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Heavy Medal

Final notes on the Ducks Olympians

Monday, 03.01.2010 / 1:27 AM / News
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Heavy Medal

Anaheim Ducks players combined for seven medals at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, the most in the NHL (San Jose was second with five). The seven medals also tied the most ever by an NHL team.

The only other NHL teams to have as many as seven medal winners were the 1998 Pittsburgh Penguins and the 2002 Detroit Red Wings. Anaheim Ducks players combined for three gold (Scott Niedermayer, Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry for Canada), two silver (Bobby Ryan, Ryan Whitney for USA), and two bronze medals (Saku Koivu and Teemu Selanne for Finland) at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

- With gold medal winners in each of the last three Olympic Games (Kariya 2002, Pahlsson, 2006, Niedermayer, Getzlaf, Perry in 2010), the Ducks join the Philadelphia Flyers and Vancouver Canucks as the only NHL teams to have gold medalists in the last three such tournaments (2002-2010).


- The Ducks, Dallas Stars and Philadelphia Flyers are the only three NHL teams to have multiple medalists in EACH of the four Olympic tournaments involving NHL players (1998-2010).

-  The Ducks also became just the second NHL team to have players with multiple medals of EACH color in an Olympic tournament (2002 Red Wings, two gold, two silver, three bronze).

-Ducks players have won 15 medals in the four Olympic Games involving NHL players, second only to the Detroit Red Wings (16). New York Rangers players have also won 15. The complete Anaheim Ducks list:

Gold = 5 (Paul Kariya with Canada in 2002; Samuel Pahlsson with Sweden in 2006, Ryan Getzlaf, Scott Niedermayer and Corey Perry with Canada in 2010)

Silver = 5 (Mikhail Shtalenkov and Dmitri Mironov with Russia in 1998; Teemu Selanne with Finland in 2006, Bobby Ryan and Ryan Whitney with USA in 2010)

Bronze = 5 (Teemu Selanne with Finland in 1998 and 2010; Oleg Tverdovsky and Ilya Bryzgalov with Russia in 2002; Saku Koivu with Finland in 2010)
 

Individual Highlights
 
- In his first career Winter Olympic Games, Corey Perry notched 4-1=5 points with a +3 rating in seven contests, capturing the gold medal with Team Canada. He ranked tied for second in goals for the tournament and scored Canada's second marker in the Gold Medal Game.

- Ryan Getzlaf helped Team Canada to a gold medal, scoring 3-4=7 points in seven contests. He ranked tied for second on Team Canada in points. Getzlaf scored 1-2=3 points in Canada’s 7-3 win over Russia in the quarterfinals on Feb. 24.

- Team Canada captain Scott Niedermayer earned 1-2=3 points with a +2 rating in seven contests, helping the club to a gold medal.
 
- Bobby Ryan and Ryan Whitney each won their first Olympic medal for Team USA (silver). Ryan collected 1-1=2 points with two PIM and a +3 rating. His goal in Team USA’s 3-1 win over Switzerland in the preliminary round on Feb. 16 accounted for the first goal of the men’s hockey tournament.
 

- Teemu Selanne (Finland) became the all-time Olympic men’s hockey scorer (20-17=37 points in 31 career games) with an assist on Feb. 19 vs. Germany. He surpassed Valeri Kharlamov (Russia), Vlastimil Bubnik (former Czechoslovakia) and Harry Watson (Canada) to capture sole possession of the title. Selanne now has three career Olympic medals: (silver in 2006, bronze in 2002 & 2010).

- With Team Finland’s bronze medal, captain Saku Koivu joined fellow teammates Jere Lehtinen and Ville Peltonen for a share of the all-time Olympic men’s hockey record with four career medals. Vladislav Tretiak (former USSR) and Jiri Holik (former Czecheslovakia) also have four medals. Koivu, Lehtinen and Peltonen each have one silver and three bronze medals.

- In five tournament contests, Jonas Hiller went 2-2-1 for Team Switzerland with a 2.47 GAA and a .918 SV%. His 146 saves for the tournament ranked third among all goaltenders.
 
- Ducks prospect Luca Sbisa appeared in all five of Switzerland’s Olympic contests.


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STANDINGS

WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 z - ANA 82 54 20 8 266 209 116
2 y - COL 82 52 22 8 250 220 112
3 x - STL 82 52 23 7 248 191 111
4 x - SJS 82 51 22 9 249 200 111
5 x - CHI 82 46 21 15 267 220 107
6 x - LAK 82 46 28 8 206 174 100
7 x - MIN 82 43 27 12 207 206 98
8 x - DAL 82 40 31 11 235 228 91
9 PHX 82 37 30 15 216 231 89
10 NSH 82 38 32 12 216 242 88
11 WPG 82 37 35 10 227 237 84
12 VAN 82 36 35 11 196 223 83
13 CGY 82 35 40 7 209 241 77
14 EDM 82 29 44 9 203 270 67

STATS

2013-2014 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
R. Getzlaf 77 31 56 28 87
C. Perry 81 43 39 32 82
N. Bonino 77 22 27 14 49
M. Perreault 69 18 25 13 43
A. Cogliano 82 21 21 13 42
C. Fowler 70 6 30 15 36
K. Palmieri 71 14 17 9 31
D. Winnik 76 6 24 6 30
H. Lindholm 78 6 24 29 30
S. Koivu 65 11 18 3 29
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
F. Andersen 20 5 0 .923 2.29
J. Hiller 29 13 7 .911 2.48
 

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