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Anaheim Ducks Acrylic Hockey Display Cases
We have the best selection of Anaheim Ducks acrylic display cases designed specifically to protect and display your valued souvenirs. Everything from business card holders to puck cases, helmet cases and jersey frames are available direct from us. The designs are unique and include wall mountable, cabinet design and frameless styles that show off your business cards, pucks, helmets or jerseys in style.
History Of The Anaheim Ducks
The Anaheim Ducks joined the NHL in 1993 as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. They were named for the Walt Disney movie “The Mighty Ducks” and have made it to the Stanley Cup finals twice which is quite impressive for an expansion team.
The Ducks, as they are commonly called, went all the way to Game 7 of the 2003 Stanley Cup Finals where they were defeated by the Detroit Red Wings but they won the coveted championship in 2007. The Ducks also won Conference Championships in 2002-03 and 2006-07 as well as Division Championships in 2006-07, 2012-13 and 2013-14.
The team calls the Arrowhead Pond near Disneyland in California their home which is usually just referred to as “The Pond.”
A number of the greatest NHL players have worn the purple, jade, silver and white Ducks jersey including Paul Kariya, Scott Niedermayer and Steve Rucchin. Current star players who will likely end up in the NHL Hockey Hall of Fame include Teemu Selanne, Saku Koivu, Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry.
Kariya ranks as the Ducks greatest player to date having won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy in the 1995-96 season. He led the team with 50 goals that season and was named to the NHL All-Star First Team.
The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim may never have come into existence if it wasn’t for the success of two other professional hockey teams based in California. The Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks paved the way for the Walt Disney Corporation to seek a franchise in 1992.
The Ducks were one of two expansion teams to join the NHL the following season. The other team was the Florida Panthers and the Ducks finished their inaugural season in fourth place in the Pacific Division and earned a playoff berth under Head Coach Ron Wilson.
In 2006 the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim became the Anaheim Ducks and team colors changed to black, metallic gold, orange and white.
The Mighty Ducks finished the 2013-14 NHL season with their franchise best record 116 points.