1. The Anaheim Ducks will retire the number of Scott Niedermayer on February 17, 2019.
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4. The 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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5. 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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8. 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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9. The 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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11. 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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12. The 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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13. The Anaheim Ducks resigned Saku Koivu for two years and signed free agent defenseman Toni Lydman to a three-year contract.
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15. The Anaheim Ducks were again able to win without Pronger, defeating the Senators in Game 4 for an opportunity to win the Stanley Cup on home ice in Game 5.
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16. The 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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18. The Anaheim Ducks faced the Calgary Flames in the Western Conference quarter-finals and forced a seventh game in Calgary, shutting-out the Flames to reach the Conference semi-finals.
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20. The Anaheim Ducks would record his 1,000th NHL point on January 30, 2006.
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21. The 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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26. The Anaheim Ducks selected Ron Wilson to be the first head coach in team history.
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