1. Anaheim Ducks are expected to crank their San Diego shuttle to top speed, or as fast as the traffic on I-5 will allow, in the coming days, weeks and months.
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3. The Anaheim Ducks are expected to crank their San Diego shuttle to top speed, or as fast as the traffic on I-5 will allow, in the coming days, weeks and months.
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4. Anaheim Ducks raised Niedermayer's No 27 to the rafters at the Honda Center, honoring their former team captain, who helped lead them to their only Stanley Cup title in 2007.
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6. The Anaheim Ducks scored 11 times in the two meetings this season, including six in the third periods.
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10. Anaheim Ducks held the ceremony on Sunday night before their game against Washington.
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14. Anaheim Ducks made four trades in a three-day span leading to their shutout victory over Minnesota on Thursday night.
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16. Anaheim Ducks made four trades in a three-day span before their shutout win over Minnesota.
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17. Anaheim Ducks made four trades in a three-day span leading to their shutout over Minnesota.
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19. Anaheim Ducks added forwards Devin Shore and Derek Grant, and defenseman Michael Del Zotto in a series of deals, along with receiving minor league forward Justin Kloos in an exchange with Minnesota.
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22. Anaheim Ducks acquired center Derek Grant from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for center Joseph Blandisi.
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25. Anaheim Ducks had acquired Blandisi last season from New Jersey alongside Adam Henrique in exchange for Sami Vatanen.
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27. The Anaheim Ducks have gone nearly a month without a victory.
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29. Andrew Cogliano era with the Anaheim Ducks is at an end.
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34. The Anaheim Ducks have a minus-28 goal differential, third-worst in the conference.
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38. Anaheim Ducks faced the eighth-seeded Dallas Stars in the Western Conference Quarterfinals, and were victorious in six games, marking the first time since 2009 the Ducks had won a playoff series.
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40. The Anaheim Ducks became just the fourth team to beat the Presidents' Trophy winner in the playoffs' first round.
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41. The Anaheim Ducks won eight of nine games from there before adversity struck.
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44. The Anaheim Ducks won nine out of their first ten games with Selanne in the line-up.
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46. The Anaheim Ducks came close, receiving the second overall pick, which they used to selected American forward Bobby Ryan from the Owen Sound Attack.
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47. The Mighty Anaheim Ducks picked up Steve Thomas from the Chicago Blackhawks for a fifth-round draft pick.
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49. The Anaheim Ducks won the first two games at home but then lost the next three.
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50. The Anaheim Ducks have missed the playoffs only twice since then.
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53. The Anaheim Ducks should not fire Carlyle just because Quenneville, McLellan and Stevens could be next in line.
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54. The Anaheim Ducks should fire Carlyle because there are better candidates ready, willing and able to jump back into coaching after they were let go earlier this season.
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56. The Anaheim Ducks will retire the number of Scott Niedermayer on February 17, 2019.
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59. Anaheim Ducks wears a Ducks jersey with the number 93 on the back, referring to the year the Ducks became an NHL team.
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60. On October 16, 2015, the Anaheim Ducks unveiled a brand new, orange third jersey when they went up against the Colorado Avalanche.
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61. On June 27, 2014, the Anaheim Ducks acquired center Ryan Kesler and a third-round pick in 2015 from the Vancouver Canucks.
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62. Anaheim Ducks faced the eighth-seeded Dallas Stars in the Western Conference quarter-finals and were victorious in six games, marking the first time since 2009 that the Ducks had won a playoff series.
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63. The Anaheim Ducks secured a second consecutive Pacific Division title and the number one seed in the Western Conference.
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64. At one point of the season, the Anaheim Ducks won 18 of 19 games, the longest run of one-loss play in the NHL for 45 years.
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65. Anaheim Ducks became the first-ever Duck to win the Hart, as well as the first Richard winner as a Duck since Teemu Selanne won the award in 1999.
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67. The Anaheim Ducks played through frequent injuries and picked up play in the second half of the season, but struggled coming out of the Olympic break.
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69. Anaheim Ducks defeated the Minnesota Wild in the Conference quarter-finals in five games and the Canucks in the semi-finals, in five games.
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73. Anaheim Ducks would record his 1,000th NHL point on January 30, 2006.
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74. Anaheim Ducks became only the fifth player in NHL history to have won the trophy as a member of the losing team.
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75. The Anaheim Ducks would finish off the Stars in Game 6 at home.
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