Records from recent seasons to the 2017-18 season.
2019-20 SEASON FRANCHISE & PLAYER RECORDS:
10-5-19 The Anaheim Ducks improved to 2-0-0 to start a season for the fourth time in franchise history with a 3-1 win over the San Jose Sharks at Honda Center. The Ducks became the third Western Conference team to begin the season 2-0-0, joining Vegas and Colorado (Edmonton later won to also move to 2-0-0).
10-5-19 Ryan Getzlaf’s tally represented his 51st career game-winning goal, which ranks third among all-time franchise leaders behind only Teemu Selanne (77) and Corey Perry (64).
10-5-19 Michael Del Zotto opened the scoring for Anaheim with his first goal as a Duck at the 14:32 mark of the first period.
10-5-19 John Gibson made 35 saves to earn his second victory of the season in as many contests. Through two games, Gibson has stopped 67 of 69 shots for a 1.00 GAA and .971 SV%.
10-10-19- Ryan Getzlaf is tied with (his twin) Corey Perry for most games played in franchise history with 988 games
10-11-19- The Anaheim Ducks matched the best start in their history. They had been 4-1-0 three times, most recently in 2014-15, when they started 7-1-0. The win improved their record to 4-1-0 (eight points) this season, matching the best start in franchise history (four other occasions)
10-11-19-With the goal, Jakob Silfverberg tied Sammy Pahlsson (13) for fifth on the franchise’s all-time shorthanded points list.
10-11-19- It was Cam Fowler‘s 60th career goal, placing him in a tie with Scott Niedermayer for the all-time franchise lead for goals by defensemen.
10-16-19- The Anaheim Ducks improved their home record to 3-0-0 and overall mark to 5-2-0 following a 5-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres at Honda Center. They’ve started their season with three straight home wins for the fourth time in franchise history and first time since 2014-15. Anaheim has allowed the fewest goals (12 GA) over the first seven games of a season in franchise history (previously 13 GA in 2006-07).
10-16-19- Ryan Getzlaf gave the Ducks the lead in the second period with a power-play goal, marking Anaheim’s first tally with the man advantage this season. The goal also represented Getzlaf’s 52nd career game-winner, which ranks third among all-time franchise leaders (Selanne first with 77, Perry second with 64).
2018-19 SEASON FRANCHISE & PLAYER RECORDS:
10-8-18- The Anaheim Ducks celebrated their 25th Anniversary Season Home Opener with a 3-2 shootout win over the Detroit Red Wings in front of the 400th sellout in franchise history (17,436, including standing room only). Playing the same opponent as their inaugural game on Oct. 8, 1993, the Ducks tied tonight’s contest in both the second and third periods before Troy Terry clinched the win with the lone shootout goal
10-8-18- Max Comtois became the second rookie in franchise history to record at least one point in each of his first three career NHL games. Perry was the first to do so in 2005-06.
10-8-18- Jakob Silfverberg became the first Duck since 2014-15 to record five points in his first three games. Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, and Ryan Kesler all earned five points in Anaheim’s first three games of 2014-15 from Oct. 9-13, 2014
10-8-18- John Gibson became the first goaltender in franchise history to start and win the first three games of a regular season after stopping 19-of-21 shots and all three shootout attempts.
10-14-18- The Anaheim Ducks have won three consecutive games at Enterprise Center dating to Nov. 29, 2017, tying the franchise mark for wins in St. Louis (Dec. 31, 2005-March 31, 2007)
10-30-18- Pontus Aberg became the first Duck player since 2013 (Daniel Winnik) and ninth player in club history to record consecutive multi-goal games. The others are Corey Perry, Teemu Selanne, Brendan Morrison, Bobby Ryan, Samuel Pahlsson, and Paul Kariya.
11-1-18- Rickard Rakell scored the game-tying goal with 26 seconds left in the third period. It was the first time in franchise history the Ducks have tied the game in the last 30 seconds.
11-4-18- Cam Fowler with the first career hat trick, Fowler’s hat trick was the third by a Ducks defenseman in the history of the franchise, and in each case the third goal was an overtime winner. In fact, Fowler became just the seventh defenseman in NHL history to record three goals.
11-4-18- Cam Fowler’s three goals tied him with Francois Beauchemin (56) for second on the all-time franchise goals list for defensemen and moved him with one GWG from tying Scott Niedermayer (13) for the all-time franchise lead among defenseman in GWG.
11-7-18- The Anaheim Ducks have won 27 of the last 28 home games (27-1-0) against Calgary and improved to 34-11-2 overall dating to Nov. 24, 2007. In addition, the Ducks went to 12-3-0 in their last 15 games vs. the Flames dating to Nov. 24, 2015
11-7-18- Ryan Miller moved to tie with Andy Moog (372) for 17th on the all-time wins list of NHL goaltenders. He moved within two wins tying John Vanbiesbrouck for the most among U.S. born goalies.
11-7-18- Ryan Getzlaf scored his 49th career GWG to lead the Anaheim Ducks to a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames. Getzlaf ranks third among all-time franchise leaders in GWG, behind only Teemu Selanne (77) and Corey Perry (63).
11-12-18- John Gibson stopped 34-of-35 shots and 3-of-4 shootout attempts enroute route to his 99th career NHL win.
11-12-18- The Anaheim Ducks recorded their 10th game allowing two goals or less this season. Anaheim ranks tied for second among NHL teams in games allowing two or fewer goals (also Vancouver and Nashville; Boston leads with 11 games).
11-18-18- The Anaheim Ducks reached overtime for the second consecutive game and eighth time this season, tied for the most in the NHL.
11-18-18- The Anaheim Ducks dressed four rookie defenseman – Jacob Larsson, Marcus Pettersson, Josh Mahura, and Andy Welinski – it’s the first time Anaheim had four rookie d-men in a game since May 3, 1995 (Darren Van Impe, Jason York, Milos Holan and Oleg Tverdovsky.)
11-21-18- John Gibson collected his 100th career NHL win in Anaheim’s 4-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks to become the fourth Ducks goaltender to reach the milestone, joining Jean-Sebastien Giguere (206), Guy Hebert (173) and Jonas Hiller (162).
11-21-18- The Anaheim Ducks earned it’s third consecutive home win vs. Vancouver dating to Nov. 9, 2017. The three-game home win streak vs. the Canucks matched a franchise record previously established Nov. 10, 2013- Jan. 15, 2014.
11-23-18- Rickard Rakell scored his fifth career OT goal to lead the Ducks to a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over the Edmonton Oilers at Honda Center. Rakell’s game-winner 14 seconds into the extra frame marked his 100th career NHL goal and 22nd career GWG. Rakell became the eighth Duck to score 100 goals with the franchise, joining Andrew Cogliano (100), Bobby Ryan (147), Steve Rucchin (153), Ryan Getzlaf (253), Paul Kariya (300), Corey Perry (366) and Teemu Selanne (457).
11-23-18- Anaheim Ducks also reached the overtime session for the third time in four games and a league-leading ninth time overall this season.
11-23-18- Nick Ritchie scored the game-tying goal with 26 seconds left in the third period. It was the 14th time in franchise history the Ducks have tied the game in the last 30 seconds. This was the second time this month Anaheim scored the game-tying goal in the last 30 seconds. Rickard Rakell scored the game-tying goal with 26 seconds left in the third period on Nov. 1 vs. the New York Rangers. With the goal, Ritchie extended his point streak to a career-high four games (1-3=4).
11-23-18- John Gibson recorded his 12th start allowing two-goals-or-less this season, stopping 27-of-28 shots.
11-23-18- Anaheim Ducks has now earned points in 26 of its last 28 games vs. Edmonton, going 20-2-6 (46 pts.) dating to Apr. 5, 2012. At Honda Center, the Ducks have points in 13 of their last 14 games vs. the Oilers dating to Apr. 8, 2013 (11-1-2, 24 pts.).
11-27-18- Ryan Miller with his 373rd win passes Andy Moog for sole possession of 17th on the all-time wins list for NHL goalies. He is just one win away from tying John Vanbiesbrouck (374) for all-time lead among U.S. born netminders.
11-28-18- Josh Manson recorded second fastest goal to start a game in franchise history. Manson scored 15 seconds into a game. Paul Kariya owns the clubs record, scoring 8 seconds into a game in Colorado on March 9, 1997
11-30-18- John Gibson’s 33-save performance came in his 200th NHL game, and improved his record this season to 10-8-4. It also gave the Ducks five consecutive victories overall against the Hurricanes and five in a row at PNC Arena dating to Feb. 12, 2015. Additionally, the Ducks have now gone 9-2-1 vs. Carolina since Feb. 23, 2003.
12-2-18- The Anaheim Ducks scored five unanswered goals in the second and third periods, including the go-ahead tally late in regulation to pull off a feat never done before in their franchise’s history. Today’s comeback in Washington marked the first time in club history the Ducks have rallied from four goals down to win on the road (and first such comeback win in regulation). Only once before have the Ducks ever come back to win after trailing by four goals, and it came at home in overtime when they rallied from 4-0 down to beat the Winnipeg Jets, 5-4, on March 31, 2014.
12-2-18- The Anaheim Ducks became the first road team to accomplish the feat in regulation since Colorado on March 9, 1999 at Florida. Additionally, the four-goal comeback win also marked the first time in which a team (home or road) overcame such a deficit against a defending Stanley Cup Champion.
12-2-18 With the win against the Capitals Ryan Miller is now tied John Vanbiesbrouck (374) for the all-time lead among U.S.-born goaltenders in victories.
12-5-18- The Anaheim Ducks opened their four-game homestand with a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks. Anaheim has won a season-high five straight games (5-0-0, 10 pts.) and seven of their last eight (7-1-0, 14 pts.). The Ducks also have points in nine of their last 10 games (7-1-2, 16 pts.) and in 10 of their last 12 (8-2-2, 18 pts.). Anaheim’s five-game win streak is tied for the longest active streak in the NHL.
12-9-18- Anaheim Ducks rallied three times from one-goal deficits to collect its sixth win in the last seven games (6-1-0, 12 pts.) with a 6-5 shootout victory over New Jersey at Honda Center. The Ducks earned their eighth win in the last 10 games (8-2-0, 16 pts.) and their fourth victory in the last five home games. Anaheim also picked up points at home for the seventh time in the last eight contests (5-1-2, 12 pts.). In addition, the Ducks reached overtime for the 11th time this season, tied for the most in the NHL.
12-9-18- Daniel Sprong was successful in his first career NHL shootout attempt.
12-9-18- Pontus Aberg scored his team-leading 10th goal of the season at 8:35 of the third period to tie the score at 4-4. The goal gave Aberg points in four of his last five games (4-2=6).
12-9-18- Ryan Getzlaf (0-2=2) posted multi-point efforts. Getzlaf recorded his 898th and 899th career points and moved into the team lead for assists (16).
12-9-18- Jakob Silfverberg scored his eighth goal of the season at the 2:12 mark of the first period. The goal extended Silfverberg’s goal streak to three consecutive games matching a career high that was established Dec. 22-29, 2016 (3-0=3).
12-9-18- Anaheim Ducks extended its franchise-best home win streak vs. New Jersey to five games dating to Jan. 16, 2015. Anaheim also earned points for the ninth time in its last 10 home games vs. New Jersey dating to Nov. 26, 2003 (7-1-2, 16 pts.).
12-12-18- Ryan Getzlaf collected his 900th and 901st career NHL points (0-2=2) to lead the Ducks to a come-from-behind 5-3 victory over the Dallas Stars. Getzlaf joined Teemu Selanne as the only two players in franchise history to record 900 points. The Anaheim captain also became the 112th player in NHL history and the eighth active skater to reach the 900-point milestone.
12-12-18- Ondrej Kase scored his first career hat trick (3-0=3) and earned a career-high +4 rating in the win. Kase’s hat trick was the second hat trick scored by a Ducks player this season, and the 53rd in franchise history. The first hat trick of the season came from Cam Fowler on Nov. 4 vs. the Columbus Blue Jackets at Honda Center.
12-12-18- With his 46th career goal, Hampus Lindholm surpassed Oleg Tverdovsky (45) for sole possession of fourth on the all-time franchise goals list for defenseman. Lindholm also earned a career-tying +4 rating.
12-12-18- Brandon Montour established career highs in assists (3), plus/minus (+5) and points (1-3=4). His +5 rating tied the club record, set last by Bryan Allen and Sami Vatanen on Oct. 10, 2013 vs. NYR.
12-12-18- Anaheim Ducks improved its franchise-best home win streak vs. Dallas to six straight games dating to Jan. 15, 2016, outscoring its Central Division opponent, 22-9.
12-15-18- Anaheim Ducks has won five straight on the road for its longest road winning streak since going 6-0-0 from Feb. 13 to March 5, 2016.
12-29-18- Daniel Sprong scored his first NHL Power Play Goal in the first period
12-31-18- The Anaheim Ducks reached overtime for the 14th time this season, co-leading the NHL with Buffalo and Detroit.
12-31-18-The Anaheim Ducks went 26-6-9 for 61 points in 41 home regular-season games during the 2018 calendar year, ranking tied for fourth among NHL teams in points. Anaheim also led the NHL in fewest regulation home losses in 2018 (6).
12-31-18- Nick Ritchie scored his fifth goal of the season at the 17:08 mark of the first period. Ritchie extended his point streak to three games (1-4=5), one shy of his career high from Nov. 16-23 (1-3=4).
1-4-19- With his 114th career assist, Hampus Lindholm tied Chris Pronger for fifth on the all-time franchise assists list for defensemen.
1-6-18- Ducks Executive Vice President/General Manager Bob Murray is set to become the fifth person in NHL history to both play and manage (GM) 1,000 career regular season NHL games. On Sunday, January 6 vs. Edmonton, Murray will join Bobby Clarke, Bob Gainey, Bob Pulford and Doug Wilson in the 1,000/1,000 club.
1-9-19- Anaheim Ducks reached overtime for the 15th time this season, co-leading the NHL with Detroit. The Ducks have also played in OT 13 times at Honda Center, tops among any NHL teams at home.
1-9-19- Jake Dotchin appeared in his 100th career NHL game.
2-7-19- Currently at 965 career NHL games, Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf is one appearance shy of tying Teemu Selanne (966) for the all-time franchise lead in games played. Since he began his career during the 2005-06 season, Getzlaf has collected 909 career points (258g/651a) with a +148 rating. Of his 965 career games, Getzlaf has served as captain for 602 of those, the most in franchise history.
2-7-19- Cam Fowler is one game shy of surpassing Francois Beauchemin (592) for sole possession of second on the all-time franchise games played list for defensemen. Fowler (260 points, 56g/204a) is also one assist from surpassing Scott Niedermayer for the all-time franchise assist list for defensemen.
2-9-19- Ryan Getzlaf passed Teemu Selanne (966) for the all-time franchise lead in games played. Now 33 years of age, Getzlaf has served as captain for 604 of those games, the most in franchise history.
2-9-19- Cam Fowler tied Ruslan Salei (594) for the all-time franchise lead in games played list among defensemen.
2-13-19 The Anaheim Ducks opened a three-game homestand with a 1-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks at Honda Center. The Ducks posted their second 1-0 victory of the season (also Oct. 6, 2018 at Arizona) and the 35th in franchise history. It was also Anaheim’s first 1-0 win against Vancouver.
2-13-19- Kevin Boyle‘s 35-save shutout marked the sixth-most saves in NHL history in a goaltender’s first NHL start (since shots were recorded in 1955). Only one other goaltender after the 2000-2001 season has recorded as many saves in his first NHL start (Troy Grosenick with SJ vs. CAR, 11/16/14, 45 saves). Boyle (26 years, 8 months, 14 days), is the first goaltender age 26-or-older to record a shutout in his first NHL start since 1986 (Sam St. Laurent with NJ vs. STL, 27 years old on 3/27/86). John Gibson is the only other Ducks player to record a shutout in his first NHL start (4/7/14 vs. VAN, 18 saves).
2-13-19- With his 595th career NHL appearance, Cam Fowler surpassed Ruslan Salei (594) to become the all-time franchise leader in games played among defensemen.
2-13-19- Executive Vice President/General Manager & Interim Head Coach Bob Murray earned his first career NHL victory as a head coach in his debut behind the bench.
2-13-19- Anaheim Ducks earned points against Vancouver for the 12th time in its last 14 contests (22 pts., 10-2-2). In addition, the Ducks won their club-record fourth consecutive home game vs. the Canucks dating to Nov. 9, 2017.
2-17-19– Ryan Miller tonight earned his 375th career NHL win to surpass John Vanbiesbrouck (374) and become the all-time leader among U.S.-born goaltenders in wins. Miller, who also ranks 16th on the all-time wins list for NHL goaltenders, owns a 375-270-80 record with 43 shutouts, a 2.61 GAA and .916 SV% in 748 career NHL games. Vanbiesbrouck had been the all-time leader since Jan. 6, 2000, when he passed Tom Barrasso with his 349th career win with the Flyers over the New York Islanders. Both goalies remained active yet Vanbiesbrouck did not relinquish the lead until Miller tied him on Dec. 2, 2018.
2-17-19- With his 205th career NHL assist, Cam Fowler surpassed Scott Niedermayer (204) for the all-time franchise lead in assists among defensemen.
2-17-19- Corey Perry scored his first goal of the season (PPG) and earned an assist, which gave him his first multi-point game of the season (1-1=2).
2-17-19- The Anaheim Ducks won both games of their season series with the Capitals for the first time since 1999-00 and the third time in franchise history. Anaheim has won three straight against Washington for the first time since Dec. 11, 1998-Oct. 29, 1999 (also 3-0-0). The Ducks have scored five goals-or-more in five games this season, including a 6-5 victory in Washington on Dec. 2.
2-17-19 The Anaheim Ducks this evening retired Niedermayer’s No. 27 jersey in a pregame ceremony at Honda Center. Niedermayer became the third former Duck to have his number retired, joining Teemu Selanne (No. 8) and Paul Kariya (No. 9). Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2013, Niedermayer was the first player in hockey history to win a Stanley Cup, Olympic gold medal, World Championship, World Cup, Memorial Cup and World Junior title. He is also the only player in hockey history to have won a combination of four Stanley Cups and two Olympic gold medals. A 2003-04 James Norris Memorial Trophy winner as the NHL’s top defenseman, Niedermayer was named an NHL All-Star six times during his NHL career (1998, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2009). Niedermayer led the Ducks to their first Stanley Cup and won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 2007. He played five seasons with the Ducks, scoring 60-204=264 points over 371 contests. The Cranbrook, British Columbia native remains the Ducks’ all-time leader in goals, points and power-play goals (39) among club defensemen.
2-19-19- Corey Perry, who tonight will tie Teemu Selanne (966) for second on the all-time franchise games played list
2-22-19- Appearing in his 967th career game, Corey Perry passed Teemu Selanne for sole possession of second on the all-time franchise games played list.
3-5-19- Ryan Kesler became one of 25 active skaters and the 333rd player in NHL history to reach 1,000 career NHL games. A proud veteran of 15 NHL seasons, Kesler also became the 49th American player to appear in 1,000 games and the third such player to hit the milestone in an Anaheim sweater.
3-6-19- With his 264th career NHL point (assist), Cam Fowler tied Scott Niedermayer (264) for the all-time franchise lead among defensemen in points. Fowler also appeared in his 606th career NHL game to match Paul Kariya (606) for fifth on the all-time franchise games played list.
3-6-19- Jaycob Megna scored his first career NHL goal and added an assist for his first career multi-point game (1-1=2).
3-8-19- The Anaheim Ducks defeated the Montreal Canadiens by a score of 8-2 at Honda Center. Anaheim has scored eight goals or more five times in franchise history (club record is nine; all five 8-goal games have been at home). The Ducks have won two of the last three home games (2-1-0) and improved to 3-1-0 overall in their last four games. In addition, Anaheim has scored 17 goals and five power-play goals in its last four contests.
3-8-19- Cam Fowler (265) surpassed Scott Niedermayer (264) to become the all-time franchise leader in points among defensemen. Along with his 265th career point, Fowler passed Paul Karya (606) for sole possession of fifth place on the all-time franchise games played list. The Anaheim defenseman has collected 57-208=264 points in 607 career NHL games and is the all-time franchise leader among defensemen in points, assists and games played.
3-8-19- Troy Terry (1-2=3, +4) became the first Anaheim rookie to record back-to-back three-point games (1-5=6) and the first NHL rookie to do so since Mathew Barzal of the New York Islanders from Jan. 13-15, 2018 (3-5=8). Terry is also just the third Ducks rookie and first rookie forward to record a +4 rating or better, joining Sami Vatanen (+5), Ruslan Salei (+4) and Hampus Lindholm (+4). With his 1-2=3 points tonight, Terry extended his point streak to a career-high three games (2-5=7).
3-8-19- Max Jones scored his first career NHL goal at the 19:49 mark of the third period.
3-8-19 John Gibson stopped 35-of-37 shots for his 19th win. Gibson has won two of his last three starts (2-1-0).
3-8-19- Anaheim Ducks won its fifth straight home game vs. Montreal dating to March 4, 2015, marking a franchise best. The Ducks also have earned points in 11 of their last 12 home games (9-1-2, 20 pts) vs. the Canadiens dating to March 7, 2001.
3-10-19- Jakob Silfverberg scored his team-leading 19th goal at 12:16 of the third period. The Anaheim winger has posted points in a career-high five games (3-4=7) and 6-4=10 points in his last 12 contests. With his 102nd career goal as a Duck, Silfverberg tied Andrew Cogliano (102) for eighth on the all-time franchise goals list.
3-12-19- Jakob Silfverberg scored his 103rd goal as a Duck to surpass Andrew Cogliano (102) for sole possession of eighth on the all-time franchise goals list. Silfverberg’s team-leading 20th goal of the season extended his point streak to a career-high six games (4-4=8) and gave him 7-4=11 points in his last 13 contests. The Anaheim winger has reached the 20-goal plateau in three of the last four seasons.
3-12-19- Daniel Sprong scored his 12th goal at the 13:59 mark of the second period. With the tally, Sprong extended his goal streak to a career-high three consecutive games (3-0=3).
3-12-19- Ryan Getzlaf collected his 12th goal at 3:39 of the first period. The Anaheim winger has earned points in two straight games (1-1=2) and 3-4=7 points in his last five games vs. Nashville.
3-12-19- John Gibson stopped 32-of-34 shots for his 20th win of 2018-19. Gibson allowed two goals-or-less for the 26th time this season and improved to 3-1-0 in his last four starts.
3-12-19- The Anaheim Ducks are 9-2-0 in its last 11 home games vs. Nashville dating to Jan. 26, 2013, outscoring its Central Division opponent by a 36-27 margin.
3-17-19- The Anaheim Ducks played their 10th St. Patrick’s Day game in franchise history, including their ninth at Honda Center. Anaheim has posted an all-time St. Patrick’s Day record of 5-1-1 along with three ties dating to Mar. 17, 1995 vs. Toronto. The Ducks have also outscored their opponents, 27-18, in games held on Mar. 17. Tonight was only Anaheim’s third St. Patrick’s Day game in the last 13 seasons (2006-07 through 2018-19). Tonight’s game was the first St. Patrick’s Day meeting between the Ducks and Panthers.
3-17-19- Jakob Silfverberg scored his team-leading 22nd goal and third GWG of the season at the 15:17 mark of the third period. Silfverberg has goals in four of his last five games (4-0=4) along with points in eight of his last nine (6-4=10).
3-17-19- Rickard Rakell collected his 22nd assist on Silfverberg goal, which gave him points in seven of his last nine games (2-5=7).
3-17-19- John Gibson earned his fourth straight victory and 22nd win of 2018-19. The Anaheim goalkeeper stopped 37-of-39 shots in his 27th start in which he has allowed two goals-or-less this season.
3-17-19- Adam Henrique scored his 17th goal at 12:04 of the second period. Henrique has posted 5-1=6 points in his last eight games and ranks second on the team in scoring this season (17-21=38).
3-17-19- Devin Shore scored his ninth goal (PPG) at the 1:29 mark of the first period. The Anaheim center has earned 2-2=4 points in his last six games.
3-17-19- Nick Ritchie registered his 22nd assist, which gave him 1-4=5 points in his last seven games on the Shore tally.
3-17-19- Ryan Getzlaf collected his 10th multi-assist game (0-2=2), which gave the Anaheim captain multi-assist games in two straight contests (1-4=5) and points in four of his last five games (2-5=7).
3-17-19- Derek Grant appeared in his 200th career NHL game.
3-17-19- The Anaheim Ducks tied a franchise record with its third straight win vs. Florida dating to Nov. 11, 2017.
3-22-19- Anaheim Ducks concluded its penultimate homestand of the 2018-19 regular season with a 4-3 overtime victory over the San Jose Sharks at Honda Center. The Ducks improved to 7-4-0 in their last 11 games and have won four of their last six home games (4-2-0). Anaheim scored two PPG for the sixth time this season and second time against San Jose.
3-22-19- The Anaheim Ducks reached overtime for the first time in 30 games with the last such contest taking place on Jan. 13 at Winnipeg. Anaheim also earned its first overtime victory since a 2-1 win on Dec. 15 at Columbus.
3-22-19- Jakob Silfverberg registered a season-tying three points (1-2=3), which included his second career overtime goal (last: Mar. 20, 2016 at Winnipeg). Silfverberg has gained points in nine of his last 11 games (7-6=13).
3-22-19- Rickard Rakell collected his first multi-goal game of the season (2-1=3). Rakell’s second goal of the game was his fourth PPG and 13th goal of 2018-19. The Anaheim winger’s three points surpassed Andrew Cogliano (233) for sole possession of 10th on the all-time franchise points list.
3-22-19- John Gibson earned his 23rd win of 2018-19 and his fifth win in his last six starts. The Anaheim goalkeeper stopped 23-of-26 shots in the overtime victory.
3-22-19- Troy Terry earned his third career multi-assist game (0-2=2) in the contest.
3-22-19- Cam Fowler posted his second multi-assist game of 2018-19 (0-2=2). The Anaheim defenseman has 0-4=4 assists in his last four games.
3-22-19- Adam Henrique set a career high with his eighth PPG of the season at 2:41 of the third period. His 18th goal of 2018-19 gave him points in three of his last four games (2-1=3).
3-26-19- Sam Steel had the game of his life, becoming just the second rookie in franchise history to score a hat trick to propel the Ducks to a 5-4 victory over the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena on Tuesday. At 21 years, 51 days, he was also the youngest to achieve the feat, besting Bobby Ryan’s 21 years, 297 days. (Ryan became the first Ducks rookie to record a hat trick on Jan. 8, 2009 at LA.)
3-26-19- Sam Steel also became the youngest player in Ducks franchise history to score on a penalty shot. Ondrej Kase was previously the youngest player at 21 years and 350 days when he scored on a penalty shot vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, 2017.
3-26-19- Sam Steel is the third rookie in NHL history to score on a penalty shot in a hat-trick game, joining Teemu Selanne (March 9, 1993) and Eric Lindros (Dec. 26, 1992).
3-30-19- Rickard Rakell became just the second player in franchise history to record a natural hat trick in a period on the road, joining Andrew Cogliano, who did it on Jan. 31, 2012 at Phoenix.
3-30-19- Rickard Rakell marked the eighth natural hat trick in club history – the first since Corey Perry on Jan. 14, 2015 vs. Toronto – and the sixth time in club history a player scored three goals in a single period. The last Ducks player to do so (which ties the club record) was Ryan Getzlaf on Nov. 8, 2013 vs. Buffalo (first period).
3-30-19- Local Native: With his Anaheim debut tonight, Chase De Leo became the fourth Southern California native to play for the Ducks. A native of La Mirada, De Leo joined Brian Salcido (Hermosa Beach, Ducks debut in 2008-09), Emerson Etem (Long Beach, Ducks debut in 2012-13) and Nic Kerdiles (Irvine, Ducks debut in 2016-17) on the exclusive list.
4-3-19- The Anaheim Ducks concluded their penultimate game of the 2018-19 regular season with a 3-1 victory over the Calgary Flames at Honda Center. The Ducks improved to 4-1-1 in their last six games and have won five of their last seven home games (5-2-0). Anaheim is also 10-5-1 for 21 points in its last 16 games, which ranks tied for first among NHL teams in points during that stretch. The Ducks have scored 52 goals (tied for fifth in the NHL) since then and gone 11-for-42 on the power play (26.2%, third in the NHL).
4-3-19- Sam Steel scored his fifth goal of the season and his fourth in as many games at the 5:01 mark of the first period. The Anaheim center has points in five of his last six NHL games (4-3=7).
4-3-19- Max Jones scored his second career NHL goal and first career game-winning goal at 6:58 of the first period.
4-3-19- Carter Rowney earned his second multi-assist game of the season (0-2=2). Rowney has set career highs in scoring (6-13=19), assists, goals and games played (61) this season.
4-3-19- Ryan Miller stopped 25-of-26 shots for his eighth win. The all-time winningest U.S.-born goaltender earned his 378th career victory in the contest.
4-3-19- Anaheim Ducks has won 28 of the last 29 home games (28-1-0) against Calgary and improved to 35-13-2 overall dating to Nov. 29, 2007. In addition, the Ducks went to 13-5-0 in their last 18 games vs. the Flames dating to Nov. 24, 2015.
4-5-19- Korbinian Holzer scored his first goal of the season and his first goal since Apr. 2, 2017 at 10:38 of the second period.
4-5-19- Jakob Silfverberg set a career high with his 24th goal of the season and added an assist for his seventh multi-point game (1-1=2). Silfverberg collected points in three straight games (1-3=4) and had 19 points (8-11=19) in his last 17 games.
4-5-19- Max Jones set career highs in points (0-2=2) and assists for his first career multi-point game. The multi-assist effort provided Jones with his first career point streak (two games; 1-2=3).
4-5-19- Sam Steel scored his first career short-handed goal at 8:34 of the third period. Steel scored five goals in his last five games and extended his point streak to a career-high three games (2-1=3).
4-5-19- Cam Fowler earned his third multi-assist game of the season (0-2=2), giving the Anaheim blueliner seven points (1-6=7) in his last 10 games.
4-5-19- John Gibson earned his 26th win of 2018-19 and his 29th start in which he allowed two goals-or-less, stopping 44-of-46 shots. Gibson posted an 8-1-0 record with a 2.45 GAA and a .929 SV% in his final nine starts of the season.
4-5-19- Anaheim Ducks earned points for the eighth time in the last 10 games vs. Los Angeles (5-2-3, 13 pts.) and improved to 18-6-5 in the last 29 regular-season games vs. their Pacific Division opponent.
2017-18 SEASON FRANCHISE & PLAYER RECORDS:
Ondrej Kase is the youngest Anaheim Duck (21 years and 350 days old) to score a penalty shot goal. On 10/24/17 in the game against the Flyers where Kase just scores on Brian Elliott, giving him no chance to save that one.
Jakob Silverberg’s goals scoring 2 goals just 35 seconds apart in the game vs Canucks on 11-9-17. The two goals in 35 seconds were the second fastest by a single player in Ducks history. The club record for the fastest two goals by one player is 13 seconds by J.F. Jomphe in the second period of a 5-4 win on Dec. 13, 1996 vs Washington.
Adam Henrique’s third-period goal on 12-8-17 extended his point streak to five games (3-3=6), marking the second-longest scoring streak to start a Ducks career in franchise history. Only Teemu Selanne had a longer point streak to start a Ducks career at 15 games in 1995-96.
Andy Welinski’s NHL debut that night meant all seven players selected by Anaheim in the 2011 NHL Draft have played at least one NHL game – and all of them debuted for the Ducks. It’s only the fourth time in NHL history – since the first NHL Draft was held in 1963 – that a team has selected at least seven players in a single draft and seen each appear in the NHL. The seven Ducks selected in at that 2011 draft were Rickard Rakell, John Gibson, William Karlsson, Joseph Cramarossa, Welinski, Max Friberg and Josh Manson, all of whom played at least a few games with the Ducks and three of which have become accomplished veterans in Anaheim.
On 12-21-17, Hampus Lindholm recorded his first career hat trick and became just the second defenseman in franchise history to earn a hat trick (and the first to do so on the road) to lift the Ducks to a 5-4 OT victory over the New York Islanders at Barclays Center on Thursday. Lubomir Visnovsky was the first to record three goals in a game by an Anaheim defenseman on March 4, 2011 vs. Dallas, and both players happened to complete their hat tricks on overtime winners.
On 12-23-17, John Gibson’s shutout win marks Anaheim’s second shutout vs. Pittsburgh and first in over 15 years (Dec. 15, 2002 in Anaheim, 5-0 W, J.S. Giguere in goal), and represented the first shutout for either team in the season series in Pittsburgh.
On 12-29-17, Cam Fowler became the third defenseman in franchise history to record 50 goals in an Anaheim uniform, behind only Scott Niedermayer (60) and teammate Francois Beauchemin (55)
On 2-6-18, With an assist on Rickard Rakell’s goal Ryan Getzlaf 300 career power-play points (77 goals/ 223 assists), becoming the second Duck to reach that milestone (Selane is the first with 410 points.)
On 3-18-18, Brandon Montour scored on the power play 7:55 in the third period. Montour’s goal was his third in the past three games (3-0=3). Montour scored his fifth game-winning goal this season, which ranks tied for first among NHL defensemen. With the goal, Montour also tied the single-season franchise record for game-winning goals by a defenseman, set by and Oleg Tverdovsky (1999-00) and Niclas Havelid (2002-03).
On 4/1/18, Francois Beauchemin appeared in his 900th NHL game and became the 13th active defenseman to log 900 or more NHL games. Beauchemin logged his 589th career game with the Anaheim Ducks, which is second-most among Duck defensemen (Ruslan Salei, 594). In his three stints with the club, Beauchemin earned 56-138=194 points.
On 4/4/18, With a 3-1 win over the Minnesota Wild at Honda Center, the Ducks clinched their sixth consecutive trip to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, equaling the second-longest streak in the NHL. Only Pittsburgh has a longer streak with 12 (Minnesota also has six consecutive).