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  • Ducks' Tristan Luneau: Likely done for season

    Luneau (knee) will likely not play again during 2023-24, Patrick Present of The Hockey News reports. Luneau was forced to miss the World Junior Championship due to a knee infection, and the recovery from that has prevented him from reporting to the QMJHL The Ducks are more interested in getting the 20-year-old defenseman to 100 percent for 2024-25, so shutting him down makes sense. He'll likely have a good chance to make the Ducks' roster out of training camp in the fall after logging three points over seven NHL appearances this season.
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  • Ducks' Tristan Luneau: Will miss WJC

    Luneau, who was loaned from Anaheim to Team Canada on Dec. 9, will not play in the 2024 World Junior Championship because of a viral infection. Mark Masters of TSN reports Saturday. Luneau has a goal and three points in seven contests with Anaheim this season. Missing out on the tournament will cost the 19-year-old an opportunity to play a lead role against some of the best prospects in the world. Luneau might return to the Ducks, but he could also be reassigned to QMJHL Gatineau because Anaheim has been using him sparingly.
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  • Ducks' Tristan Luneau: Will report to Team Canada for WJC

    Luneau was loaned from Anaheim to Team Canada for the upcoming World Junior Championship, per Derek Lee of The Sporting Tribune. Luneau has a goal and three points in seven contests with Anaheim in 2023-24. He'll likely earn a major role with Team Canada for the highly competitive tournament, which should prove to be beneficial to the 19-year-old's long-term development. Anaheim was using Luneau somewhat sparingly, so it remains to be seen if he'll return to the Ducks after the tournament or report to QMJHL Gatineau.
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  • Ducks' Tristan Luneau: Checks off multiple milestones

    Luneau scored a goal on four shots, added an assist and went plus-2 in Thursday's 5-4 loss to the Capitals. Luneau recorded his first goal and multi-point effort in Thursday's defeat. He tallied at 1:49 of the first period and helped out on a Brock McGinn marker in the third. The 19-year-old Luneau has three points, seven shots on net, four hits, three blocked shots and a plus-2 rating through five appearances this season. He's often been paired with Cam Fowler when in the lineup, though Luneau will still need to stay out of the press box to build up enough momentum to help in fantasy.
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  • Ducks' Tristan Luneau: Pockets first helper

    Luneau notched an assist in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Canadiens. Luneau got into the Ducks' lineup for the first time since Oct. 21. The 19-year-old also earned his first career point, an assist on Mason McTavish's goal 6:00 into the second period. Luneau, a Quebec native, has added three hits, two blocked shots, two shots on net and an even plus-minus rating over three outings. He'll likely continue to compete with Urho Vaakanainen and Jackson LaCombe for playing time.
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  • Ducks' Tristan Luneau: Recalled from conditioning stint

    The Ducks recalled Luneau from AHL San Diego on Friday. Luneau spent two weeks on a conditioning stint with the Gulls after he had been a healthy scratch in the Ducks' previous six games. Luneau had two assists in six AHL games and could be returned to the QMJHL shortly as he has played in only two NHL games this season. The 19-year-old defenseman was outstanding with Gatineau of the QMJHL last season, picking up 83 points in 65 games.
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  • Ducks' Tristan Luneau: On conditioning stint

    The Ducks assigned Luneau to AHL San Diego on a conditioning stint Friday. The 19-year-old played in two games earlier in the season, but he's been a healthy scratch for the last six games in a row. Luneau had a huge junior season in 2022-23, picking up 83 points in 65 contests with the QMJHL's Gatineau Olympiques. Look for Luneau to get ample playing time in the AHL during his conditioning assignment.
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