Left Winger Paul Kariya has a total of 606 games played with the Ducks which is second most behind only Steve Rucchin and Teemu Selanne. Kariya has accumulated for a total of 300 goals, 369 assists (669 points) in his 9 seasons with the Ducks.
Ryan Getzlaf is one of the new kids on the block in the Ducks organization and has already established himself as the franchises best centerman of all time (IMO) with only 266 games under his belt. Getzlaf has accumulated 80 goals, 157 assists (237 points) and a Stanley Cup in his early career with the Ducks.
Teemu Selanne is the Ducks greatest winger of all time. Selanne has 616 games played with the Ducks and counting. In his time with the Ducks he has scored 339 goals, 377 assists (716 points) and won a Stanley Cup with the Ducks in 2007.
In at left wing Petr Sykora had a brief stint with the Ducks playing in 197 games through 3 seasons. In that time he notched 64 goals, 67 assists (131 points) before moving on.
Center Steve Rucchin is tied with Teemu Selanne right now as the Ducks franchise leader in games played with 616 in the decade he spent with the club. In that time he scored 153 goals, 279 assists (432 points).
Corey Perry at the wing is another one of the real talented young guns on the Ducks right now. So far he has played in 255 games (and counting) accumulating 75 goals, 92 assists (167 points) and was part of the 2007 Stanley Cup team.
In at left wing, Chris Kunitz who is still part of the Anaheim Ducks has totaled 302 games played thus far. In his time with the Ducks he has tallied 78 goals, 108 assists (186 points) and was also part of the 2007 Ducks Stanley Cup team.
The speedy centerman Andy Mcdonald was a big part of the Ducks up to the Cup run. In his 391 games played through 7 seasons with the Ducks before being traded, he had a total of 92 goals, 167 assists (259 points) and of course a Stanley Cup.
Matt Cullen who is traditionally a center is slotted in at the right wing. In his 6 seasons playing with the Ducks he had a total of 427 games played with 65 goals, 135 assists (200 points).
Marty McInnis played 272 games for the Ducks through 4 seasons. He tallied a total of 57 goals, 88 assists (145 points)
Samuel Pahlsson who is still a member of the Ducks has already played 526 games with the team. In his career with the Ducks so far he has totaled 51 goals, 90 assists (141 points) and was part of the 2007 Ducks Stanley Cup team.
Rob Niedermayer who is brother of Scott Niedermayer is still playing with the Ducks. In his 352 games with the team so far he has 53 goals, 66 assists (119 points) and was part of the 2007 Ducks Stanley Cup team.
Chris Pronger was the defender that put Anaheim over the top to win their first Cup. In his 189 games with the Ducks, he has a total of 33 goals, 100 assists (133 points) and was of course part of the 2007 Ducks Stanley Cup team.
Scott Niedermayer is arguably the greatest Ducks defenseman of all time. In his 260 games with the Ducks, he has tallied 41 goals, 149 assists (190 points) and was part of the 2007 Ducks Stanley Cup team as well.
Oleg Tverdovsky has played 324 games with the Ducks. In his time with the team he has tallied 45 goals, 125 assists (170 points).
Fredrik Olausson spent eight years with the Ducks but only played in 244 games. In his time with the team he has tallied 37 goals, 90 assists (127 points).
Keith Carney is a defensive d-man who played 271 games with the Ducks. In his 4 seasons with the team he tallied 13 goals, 48 assists (61 points).
Niclas Havelid played 310 games with the Ducks through 5 seasons. In his time with the team he tallied 24 goals, 61 assists (85 points).
J.S Giguere is the Ducks greatest goaltender of all time who is still with the team today. He has played in 412 games through 7.5 seasons so far and has accumulated 195 wins for the club in total and helped lead the team to their only Stanley Cup in 2007.
Guy Hebert is the Ducks second greatest netminder of all time in my opinion. In his 441 games through 8 seasons played with the Ducks he has accumulated a total of 173 wins
Head Coach – Randy Carlyle
Randy Carlyle is in his 4th season as head coach of the Anaheim Ducks. Not including this season he has 139 wins and has lead the Ducks to their only Stanley Cup in 2007.
~Total Player Statistics With Team~
Total forwards games played: 4826
Total forwards goals: 1407
Total forwards assists: 1995
Total forwards points: 3402
Total forwards points to games played average: 0.70
Total defenseman games played: 1598
Total defenseman goals: 193
Total defenseman assists: 573
Total defenseman points: 766
Total defenseman points to games played average: 0.47
Total goalie games played: 853
Total goalie wins: 368
Total goalie wins to games played average: 0.43
Total player & coach Stanley Cups: 11 Total Hall of Famers: 0
Rules: All players must’ve played at least 2 seasons with the club, or a total of at least 164 regular season games played (excluding goalies at 100 appearances) and modern day rules apply to all eras. Players also qualify for a club if they’ve won a Stanley Cup with the team.