red Wings in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Sunday. (Updated 5/13/13)
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Despite a slow start, Cam Fowler had a solid finish to the regular season and continued some of that level of play in the postseason. As the Ducks look to next season, they have to be excited about his play at the end of this past season. (Updated 5/13/13).
05/04/2013 22:20 Ducks shut out Red Wings, take 2-1 series lead
Nick Bonino scored for Anaheim on a second-period power play -- 18 seconds after Detroit's Justin Abdelkader was ejected for a violent hit on Toni Lydman -- and the Ducks went on to a 4-0 victory Saturday night to take a 2-1 series lead over the Red Wings in the Western Conference playoffs.
05/03/2013 01:28 Red Wings blow three-goal lead, survive Ducks in OT
Gustav Nyquist's power-play goal at 1:21 of overtime after the Red Wings blew a three-goal lead in the third period gave Detroit a 5-4 victory over the Anaheim Ducks to even their playoff series Thursday night.
05/01/2013 01:23 Selanne's goal helps Ducks win opener against Red Wings
Teemu Selanne scored the tiebreaking power-play goal early in the third period, Jonas Hiller made 21 saves, and the Anaheim Ducks returned to the postseason with a 3-1 victory against the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night.
Check Wikipedia for sophomore slump and you'll find a pic of poor Cam Fowler. Yes, he's a talent -- he's poised with the puck, a great skater and brilliant in transition. And he can put up the points. But 2011-12 was largely forgettable for the kid, as he finished with 11 fewer points than in his rookie season and his horrific plus-minus actually got worse (minus-25 to minus-28). That plus-minus saw him dropped in a lot of standard leagues last season since you just can't carry that kind of anchor on your squad. So what does our crystal ball say for 2012-13? His game, no matter how good its potential looks, desperately needs work. Otherwise, he'll be as one dimensional as Flat Stanley and there's only so much value in a purely offensive defender. Don't give up, though; he doesn't turn 21 until December and there's plenty of time for him to grow his own-zone game. If he does, he'll soon be top-20 on the list of keeper defensemen. But draft with caution -- or leave him to someone else -- in single-year formats, particularly if you count plus-minus. He could sink your ship ... and your season. (Updated 8/14/12)