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ORIGINAL MIGHTY DUCKS PLAYERS ATTENDING THROWBACK NIGHT
''The Ducks will host their 20th Anniversary “Throwback” game on Sunday night vs. Ottawa. Below is a recap of the inaugural season, along with stats and biographical information for the attending players this weekend.


Front Row (sitting): Mikhail Shtalenkov, Alternate Captain Randy Ladouceur, Head Coach Ron Wilson, Assistant General Manager Pierre Gauthier, President Tony Tavares, Governor Michael Eisner, Vice President/General Manager Jack Ferreira, Director of Hockey Operations Kevin Gilmore, Captain Troy Loney, Guy Hebert. Second Row: Trainer Blynn DeNiro, Equipment Manager Mark O’Neill, Assistant Coach Al Sims, Terry Yake, Bobby Dollas, Alternate Captain Stu Grimson, Alternate Captain Todd Ewen, Stephan Lebeau, Assistant Coach Tim Army, Goaltending Coach Brian Hayward, Assistant Equipment Manager John Allaway. Third Row: Bob Corkum, Peter Douris, Joe Sacco, David Williams, Bill Houlder, Anatoli Semenov, Jim Thomson, Shaun Van Allen, Tim Sweeney, Don McSween. Back Row: Scott McKay, Sean Hill, Scott Chartier, Maxim Bets, Steven King, Garry Valk, Mark Ferner, Patrik Carnback, John Lilley.

1993-94: The Inaugural Season

Final Record: 33-46-5, 71 points (fourth, Pacific) ...set an NHL first-year team record with 33 wins, tying Florida for most wins in a season...had 19 road wins - the most-ever by a first-year club in the NHL...had three separate road winning streaks of three games or more, including a four-game sweep of a Western Canada swing in late November...71 points were the fourth-highest point total ever for a first-year NHL club...home attendance averaged 16,989 (98.9% of capacity) with 27 sellouts, including the last 25 games of the year...won seven season series, including four sweeps (Hartford 2-0, Philadelphia 2-0, N.Y. Rangers 2-0, Winnipeg 4-0)...team was 10-4-1 in Canada, including an eight game unbeaten streak (8-0-1)...15 players set new individual career-highs for points in an NHL season and 20 set new career-highs in games played...Anaheim’s team 2.97 GAA and .907 save percentage made the Mighty Ducks one of only eight teams in the league to have a GAA under 3.00 and a save percentage over .900...21 of 46 losses were decided by one goal (45.7%)...43-of-71 points were earned away from the Arrowhead Pond (60.6%)...team’s record was 19-15-3 outside of the state of California...team had a 5-5-1 record when scoring two-or-more power play goals in a game, including a 2-0-0 record when scoring three...penalty killing ranked sixth overall in the league at 82.7%...Anaheim held a 19-3-1 record (.848) when scoring four-or-more goals in a game.

Confirmed Players Attending

ROBIN BAWA

Robin Bawa played 12 games for the inaugural 1993-94 team, earning one assist.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-94                       RW - 26                      12         0         1          1            7          -3
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from San Jose. Became a free agent, July 1, 1994.

Personal: Robin currently resides in Richmond, British Columbia…has one son: Arjun (8)…owns a transportation company in B.C.

PATRIK CARNBACK
Patrik Carnback appeared in three seasons for the Mighty Ducks from 1993-96, scoring 24-38=62 points with 120 PIM in 148 games…Carnback was also involved in the first trade in club history, arriving with Todd Ewen from Montreal in exchange for a 1994 third-round draft pick on Aug. 10, 1993.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-96                       LW/C - 21                   148     24       38        62        120        -13
Acquired from Montreal with Todd Ewen in exchange for a third-round selection in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft on Aug. 10, 1993. Became a free agent on July 1, 1996.

Personal: Patrik resides in Gothenburg, Sweden…he and wife Eva have been married for 15 years and have two children: daughter, Lisa (17), and son, Nils (16)…works as a hockey agent for AC Hockey…his favorite Ducks moment was “coming to a new team that was in the spotlight. An organization that was enthusiastic, the facilities were shiny and the risk of becoming star struck was high! In addition to all that, the team happened to be situated in a sunny and warm state!”

BOBBY DOLLAS
Bobby Dollas was a member of the Mighty Ducks from 1993-98, earning 28-61=89 points with a +31 rating and 213 PIM in 305 games…currently ranks tied for seventh on the club’s all-time plus/minus list…ranks ninth among franchise defensemen in games, seventh in goals, tied for 10th in assists and eighth in scoring…appeared in 77 games during the inaugural season, collecting 9-11=20 points with a team-leading +20 rating and 55 PIM…set career highs in goals and plus/minus in 1993-94.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-98                       D - 2                            305     28       61        89        213       +31
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from Detroit. Traded to Edmonton in exchange for Drew Bannister, Jan. 9, 1998.

Personal: Has four children: Selina (21), Kayra (17), Josh (19) and Juliane (11)…resides in Montreal, Quebec…is a TV analyst for TSN in Montreal and also TSN Radio 690 AM…also runs his own hockey camps for kids…his favorite Ducks moment was when the 1996-97 team won its first playoff series in franchise history over the Phoenix Coyotes.

TODD EWEN
Todd Ewen was an alternate captain on the inaugural Ducks team…he was also involved in the first trade in club history, arriving with Patrik Carnback from Montreal in exchange for a 1994 third-round draft pick on Aug. 10, 1993…Ewen led the inaugural team with 272 PIM…he ranks sixth all-time in club history in penalty minutes with 650.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-96                       RW - 36                      153     13       12        25        650        -14
Acquired from Montreal with Patrik Carnback in exchange for a third-round selection in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft on Aug. 10, 1993. Became a free agent on July 1, 1996.

Personal: Todd and his wife Kelli reside in St. Louis, MO…the couple has three children… currently is the head coach and director of hockey operations for Saint Louis University…also coached high school and youth teams…his best memory with the Ducks was being named the club’s alternate captain.

STU GRIMSON
Stu Grimson had two different stints with the Ducks…he finished second behind Todd Ewen with 199 PIM in the club’s inaugural season…Grimson ranks seventh in PIM in club history with 583.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS         PIM      +/-
1993-95 & 1998-00    LW - 32                       231      5          8          13        583      -13
Acquired by Anaheim in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from Detroit. Traded to Detroit with Mark Ferner and Anaheim’s sixth round pick in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft for Mike Sillinger and Jason York on Apr. 4, 1995. Acquired by Anaheim from Carolina with Kevin Haller in exchange for David Karpa and a fourth-round draft pick in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft on Aug. 11, 1998. Became a free agent on July 1, 2000.

Personal: Stu and his wife Pam have been married 25 years and have four children: Erin (21), Hannah (19), Kristjan (17) and Jayne (13)…completed a law degree in 2005 at the University of Memphis Law School and worked as a labor lawyer for the NHLPA for two seasons before returning to Nashville to work as a defense attorney for the law firm of Kay, Griffin, Enkema & Brothers, PLLC…currently serves as the color analyst for the Nashville Predators Radio Network…he says his best memory as a Duck was when Todd Ewen’s son Chad walked into the Ducks locker room right before the team was set to take the ice, and said, “Dad, I need $5 for a hot dog.”…another favorite memory was clinching the 1997 Western Conference Quarterfinals with a Game 7 shutout over Phoenix at the Arrowhead Pond…his family resides in Brentwood, TN.

GUY HEBERT
Guy Hebert appeared in 10 NHL seasons with the Ducks from 1993-01, serving as the starting goaltender in the first game in club history on Oct. 8, 1993 vs. Detroit…he recorded the club’s first road win (4-2, Oct. 19, 1993 at the New York Rangers) and first shutout (1-0, Dec. 15, 1993 at Toronto)…Guy appeared in 441 career NHL games with Anaheim, going 173-202-53 with 27 shutouts, a 2.75 GAA and .911 SV%...among franchise leaders, Hebert currently ranks first in saves and shots against, second in wins, starts, minutes, shutouts and appearances, and third in GAA…he was the longest-tenured Duck from Anaheim’s 1993 Expansion Draft class, remaining with the organization until Mar. 5, 2001…Hebert made 52 appearances during the inaugural season, going 20-27-3 with two shutouts, a 2.83 GAA and .907 SV%…the New York native led Anaheim goaltenders in wins, shutouts, GAA, appearances, minutes (2,991), shots (1,513) and saves (1,372) in 1993-94.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP      MIN       GA    GAA     RECORD        SV%
1993-01                       G - 31                          441    25206    1155     2.75   173-202-53        .911
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from St. Louis. Placed on non-roster waivers, Mar. 5, 2001.

Personal: Says his best memory as a Duck was the first shutout in team history in Toronto…resides in Newport Beach.

STEVEN KING
Steven King played in 36 games in 1993-94, scoring 8-3=11 points.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-96                       RW - 17/24                 43       10         3        13          59          -8
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from N.Y. Rangers. Became a free agent, July 1, 1996.

Personal: Steven and his wife, Christine, have been married for 19 years and have three children: Ryan (14), Tyler (11) and Nolan (8)…the family resides in East Greenwich, RI…currently works in non-profit management consulting.

TROY LONEY
The first captain in club history, Loney started at left wing in the Ducks inaugural game on Oct. 8, 1993...he scored 13 goals in 62 games that season, including a club-high (tied with Sweeney) six power play goals.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-94                       LW - 24                       62       13         6        19          88          -5
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from Pittsburgh. Traded to the N.Y. Islanders in exchange for Tom Kurvers on June 29, 1994.

Personal: Troy currently lives in Pittsburgh, PA, with his wife Aafke and their four children: Reed (23), Ty (21), Clint (19) and Aafke (17)…Troy serves as the President - State and Government Segment - of the Catamaran Corporation…his favorite Ducks memory was the excitement around opening night and Sean Hill scoring the club’s first ever goal.

TIM SWEENEY
Tim Sweeney scored the first shorthanded goal in club history…his goal was the game-winner in a 1-0 shutout @ Toronto at 6:15 of the third period on Dec. 15, 1993…it was the first shutout in club history…he was the fourth-leading scorer in 1993-94 with 16-27=43 points in 78 games, including a club-leading six power play goals (tied with Loney).

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-95                       C/LW - 8                     91       17       28        45          51            0
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from Boston. Released on Apr. 9, 1995.

Personal: Tim and his wife, Chrissy, have been married for 22 years and have three children: Timmy (16), Emily (15) and Lily (12)…Tim currently works in financial sales…previously served as a television announcer for the Minnesota Wild and college hockey for Fox Sports…favorite Ducks memory was the inaugural game and the first win in franchise history…the family resides in Hanover, MA.

JIM THOMSON
Jim Thomson was selected by Anaheim in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft…he played in the Ducks organization for two years.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS         PIM      +/-       
1993-95                       RW - 33                      6           0         0          0               5         0
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from Los Angeles. Became a free agent, July 1, 1995.

Personal: Jim has five children: Natalie (19), Emma (18), Matthew (17), James (16) and Jenny (13)…the family resides in Aurora, Ontario…Jim is the owner of Jim Thomson’s Power House Hockey (hockey instruction)…his favorite Ducks moment was when he was selected from the Kings in the Expansion Draft.

RON TUGNUTT
Ron Tugnutt appeared in 28 games during the 1993-94 season, going 10-15-1 with a 3.00 GAA and .908 SV%...earned the first win in franchise history, a 4-3 victory over Edmonton on Oct. 13, 1993 at the Arrowhead Pond…became the first goaltender in club history to make 40+ saves in a single game (44) in a 6-3 win on Nov. 19, 1993 at Vancouver…was also the first Ducks goaltender to face a penalty shot attempt (Oct. 15, 1993 vs. Boston, save on Cam Neely) and also play in the club’s first overtime game (Oct. 10, 1993 vs. the New York Islanders).

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP        MIN    GA        GAA              RECORD      SV%
1993-94                       G - 1                            28         1520      76          3.00                10-15-1       .908
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from Edmonton. Traded to Montreal in exchange for Stephan Lebeau, Feb. 20, 1994.

Personal:
Served as a coach in the Ontario Hockey League for Oshawa from 2008-10 and for Peterborough from 2010-11…also was a goaltending consultant for the 2010 Canadian World Junior team…he and wife, Lisa, have two children…the family resides on Stoney Lake near Peterborough, Ontario.

SHAUN VAN ALLEN
Shaun Van Allen played in 80 games on the inaugural 1993-94 team, scoring 8-25=33 points.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-96                       C - 22                          174     24       63        87        137         +9
Signed as a free agent, July 22, 1993. Traded to Ottawa with Jason York in exchange for Ted Drury and Marc Moro, Oct. 1, 1996.

Personal: Shawn and wife, Colleen, have been married for 23 years and reside in Ottawa with their three children: Aaron (19), Hayley (17) and Logan (14)…is in his fourth season as an assistant coach for the University of Carleton Ravens hockey team…also served as the Ottawa Senators Director of Player Evaluation in 2006-07.

DAVID WILLIAMS
David Williams played in 56 games on the inaugural 1993-94 team, scoring 5-15=20 points.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-95                       D - 4                            77         7       17        24          68         +3
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from San Jose. Became a free agent, July 1, 1995.

Personal: David and his wife, Pam, have been married for 21 years…the couple resides in Duxbury, MA with their four children: Christopher (20), Tanner (18), K.C. (15) and Lucy (12)…David is currently an institutional equity trader…says his best memory as a Duck was watching Stu Grimson try to stick himself to a Velcro wall at Disneyland.

TERRY YAKE
Terry Yake appeared in 82 games for the 1993-94 team, earning 21-31=52 points…led the club in scoring and assists, and ranked second in goals…earned one of the two first assists in franchise history on Sean Hill’s goal on Oct. 8, 1993 vs. Detroit at the Arrowhead Pond…scored the first hat trick in club history in a 4-2 victory on Oct. 19, 1993 at the New York Rangers.

SEASONS                   POS-NO.                     GP       G        A     PTS      PIM         +/-
1993-94                       C - 25                          82       21       31        52          44         +2
Acquired in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft from Hartford. Traded to Toronto in exchange for David Sacco, Sept. 28, 1994.

Personal: Currently resides in St. Louis, MO with his wife and two daughters…runs T-Bones Natural Meats, a meat distribution business outside of St. Louis.


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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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