• Ducks' Theodore Ressigned

    News: Shea Theodore was reassigned to San Diego of the AHL on Monday.
    Analysis: Shea Theodore will have to start his first professional season in the minors. He is still thought of very highly by the Ducks, and could earn a call-up at some point throughout the season. Theodore registered 11 points in nine games with Anaheim's former AHL affiliate in Norfolk last season.
  • Theodore Recalled By Ducks

    News: Shea Theodore was called up from AHL Norfolk on Sunday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Shea Theodore spent the majority of the 2014-15 season with the Seattle Thunderbirds of the WHL, appearing in 43 games and scoring 48 points. He also played nine games for AHL Norfolk where he posted 11 points. With the Ducks not dealing with any notable injuries on the blue line and unlikely to shake up their lineup in the second round, don't expect Theodore to log any minutes during the postseason.
  • Ducks' Theodore Has Three Assists In AHL Saturday

    News: Shea Theodore picked up three assists in Norfolk's (AHL) 5-4 loss to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Saturday.
    Analysis: Shea Theodore actually began the season in the AHL on a rehab assignment before spending the vast majority of the year with Seattle of the WHL. Overall, he has 12 points in just nine games with the Admirals. It would be an upset if Theodore, who is one of the best defensive prospects in the entire league, didn't spend significant time in the NHL next season.
  • Anaheim Assigns Theodore To Junior

    News: Shea Theodore was reassigned to his junior team, WHL Seattle, over the weekend, TSN.ca reports.
    Analysis: Shea Theodore had been thriving at AHL Norfolk with three goals and five points in five games, but because he was only in the minors on a conditioning assignment, the 19-year-old was not eligible to remain with the club. Instead, he'll have to continue his development at the junior level despite having nothing left to prove against competition his own age.
  • Anaheim's Theodore Looking Good In AHL

    News: Shea Theodore scored a pair of power-play goals in Norfolk's (AHL) loss to Syracuse on Saturday.
    Analysis: Shea Theodore's season got off to a late start due to an elbow injury he suffered just before training camp, but he's made the most of his limited action with three goals and five points in his first five games for Syracuse. Theodore has exceptional offensive instincts for a defender, and he led all WHL defensemen in points last season with 79. He still has junior eligibility so the Ducks can ship him back to the WHL if they think that would be better for his development.
  • Ducks' Theodore Heads To Minors For Rehab

    News: Shea Theodore (elbow) will begin a rehab assignment at AHL Norfolk on Friday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Shea Theodore is nearing the end of the four-to-six week recovery timetable he was given upon spraining an elbow ligament in September. He'll likely play light minutes in a few games with Norfolk to test out his health, but it shouldn't be long before he heads back to WHL Seattle, where he'll likely spend the remainder of his season.
  • Ducks' Theordore Out 4-To-6 Weeks

    News: Shea Theodore will miss 4-to-6 weeks with an ulnar collateral ligament sprain in his elbow, which he suffered in the rookie game Sunday, Duck's official site reports.
    Analysis: This timetable places Shea Theodore out until at least a week into the regular season. He was Anaheim's first-round pick in the 2013 draft, and is expected to contribute to the Ducks after spending most of last season with the Seattle Thunderbirds