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Bruins  Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 4400 aisle 11 15 17 Free shipping
Bruins Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 4400 aisle 11 15 17 Free shipping

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Knights  Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 4000 aisle 11 22 17 Free shipping
Knights Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 4000 aisle 11 22 17 Free shipping

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Coyotes Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 7600 aisle 10 05 17 Free shipping

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Kings  Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 13000 aisle 11 07 17 Free shipping
Kings Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 13000 aisle 11 07 17 Free shipping

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Philadelphia Flyers  Anaheim Ducks 1 5 tickets 10 7
Philadelphia Flyers Anaheim Ducks 1 5 tickets 10 7

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9 each Anaheim Ducks  San Jose Sharks 3 tickets 9 19 Aisle Preseason
9 each Anaheim Ducks San Jose Sharks 3 tickets 9 19 Aisle Preseason

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Flyers  Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 5000 aisle 10 07 17 Free shipping
Flyers Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 5000 aisle 10 07 17 Free shipping

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Anaheim Ducks Season Ticket Arrowhead Pond 1993 Inaugural Hockey Glass Box
Anaheim Ducks Season Ticket Arrowhead Pond 1993 Inaugural Hockey Glass Box

$39.99

Wild  Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 4600 aisle 12 08 17 Free shipping
Wild Anaheim Ducks 2 tickets for 4600 aisle 12 08 17 Free shipping

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ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF TICKET STUBS
ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF TICKET STUBS

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Anaheim Ducks Commemorative Augural Game Ticket Oct 1993 2 Pins and 4 Patches
Anaheim Ducks Commemorative Augural Game Ticket Oct 1993 2 Pins and 4 Patches

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Highland Mint Anaheim Ducks Stanley Cup Champs Ticket Acrylic Display NHL
Highland Mint Anaheim Ducks Stanley Cup Champs Ticket Acrylic Display NHL

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Anaheim Ducks Highland Mint Stanley Cup Champs Ticket Acrylic Display NHL
Anaheim Ducks Highland Mint Stanley Cup Champs Ticket Acrylic Display NHL

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2 NY Rangers vs Anaheim Ducks 12 19 17  MSG
2 NY Rangers vs Anaheim Ducks 12 19 17 MSG

$320.00

Anaheim Ducks 2016 17 Season Ticket Holder Pin
Anaheim Ducks 2016 17 Season Ticket Holder Pin

$25.00

ANAHEIM DUCKS LANYARDS TICKET SLEEVES LAPEL PINS LOT OF EIGHT 8
ANAHEIM DUCKS LANYARDS TICKET SLEEVES LAPEL PINS LOT OF EIGHT 8

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The Anaheim Ducks have come a long way ever since they entered the NHL back in 1993, bearing the name of a Disney movie as their official moniker. For the bulk of their time in the league they were known as the Anaheim Mighty Ducks and their jersey logo bore the visage of a cartoon duck. Today's iteration of both the logo and team is a far more intimidating and gritty. These aren't your father's Mighty Ducks.

The team got off to a painful start in 1993, losing their first game by an embarrassing 7-2 score to the Detroit Red Wings. It would be a sign of things to come for the Mighty Ducks. They would finish with 71 points that year, outside the playoffs looking in. Team scoring leaders would be household names like Terry Yake and Bob Corkum, who finished with 52 and 51 points respectively.

It would be a few years before the Mighty Ducks would round into a competitive club. Their inaugural draft pick had been diminutive speedster Paul Kariya and Kariya quickly blossomed into one of the NHL's most dangerous forwards. Kariya racked up an impressive 50 goals and 108 points in the 1995-96 season. That season saw the arrival of Teemu Selanne, who arrived via trade from the Winnipeg Jets. Selanne and Kariya - arguably the two greatest players to ever wear Anaheim Ducks jerseys - found instant chemistry, and over the next few years the pair were among the deadliest duos in the NHL.

The Ducks first taste of playoff action came in the 1996-97 season. Selanne and Kariya combined for a whopping 208 points during the regular season, helping the Ducks to their first ever winning season, and a playoff berth. They would win their first playoff series that same year, defeating the Phoenix Coyotes in 7 games, before falling in 4 straight to Steve Yzerman, Sergei Fedorov and the powerful Detroit Red Wings in the second round.

Disaster struck in the 1997-98 season. Paul Kariya was injured on a brutal crosscheck from Gary Suter of the Chicago Blackhawks. The resulting concussion kept Kariya out for the bulk of the season, and also caused the star to miss a chance to play for Team Canada at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. The club, now under head coach Pierre Page, failed to qualify for the playoffs.

2003 - The Ducks Reach the Stanley Cup Finals

The 2002-03 season saw the Ducks make one of the most impressive Cinderella runs in recent hockey history. Teemu Selanne had long since moved on, joining California rival team the San Jose Sharks. Instead Kariya had help from players like Rob Niedermayer, Steve Rucchin, Adam Oates and Petr Sykora. The real star of the playoff run was goaltender J.S. Giguere. Giguere put on a performance for the ages as the Ducks shocked the defending Stanley Cup champion Red Wings in round one and the President's Trophy winning Dallas Stars in round two. Giguere was even stingier in the semis against the Minnesota Wild, only giving up one goal in four games and posting three consecutive shutouts to lead his Ducks to the finals.

In the finals he would do everything he could to bring Stanley Cup glory to his club, but ultimately fall short. Facing fellow French Canadian goaltender Martin Brodeur and his New Jersey Devils, Giguere and the Ducks would give it everything they had, pushing the Devils to game 7. Brodeur would steal the show in that deciding game, pitching a shutout of his own as the Devils won 3-0. Despite the loss, Giguere was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP, becoming only the 5th player to ever win the award as a member of the losing team.

The Ducks Finally Get Their Stanley Cup

Though their team hadn't been successful in their 2003 bid for the cup Ducks fans wouldn't have to wait long to see their club get their mitts on the Stanley Cup. Former Vancouver Canucks GM Brian Burke was brought in prior to the 2005-06 season, and he immediately went to work on building a Stanley Cup contender. Defenseman Scott Niedermayer signed with the Ducks in August of that year, and in the following off-season Chris Pronger was acquired in a trade from the Edmonton Oilers. The defensive pair would become the most dominant in the game, and play a key role in Anaheim's Cup drive in 2007.

With a solid blueline that included Pronger, Niedermayer and Francois Beauchemin the Ducks had little problem handling opposition forwards. Their own forwards were getting the job done as well. Teemu Selanne had come back to join the club in the 2005-06 season and had picked up right where he left off, scoring 48 goals in 2006-07. Rookies Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry played with a maturity level beyond their years, and the Ducks shutdown line of Travis Moen, Samuel Pahlsson, and Rob Niedermayer provided some front end defensive help to Anaheim's strong D core.

With their well balanced line-up the Ducks rolled through the playoffs, dispatching the Minnesota Wild, Vancouver Canucks and Detroit Red Wings in the first three rounds to set up a date against Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Spezza, Dany Heatley and the Ottawa Senators with the Stanley Cup on the line. The Ducks continued to play a heavy-fisted game, running rough-shod over their opponents. The Sens would roll over and concede the cup, with Anaheim winning in 5 relatively easy games, including a 6-2 blowout in a cup-clinching victory at home.

Today's Anaheim Ducks

Today's version of the Anaheim Ducks bears only passing resemblance to that 2007 championship team. Neither Chris Pronger nor Scott Niedermayer can be found in Anaheim Ducks jerseys, having been lost to the Philadelphia Flyers and retirement respectively. Goaltenders J.S. Giguere and Ilya Bryzgalov can now be found tending the nets for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Phoenix Coyotes - their departure clearing the way for the emergence of Jonas Hiller.

Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry remain and the tandem, along with young star Bobby Ryan, have become the hope for the future for the Ducks. New faces like Saku Koivu, Joffrey Lupul and Jason Blake will be relied upon to provide some offensive punch. However, the blueline still needs some work before this team will be a cup contender again. Finding replacements for players like Pronger and Niedermayer is no easy task, and while Lubomir Visnovsky is a nice addition he is not in the same stratosphere.

Still, with their talented youthful core Ducks fans can look forward to years of entertaining, competitive hockey from their club, and dream of the day when their Ducks will be "Mighty" once more.