2010–11 Anaheim Ducks season

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2010–11 Anaheim Ducks
Division 2nd Pacific
Conference 4th Western
2010–11 record 47–30–5
Home record 26–13–2
Road record 21–17–3
Goals for 239
Goals against 235
Team information
General Manager Bob Murray
Coach Randy Carlyle
Captain Ryan Getzlaf
Alternate captains Saku Koivu
Teemu Selanne
Arena Honda Center
Average attendance 14,739 (85.8%)
Total: 604,283
Team leaders
Goals Corey Perry (50)
Assists Ryan Getzlaf (57)
Points Corey Perry (98)
Penalties in minutes George Parros (171)
Plus/minus Toni Lydman (+32)
Wins Jonas Hiller (26)
Goals against average Ray Emery (2.28)
<2009–10 2011–12>

The 2010–11 Anaheim Ducks season was the 18th season of operation (17th season of play) for the National Hockey League franchise. After a disappointing previous season, the Ducks attempted to win the Stanley Cup for the second time in franchise history. They were ultimately defeated by the Nashville Predators in the first round of the playoffs.

2010 Offseason[edit]

The Anaheim Ducks entered the offseason with much speculation regarding the possible retirement of two mainstays in Anaheim: Scott Niedermayer and Teemu Selanne. On Tuesday, June 22, 2010, captain Scott Niedermayer announced his retirement from professional hockey while it was reported that Selanne will stay as long as the Ducks don't go into a "rebuilding" season.[1][2]

On July 1, the Ducks re-signed center Saku Koivu to a 2-year deal and signed defenseman Toni Lydman to a 3-year deal. The Ducks later signed Andy Sutton to a 2-year deal, and on August 9, Teemu Selanne signed a 1-year deal to continue his playing career.

During training camp, the Ducks signed defenseman Paul Mara to a 1-year deal, and after a few games into the season, the Ducks signed another defenseman, veteran Andreas Lilja to a 1-year deal.

Forward Ryan Getzlaf is named team captain, following Scott Niedermayer's retirement.

Regular season[edit]

See the game log below for detailed game-by-game regular season information.

The season for the Ducks began Friday, October 8 with a road game against Detroit. Their first home game was Wednesday, October 13 against Vancouver. Their longest homestand was from February 23-March 9 (7 home games), and their longest road trip was December 15–28 (7 road games). Their final game of the regular season was on Saturday, April 9 against Los Angeles.

October[edit]

After much talk about having a good start, the Ducks had one of their worst starts in franchise history losing their first three games and going 4–7–1 in the month of October. Their first three games were one the road in Detroit, Nashville, and St. Louis, were outscored 13–2 and were shut out by Detroit in the first game of the season. Returning home, the Ducks rebounded a little bit after the horrendous first three games by beating the eventual President's Trophy winner Vancouver Canucks 4–3. They proceeded to lose the next game in a shootout to the Minnesota Wild and beat division rival Phoenix to close out the three game home stand. The Ducks would then go 1–1 in the first two games of a four game road trip and they were able to seize a playoff spot despite the 0–3 start to the season. They did, however, lose the next game to Detroit 5–4 to knock them out of the top eight and even though they won the final game of the road trip, they wouldn't return to the top eight until November 9. On the road trip, the Ducks went 2–2. When the Ducks returned to Honda Center on the 29th, they faced the team that beat them in the Stanley Cup Final in 2003: the New Jersey Devils. The Devils edged the Ducks 2–1 and to round out what was a disappointing month, Anaheim lost to arch-rival San Jose on the 30th.

November[edit]

The beginning of the month of November couldn't have been any more different from the beginning of the month of October for the Ducks. They went 6–0 in their first 6 games with five of those six games being played in Anaheim at Honda Center. Interestingly enough, five of those six games were one goal games with two going to overtime. On November 9, the Ducks took hold of a playoff berth with an overtime win over arch-rival San Jose at HP Pavilion and rounded out the six-game winning streak with a 4–2 victory over division rival Dallas at Honda Center. While the month started out very well for Anaheim, inconsistency struck the Ducks and they lost six games in a row, only collecting two points from November 14 through November 26 thanks to two overtime losses at Chicago and at Minnesota. This slide cost the Ducks a playoff spot for the time being. Anaheim finished off the month with a win over Phoenix at Jobing.com Arena and a win over cross-town rival Los Angeles in front of a sold-out crowd at Honda Center. While the Ducks' 8–4–2 record was markedly better than their record in the month of October, inconsistency still plagued the team.

December[edit]

December proved to be an incredibly challenging month for Anaheim thanks to the longest road trip of the season (7 games). They started out by beating the Florida Panthers, but promptly losing the next two games to Detroit and Phoenix on December 3 and December 5 respectively. After those three games, the Ducks only had two games at Honda Center from December 7 through December 28 and they started this stretch of time well by beating the Edmonton Oilers in a shootout at Rexall Place and taking a point from the Vancouver Canucks by virtue of a shootout loss at Rogers Arena. With the victory over the Oilers, the Ducks moved above the .500 mark and would not fall below that mark for the rest of the 2010–11 season. The Ducks returned home to beat the Calgary Flames 3–2 in a shootout and after three straight games being decided in the shootout, the Ducks beat the Minnesota Wild decisively 6–2. After the game against the Wild on the 12th, the Anaheim Ducks would not return to the friendly confines of Honda Center until December 31. Anaheim started out the road trip well by beating the reeling Washington Capitals (the Washington loss marked their seventh in a row of an eventual eight game skid), however, in front of the smallest crowd of the season (7,659) the Ducks fell to the lowly New York Islanders at the Nassau Coliseum. The Ducks would then lose 2 of the next 3 games only beating the Boston Bruins before heading into the small Christmas break. Back home in Southern California, the Ducks dropped the first game after Christmas to cross-town rival Los Angeles at Staples Center, but they did win the final two games of the month at Phoenix and finally back home at Honda Center over the Philadelphia Flyers. The game on December 31 against the Flyers, was originally intended to be Chris Pronger's first game at Honda Center since his trade, however, due to injuries, he was unable to play. Despite an 8–6–1 record, the Ducks were in a playoff position for most of the month of December partially thanks to the fact that they had played more games than any other Western Conference team. They were also the first in the Western Conference to reach the 41 game mark (halfway point in the season) and they got there with 44 points. This marked the team's third best first half since the lockout only behind their 62 point showing in 2006–07 and their 47 points in 2008–09.

January[edit]

The Ducks went on a roll in the month of January winning 8 of 11 games. Throughout the month, however, all of Anaheim's wins were very close games with the Ducks winning by only one goal with the exception of the 6–0 victory over Columbus on January 7. Anaheim was on a long homestand during the first half of the month and started with a 1–1 record in the new year by defeating the defending champion Blackhawks and falling to the Nashville Predators in front of the smallest home crowd of the season (a mere 12,216). After that loss, they took advantage of home ice by taking down the Blue Jackets, rival Sharks, and Blues. Anaheim then fell to the Phoenix Coyotes in a short one game road trip to the desert but then came home to defeat the Edmonton Oilers on January 16 in their final home game until after the All-Star Game. Heading out on the road, the Ducks were to face the Ottawa Senators, Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, and Columbus Blue Jackets. Overall, Anaheim had a very good road trip only falling to Toronto. The game against the Leafs was significant because if was the first time former Ducks netminder (and Ducks starter in the 2003 and 2007 finals) J.S. Giguere would face his old team. Giguere got the best of Anaheim by posting a 5–2 victory. The game at Montreal was also significant because it was Ducks centerman Saku Koivu's first time playing at the Bell Centre since he signed with Anaheim prior to the 2009–10 season. The Canadien faithful gave Koivu an incredibly warm welcome, but in the end, the patrons at the Bell Centre were not pleased with the final result as Anaheim skated away with a 4–3 shootout victory. Going into the All-Star Game, the Ducks had 60 points, enough to be in the top 8 and were honored to send 3 players to the festivities in Raleigh, NC. Ducks winger Corey Perry was selected alongside goaltender Jonas Hiller (the only goaltender from the Western Conference) to participate in the game. Rookie defenseman Cam Fowler also attended, but he (along with many other rookies) were only there to compete in the skills tournament.

Playoffs[edit]

The Ducks clinched a playoff spot on Friday, April 8 after a 2-1 defeat of the Los Angeles Kings in a Freeway Face-Off matchup. 2011 marked the first year the Kings and Ducks have been in the playoffs simultaneously.

The Ducks were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by fifth-seeded Nashville, losing the series 4 games to 2.

Schedule and results[edit]

Preseason[edit]

2010 Preseason Game Log
Legend
Ducks Win Ducks Loss OT Loss

Regular season[edit]

2010–11 Game Log
Final Games Legend
Ducks Win (2 pts.) Ducks Loss (0 pts.) OT Loss (1 pt.) All-Star Game Clinched Playoffs
"Points" Legend
1st (Pacific Division) Not in Playoff Position In Playoff Position

Postseason[edit]

2011 Postseason Game Log
Legend
Ducks Win Ducks Loss

Standings[edit]

Divisional standings[edit]

Pacific Division[3]
GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 y-San Jose Sharks 82 48 25 9 43 248 213 105
2 Anaheim Ducks 82 47 30 5 43 239 235 99
3 Phoenix Coyotes 82 43 26 13 38 231 226 99
4 Los Angeles Kings 82 46 30 6 36 219 198 98
5 Dallas Stars 82 42 29 11 37 227 233 95

Conference standings[edit]

Western Conference
R Div GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 p – Vancouver Canucks NW 82 54 19 9 50 262 185 117
2 y – San Jose Sharks PA 82 48 25 9 43 248 213 105
3 y – Detroit Red Wings CE 82 47 25 10 43 261 241 104
4 Anaheim Ducks PA 82 47 30 5 43 239 235 99
5 Nashville Predators CE 82 44 27 11 38 219 194 99
6 Phoenix Coyotes PA 82 43 26 13 38 231 226 99
7 Los Angeles Kings PA 82 46 30 6 36 219 198 98
8 Chicago Blackhawks CE 82 44 29 9 38 258 225 97
8.5
9 Dallas Stars PA 82 42 29 11 37 227 233 95
10 Calgary Flames NW 82 41 29 12 32 250 237 94
11 St. Louis Blues CE 82 38 33 11 34 240 234 87
12 Minnesota Wild NW 82 39 35 8 36 206 233 86
13 Columbus Blue Jackets CE 82 34 35 13 29 215 258 81
14 Colorado Avalanche NW 82 30 44 8 24 227 288 68
15 Edmonton Oilers NW 82 25 45 12 23 193 269 62

bold - qualified for playoffs; y – Won division; p – Won President's Trophy (best record in NHL)
CE - Central Division, NW - Northwest Division, PA - Pacific Division


Player statistics[edit]

Skaters[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/− = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Goaltenders[edit]

Note: GP = Games Played; GS = Games Started; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime Losses; GA = Goals Against; GAA= Goals Against Average; SA= Shots Against; SV= Saves; Sv% = Save Percentage; SO= Shutouts

Regular season
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA Sv% SO G A PIM
Hiller, JonasJonas Hiller 49 46 2672 26 16 3 114 2.56 1493 .924 5 0 1 0
Ellis, DanDan Ellis 13 11 729 8 3 1 29 2.39 348 .917 0 0 0 0
Emery, RayRay Emery 10 9 527 7 2 0 20 2.28 272 .926 0 0 0 0
McElhinney, CurtisCurtis McElhinney 21 16 996 6 9 1 57 3.43 516 .890 2 0 1 0
Pielmeier, TimoTimo Pielmeier 1 0 40 0 0 0 5 7.50 12 .583 0 0 0 0
Playoffs
Player GP TOI W L GA GAA SA Sv% SO G A PIM
Emery, RayRay Emery 6 319 2 3 17 3.20 165 .897 0 0 0 0
Ellis, DanDan Ellis 1 41 0 1 4 5.85 24 .833 0 0 0 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Ducks. Stats reflect time with Ducks only.
Traded mid-season.
Bold/italics denotes franchise record

Awards and records[edit]

Awards[edit]

2010–11 NHL Awards
Player Award Awarded
Corey Perry[4] Hart Memorial Trophy June 22, 2011
Corey Perry[5] Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy June 22, 2011
Regular Season
Player Award Awarded
Ryan Getzlaf[6] NHL Third Star of the Week October 18, 2010
Jonas Hiller[7] NHL Second Star of the Week January 10, 2011
Corey Perry[8] NHL Third Star of the Week February 7, 2011
Corey Perry[9] NHL Third Star of the Week March 14, 2011
Ray Emery[10] NHL Second Star of the Week March 21, 2011
Corey Perry[11] NHL Second Star of the Week March 28, 2011
Corey Perry[12] NHL First Star of the Month March 2011
Corey Perry[13] NHL First Star of the Week April 4, 2011
Dan Ellis[14] NHL Third Star of the Week April 11, 2011

Records[edit]

Milestones[edit]

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached
Cam Fowler 1st Career NHL Game October 8, 2010
Cam Fowler 1st Career NHL Assist
1st Career NHL Point
October 9, 2010
Cam Fowler 1st Career NHL Goal October 17, 2010
Toni Lydman 200th Career NHL Point October 17, 2010
George Parros 300th Career NHL Game October 30, 2010
Kyle Palmieri 1st Career NHL Game
1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
November 3, 2010
Teemu Selanne 1,200th Career NHL Game November 5, 2010
Saku Koivu 700th Career NHL Point November 7, 2010
Curtis McElhinney 1st Career NHL Shutout November 10, 2010
Paul Mara 700th Career NHL Game November 14, 2010
Brandon McMillan 1st Career NHL Game November 21, 2010
Brandon McMillan 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
November 27, 2010
Corey Perry 300th Career NHL Point December 8, 2010
Brandon McMillan 1st Career NHL Assist December 10, 2010
Corey Perry 400th Career NHL Game December 10, 2010
Bobby Ryan 200th Career NHL Game December 10, 2010
Joffrey Lupul 400th Career NHL Game December 12, 2010
Ryan Getzlaf 400th Career NHL Game December 20, 2010
Andreas Lilja 500th Career NHL Game December 20, 2010
Saku Koivu 900th Career NHL Game December 21, 2010
Andy Sutton 600th Career NHL Game December 21, 2010
Luca Sbisa 1st Career NHL Goal December 28, 2010
Lubomir Visnovsky 100th Career NHL Goal December 31, 2010
Toni Lydman 700th Career NHL Game January 7, 2011
Teemu Selanne 1,300th Career NHL Point January 16, 2011
Maxim Lapierre 300th Career NHL Game January 18, 2011
Jason Blake 800th Career NHL Game
200th Career NHL Goal
January 25, 2011
Saku Koivu 500th Career NHL Assist February 2, 2011
Lubomir Visnovsky 400th Career NHL Point February 16, 2011
Timo Pielmeier 1st Career NHL Game February 19, 2011
Bobby Ryan 100th Career NHL Goal February 25, 2011
Lubomir Visnovsky 300th Career NHL Assist March 2, 2011
Luca Sbisa 100th Career NHL Game March 9, 2011
Ryan Getzlaf 400th Career NHL Point March 20, 2011
Francois Beauchemin 400th Career NHL Game March 23, 2011
Teemu Selanne 700th Career NHL Assist March 28, 2011
Lubomir Visnovsky 700th Career NHL Game April 3, 2011
Corey Perry 200th Career NHL Assist April 6, 2011
Bobby Ryan 200th Career NHL Point April 6, 2011
Playoffs
Player Milestone Reached
Matt Beleskey 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Cam Fowler 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Brandon McMillan 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Nick Bonino 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 15, 2011
Cam Fowler 1st Career NHL Playoff Assist
1st Career NHL Playoff Point
April 15, 2011
Matt Beleskey 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal
1st Career NHL Playoff Point
April 17, 2011
Kyle Palmieri 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Cam Fowler 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal April 20, 2011
Brandon McMillan 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal
1st Career NHL Playoff Assist
1st Career NHL Playoff Point
April 20, 2011
Luca Sbisa 1st Career NHL Playoff Assist
1st Career NHL Playoff Point
April 22, 2011
Dan Sexton 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 24, 2011

Transactions[edit]

The Ducks have been involved in the following transactions during the 2010–11 season.

Draft picks[edit]

The 2010 NHL Entry Draft in Los Angeles, California, took place from June 25–26, 2010. The Ducks had the 12th pick in the first round by virtue of finishing 11th in 2009–10 and not making any gains in the lottery that took place on Tuesday April 13, 2010. With their two picks in the first round, the Ducks took Cam Fowler, a defenseman from the Windsor Spitfires of the OHL and Long Beach-native Emerson Etem, a right winger from the Medicine Hat Tigers of the WHL. Both were ranked quite high by many analysts (Fowler as high as No. 3 and Etem as high as #8), however, things seemed to be working in the Ducks' favor picking them up at No. 12 and No. 29 respectively. Many analysts believe that because the Ducks' picks were ranked so high and they got them relatively low in the draft that the Ducks were one of the big winners at the 2010 draft.[64]

The Ducks picks at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft in Los Angeles, California:

Round # Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 12 Cam Fowler Defense  United States Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
1 29 1 Emerson Etem Right Wing  United States Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
2 42 Devante Smith-Pelly Right Wing  Canada Mississauga St. Michael's Majors (OHL)
5 122 2 Christopher Wagner Right Wing  United States South Shore Kings (EJHL)
5 132 Tim Heed Defense  Sweden Sodertalje SK (SEL)
6 161 3 Andreas Dahlstrom Center  Sweden AIK (SEL)
6 177 4 Kevin Lind Defense  United States Chicago Steel (USHL)
7 192 Brett Perlini Right Wing  Canada Michigan State Spartans (CCHA)
  1. Acquired Pick from Philadelphia
  2. Acquired Pick from Toronto
  3. Acquired Pick from Dallas
  4. Acquired Pick from Montréal via Pittsburgh

Minor league affiliates[edit]

Syracuse Crunch[edit]

The Syracuse Crunch, based in Syracuse, NY will be the Ducks AHL affiliate for the 2010–11 season. The multiyear partnership was announced March 25, 2010.[65]

Elmira Jackals[edit]

The Bakersfield Condors, based in Bakersfield, CA were the Ducks ECHL affiliate for the 2009–10 season. The Condors were the Ducks affiliate in the ECHL since 2008, however, following the Ducks deal with the AHL's Syracuse Crunch, Anaheim found a new affiliate on the east coast: the Elmira Jackals.[66]

Final roster[edit]

Updated April 13, 2011.[67]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
23 Canada Beauchemin, FrancoisFrancois Beauchemin D L 34 2011 Sorel-Tracy, Quebec
39 Canada Beleskey, MattMatt Beleskey LW L 26 2006 Windsor, Ontario
33 United States Blake, JasonJason Blake LW L 41 2010 Moorhead, Minnesota
Russia Bobkov, IgorIgor Bobkov G L 23 2009 Surgud, Soviet Union
63 United States Bonino, NickNick Bonino C L 26 2009 Hartford, Connecticut
21 Canada Brookbank, SheldonSheldon Brookbank D R 33 2009 Lanigan, Saskatchewan
28 Canada Chipchura, KyleKyle Chipchura C L 28 2009 Westlock, Alberta
United States Clark, MatMat Clark D R 23 2009 Lakewood, Colorado
Canada Deschamps, NicolasNicolas Deschamps C L 24 2008 LaSalle, Quebec
38 Canada Ellis, DanDan Ellis G L 34 2011 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
29 Canada Emery, RayRay Emery G L 31 2011 Hamilton, Ontario
4 United States Fowler, CamCam Fowler D L 22 2010 Windsor, Ontario
15 Canada Getzlaf, RyanRyan Getzlaf (C) C R 29 2003 Regina, Saskatchewan
12 Canada Green, JoshJosh Green LW L 36 2010 Camrose, Alberta
2 United States Guenin, NateNate Guenin D R 31 2011 Sewickley, Pennsylvania
1 Switzerland Hiller, JonasJonas Hiller G R 32 2006 Felben-Wellhausen, Switzerland
Canada Holland, PeterPeter Holland C L 23 2009 Toronto, Ontario
11 Finland Koivu, SakuSaku Koivu (A) C L 39 2009 Turku, Finland
3 Sweden Lilja, AndreasAndreas Lilja D L 39 2010 Helsingborg, Sweden
32 Finland Lydman, ToniToni Lydman D L 36 2010 Lahti, Finland
22 United States Marchant, ToddTodd Marchant C L 41 2005 Buffalo, New York
41 United States Maroon, PatrickPatrick Maroon LW L 26 2010 St. Louis, Missouri
64 Canada McMillan, BrandonBrandon McMillan C L 24 2008 Richmond, British Columbia
51 United States Palmieri, KyleKyle Palmieri C R 23 2009 Smithtown, New York
16 United States Parros, GeorgeGeorge Parros RW R 34 2006 Washington, Pennsylvania
10 Canada Perry, CoreyCorey Perry RW R 29 2003 Peterborough, Ontario
37 Finland Ruutu, JarkkoJarkko Ruutu LW L 39 2011 Helsinki, Finland
9 United States Ryan, BobbyBobby Ryan RW R 27 2005 Cherry Hill, New Jersey
5 Switzerland Sbisa, LucaLuca Sbisa D L 24 2009 Ozieri, Italy
8 Finland Selanne, TeemuTeemu Selanne (A) RW R 44 1995 Helsinki, Finland
42 United States Sexton, DanDan Sexton RW R 27 2009 Apple Valley, Minnesota
25 Canada Sutton, AndyAndy Sutton D L 39 2010 Kingston, Ontario
17 Slovakia Visnovsky, LubomirLubomir Visnovsky D L 38 2010 Topoľčany, Czechoslovakia
19 United States Winchester, BradBrad Winchester LW L 33 2011 Madison, Wisconsin

See also[edit]

Other Anaheim–based teams in 2010–11[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Niedermayer Officially Announces Retirement
  2. ^ Selanne considers return unless Ducks rebuild
  3. ^ "2010–2011 Standings by Division". National Hockey League. 
  4. ^ Perry grabs Hart Trophy
  5. ^ '2011 NHL AWARDS: ORDER OF AWARDS AND PRESENTERS'
  6. ^ Vokoun, Hossa and Getzlaf named 'Three Stars'
  7. ^ Sedin tops NHL's 'Three Stars of the Week'
  8. ^ Johan Franzen tops NHL's 'Three Stars of the Week'
  9. ^ Caps' Holtby tops 'Three Stars' of the week
  10. ^ Sharks' Pavelski tops 'Three Stars' of the week
  11. ^ Ryan Miller tops 'Three Stars' of the week
  12. ^ Perry tops March's 'Three Stars of the Month'
  13. ^ Corey Perry tops 'Three Stars' of the week
  14. ^ Thomas Vanek tops 'Three Stars' of the week
  15. ^ Ducks Acquire Sixth-Round Pick for Modig
  16. ^ Ducks Trade Brown for 122nd Pick
  17. ^ Ducks Acquire Jaffray from Flames
  18. ^ Ducks Acquire Left Wings Voros, Hillier from Rangers for Eminger
  19. ^ Ducks Acquire LW Zaborsky from Rangers
  20. ^ a b Ducks Acquire Third-Round Pick from Islanders for Wisniewski
  21. ^ Ducks Acquire Maroon and Laliberte from Philadelphia
  22. ^ Ducks Acquire Williams from Rangers
  23. ^ Ducks Obtain Chaput, Kennedy from Carolina
  24. ^ Ducks Acquire Center Lapierre from Montreal
  25. ^ Ducks Acquire Defenseman Guenin from Columbus
  26. ^ Ducks Acquire Francois Beauchemin for Joffrey Lupul, Jake Gardiner and a Conditional 2013 Fourth Round Draft Pick
  27. ^ Ducks Acquire Conditional Seventh Round Pick from Toronto for Voros
  28. ^ Ducks Trade Mara to Montreal for Fifth-Round Selection in 2012
  29. ^ Ducks Acquire Ruutu from Ottawa for Sixth Round Pick
  30. ^ Ducks Acquire Goaltender Ellis from Tampa Bay for McElhinney
  31. ^ Ducks Acquire McGrattan and Zimmerman from Boston in Exchange for Prospects Chaput and Laliberte
  32. ^ Ducks Acquire Perrault and Third-Round Pick from Vancouver
  33. ^ Ducks Obtain Winchester from Blues
  34. ^ Ducks Sign Lydman to 3-year Deal
  35. ^ Ducks Sign Center Smith to 1-Year Deal
  36. ^ Ducks Sign Left Wing Green to One-Year Deal
  37. ^ Ducks Sign Defenseman Syvret to One-Year Deal
  38. ^ Ducks Sign Sutton to Two-Year Deal
  39. ^ Ducks Sign D Mara to One-Year Deal
  40. ^ Ducks Sign Lilja to One-Year Deal
  41. ^ Ducks Sign Goaltender Emery to Two-Way Contract
  42. ^ Ducks Ink Schofield to One-Year Entry-Level Contract
  43. ^ Wings add depth, sign Joey MacDonald
  44. ^ a b Evans, Oystrick Sign Two-Way Deals
  45. ^ Flames acquire defenseman Brendan Mikkelson
  46. ^ Canes Claim Troy Bodie on Waivers from Ducks
  47. ^ Niedermayer Officially Announces Retirement
  48. ^ VETERAN DEFENCEMAN WARD RETIRES AFTER 13 NHL SEASONS
  49. ^ Ducks Sign Brittain to Entry-Level Deal
  50. ^ Ducks Sign McMillan to Three-Year Contract
  51. ^ Ducks Sign Brookbank to Two-Year Extension
  52. ^ Chipchura Agrees to Extension
  53. ^ Levasseur Inks One-Year Extension
  54. ^ Ducks Sign Koivu to Two-Year Contract
  55. ^ Ducks Ink Mikkelson to 1-Year Deal
  56. ^ Ducks Sign Top Pick Cam Fowler to Three-Year Deal
  57. ^ Ducks Sign RW Kyle Palmieri to Three-Year Entry Level Contract
  58. ^ Ducks Sign Selanne to One-Year Contract
  59. ^ Ryan Re-Signs with Ducks
  60. ^ Ducks Sign Beleskey to 2-Year Extension
  61. ^ Ducks Ink Bobkov to Entry-Level Deal
  62. ^ Ducks Sign Smith-Pelly to Entry Level Contract
  63. ^ Ducks Sign Sbisa to Four-Year Extension
  64. ^ Button's Draft Winners, additional text.
  65. ^ http://ducks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=522710 Ducks Announce AHL Partnership with Syracuse
  66. ^ Ducks Announce Affiliation Agreement with Elmira of the ECHL, Posted July 27, 2010 at 3:01 pm PDT.
  67. ^ "Anaheim Ducks- Team - Roster". Anaheim Ducks. Retrieved 2011-04-13. 

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