This story is part of ESPN The Magazines Oct. 12 Owners Issue. Subscribe today!Anaheim DucksOverall: 23 Title track: 28 Ownership: 30 Coaching: 87 Players: 74 Fan relations: 29 Affordability: 31 Stadium experience: 49 Bang for the buck: 10 Change from?last year: -19Heres the recipe for falling from a top-five franchise in these standings to scraping the top 25: Lose a fourth-straight Game 7, fire your head coach and trade away your top goalie. Anaheim is still among the best franchises in sports, but the Ducks laid an egg in the past Stanley Cup playoffs and look like a team in transition.Whats goodAnaheim churns out wins -- during the regular season, anyway -- and its average ticket price is the fourth-lowest in the NHL, which means fans get some good value when they go to games (that No. 10 bang for the buck ranking is third best in hockey). The Pacific Division champions led the league in goals against average and won more games (51) than all but the New York Rangers. Even with their roster changes, the Ducks are mighty. ESPN predicts theyll finish fifth in a tight Pacific Division race this season, which would mean fewer wins and no playoff berth. On the bright side, though, it would make for a much more intriguing final stretch to the regular season.Whats badThe Ducks fired Bruce Boudreau two days after yet another Game 7 playoff loss, and they brought back Randy Carlyle, the teams all-time winningest coach. Carlyle led Anaheim to its first and only Stanley Cup title in 2007, but he was fired in 2011 following a 7-13-4 start to the season. Now -- after being fired by Toronto -- hes a Duck again. Nostalgia aside, the legacy hire isnt necessarily an improvement. Carlyle went 91-78 in four seasons with the Maple Leafs, and fans arent convinced (coaching rank dropped 34 spots this year, all the way to 87th). Four players from Carlyles last Ducks roster remain in Anaheim, which speaks to the teams age: This group is experienced, sure, but talent can only fight time for so long.Whats newAnaheim is still one of the better NHL values, at about $45 per ticket, but the Ducks fell 23 spots in the affordability rankings (still at 31 -- seventh in the NHL) thanks to a league whose prices are reasonable almost across the board. The franchises stadium experience also fell 23 spots, but that has to do with other teams doing more than the Ducks doing less. Anaheims biggest project to improve amenities since its 2012 grand terrace? Adding a state-of-the-art scoreboard for the 2015-16 season. Fancy, but not exactly groundbreaking. That said, the front office has put nearly $100 million into renovations since 2005, an effort that keeps the Ducks in the top 50.Next: St. Louis Blues?| Full rankingsAdidas Nmd Shoes On Sale . 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"I was fortunate to play many years at this level with a great organization and unbelievable teammates," said Hejduk in a statement.AUSTIN, Texas -- For the second time in four years, a top University of Texas track coach is being investigated by school officials for alleged misconduct.Longhorns head track coach Mario Sategna, who took indefinite personal leave last month, is the subject of an ethics and misconduct probe, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press.University of Texas System officials confirmed the investigation in a letter to the state attorney general. University officials are seeking permission to withhold Sategnas personnel file and other documents sought by the AP under the Texas Public Information Act.Those records relate to an ongoing compliance investigation involving personnel matters being conducted by the universitys legal affairs office and the athletic department, system officials wrote Oct. 7.The university initiated the investigation in response to allegations of misconduct. The issues under review pertain to ethical questions and the standard of conduct relating to a university employee.The nature of the alleged misconduct was not clear. Texas spokesman Gary Susswein said the school will not release details of the investigation but said it does not involve NCAA compliance or federal Title IX gender discrimination issues.As a policy, the university does not discuss personnel matters or release information that would compromise ongoing reviews, Texas said.The 43-year-old Sategna has not responded to repeated requests for ccomment.ddddddddddddUniversity of Texas officials are still fighting a lengthy legal battle with former womens head track coach Bev Kearney. Kearney was forced out in 2013 after the school learned shed had a romantic relationship with one of her runners a decade earlier. Kearney has said the relationship was consensual and is suing the university for race and gender discrimination, arguing that male coaches who faced similar allegations in the past were allowed to remain on staff.Sategna took over the mens and womens programs in 2013, and his teams won Big 12 titles in 2015. He also was an assistant throwing coach with the U.S. track team at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, where former Longhorns Ryan Crouser and Michelle Carter both won gold in the shot put.According to documents obtained by AP, Sategna emailed mens athletic director Mike Perrin and womens athletic director Chris Plonsky on Sept. 6 to tell them he could not be at a campus event the next day because he had to attend the Big 12 track coaches meeting in Dallas.On Sept. 11, university officials told staff and Sategnas team that the coach had requested personal leave, leaving associate head coach Tonja Buford-Bailey and assistant coach Ty Sevin in charge. It was not clear if Sategna requested the leave before or after the investigation began. ' ' '