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2012–13 Anaheim Ducks · NHL
Pacific Division Champions
Division 1st Pacific
Conference 2nd Western
2012–13 record 30–12–6
Home record 16–7–1
Road record 14–5–5
Goals for 140
Goals against 118
General Manager Bob Murray
Coach Bruce Boudreau
Captain Ryan Getzlaf
Alternate captains Saku Koivu
Teemu Selanne
Arena Honda Center
Average attendance 15,888 (92.5%)
Total: 381,308
Team leaders
Goals Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry (15)
Assists Ryan Getzlaf (34)
Points Ryan Getzlaf (49)
Penalties in minutes Corey Perry (72)
Wins Viktor Fasth and Jonas Hiller (15)
Goals against average Viktor Fasth (2.18)

The 2012–13 Anaheim Ducks season was the 20th season for the National Hockey League (NHL) franchise. The season was partially cancelled due to the 2012–13 NHL lockout, which ended on January 6, 2013. The 2012–13 campaign for the Ducks commenced as a shortened, 48-game season, beginning January 19[1] away against the Vancouver Canucks. The shortened season featured only intra-conference games.[1] The Ducks compensated for a disappointing season in 2011–12 in which they struggled in the first half of the season and dug a hole that was too deep to climb out of despite a second-half resurgence. The previous season marked the second time in their last three seasons that the Ducks missed the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Despite amassing a 30–12–6 regular season record, finishing second place in the Western Conference, and winning the Pacific Division for the second time in franchise history, the Ducks disappointed in the playoffs, falling to the Detroit Red Wings 4–3. The Ducks held a 3–2 series lead in the after Game 5, but lost Game 6 in overtime to Detroit before falling apart offensively in the decisive Game 7.[2]

OffseasonEdit

Regular seasonEdit

See the game log below for detailed game-by-game regular season information.

Prior to the lockout, the original 2012–13 Anaheim Ducks regular season schedule was released in June 2012. Their home and season opener was scheduled to take place on Friday, October 12 against San Jose, and the Ducks were to have enjoyed a four-game homestand to start the season.

On Thursday, October 4, the NHL cancelled all games scheduled through Wednesday, October 24, causing the Ducks to lose their first six games of the season.[3] On October 19, 2012, games through November 1 were cancelled, causing the Ducks to lose three more games. Only one week later, on October 26, all November games were cancelled, and a tentative start date of December 1 was set. On November 23, 2012, all games through December 14 were axed, impacting six games on the Ducks' schedule. On December 11, 2012, all games through December 30 were eliminated. Nine days later, on December 20, 2012, further lack of negotiations during the lockout led to the cancellation of all games through January 14.

On January 6, 2013, the lockout ended after a 16-hour negotiation session in an effort to save the season. A condensed season, of a length of 48 intra-conference games, will now be played.

Under the new, lockout-shortened 48-game schedule, the Ducks opened the season by sweeping a two-game Canadian road trip, with a decisive 7–3 victory against the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday, January 19, at 7 p.m. PST, followed by a 5–4 decision against the Calgary Flames on Monday, January 21. Their home opener will now take place at Honda Center on Friday, January 25, also against the Canucks. The distinction of the Ducks' longest homestand will be split between two five-game stretches from March 18 – 25 and from April 3 to 10. Anaheim's lengthiest road trip was a six-game haul from February 6 – 16. Also, due to the shortened nature of the schedule and the objective of condensing travel, all games will be against the Ducks' own Western Conference opponents, and no games will be played against Eastern Conference teams. This condensed schedule structure also leads to the development of anomalies absent from a normal 82-game schedule, such as playing back-to-back games against the same team in the same location. For example, the Ducks host the Dallas Stars at Honda Center on both April 3 and 5, and later play games on two consecutive nights at the Edmonton Oilers on April 21 and 22. The Ducks will end the regular season on Saturday, April 27, at home against the Phoenix Coyotes.

Notable gamesEdit

JanuaryEdit

  • January 19: The Ducks open the season on the road with a 7–3 triumph over hosting Vancouver. The Ducks break a six-season streak of losing the first game of the regular season; this is the first time they have done so since 2006–07.
  • January 25: The Ducks hold their home opener against Vancouver, in a rematch of the season opener six days earlier; however, in a reversal of fortunes, this time the Ducks lose by a score of 5–0.

FebruaryEdit

  • February 9: Rookie goaltender Viktor Fasth improves to a perfect 5–0–0 record (making him the netminder for more than half of Anaheim's eight victories) as the Ducks defeat the faltering Blues 6–5 in a shootout thriller in St. Louis. The Ducks rally from a 3–1 deficit at the end of the first period, scoring three goals in 1 minute, 41 seconds late in the second period.
  • February 12: Fasth improves to 6–0–0 and the Ducks improve to 9–2–1 and to 3–1–0 on a road swing by way of defeating the first place Chicago Blackhawks 3–2 in a shootout. Andrew Cogliano scores a game-tying goal late in the third period to help the Ducks recover from a 2–1 deficit, and Anaheim kills off two Chicago power plays in overtime, paving the way for the eventual shootout triumph.
  • February 15: Anaheim defeats the Detroit Red Wings 5–2 as the Ducks grab their first regular season victory in Joe Louis Arena in five years and five days, their last regular season triumph in the Motor City being a 3–2 win on Feb 10, 2008. Viktor Fasth remains undefeated between the pipes at a record of 7–0–0.

MarchEdit

  • March 18: The Ducks set a franchise record with their 12th consecutive victory at home, a 5–3 triumph over San Jose. Midway through the second period, Anaheim scores twice in 34 seconds and thrice in 2 minutes 46 seconds as Long Beach native Emerson Etem scores his first NHL goal.
  • March 20: In a matchup of the two top teams in the Western Conference and of two of the top teams in the NHL, the Ducks down the formidable Chicago Blackhawks 4–2 in front of the largest crowd ever for a Ducks home game at Honda Center, with a mark of 17,610. (This breaks the old record of 17,601, also set during a Ducks–Blackhawks game, on February 26, 2012.) The Ducks score three unanswered goals in the third period and twice in 64 seconds to roar back from a 2–1 deficit for the 4–2 win. The triumph hands the Blackhawks only their third regulation loss of the season and follows a 3–2 overtime road win against Chicago on Feb. 12. Anaheim also extends their home winning streak to its 13th game.
  • March 29: Having fallen into a four-game losing streak since the March 20 game, the Ducks face the Blackhawks again—this time in Chicago—and end their losing streak and sweep the season series with a 2–1 triumph. Defenseman Sheldon Souray uses his trademark slapshot to score the game-winning goal with 2:08 left in the third period; the Los Angeles Times had run an article on Souray's benefits to the team that very morning.[4]

AprilEdit

  • April 12: While Anaheim was idle, the Ducks clinched a berth to the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs by virtue of a Detroit loss. This is Anaheim's ninth berth to the Stanley Cup playoffs and fifth in the past seven seasons since the 2004–05 lockout.
  • April 21: The Ducks snapped a four-game losing streak in Edmonton at Rexall Place. This was Anaheim's tenth straight victory in Edmonton and the victory also mathematically eliminated the Oilers from playoff contention. The win also clinched home ice in the first round.
  • April 22: With a 3–0 win over Edmonton at Rexall Place, the Ducks clinched their second ever Pacific Division title and the second seed in the Western Conference for the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs. The win also extended Anaheim's winning streak in Edmonton to 11 games.

Schedule and resultsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Below is the new, truncated 2012–13 schedule for the Ducks.

2012–13 Game Log: 30–12–6
Final games legend
Ducks Win (2 pts.) Ducks Loss (0 pts.) OT Loss (1 pt.) Clinched Playoffs Clinched Division
"Points" legend
1st (Pacific Division) Not in Playoff Position In Playoff Position

Post-seasonEdit

2013 Postseason Game Log
Legend
Ducks Win Ducks Loss
Future Games Legend
Home Game Away Game

StandingsEdit

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Player statisticsEdit

SkatersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/− = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Regular season
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM
Getzlaf, RyanRyan Getzlaf 44 15 34 49 14 41
Perry, CoreyCorey Perry 44 15 21 36 10 72
Ryan, BobbyBobby Ryan 46 11 19 30 3 17
Koivu, SakuSaku Koivu 47 8 19 27 4 18
Selanne, TeemuTeemu Selanne 46 12 12 24 −10 28
Beauchemin, FrancoisFrancois Beauchemin 48 6 18 24 19 22
Cogliano, AndrewAndrew Cogliano 48 13 10 23 14 6
Palmieri, KyleKyle Palmieri 42 10 11 21 2 9
Winnik, DanielDaniel Winnik 48 6 13 19 13 16
Souray, SheldonSheldon Souray 44 7 10 17 19 52
Beleskey, MattMatt Beleskey 42 8 5 13 2 56
Bonino, NickNick Bonino 27 5 8 13 −3 8
Fowler, CamCam Fowler 37 1 10 11 −4 4
Lovejoy, BenBen Lovejoy

|| 32 || 0 || 10 || 10 || 6 || 29

Etem, EmersonEmerson Etem 38 3 7 10 7 9
Sbisa, LucaLuca Sbisa 41 1 7 8 0 23
Lydman, ToniToni Lydman 35 0 6 6 −1 12
Allen, BryanBryan Allen 41 0 6 6 1 34
Steckel, DaveDave Steckel

|| 21 || 1 || 5 || 6 || 2 || 4

Holland, PeterPeter Holland 21 3 2 5 4 4
Dvorak, RadekRadek Dvorak 9 4 0 4 2 2
Maroon, PatrickPatrick Maroon 13 2 1 3 −1 10
Staubitz, BradBrad Staubitz 15 1 1 2 0 41
Vatanen, SamiSami Vatanen 8 2 0 2 3 0
Lombardi, MatthewMatthew Lombardi

|| 7 || 0 || 0 || 0 || −2 || 4

Hendry, JordanJordan Hendry 2 0 0 0 0 0
Smith-Pelly, DevanteDevante Smith-Pelly 7 0 0 0 −4 0
Rakell, RickardRickard Rakell 4 0 0 0 −2 0

Playoffs
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM
Beauchemin, FrancoisFrancois Beauchemin 7 2 4 6 −2 4
Getzlaf, RyanRyan Getzlaf 7 3 3 6 2 6
Palmieri, KyleKyle Palmieri 7 3 2 5 5 4
Etem, EmersonEmerson Etem 7 3 2 5 4 2
Ryan, BobbyBobby Ryan 7 2 2 4 1 0
Bonino, NickNick Bonino 7 3 1 4 2 4
Selanne, TeemuTeemu Selanne 7 1 2 3 1 6
Koivu, SakuSaku Koivu 7 1 2 3 −4 6
Beleskey, MattMatt Beleskey 7 2 1 3 1 2
Fowler, CamCam Fowler 7 0 3 3 3 0
Steckel, DaveDave Steckel 7 1 1 2 1 0
Perry, CoreyCorey Perry 7 0 2 2 0 4
Lovejoy, BenBen Lovejoy 7 0 2 2 4 0
Souray, SheldonSheldon Souray 6 0 1 1 −2 4
Allen, BryanBryan Allen 7 0 1 1 1 2
Winnik, DanielDaniel Winnik 7 0 1 1 −4 7
Cogliano, AndrewAndrew Cogliano 7 0 1 1 −3 4
Lydman, ToniToni Lydman 3 0 0 0 1 0
Sbisa, LucaLuca Sbisa 5 0 0 0 −2 4

GoaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games Played; GS = Games Started; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime Losses; GA = Goals Against; GAA= Goals Against Average; SA= Shots Against; SV= Saves; Sv% = Save Percentage; SO= Shutouts

Regular season
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA Sv% SO G A PIM
Hiller, JonasJonas Hiller 26 25 1498:19 15 6 4 59 2.36 675 .913 1 0 1 2
Fasth, ViktorViktor Fasth 25 23 1428:18 15 6 2 52 2.18 661 .921 4 0 0 0
Playoffs
Player GP GS TOI W L GA GAA SA Sv% SO G A PIM
Hiller, JonasJonas Hiller 7 7 438:40 3 4 18 2.46 218 .917 1 0 1 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Ducks. Stats reflect time with Ducks only.
Traded mid-season.
Bold/italics denotes franchise record


Final rosterEdit

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
55 Flag of Canada Allen, BryanBryan Allen D L 32 2012 Kingston, Ontario
23 Flag of Canada.svg Beauchemin, FrancoisFrancois Beauchemin D L 32 2011 Sorel, Quebec
39 Flag of Canada.svg Beleskey, MattMatt Beleskey LW L 24 2006 Windsor, Ontario
13 Flag of the United States Bonino, NickNick Bonino C L 25 2009 Hartford, Connecticut
7 Flag of Canada.svg Cogliano, AndrewAndrew Cogliano C L 25 2011 Toronto, Ontario
65 Flag of the United States Etem, EmersonEmerson Etem RW L 20 2010 Long Beach, California
30 Flag of Sweden Fasth, ViktorViktor Fasth G L 30 2012 Kalix, Sweden
4 Flag of the United States Fowler, CamCam Fowler D L 21 2010 Windsor, Ontario
15 Flag of Canada.svg Getzlaf, RyanRyan Getzlaf

 (C)

C R 28 2003 Regina, Saskatchewan
1 Flag of Switzerland Hiller, JonasJonas Hiller G R 31 2006 Felben-Wellhausen, Switzerland
11 Flag of Finland Koivu, SakuSaku Koivu

 (A)

C L 38 2009 Turku, Finland
6 Flag of the United States Lovejoy, BenBen Lovejoy D R 29 2013 Concord, New Hampshire
32 Flag of Finland Lydman, ToniToni Lydman D L 35 2010 Lahti, Finland
51 Flag of the United States Palmieri, KyleKyle Palmieri C R 22 2009 Smithtown, New York
10 Flag of Canada.svg Perry, CoreyCorey Perry RW R 27 2003 Peterborough, Ontario
9 Flag of the United States Ryan, BobbyBobby Ryan LW R 26 2005 Cherry Hill, New Jersey
5 Flag of Switzerland Sbisa, LucaLuca Sbisa D L 23 2009 Ozieri, Italy
8 Flag of Finland Selanne, TeemuTeemu Selanne

 (A)

RW R 42 2005 Helsinki, Finland
44 Flag of Canada.svg Souray, SheldonSheldon Souray D L 36 2012 Elk Point, Alberta
20 Flag of the United States Steckel, DaveDave Steckel C L 31 2013 West Bend, Wisconsin
34 Flag of Canada.svg Winnik, DanielDaniel Winnik LW/C L 28 2012 Toronto, Ontario

TransactionsEdit

The Ducks have been involved in the following transactions during the 2012–13 season.

TradesEdit

Date
Details
June 22, 2012[5] To New York Islanders
Lubomir Visnovsky
To Anaheim Ducks
2nd-round pick in 2013
February 6, 2013[6] To Pittsburgh Penguins
5th-round pick in 2014
To Anaheim Ducks
Ben Lovejoy
March 11, 2013[7] To Tampa Bay Lightning
Dan Sexton
To Anaheim Ducks
Kyle Wilson
March 15, 2013[8] To Toronto Maple Leafs
Ryan Lasch
7th-round pick in 2014
To Anaheim Ducks
Dave Steckel
April 1, 2013[9] To Philadelphia Flyers
Jay Rosehill
To Anaheim Ducks
Harry Zolnierczyk
April 3, 2013[10] To Minnesota Wild
Jeff Deslauriers
To Anaheim Ducks
Future considerations
April 3, 2013[11] To Phoenix Coyotes
Brandon McMillan
To Anaheim Ducks
Matthew Lombardi
June 24, 2013[12] To Pittsburgh Penguins
Harry Zolnierczyk
To Anaheim Ducks
Alex Grant

Free agents signed Edit

Player Former team Contract terms
Sheldon Souray[13] Dallas Stars 3 years, $11 million
Jordan Hendry[14] HC Lugano 1 year, $600,000
Brad Staubitz[15] Montreal Canadiens 2 years, $1.275 million
Bryan Allen[16] Carolina Hurricanes 3 years, $10.5 million
Corey Elkins[17] HC Pardubice 1 year, $700,000
Daniel Winnik[18] San Jose Sharks 2 years, $3.6 million
Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond[19] Calgary Flames 1 year, $550,000
Ryan Parent[20] Chicago Wolves 1 year, $600,000
Jay Rosehill[20] Toronto Maple Leafs 1 year, $550,000
Charlie Sarault[21] Sarnia Sting 3 years, $2.42 million entry-level contract
Kevin Gagne[22] Saint John Sea Dogs 3 years, $2.3025 million entry-level contract
Radek Dvorak[23] Dallas Stars 1 year, $675,000
Steven Whitney[24] Boston College 2 years, $1.435 million entry-level contract
John Kurtz[25] Norfolk Admirals 1 year, $570,000
Antoine Laganiere[26] Yale University 2 years, $1.775 million entry-level contract

Free agents lost Edit

Player New team Contract terms
George Parros[27] Florida Panthers 2 years, $1.85 million
Sheldon Brookbank[28] Chicago Blackhawks 2 years, $2.5 million
Jean-Francois Jacques[29] Florida Panthers 1 year, $750,000
Dan Ellis[30] Carolina Hurricanes 1 year, $650,000

Claimed via waiversEdit

Player Former team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via waivers Edit

Player New team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via retirement Edit

Players signings Edit

Player Date Contract terms
Max Friberg[31] June 15, 2012 3 years, $2.33 million entry-level contract
Rickard Rakell[32] July 2, 2012 3 years, $2.775 million entry-level contract
Matt Smaby[33] July 2, 2012 1 year, $650,000
Frederik Andersen[34] July 11, 2012 2 years, $1.85 million entry-level contract
Teemu Selanne[35] July 12, 2012 1 year, $4.5 million
Nick Bonino[36] July 13, 2012 2 years, $1.4 million
Hampus Lindholm[37] July 13, 2012 3 years, $2.775 million entry-level contract
Marco Cousineau[38] July 16, 2012 1 year, $660,000
Cam Fowler[39] September 17, 2012 5 years, $20 million contract extension
Troy Bodie[20] January 17, 2013 1 year, $550,000
Viktor Fasth[40] February 20, 2013 2 years, $5.8 million contract extension
Joseph Cramarossa[41] March 2, 2013 3 years, $2.2575 million entry-level contract
Ryan Getzlaf[42] March 8, 2013 8 years, $66 million contract extension
Corey Perry[43] March 18, 2013 8 years, $69 million contract extension
Patrick Maroon[44] March 21, 2013 2 years, $1.15 million contract extension
Andrew O'Brien[45] April 5, 2013 3 years, $1.855 million entry-level contract
William Karlsson[46] May 20, 2013 3 years, $2.4925 million entry-level contract
Ben Lovejoy[47] June 27, 2013 3 years, $3.3 million contract extension

Draft picksEdit

Anaheim Ducks' picks at the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 22 and 23, 2012.

Round # Player Pos Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 6 Hampus Lindholm D Flag of Sweden.png Sweden Rogle BK (Allsvenskan)
2 36 Nic Kerdiles LW Flag of the United States.png USA U.S. National Team Development Program (USHL)
3 87[a] Frederik Andersen G Flag of Denmark.png Denmark Frolunda HC (Elitserien)
4 97 Kevin Roy C Flag of Canada.svg.png Canada Lincoln Stars (USHL)
4 108 Andrew O'Brien D Flag of Canada.svg.png Canada Chicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
5 127[b] Brian Cooper D Flag of the United States.png USA Fargo Force (USHL)
7 187 Kenton Helgesen D Flag of Canada.svg.png Canada Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
7 210[c] Jaycob Megna D Flag of the United States.png USA University of Nebraska Omaha (WCHA)
Draft notes

See also Edit

Other Anaheim–based teams in 2012–13Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Greg Wyshynski (January 6, 2013). NHL lockout is over; players, owners reach tentative CBA deal after 16-hour talks. Yahoo! Sports. Retrieved on 30 August 2016.
  2. Ducks to Meet Detroit in Conference Quarterfinals. Retrieved April 27, 2013.
  3. Ira Podell (October 4, 2012). NHL lockout forces cancelled games through Oct. 24. Retrieved on October 4, 2012.
  4. Lance Pugmire (March 28, 2013). Ducks get a lift from Sheldon Souray. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved on January 18, 2015.
  5. Ducks Acquire 2013 2nd Round Pick for Visnovsky. Retrieved on June 22, 2012.
  6. Ducks Acquire Lovejoy from Pittsburgh in Exchange for 2014 Draft Pick. Retrieved on February 7, 2013.
  7. Ducks Acquire Center Wilson from Tampa Bay in Exchange for Sexton. Retrieved on March 12, 2013.
  8. Ducks Acquire Steckel from Toronto in Exchange for Lasch and a Seventh-Round Pick in 2014. Retrieved on March 15, 2013.
  9. Ducks Acquire Zolnierczyk From Philadelphia. Retrieved on April 1, 2013.
  10. Ducks Trade Goalie Deslauriers to Minnesota for Future Considerations. Retrieved on April 4, 2013.
  11. Ducks Acquire Lombardi from Phoenix for McMillan. Retrieved on April 4, 2013.
  12. Ducks Acquire Defenseman Grant From Pittsburgh In Exchange For Left Wing Zolnierczyk. Archived from the original on July 15, 2013. Retrieved on June 24, 2013.
  13. Ducks Sign Souray to Three-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 2, 2012
  14. Hendry Agrees to One-Year Deal with Ducks. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 2, 2012
  15. Ducks Ink Staubitz to Two-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 2, 2012
  16. Ducks Agree to Terms with Allen on Three-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 2, 2012
  17. Ducks Sign Center Elkins to One-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved July 10, 2012
  18. Ducks Sign Winnik to Two-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved July 21, 2012
  19. Ducks Sign Left Wing Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond to One-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved January 16, 2013
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 Ducks Sign Bodie, Parent and Rosehill to One-Year Contracts. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved January 17, 2013
  21. Ducks Sign Sarault To Three-Year Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on March 6, 2013.
  22. Ducks Sign Gagne to Three-Year Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on March 8, 2013.
  23. Ducks Sign Right Wing Radek Dvorak to One-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on March 25, 2013.
  24. Ducks Sign Collegiate Standout Whitney to Two-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on April 5, 2013.
  25. Ducks Sign Kurtz To One-Year Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on April 10, 2013.
  26. Ducks Sign Former Yale Center Antoine Laganiere to Two-Year Entry Level Deal. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on April 17, 2013.
  27. Panthers Agree To Two-Year Contract With RW George Parros
  28. Blackhawks agree to terms with defenseman Brookbank
  29. Panthers Agree to Terms with LW Jean-Francois Jacques
  30. Canes Agree to Terms with Goaltender Dan Ellis
  31. Ducks Sign Friberg to Three-Year, Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved June 15, 2012.
  32. Ducks Sign 2011 First Round Pick Rakell to Three-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 2, 2012.
  33. Ducks Sign Defenseman Smaby to One-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 2, 2012.
  34. Ducks Sign Andersen to Two-Year Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved July 11, 2012.
  35. Selanne Signs One-Year Contract with Ducks. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 12, 2012.
  36. Ducks Sign Bonino to Two-Year Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 13, 2012.
  37. Ducks Sign Lindholm to Three-Year Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 13, 2012.
  38. Cousineau Agrees to One-Year Deal with Ducks. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on July 17, 2012.
  39. Ducks Sign Fowler to Contract Extension. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on September 17, 2012.
  40. Ducks Sign Fasth to Two-Year Contract Extension. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on February 20, 2013.
  41. Ducks Sign Cramarossa to Three-Year Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on March 5, 2013.
  42. Ducks Sign Getzlaf to Eight-Year Contract Extension. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on March 8, 2013.
  43. Ducks Agree to Terms with Corey Perry on Eight-Year Contract Extension. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on March 18, 2013.
  44. Ducks Sign Maroon to Two-Year Contract Extension. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on March 22, 2013.
  45. Ducks Sign O’Brien To Three-Year Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on April 8, 2013.
  46. Ducks Sign Karlsson to Three-Year Entry-Level Contract. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on May 21, 2013.
  47. Ducks Sign Defenseman Lovejoy to Three-Year Contract Extension. Ducks.nhl.com. Retrieved on June 27, 2013. Archived 2013-07-15.
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