2011–12 Anaheim Ducks season

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2011–12 Anaheim Ducks
Division 5th Pacific
Conference 13th Western
2011–12 record 34–36–12
Home record 21–18–2
Road record 13–18–10
Goals for 206
Goals against 236
Team information
General Manager Bob Murray
Coach Randy Carlyle (Oct.-Nov.)
Bruce Boudreau (Nov.-Apr.)
Captain Ryan Getzlaf
Alternate captains Saku Koivu
Teemu Selanne
Arena Honda Center
Average attendance 14,760 (86.4%)
Team leaders
Goals Corey Perry (37)
Assists Ryan Getzlaf (46)
Points Teemu Selanne (66)
Penalties in minutes Corey Perry (127)
Plus/minus Sheldon Brookbank (+11)
Wins Jonas Hiller (29)
Goals against average Jonas Hiller (2.57)
<2010–11 2012–13>

The 2011–12 Anaheim Ducks season was the 19th season of operation (18th season of play) for the National Hockey League franchise. Their first game of the season was held on October 7, 2011 against the Buffalo Sabres in Helsinki, Finland. The Ducks had a disappointing season compared to 2010–11, struggling in the first half of the season and digging a hole that was too deep to climb out of despite a second-half resurgence. 2011–12 marked the second time in their last three seasons that the Ducks have missed the playoffs. The Ducks ultimately finished the season in 13th place in the Western Conference and with a mediocre 34–36–12 record.

Offseason[edit]

While the Anaheim Ducks entered the 2011 offseason with no major free agent challenges, the franchise did indeed have some question marks heading into the 2011–12 season. The biggest question on the ice, was whether or not super-star Teemu Selanne would retire.[1] The 40 year old was incredibly successful in the 2010–11 season averaging over a point a game,[2] however, his age and length of his career (18 NHL seasons) was a factor. The Ducks' offseason started with the NHL draft when Anaheim took Rickard Rakell in the first round (30th overall), John Gibson in the second round (39th overall), and traded for Andrew Cogliano from Edmonton and signed him to a 3 year deal.[3][4][5] Head coach Randy Carlyle also got a contract extension of 3 years after guiding the Ducks to their first Stanley Cup championship in 2007 and into the playoffs every season since he took the helm except for the 2009–10 season.[6] On the retirement front, the Ducks lost long-time 3rd line center Todd Marchant to retirement on June 29, 2011 and on the same day, former Ducks captain Paul Kariya announced his retirement, putting to bed any rumor that he may return to the franchise he helped build.[7][8] Other than a few transactions, the summer for Anaheim was relatively quiet with most of the talk concerning the health of goaltender Jonas Hiller and whether or not Selanne will return for another season. Hiller was reported to be symptom free as of August 19 and was expected to arrive at the Ducks camp on time in September and Selanne announced his return on September 15 after undergoing knee surgery early in the summer.[9][10] Early in September, tragedy rocked the hockey world when a plane carrying the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team of the KHL crashed. The team featured some NHL prospects and former NHL stars including former Mighty Duck Ruslan Salei. Salei had been a mainstay in the Anaheim organization for many years and a small memorial was erected in front of Honda Center by Ducks fans to remember him immediately after people began to find out about his passing.[11]

Business and arena[edit]

On the business side, the Sacramento Kings of the NBA expressed interest in moving to Honda Center, the Ducks' home arena. The team had until May 2, 2011 to file for relocation to play in Anaheim for the 2011–12 season.[12] Ducks owners Henry and Susan Samueli have been trying to lure an NBA team to Honda Center since they purchased the team, mainly because of the positive impact the team would have on the Ducks' finances and the finances of Samueli-owned Anaheim Arena Management.[13] It was announced, however, on May 2 that the Kings would remain in Sacramento for at least one more season.[14] Even though the Ducks remained the sole at least through the 2011–12 season, the Anaheim Ducks and Anaheim Arena Management announced that they would be doing a major upgrade to the arena in mid-June, 2011. The upgrade includes a new restaurant, expanded club area, grand terrace, new east entrance, and larger team store and the cost is reportedly in the tens of millions.[15][16] The Ducks also announced ticket prices for individual games will be reduced in order to take advantage of an "all-in" pricing mechanism.[17]

Regular season[edit]

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

The 2011–12 Anaheim Ducks regular season schedule was released on June 23, 2011 and, as expected, the Ducks started their season as part of the NHL Premiere in Helsinki, Finland on October 7. Their first home game was on Friday, October 14 against in-state rival San Jose. Anaheim's first actual road game was on Monday, October 17 against the Sharks at HP Pavilion. Their longest homestand was from December 29 – January 10 (6 home games), and their longest road trip was February 10–23 (8 road games). Their final game of the regular season was on Saturday, April 7 at Calgary.

The Ducks struggled in the first half of the season, posting 18 points and a record of 6–20–6 over 32 games from October 21 – January 4, including a particularly brutal 3-point, 1–8–1 stretch from November 5 – 27 that ultimately led to a coaching change. Beginning on January 6 they embarked on a turnaround, accumulating 38 points over a 24-game span and having one of the NHL's best records for games played in January through mid-February. However, beginning on February 27 Anaheim proceeded to fall into another frustrating 5–8–1 ditch which ultimately would eliminate them from the playoff hunt. The Ducks were mathematically eliminated as of Wednesday, March 28, at which point the Ducks only had 10 points up for grabs through the remainder of the season, and 11 separated them from the last playoff spot. Anaheim's season ended on Saturday, April 7 with a 5–2 loss to Calgary. Primary goaltender Jonas Hiller finished 2011–12 with a 29–30–12 record and with a 2.57 goals-against average.

October[edit]

  • October 7: The Ducks opened the season as part of the NHL Premiere in Ducks star Teemu Selanne's native Finland, losing 4–1 to Buffalo.
  • October 8: Second game of the premiere in Stockholm, Sweden, a 2–1 victory over the New York Rangers.
  • October 14: The Ducks home opener against rival San Jose; a 1–0 triumph. The Ducks previously opened against the Sharks during the 2009–10 season.
  • October 29: The Ducks faced the team that eliminated them in the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs (Nashville) for the first time of the season at Bridgestone Arena and lost 3–0

November[edit]

December[edit]

  • December 17: The Ducks visited the newly reincarnated Winnipeg Jets for the first time, losing 5–3. It was also current Ducks star and former Winnipeg Jets star Teemu Selanne's first regular season game in Winnipeg since he was traded to the Ducks in 1996.
  • December 29: The Ducks' longest homestand (6 games) began. The Ducks went 3–3–0 during this homestand.
  • December 31: J.S. Giguere made his first visit to Honda Center since being traded from the Ducks as a member of the Colorado Avalanche, defeating his former team 4–2.

January[edit]

February[edit]

  • February 10: The Ducks' longest road trip (8 games) began. The team went 5–1–2 over this trip.

March[edit]

  • March 25: The Ducks hosted the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins at Honda Center. The only meeting between the two teams during the 2011–12 season, goaltender Marty Turco led Boston to a 3–2 defeat of Anaheim.

April[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

The Ducks failed to qualify for the 2012 NHL Playoffs.

Schedule and results[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

The 2011 Anaheim Ducks participated in 7 preseason games and 1 exhibition game against Jokerit before the 2011–12 regular season.

2011 Preseason Game Log
Final Games Legend
Ducks Win Ducks Loss OT Loss

Regular season[edit]

2011–12 Game Log
Final Games Legend
Ducks Win (2 pts.) Ducks Loss (0 pts.) OT Loss (1 pt.) All-Star Game Eliminated
Future Games Legend
Home Game Away Game
"Points" Legend
1st (Pacific Division) Not in Playoff Position In Playoff Position

Standings[edit]

Pacific Division[19]
GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 y – Phoenix Coyotes 82 42 27 13 36 216 204 97
2 San Jose Sharks 82 43 29 10 34 228 210 96
3 Los Angeles Kings 82 40 27 15 34 194 179 95
4 Dallas Stars 82 42 35 5 35 211 222 89
5 Anaheim Ducks 82 34 36 12 31 204 231 80
Western Conference[20]
R Div GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 p – Vancouver Canucks NW 82 51 22 9 43 249 198 111
2 y – St. Louis Blues CE 82 49 22 11 45 210 165 109
3 y – Phoenix Coyotes PA 82 42 27 13 36 216 204 97
4 Nashville Predators CE 82 48 26 8 43 237 210 104
5 Detroit Red Wings CE 82 48 28 6 39 248 203 102
6 Chicago Blackhawks CE 82 45 26 11 38 248 238 101
7 San Jose Sharks PA 82 43 29 10 34 228 210 96
8 Los Angeles Kings PA 82 40 27 15 34 194 179 95
8.5
9 Calgary Flames NW 82 37 29 16 34 202 226 90
10 Dallas Stars PA 82 42 35 5 35 211 222 89
11 Colorado Avalanche NW 82 41 35 6 32 208 220 88
12 Minnesota Wild NW 82 35 36 11 24 177 226 81
13 Anaheim Ducks PA 82 34 36 12 31 204 231 80
14 Edmonton Oilers NW 82 32 40 10 27 212 239 74
15 Columbus Blue Jackets CE 82 29 46 7 25 202 262 65

Divisions: CE – Central, NW – Northwest, PA – Pacific

bold - qualified for playoffs, y – Won division, p – Won Presidents' Trophy (best record in NHL)


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 73 73 4253 29 30 12 182 2.57 2021 .910 4 0 1 0
Ellis, DanDan Ellis 10 5 419 1 5 0 19 2.72 214 .911 0 0 1 0
Deslauriers, JeffJeff Deslauriers 4 4 241 3 1 0 11 2.74 113 .903 0 0 0 0
Tarkki, IiroIiro Tarkki 1 0 41 1 0 0 3 4.39 10 .700 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]

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded
Jonas Hiller[21] NHL First Star of the Week February 20, 2012

Records[edit]

Milestones[edit]

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached
Nate Guenin 1st Career NHL Goal October 7, 2011
Maxime Macenauer 1st Career NHL Game
1st Career NHL Assist
1st Career NHL Point
October 7, 2011
Devante Smith-Pelly 1st Career NHL Game October 7, 2011
Devante Smith-Pelly 1st Career NHL Assist
1st Career NHL Point
October 8, 2011
Maxime Macenauer 1st Career NHL Goal October 14, 2011
Sheldon Brookbank 200th Career NHL Game October 14, 2011
Matt Beleskey 100th Career NHL Game October 21, 2011
Patrick Maroon 1st Career NHL Game October 25, 2011
Peter Holland 1st Career NHL Game November 5, 2011
Devante Smith-Pelly 1st Career NHL Goal November 9, 2011
Peter Holland 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
November 11, 2011
Bobby Ryan 100th Career NHL Assist November 11, 2011
Ryan Getzlaf 300th Career NHL Assist November 25, 2011
Cam Fowler 100th Career NHL Game November 30, 2011
Jonas Hiller 200th Career NHL Game December 4, 2011
Kyle Palmieri 1st Career NHL Assist December 16, 2011
Corey Perry 400th Career NHL Point January 8, 2012
Iiro Tarkki 1st Career NHL Game
1st Career NHL Win
January 8, 2012
Teemu Selanne 1,300th Career NHL Game January 12, 2012
Jonas Hiller 100th Career NHL Win January 15, 2012
Corey Perry 500th Career NHL Game February 1, 2012
Bobby Ryan 300th Career NHL Game February 1, 2012
George Parros 400th Career NHL Game February 12, 2012
Andrew Cogliano 100th Career NHL Assist February 17, 2012
Toni Lydman 800th Career NHL Game March 2, 2012
Toni Lydman 200th Career NHL Assist March 3, 2012
Corey Perry 200th Career NHL Goal March 5, 2012
Ryan Getzlaf 500th Career NHL Game March 12, 2012
Saku Koivu 1,000th Career NHL Game March 12, 2012
Teemu Selanne 1,400th Career NHL Point March 14, 2012
Andrew Cogliano 400th Career NHL Game March 16, 2012
Mat Clark 1st Career NHL Game April 1, 2012
Niklas Hagman 300th Career NHL Point April 1, 2012

Final roster[edit]

Updated May 22, 2012.[22]

# 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
63 United States Bonino, NickNick Bonino C L 26 2009 Hartford, Connecticut
21 Canada Brookbank, SheldonSheldon Brookbank D R 33 2009 Lanigan, Saskatchewan
7 Canada Cogliano, AndrewAndrew Cogliano C L 27 2011 Toronto, Ontario
73 Canada Clark, MatMat Clark D R 23 2009 Lakewood, Colorado
43 Canada Deslauriers, JeffJeff Deslauriers G R 30 2011 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
38 Canada Ellis, DanDan Ellis Injured Reserve G L 34 2011 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Sweden Fasth, ViktorViktor Fasth G L 32 2012 Kalix, Sweden
4 United States Fowler, CamCam Fowler D L 22 2010 Windsor, Ontario
15 Canada Getzlaf, RyanRyan Getzlaf (C) C R 29 2003 Regina, Saskatchewan
34 United States Guenin, NateNate Guenin D R 31 2011 Sewickley, Pennsylvania
12 Finland Hagman, NiklasNiklas Hagman LW L 34 2011 Espoo, Finland
1 Switzerland Hiller, JonasJonas Hiller G R 32 2006 Felben-Wellhausen, Switzerland
11 Finland Koivu, SakuSaku Koivu (A) C L 39 2009 Turku, Finland
32 Finland Lydman, ToniToni Lydman D L 36 2010 Lahti, Finland
16 United States Parros, GeorgeGeorge Parros RW R 34 2006 Washington, Pennsylvania
14 Canada Pelley, RodRod Pelley C L 30 2011 Kitimat, British Columbia
10 Canada Perry, CoreyCorey Perry RW R 29 2003 Peterborough, Ontario
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 2005 Helsinki, Finland
77 Canada Smith-Pelly, DevanteDevante Smith-Pelly RW R 22 2010 Scarborough, Ontario
17 Slovakia Visnovsky, LubomirLubomir Visnovsky D L 38 2010 Topoľčany, Czechoslovakia

Transactions[edit]

The Ducks have been involved in the following transactions during the 2011–12 season.

Draft picks[edit]

The Ducks' picks at the 2011 NHL Entry Draft in St. Paul, Minnesota:

Round # Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 30 (from Boston via Toronto) Rickard Rakell RW  Sweden Plymouth Whalers (OHL)
2 39 (from Toronto) John Gibson G  United States US NTDP (USHL)
2 53 William Karlsson C  Sweden VIK Vasteras HK (Swe-2)
3 65 (from NY Islanders) Joseph Cramarossa C  Canada Mississauga St. Michael's Majors (OHL)
3 83 Andy Welinsky D  United States Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
5 143 Max Friberg LW  Sweden Skovde (Swe-3)
6 160 (from Toronto) Josh Manson D  Canada Salmon Arm Silverbacks (BCHL)

See also[edit]

Other Anaheim–based teams in 2011–12[edit]

References[edit]

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  48. ^ Jets agree to terms with Jason Jaffray. Jets.nhl.com. Retrieved November 11, 2011.
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