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Anaheim Ducks Team History


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Anaheim Ducks Current Arena


Name: Honda Center
Address: 2695 East Katella Avenue , Anaheim, CA 92806
Phone: (714) 704-2400
Website: http://www.hondacenter.com/
Capacity: 17174
Opened: 1993

National Hockey League - Anaheim Ducks Draft History


Year Name Rnd Pick Pos From League
2005 Bobby Ryan 1 2 R Owen Sound Attack OHL
2005 Brendan Mikkelson 2 31 D Portland Winter Hawks WHL
2005 Jason Bailey 3 63 R U.S. Junior National Team Intl
2005 Bobby Bolt 5 127 L Kingston Frontenacs OHL
2005 Brian Salcido 5 141 D Colorado College NCAA
2005 Jean-Philippe Levasseu 7 197 G Rouyn-Noranda Huskies QMJHL
2004 Ladislav Smid 1 9 D Liberec Bili Tygri HC Czech
2004 Jordan Smith 2 39 D Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
2004 Kyle Klubertanz 3 74 D Green Bay Gamblers USHL
2004 Tim Brent 3 75 C Toronto St. Michael's Majors OHL
2004 Matt Auffrey 6 172 R US National Under 18 Team
2004 Gabriel Bouthillette 7 203 G Gatineau Olympiques QMJHL
2004 Matt Christie 8 236 C Miami University (Ohio) NCAA
2004 Janne Pesonen 9 269 W Karpat FNL
2003 Ryan Getzlaf 1 19 C Calgary Hitmen WHL
2003 Corey Perry 1 28 R London Knights OHL
2003 Shane Hynes 3 86 F Cornell University NCAA
2003 Juha Alen 3 90 D Northern Michigan University NCAA
2003 Nathan Saunders 4 119 D Moncton Wildcats QMJHL
2003 Drew Miller 6 186 F River City Lancers USHL
2003 Dirk Southern 7 218 F Northern Michigan University NCAA
2003 Shane O'Brien 8 250 D Toronto St. Michael's Majors OHL
2003 Ville Mantymaa 9 280 D Tappara Jrs. Finland
2002 Joffrey Lupul 1 7 C Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
2002 Tim Brent 2 37 C Toronto St. Michael's Majors OHL
2002 Brian Lee 3 71 D Erie Otters OHL
2002 Joonas Vihko 4 103 F HIFK Helsinki FNL
2002 George Davis 5 140 R Cape Breton Screaming Eagles QMJHL
2002 Luke Fritshaw 6 173 D Prince Albert Raiders WHL
2002 Francois Caron 9 261 D Moncton Wildcats QMJHL
2002 Chris Petrow 9 267 D Oshawa Generals OHL
2001 Stanislav Chistov 1 5 L Omsk Avangard Russia
2001 Mark Popovic 2 35 D Toronto St. Michael's Majors OHL
2001 Joel Stepp 3 69 C Red Deer Rebels WHL
2001 Timo Parssinen 4 102 L HPK Hameenlinna FNL
2001 Vladimir Korsunov 4 105 D Moscow Spartak Russia
2001 Brandon Rogers 4 118 D Hotchkiss Academy CT
2001 Joel Perrault 5 137 C Baie-Comeau Drakkar QMJHL
2001 Jan Tabacek 6 170 D Martimex ZTS Martin HC Slovakia
2001 Tony Martensson 7 224 C Brynas IF Gavle SEL
2001 Martin Gerber 8 232 G Langnau SwissA
2001 Pierre Parenteau 9 264 R Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
2000 Alexei Smirnov 1 12 C Moscow Dynamo Russia
2000 Ilya Bryzgalov 2 44 G Tolyatti Lada Russia
2000 Jonas Ronnqvist 4 98 L Lulea HF SEL
2000 Peter Podhradsky 5 134 D Bratislava Slovan Harvard Slovakia
2000 Bill Cass 5 153 D Boston College NCAA
1999 Jordan Leopold 2 44 D U. of Minnesota NCAA
1999 Niclas Havelid 3 83 D Malmo IF SEL
1999 Alexandr Chagodayev 4 105 F CSKA Moscow Russia
1999 Maxim Rybin 5 141 L Moscow Spartak Russia
1999 Jan Sandstrom 6 173 D AIK Solna SEL
1999 Petr Tenkrat 8 230 R Kladno Czech
1999 Brian Gornick 9 258 C Air-Force Academy NCAA
1998 Vitaly Vishnevski 1 5 D Torpedo-2 Yaroslavl Russia
1998 Stephen Peat 2 32 R Red Deer Rebels WHL
1998 Viktor Wallin 4 112 D HV71 Jonkoping SEL
1998 Trent Hunter 6 150 R Prince George Cougars WHL
1998 Jesse Fibiger 7 178 D U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA
1998 David Bernier 8 205 R Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1998 Pelle Prestberg 9 233 L Farjestads BK Karlstad SEL
1998 Andreas Andersson 9 245 G HV71 Jonkoping SEL
1997 Michael Holmqvist 1 18 C Djurgardens IF Stockholm SEL
1997 Maxim Balmochnykh 2 45 L Tolyatti Lada Russia
1997 Jay Legault 3 72 R London Knights OHL
1997 Luc Vaillancourt 5 125 G Beauport Harfangs QMJHL
1997 Tony Mohagen 7 178 L Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
1997 Mat Snesrud 7 181 D North Iowa Huskies USHL
1997 Rene Stussi 8 209 Thurgau SwissB
1997 Tommi Degerman 9 235 F Boston University NCAA
1996 Ruslan Salei 1 9 D Las Vegas Thunder IHL
1996 Matt Cullen 2 35 C St. Cloud State NCAA
1996 Brendan Buckley 5 117 D Boston College NCAA
1996 Blaine Russell 6 149 G Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1996 Timo Ahmaoja 7 172 D JyP HT Jyvaskyla FNL
1996 Kevin Kellett 8 198 D Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1996 Tobias Johansson 9 224 D Malmo IF SEL
1995 Chad Kilger 1 4 C Kingston Frontenacs OHL
1995 Brian Wesenberg 2 29 R Guelph Storm OHL
1995 Mike Leclerc 3 55 L Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1995 Igor Nikulin 5 107 R Cherepovets Severstal Russia
1995 Peter LeBoutillier 6 133 R Red Deer Rebels WHL
1995 Mike LaPlante 7 159 D Calgary Royals AJHL
1995 Igor Karpenko 8 185 G Kiev Ukraine
1994 Oleg Tverdovsky 1 2 D Krylja Sovetov Russia
1994 Johan Davidsson 2 28 L HV71 Jonkoping SEL
1994 Craig Reichert 3 67 R Red Deer Rebels WHL
1994 Byron Briske 4 80 D Red Deer Rebels WHL
1994 Pavel Trnka 5 106 D Plzen HC Czech
1994 Bates Battaglia 6 132 L Caledon Canadians OHA-B
1994 Rocky Welsing 7 158 D Wisconsin Capitols USHL
1994 Brad Englehart 8 184 C Kimball Union H.S. NY
1994 Tommi Miettinen 10 236 L KalPa Kuopio FNL
1994 Jeremy Stevenson 11 262 L Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1994 Steve Rucchin 0 2 C U. of Western Ontario CIAU
1993 Paul Kariya 1 4 L U. of Maine NCAA
1993 Nikolai Tsulygin 2 30 D Ufa Salavat Yulayev Russia
1993 Valeri Karpov 3 56 L Chelyabinsk Traktor Russia
1993 Joel Gagnon 4 82 G Oshawa Generals OHL
1993 Mikhail Shtalenkov 5 108 G Milwaukee Admirals IHL
1993 Antti Aalto 6 134 C TPS Turku FNL
1993 Matt Peterson 7 160 C Osseo H.S. MI
1993 Tom Askey 8 186 G Ohio State University NCAA
1993 Vitali Kozel 9 212 L Novops Russia
1993 Anatoli Fedotov 10 238 D Krylja Sovetov Russia
1993 David Penney 11 264 F Worcester H.S. MA
1993 Pat Thompson 0 5 D Brown University NCAA


Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1993-1994 Season Review


Coach - Ron Wilson

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 33
Regular Season Loses: 46
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 71

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1994-1995 Season Review


Coach - Ron Wilson

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 16
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 37

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Paul Kariya

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1995-1996 Season Review


Coach - Ron Wilson

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 39
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 78

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Star Team - Paul Kariya
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Paul Kariya

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1996-1997 Season Review


Coach - Ron Wilson

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 85

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated Phoenix Coyotes in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Paul Kariya
NHL All-Star Team - Teemu Selanne
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Paul Kariya

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1997-1998 Season Review


Coach - Pierre Page

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 26
Regular Season Loses: 43
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 65

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Star Second Team - Teemu Selanne

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1998-1999 Season Review


Coach - Craig Hartsburg

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 34
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 83

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Paul Kariya
Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy - Teemu Selanne
NHL All-Star Second Team - Teemu Selanne

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1999-2000 Season Review


Coach - Craig Hartsburg

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 83

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Star Second Team - Paul Kariya

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 2000-2001 Season Review


Coach - Guy Charron

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 25
Regular Season Loses: 41
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 66

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 2001-2002 Season Review


Coach - Bryan Murray

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 42
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 69

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 2002-2003 Season Review


Coach - Mike Babcock

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 40
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 95

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated Dallas Stars in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated Minnesota Wild in the Conference Final 4 - 0 - 0
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated by New Jersey Devils in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0

Conn Smythe Trophy - Jean-Sebastien Giguere
NHL All-Star Second Team - Paul Kariya

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 2003-2004 Season Review


Coach - Mike Babcock

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 76

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Anaheim Ducks 2004-2005 Season Review


Season Cancelled due to Labor Negotiations


Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 2005-2006 Season Review


Coach - Randy Carlyle

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 43
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 98

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated Calgary Flames in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated Colorado Avalanche in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim defeated by Edmonton Oilers in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Scott Niedermayer
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy - Teemu Selanne

Anaheim Ducks 2006-2007 Season Review


Coach - Randy Carlyle

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 48
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 110

Finished: First (1st) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Anaheim Ducks 2007-2008 Season Review


Coach - Randy Carlyle

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 47
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 102

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Anaheim Ducks 2008-2009 Season Review


Coach - Randy Carlyle

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 42
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 91

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Anaheim Ducks 2009-2010 Season Review


Coach - Randy Carlyle

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 39
Regular Season Loses: 32
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 89

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference

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