CBSSports.com "To the surprise of few, the Nashville Predators have found life to be very rough without goaltender Pekka Rinne in the crease. Since he has been out with a bacterial infection in his hip, the Preds have been leaking goals left right with their inexperienced goalies. SO it would make sense if GM..." November 14
Listening to tape, BB said Hiller will play Thursday in Tampa as long as he keeps improving and practices. Couldn't eat yesterday.
Edmonton Journal "The Edmonton Oilers will be all over Anaheim Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller this summer, when he’s scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent, if Devan Dubnyk (also unrestricted) doesn’t pan out as their No. 1. The Ducks are loaded in goal with Viktor Fasth, Frederik Andersen and John Gibson, the..." November 04
As reported yesterday Jonas Hiller expected to go for Ducks. Viktor Fasth (lower body) won't be available.
Orange County Register "The craziest of days in a thrilling Ducks season to date ended the same way many others have – they won. The Ducks lost one goalie to injury earlier Tuesday and their star winger was ejected for a violent hit minutes into the second period against the Minnesota Wild, but they still emerged with..." March 13
Viktor Fasth suffered an upper-body injury in the morning. Hiller will start. Deslauriers is en route.
Orange County Register "Jonas Hiller missed his third consecutive game for the Ducks on Friday night due to a lower-body injury suffered last week in Dallas. Hiller has taken shots in practice the last three days but the only way he’ll back up Saturday in Nashville is if he’s in condition to play. “Close,” Boudreau..." February 16
Orange County Register "Slippage began to appear in the soaring Ducks' game even as their winning streak reached four games. And Friday night, a slipshod first period finished them off ... and their streak. Trevor Daley and Jamie Benn turned two penalties by the Ducks' Brad Staubitz into power-play goals and the..." February 09
Anaheim Calling "I'm becoming increasingly annoyed with all the lockout talk. I'm happy that our very own goaltender, Jonas Hiller, could break up the monotony by releasing his new mask for the 2012-2013 season (if/when it starts). It's another extremely creative design. I like it." September 05
Los Angeles Times "Look at it this way: They can rest after the season. Kings goalie Jonathan Quick and his counterpart in Anaheim, Jonas Hiller, are hockey's version of long-haul truck drivers, pulling draining nightly shifts with little margin for error. Since Jan. 1, Quick has started all but four of 31..." March 16
Los Angeles Times "Did the Ducks go into turnaround mode because Jonas Hiller became Jonas Hiller, the All-Star goaltender, again? Or did Hiller become Hiller again because the Ducks helped ease the way? Hiller would say it is a bit of both. "The biggest difference right now is everybody believes we can win,..." February 19
Orange County Register "There was a time when Jonas Hiller stood out in the shootout. And there was a time when the goalie made the big save his team needed. And there was a time when the Ducks knew how to win. None of that seems to apply this season. Hiller couldn't stop two of the three shootout tries by the Kings,..." December 23
L.A. Daily News "Jonas Hiller might have the best perspective on the Ducks' struggles during their past 15 games. As their goaltender, he has noticed everything that's gone wrong as well as right during a 2-9-4 slide that's threatened to torpedo their season. "We have a lot of potential here," Hiller said..." November 23
Los Angeles Times "He could have handled an injured knee, a sore groin or even a broken bone. Instead, for the Ducks' Jonas Hiller, this felt as if he was fighting off a clever, unknown opponent, floundering helplessly in the dark. Not only did he not know how he got to this place, but there also was no..." October 07
Los Angeles Times "Eventually there will come a time when Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller puts on his mask and plays against a team not named the Vancouver Canucks. Someday. For now, Hiller will have to be content to deal with all things Vancouver, facing the Canucks twice in five days. Then again, the Canucks were..." September 29
L.A. Daily News "Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller wasn't worried about his hockey career this summer. For a while he wasn't thinking about hockey at all. The 29-year-old stopped practicing with the team during the postseason. He and his girlfriend then went to Hawaii, then back home to Switzerland, while many in..." August 20
Los Angeles Times "It appears one of the Ducks ' major off-season questions has been answered. Goalie Jonas Hiller says he is no longer suffering from the vertigo symptoms that plagued him last season and expects to attend training camp next month. The All-Star goalie said Friday he's been practicing..." August 20
Orange County Register "The All-Star who Ducks coach Randy Carlyle still refers to as "our No. 1 goaltender" doesn't believe he can perform at his best. The goalie who has made a remarkable comeback from a serious injury is now hurt again. And the goaltender who seemed to be the third option might be drawing the..." April 12
Orange County Register "Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller was activated off injured reserve Wednesday and served as the backup in their 4-3 overtime victory against the Dallas Stars at American Airlines Center. Hiller has played only 71 minutes total since his appearance in the All-Star Game on Jan. 30 because of vertigo...." March 24
Orange County Register "Jonas Hiller looked just fine to observers when he faced some shots and moved around his net. But when actual hockey plays unfolded he was back in an uncomfortable place, clouded in uncertainty. Hiller practiced Tuesday but did not make it all the way through as vertigo symptoms continue to..." March 02
Orange County Register "There might not be any Ducks player looking forward to having three days off more than Jonas Hiller. Hiller hopes that will give him time to recover as he copes with a mysterious case of fatigue and lightheadedness that has rendered him confused as well. Hiller said after Saturday's game..." February 06
L.A. Daily News "Call it an All-Star Game hangover or merely an "off night." For whatever reason, the Jonas Hiller who started Wednesday for the Ducks didn't resemble the same goalie who played so spectacularly for most of the season's first half. Hiller allowed three goals on 10 shots and was pulled 11..." February 03