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In the franchise's second Western Conference Finals appearance, they faced the eighth-seeded Edmonton Oilers , a series the Ducks would ultimately lose in five games.

Prior to the —07 season , the Ducks adopted a completely new look to go along with their new name; their team colors became black, gold and orange, and the logo of a duck-shaped goalie mask was dropped in favor of the word "Ducks", with a webbed foot in place of the "D".

With this trade, solid scoring lines, a shut-down line featuring Rob Niedermayer, Samuel Pahlsson and Travis Moen and an enviable defense, the Ducks were considered by many to be a Stanley Cup favorite.

The win set an NHL open era record by remaining undefeated in regulation for the first 16 games of the season, eclipsing the previous mark set by the —84 Edmonton Oilers the record has since been broken by the Chicago Blackhawks' 21—0—3 start during the —13 season.

Anaheim were subsequently shut out by the Flames the following game, 3—0, ending their streak. On January 16, , the Ducks played in their franchise's 1,th regular season game, and on March 11, the Ducks recorded their franchise's 1,th point with a 4—2 win over the Canucks, which improved their franchise all-time record to ——, with 1, points.

On April 7, the Ducks won their first division title in franchise history when the Canucks defeated the second-place San Jose Sharks in the final game of the season.

The Ducks ended the regular season with a 48—20—14 record and points—both franchise records. Although they had three fewer wins than the Nashville Predators , the Ducks won the second seed in the West by virtue of winning the Pacific Division title as well as the Predators finishing second in the Central Division behind the Detroit Red Wings the top seed in the West.

The Ducks defeated the Minnesota Wild in the Conference quarter-finals in five games and the Canucks in the semi-finals, also in five games. In Game 3, Chris Pronger elbowed Tomas Holmstrom and subsequently received a one-game suspension for the illegal check.

In the Finals , the Ducks won the first two games at home against the Ottawa Senators. However, the Ducks lost Game 3 and Pronger received his second one-game suspension, this time for elbowing Dean McAmmond.

The 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. Travis Moen was credited with the Cup game-winning goal.

Scott Niedermayer, the only player on the team who had previously won a Stanley Cup, was awarded the second Conn Smythe Trophy in Ducks history.

The Ducks began their title defense in the —08 season without two fan favorites, Scott Niedermayer and Teemu Selanne, who were both contemplating retirement. During the season, Burke put goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov on waivers, where he was picked-up by the Phoenix Coyotes.

Both Selanne and Niedermayer would ultimately return and the team finished with a 47—27—8 record, good enough to earn home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs finishing as the fourth seed in the Western Conference.

They were eliminated in the quarterfinals in six games by the Dallas Stars. In the off-season, Burke bought-out the remaining year on Todd Bertuzzi's contract and traded Mathieu Schneider to the Atlanta Thrashers.

After an extremely slow start to the —09 season , on November 12, , Burke resigned to take the same position for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Bob Murray replaced him as general manager, but the team struggled to make the playoffs as the eighth seed in the Western Conference.

A bevy of trade deadline deals saw the departure of some mainstays from the Cup team, including Chris Kunitz, who was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins for defenseman Ryan Whitney ; Samuel Pahlsson, who was traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets for defenseman James Wisniewski ; and Travis Moen, who was traded to the San Jose Sharks for two prospects.

The trades gave the Ducks new life as a hot streak to end the season launched the team into the playoffs. Jonas Hiller emerged as the new number one goalie during the stretch drive.

The Ducks defeated the number one seed and Presidents' Trophy -winning San Jose Sharks in six games in the first round before being eliminated in the conference semi-finals by the eventual Western Conference champion Detroit Red Wings in seven games.

The Ducks then signed free agent center and former Montreal Canadiens captain Saku Koivu to a one-year deal. Another slow start would doom the Ducks. The Ducks played through frequent injuries and picked up play in the second half of the season, but struggled coming out of the Olympic break.

For the first time since the lockout, the Ducks failed to make the playoffs with a 39—32—11 record. The off-season was also busy for the Ducks, as Scott Niedermayer announced his retirement in a June press conference.

Niedermayer decided to stay a member of the Ducks as a team consultant. The Ducks resigned Saku Koivu for two years and signed free agent defenseman Toni Lydman to a three-year contract.

In addition to Lydman, the Ducks were able to get defenseman Cam Fowler via the draft, and year-old strong-willed defenseman Andy Sutton signed to a two-year deal.

Restricted free agent Bobby Ryan was signed to a five-year deal. The —11 season did not begin well for the Ducks, who would lose their first three games.

They maintained a. He 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 However, Hiller was injured at the All-Star Game and missed the rest of the season.

Even though the Ducks had a great season led by Perry, Hiller, Selanne, Visnovsky and Getzlaf, they would end up losing in the first round of the playoffs to the fifth-seeded Nashville Predators.

The team wore a black patch with his former jersey number, 24, in current team numbering. This was the third time in franchise history that they started the regular season with games in Europe.

After a slow start to the season, the Ducks replaced head coach Randy Carlyle with former Washington Capitals head coach Bruce Boudreau.

The rest of the season was mostly forgettable, as the Ducks could not get out of the hole they dug themselves in the first half of the season, and ultimately failed to reach the playoffs in the —12 season.

The —13 season was shortened to 48 games due to a labor lockout. When play resumed in January after a new collective bargaining agreement was signed, the Ducks opened the season by sweeping a two-game Canadian road trip with a decisive 7—3 victory against the Vancouver Canucks on January 19, followed by a 5—4 decision against the Calgary Flames on January Their home opener came on January 25, also against the Canucks, who would prevail 5—0.

The distinction of the Ducks' longest homestand was split between two five-game stretches from March 18—25 and from April 3— Anaheim's lengthiest road trip was a six-game haul from February 6— Due to the shortened season and the compacted game scheduling, all games were to be played against the Ducks' own Western Conference opponents, and no games were played against Eastern Conference teams.

The Ducks finished the season with a 30—12—6 record and would win their second Pacific Division title in franchise history. In the Western Conference quarter-finals, they ended up losing to the seventh-seeded Detroit Red Wings in seven games, despite holding a 3—2 series lead after Game 5.

Entering the —14 season , the 20th anniversary of the franchise, it was announced that Teemu Selanne would be playing in his final NHL season.

At one point of the season, the Ducks won 18 of 19 games, the longest run of one-loss play in the NHL for 45 years. A 9—1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on January 15 saw Anaheim establish a 20—0—2 record at the Honda Center, which matched the longest season-opening home points streak in 34 years, as well as setting a franchise-record for goals scored in a game 9 , and powerplay goals scored in a game 6.

Behind a Hart Trophy-caliber season from club captain Ryan Getzlaf, solid depth scoring, a steady if unspectacular defence and solid goaltending in the form of Jonas Hiller and rookie Frederik Andersen , many felt that the Ducks were primed to be a top contender for the Stanley Cup.

The Ducks remained towards the top of the NHL standings for the entire season, ending the regular season with a franchise-best 54—20—8 record points and eventually finishing one point behind the Boston Bruins in the race for the Presidents' Trophy, awarded to the team finishing the regular season with the best record.

The Ducks secured a second consecutive Pacific Division title and the number one seed in the Western Conference. Anaheim faced the eighth-seeded Dallas Stars in the Western Conference quarter-finals and were victorious in six games, marking the first time since that the Ducks had won a playoff series.

In the Western Conference semi-finals, the Ducks faced their geographic rival and eventual Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings for the first time ever in the playoffs. In a hotly contested series, the Ducks ultimately went down in seven games to their Southern Californian rivals, losing Game 7 by a score of 6—2 at the Honda Center.

In the playoffs , they swept the Winnipeg Jets in the first round and beat the Calgary Flames in five games to set up a Western Conference final against the Chicago Blackhawks. After taking three games to two series lead on the strong play of goaltender Frederik Andersen, the Ducks lost the final two games of the series, including Game 7 on home ice.

This marked the third-straight season the Ducks had lost a series in Game 7 at home after leading the series three games to two. However, scoring struggles led to a slow start, with the team still out of a playoff spot in December.

On May 10, , the Ducks ended their Game 7 losing streak when they defeated the Edmonton Oilers, winning the series 4—3 and advancing to the Western Conference finals for the second time in three seasons.

In the following season , the Ducks failed to win the Pacific Division for the first time since the —12 season. In , the Ducks fired Carlyle and replaced him with Bob Murray as interim, however the Ducks missed the playoffs.

The Ducks have officially worn three unique regular jerseys and five unique third jerseys in their franchise history.

The original jerseys of the Ducks then the Mighty Ducks used jade green, purple, white and grey as primary colors for both the home and away jerseys.

The team's dark jerseys were dominantly purple in color with diagonal gray and white stripes; the jersey is jade green below the stripes, which appear on the arms and waist, and the collar was jade and white.

The white jerseys were similar, except that the purple is replaced mainly with white and the collar is completely purple in color. In , shoulder patches were added to both jerseys featuring a forward-facing version of the main logo's "duck mask", surrounded by a circle reading "Mighty Ducks of Anaheim".

The hockey pants also had a jade stripe on the sides that was eliminated after the Ducks' Stanley Cup run and heading into the —04 season. About a year after the team was purchased from the Walt Disney Company by the Samuelis, Brian Burke initiated a name change dropping the "Mighty" after consultation with the fans showed that the typical fan had a willingness to update the "Mighty Ducks" name and jersey and also a desire to keep part of the traditions of the franchise.

Burke sought inspiration for the jersey from the United States Military Academy , [ citation needed ] ending up with diagonal gold, white, black and orange stripes down the arms and waist with the word "Ducks" on the front.

The jersey is similar to the team's most recent third jersey prior to the name change. The orange pays tribute to Orange County , [38] where Anaheim is located. The new team jersey shows only minor modifications from the —07 season's jerseys, including a small NHL crest just below the neck, and a smaller ducks logo on the chest.

After the first year of the Edge uniform system being in place, the Ducks increased the size of their logo. The Ducks would use these uniforms as their primary uniforms until the —14 season.

On June 27, , the Ducks unveiled their new uniforms that were based on the — alternate jerseys. Changes to the collar and number font were included. The third jerseys of the Ducks were created in , , , , and The jersey was jade green with purple and white stripes on the collar and on the end of the sleeves.

The logo was of team mascot Wildwing wearing a Mighty Ducks jersey while breaking through a sheet of ice. The jersey was short-lived; as severe criticism encouraged management to retire the jersey at the end of the —96 season.

The third jersey came with a rare fourth jersey partner. The third was a jade green-colored jersey with silver and purple stripes at the shoulders outlined in thin yellow, and a silver stripe at the bottom.

It had the Mighty Ducks logo in the center of the chest. The fourth jersey was much like it. It was white with jade green, purple, and silver stripes at the shoulders of the jersey, but no bottom stripe.

These jerseys saw action until the end of — , when they stopped playing with their third jerseys, and used only the fourth. At the end of — , the fourth was also retired.

The third jersey was black with purple and gray stripes at the waist and on the sleeves. It had the alternate script logo of the present Mighty Ducks and old-style laces at the neck, as well as a shoulder patch displaying an interlocking "MD" for "Mighty Ducks".

The popularity of this jersey amongst fans was so great it replaced the purple and jade jersey, serving as the home jersey for the last half of the —06 season and playoffs.

It was dropped following the season as the team went to a modified name, new uniforms, and color scheme; however, this popular jersey influenced the design of the new jerseys for — It was the only time in the modern NHL days when a mainly black jersey was not worn with black pants; instead, the pants were purple.

The third jersey was officially unveiled on November 26, , against the Chicago Blackhawks , the day after Thanksgiving.

The jersey features the webbed "D" on the chest with the recolored Mighty Ducks logo on each shoulder. It features striping similar to the regular uniforms, and orange is much more prominent as a secondary color.

In June , the third jersey was made as the Ducks' primary home jersey, alongside a white one in the same style for away. On October 16, , the Ducks unveiled a brand new, orange third jersey when they went up against the Colorado Avalanche.

This jersey brought back the old Mighty Ducks logo and features a black collar with the "Anaheim" wordmark on the left side, the webbed "D" logo on the shoulders, and unique stripes that goes along with the teams home socks.

For their Stadium Series game on January 25, , the Ducks created a special jersey. This jersey is primarily orange with black lettering and numbers. The chromed Ducks logo, designed for the Stadium Series, is on the chest.

There are gold, black and white stripes on the sleeves as well as black trim around the bottom and sleeves. The jersey has old fashion black lace on the neck and also has a unique "OC" logo on the left shoulder to represent Orange County where the Ducks are from.

The Ducks announced for their 25th anniversary season of —19 the adoption of a new third jersey that features the franchise's original colors of eggplant and jade.

The team's colors were purple and jade until the change of ownership in At this point, they became orange, black and gold, with white in place of black for the away jersey. The only exception is the alternate jersey, which is mostly orange.

Orange, which has become one of the team's primary colors, is in reference to Orange County , where Anaheim is located.

The Ducks' logo features a webbed foot forming a "D". The text itself is gold which sometimes may appear as bronze as well with orange and black accents forming a three-dimensional appearance.

The entire logo is in turn outlined by silver. This is shortened from a prior version that spelled out the word "Ducks" in all capital letters.

The old logo of the Ducks prior to the name change featured an old-style goaltender mask, shaped to form the appearance of a duck bill.

Behind the mask are two intersecting hockey sticks, a black hockey puck, and a triangle; the color of the triangle was either green or gray, depending on how the logo is used.

This is now used on a shoulder patch of the current uniforms, with the triangle in orange. The official mascot for the Anaheim Ducks is an anthropomorphized duck by the name of Wild Wing.

He has been the team's mascot since its inaugural season, and his name was chosen through fan voting. He wears a Ducks jersey with the number 93 on the back, referring to the year the Ducks became an NHL team.

He regularly descends from the rafters of the arena when making his in-game entrances. Another well known blunder occurred in October when Wild Wing, attempting to jump through a "wall of fire", accidentally tripped causing the mascot to land on the fire and set his costume ablaze.

His physical appearance is similar to the duck mask in the original Mighty Ducks logo. A bronze statue of Wild Wing was located outside the south doors of Honda Center [44] from to , until construction began on the 'Grand Terrace' addition to the arena.

When construction was completed and the Grand Terrace opened in October , the statue was noticeably absent. The mascot's name was also used for the leader of the Ducks, Wildwing Flashblade, in Disney's Mighty Ducks cartoon series.

During the same time in which the team announced a name change as well as change in jersey designs, there was an attempt by the team's owners to change or replace the mascot, Wild Wing, but was halted after a highly successful petition by fans.

The Mighty Ducks also used a secondary "mascot", a person with no particular costume called "The Iceman", during the team's first game in However, "The Iceman" was poorly received by fans and was quickly eliminated as the Ducks lost to the Red Wings in their inaugural game, The Ducks have two rivalries with two teams out of geographical proximity.

The Freeway Face-Off with the Los Angeles Kings as both teams arenas are accessible via Interstate 5 in California and the fact that both teams are within the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area.

The Ducks also have a rivalry with the San Jose Sharks. Despite the arenas being six hours away from each other, the teams have developed a strong rivalry, primarily from the and Stanley Cup playoffs.

The Ducks won the series in , but the Sharks came back in This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by the Ducks.

For the full season-by-season history, see List of Anaheim Ducks seasons. Updated July 17, Clarence S. Campbell Bowl. Hart Memorial Trophy.

William M. Jennings Trophy. Lady Byng Memorial Trophy. Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy. The Anaheim Ducks currently have three retired numbers, Teemu Selanne 's no.

Former Ducks who have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. These are the top-ten point-scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed NHL regular season. These are the top-ten playoff point-scorers in franchise playoff history.

Figures are updated after each completed NHL season. Disney planned to start an ESPN West regional sports network for the —99 season, which would also carry Anaheim Angels baseball games, but the plan was abandoned.

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Which Oregon high schools are sending the most athletes to play in college? Footer Navigation. Niedermayer decided to stay a member of the Ducks as a team consultant. The Ducks resigned Saku Koivu for two years and signed free agent defenseman Toni Lydman to a three-year contract.

In addition to Lydman, the Ducks were able to get defenseman Cam Fowler via the draft, and year-old strong-willed defenseman Andy Sutton signed to a two-year deal.

Restricted free agent Bobby Ryan was signed to a five-year deal. The —11 season did not begin well for the Ducks, who would lose their first three games. They maintained a. He 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 However, Hiller was injured at the All-Star Game and missed the rest of the season.

Even though the Ducks had a great season led by Perry, Hiller, Selanne, Visnovsky and Getzlaf, they would end up losing in the first round of the playoffs to the fifth-seeded Nashville Predators.

The team wore a black patch with his former jersey number, 24, in current team numbering. This was the third time in franchise history that they started the regular season with games in Europe.

After a slow start to the season, the Ducks replaced head coach Randy Carlyle with former Washington Capitals head coach Bruce Boudreau. The rest of the season was mostly forgettable, as the Ducks could not get out of the hole they dug themselves in the first half of the season, and ultimately failed to reach the playoffs in the —12 season.

The —13 season was shortened to 48 games due to a labor lockout. When play resumed in January after a new collective bargaining agreement was signed, the Ducks opened the season by sweeping a two-game Canadian road trip with a decisive 7—3 victory against the Vancouver Canucks on January 19, followed by a 5—4 decision against the Calgary Flames on January Their home opener came on January 25, also against the Canucks, who would prevail 5—0.

The distinction of the Ducks' longest homestand was split between two five-game stretches from March 18—25 and from April 3— Anaheim's lengthiest road trip was a six-game haul from February 6— Due to the shortened season and the compacted game scheduling, all games were to be played against the Ducks' own Western Conference opponents, and no games were played against Eastern Conference teams.

The Ducks finished the season with a 30—12—6 record and would win their second Pacific Division title in franchise history. In the Western Conference quarter-finals, they ended up losing to the seventh-seeded Detroit Red Wings in seven games, despite holding a 3—2 series lead after Game 5.

Entering the —14 season , the 20th anniversary of the franchise, it was announced that Teemu Selanne would be playing in his final NHL season. At one point of the season, the Ducks won 18 of 19 games, the longest run of one-loss play in the NHL for 45 years.

A 9—1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on January 15 saw Anaheim establish a 20—0—2 record at the Honda Center, which matched the longest season-opening home points streak in 34 years, as well as setting a franchise-record for goals scored in a game 9 , and powerplay goals scored in a game 6.

Behind a Hart Trophy-caliber season from club captain Ryan Getzlaf, solid depth scoring, a steady if unspectacular defence and solid goaltending in the form of Jonas Hiller and rookie Frederik Andersen , many felt that the Ducks were primed to be a top contender for the Stanley Cup.

The Ducks remained towards the top of the NHL standings for the entire season, ending the regular season with a franchise-best 54—20—8 record points and eventually finishing one point behind the Boston Bruins in the race for the Presidents' Trophy, awarded to the team finishing the regular season with the best record.

The Ducks secured a second consecutive Pacific Division title and the number one seed in the Western Conference. Anaheim faced the eighth-seeded Dallas Stars in the Western Conference quarter-finals and were victorious in six games, marking the first time since that the Ducks had won a playoff series.

In the Western Conference semi-finals, the Ducks faced their geographic rival and eventual Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings for the first time ever in the playoffs.

In a hotly contested series, the Ducks ultimately went down in seven games to their Southern Californian rivals, losing Game 7 by a score of 6—2 at the Honda Center. In the playoffs , they swept the Winnipeg Jets in the first round and beat the Calgary Flames in five games to set up a Western Conference final against the Chicago Blackhawks.

After taking three games to two series lead on the strong play of goaltender Frederik Andersen, the Ducks lost the final two games of the series, including Game 7 on home ice.

This marked the third-straight season the Ducks had lost a series in Game 7 at home after leading the series three games to two.

However, scoring struggles led to a slow start, with the team still out of a playoff spot in December. On May 10, , the Ducks ended their Game 7 losing streak when they defeated the Edmonton Oilers, winning the series 4—3 and advancing to the Western Conference finals for the second time in three seasons.

In the following season , the Ducks failed to win the Pacific Division for the first time since the —12 season. In , the Ducks fired Carlyle and replaced him with Bob Murray as interim, however the Ducks missed the playoffs.

The Ducks have officially worn three unique regular jerseys and five unique third jerseys in their franchise history. The original jerseys of the Ducks then the Mighty Ducks used jade green, purple, white and grey as primary colors for both the home and away jerseys.

The team's dark jerseys were dominantly purple in color with diagonal gray and white stripes; the jersey is jade green below the stripes, which appear on the arms and waist, and the collar was jade and white.

The white jerseys were similar, except that the purple is replaced mainly with white and the collar is completely purple in color. In , shoulder patches were added to both jerseys featuring a forward-facing version of the main logo's "duck mask", surrounded by a circle reading "Mighty Ducks of Anaheim".

The hockey pants also had a jade stripe on the sides that was eliminated after the Ducks' Stanley Cup run and heading into the —04 season.

About a year after the team was purchased from the Walt Disney Company by the Samuelis, Brian Burke initiated a name change dropping the "Mighty" after consultation with the fans showed that the typical fan had a willingness to update the "Mighty Ducks" name and jersey and also a desire to keep part of the traditions of the franchise.

Burke sought inspiration for the jersey from the United States Military Academy , [ citation needed ] ending up with diagonal gold, white, black and orange stripes down the arms and waist with the word "Ducks" on the front.

The jersey is similar to the team's most recent third jersey prior to the name change. The orange pays tribute to Orange County , [38] where Anaheim is located.

The new team jersey shows only minor modifications from the —07 season's jerseys, including a small NHL crest just below the neck, and a smaller ducks logo on the chest. After the first year of the Edge uniform system being in place, the Ducks increased the size of their logo.

The Ducks would use these uniforms as their primary uniforms until the —14 season. On June 27, , the Ducks unveiled their new uniforms that were based on the — alternate jerseys.

Changes to the collar and number font were included. The third jerseys of the Ducks were created in , , , , and The jersey was jade green with purple and white stripes on the collar and on the end of the sleeves.

The logo was of team mascot Wildwing wearing a Mighty Ducks jersey while breaking through a sheet of ice. The jersey was short-lived; as severe criticism encouraged management to retire the jersey at the end of the —96 season.

The third jersey came with a rare fourth jersey partner. The third was a jade green-colored jersey with silver and purple stripes at the shoulders outlined in thin yellow, and a silver stripe at the bottom.

It had the Mighty Ducks logo in the center of the chest. The fourth jersey was much like it. It was white with jade green, purple, and silver stripes at the shoulders of the jersey, but no bottom stripe.

These jerseys saw action until the end of — , when they stopped playing with their third jerseys, and used only the fourth.

At the end of — , the fourth was also retired. The third jersey was black with purple and gray stripes at the waist and on the sleeves.

It had the alternate script logo of the present Mighty Ducks and old-style laces at the neck, as well as a shoulder patch displaying an interlocking "MD" for "Mighty Ducks".

The popularity of this jersey amongst fans was so great it replaced the purple and jade jersey, serving as the home jersey for the last half of the —06 season and playoffs.

It was dropped following the season as the team went to a modified name, new uniforms, and color scheme; however, this popular jersey influenced the design of the new jerseys for — It was the only time in the modern NHL days when a mainly black jersey was not worn with black pants; instead, the pants were purple.

The third jersey was officially unveiled on November 26, , against the Chicago Blackhawks , the day after Thanksgiving.

The jersey features the webbed "D" on the chest with the recolored Mighty Ducks logo on each shoulder. It features striping similar to the regular uniforms, and orange is much more prominent as a secondary color.

In June , the third jersey was made as the Ducks' primary home jersey, alongside a white one in the same style for away. On October 16, , the Ducks unveiled a brand new, orange third jersey when they went up against the Colorado Avalanche.

This jersey brought back the old Mighty Ducks logo and features a black collar with the "Anaheim" wordmark on the left side, the webbed "D" logo on the shoulders, and unique stripes that goes along with the teams home socks.

For their Stadium Series game on January 25, , the Ducks created a special jersey. This jersey is primarily orange with black lettering and numbers. The chromed Ducks logo, designed for the Stadium Series, is on the chest.

There are gold, black and white stripes on the sleeves as well as black trim around the bottom and sleeves. The jersey has old fashion black lace on the neck and also has a unique "OC" logo on the left shoulder to represent Orange County where the Ducks are from.

The Ducks announced for their 25th anniversary season of —19 the adoption of a new third jersey that features the franchise's original colors of eggplant and jade.

The team's colors were purple and jade until the change of ownership in At this point, they became orange, black and gold, with white in place of black for the away jersey.

The only exception is the alternate jersey, which is mostly orange. Orange, which has become one of the team's primary colors, is in reference to Orange County , where Anaheim is located. The Ducks' logo features a webbed foot forming a "D".

The text itself is gold which sometimes may appear as bronze as well with orange and black accents forming a three-dimensional appearance. The entire logo is in turn outlined by silver. This is shortened from a prior version that spelled out the word "Ducks" in all capital letters.

The old logo of the Ducks prior to the name change featured an old-style goaltender mask, shaped to form the appearance of a duck bill.

Behind the mask are two intersecting hockey sticks, a black hockey puck, and a triangle; the color of the triangle was either green or gray, depending on how the logo is used.

This is now used on a shoulder patch of the current uniforms, with the triangle in orange. The official mascot for the Anaheim Ducks is an anthropomorphized duck by the name of Wild Wing.

He has been the team's mascot since its inaugural season, and his name was chosen through fan voting. He wears a Ducks jersey with the number 93 on the back, referring to the year the Ducks became an NHL team.

He regularly descends from the rafters of the arena when making his in-game entrances. Another well known blunder occurred in October when Wild Wing, attempting to jump through a "wall of fire", accidentally tripped causing the mascot to land on the fire and set his costume ablaze.

His physical appearance is similar to the duck mask in the original Mighty Ducks logo. A bronze statue of Wild Wing was located outside the south doors of Honda Center [44] from to , until construction began on the 'Grand Terrace' addition to the arena.

When construction was completed and the Grand Terrace opened in October , the statue was noticeably absent. The mascot's name was also used for the leader of the Ducks, Wildwing Flashblade, in Disney's Mighty Ducks cartoon series.

During the same time in which the team announced a name change as well as change in jersey designs, there was an attempt by the team's owners to change or replace the mascot, Wild Wing, but was halted after a highly successful petition by fans.

The Mighty Ducks also used a secondary "mascot", a person with no particular costume called "The Iceman", during the team's first game in However, "The Iceman" was poorly received by fans and was quickly eliminated as the Ducks lost to the Red Wings in their inaugural game, The Ducks have two rivalries with two teams out of geographical proximity.

The Freeway Face-Off with the Los Angeles Kings as both teams arenas are accessible via Interstate 5 in California and the fact that both teams are within the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area.

The Ducks also have a rivalry with the San Jose Sharks. Despite the arenas being six hours away from each other, the teams have developed a strong rivalry, primarily from the and Stanley Cup playoffs.

The Ducks won the series in , but the Sharks came back in This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by the Ducks.

For the full season-by-season history, see List of Anaheim Ducks seasons. Updated July 17, Clarence S. Campbell Bowl.

Hart Memorial Trophy. William M. Jennings Trophy. Lady Byng Memorial Trophy. Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy. The Anaheim Ducks currently have three retired numbers, Teemu Selanne 's no.

Former Ducks who have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. These are the top-ten point-scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed NHL regular season. These are the top-ten playoff point-scorers in franchise playoff history.

Figures are updated after each completed NHL season. Disney planned to start an ESPN West regional sports network for the —99 season, which would also carry Anaheim Angels baseball games, but the plan was abandoned.

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See also: List of Anaheim Ducks award winners. Stanley Cup —07 Clarence S. See also: List of Anaheim Ducks records. NHL Enterprises, L.

Retrieved April 18, June 21, In addition, a classic color palette of black and metallic gold was developed, with an accent of orange as a metaphorical link to the teams' Orange County home.

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