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2007–08 Anaheim Ducks · NHL
Division 2nd Pacific
Conference 4th Western
2007–08 record 46–26–8
Home record 28–9–4
Road record 18–18–4
Goals for 202
Goals against 189
General Manager Brian Burke
Coach Randy Carlyle
Captain Chris Pronger
Alternate captains Chris Kunitz
Rob Niedermayer
Arena Honda Center
Average attendance 17,195 (100.1%)
Team leaders
Goals Corey Perry (29)
Assists Ryan Getzlaf (57)
Points Ryan Getzlaf (81)
Penalties in minutes George Parros (183)
Wins Jean-Sebastien Giguere (35)
Goals against average Jonas Hiller (2.07)

he 2007–08 Anaheim Ducks season began September 29, 2007, with a game in London, England, against the Los Angeles Kings. It was the Ducks' 14th season in the National Hockey League. They also began their season as defending Stanley Cup champions.

Key dates prior to the start of the season:

Regular seasonEdit

Divisional standingsEdit

Pacific Division
No. CR GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
12 San Jose Sharks 82 49 23 10 222 193 108
24 Anaheim Ducks 82 47 27 8 205 191 102
35 Dallas Stars 82 45 30 7 242 207 97
412 Phoenix Coyotes 82 38 37 7 214 231 83
515 Los Angeles Kings 82 32 43 7 231 266 71

Conference standingsEdit

Western Conference
GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
p-Detroit Red Wings * 82 54 21 7 257 184 115
y-San Jose Sharks * 82 49 23 10 222 193 108
y-Minnesota Wild * 82 44 28 10 223 218 98
Anaheim Ducks 82 47 27 8 205 191 102
Dallas Stars 82 45 30 7 242 207 97
Colorado Avalanche 82 44 31 7 231 219 95
Calgary Flames 82 42 30 10 229 227 94
Nashville Predators 82 41 32 9 230 229 91
Edmonton Oilers 82 41 35 6 235 251 88
Chicago Blackhawks 82 40 34 8 239 235 88
Vancouver Canucks 82 39 33 10 213 215 88
Phoenix Coyotes 82 38 37 7 214 231 83
Columbus Blue Jackets 82 34 36 12 193 218 80
St. Louis Blues 82 33 36 13 205 237 79
Los Angeles Kings 82 32 43 7 231 266 71
bold - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched division title, p - clinched Presidents' Trophy and best record in conference, * - division leader

Game logEdit

SeptemberEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
1 September 29* Anaheim 1 – 4 Los Angeles Bryzgalov 17,551 0–1–0 0
2 September 30* Los Angeles 1 – 4 Anaheim Hiller 17,551 1–1–0 2

*At O2 Arena in London, England

OctoberEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
3 October 3 Anaheim 2 – 3 Detroit SO Bryzgalov 17,610 1–1–1 3
4 October 5 Anaheim 0 – 4 Columbus Bryzgalov 17,852 1–2–1 3
5 October 6 Anaheim 4 – 5 Pittsburgh Hiller 17,132 1–3–1 3
6 October 10 Boston 1 – 2 Anaheim Bryzgalov 17,285 2–3–1 5
7 October 14 Minnesota 2 – 0 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 2–4–1 5
8 October 15 Detroit 3 – 6 Anaheim Bryzgalov 17,187 3–4–1 7
9 October 17 Nashville 1 – 3 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 4–4–1 9
10 October 20 Anaheim 1 – 3 Dallas Giguere 18,057 4–5–1 9
11 October 23 Anaheim 2 – 4 St. Louis Giguere 14,764 4–6–1 9
12 October 25 Phoenix 1 – 0 Anaheim Bryzgalov 17,174 4–7–1 9
13 October 28 Edmonton 3 – 2 Anaheim SO Giguere 17,174 4–7–2 10

NovemberEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
14 November 1 Columbus 1 – 2 Anaheim SO Giguere 17,174 5–7–2 12
15 November 3 Anaheim 5 – 2 Phoenix Giguere 15,888 6–7–2 14
16 November 5 Dallas 5 – 0 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 6–8–2 14
17 November 7 Phoenix 6 – 5 Anaheim OT Giguere 17,174 6–8–3 15
18 November 9 San Jose 2 – 3 Anaheim SO Giguere 17,174 7–8–3 17
19 November 13 Los Angeles 3 – 4 Anaheim SO Giguere 17,174 8–8–3 19
20 November 15 Anaheim 6 – 3 Los Angeles Giguere 18,118 9–8–3 21
21 November 17 Anaheim 2 – 1 San Jose SO Giguere 17,496 10–8–3 23
22 November 21 Anaheim 1 – 2 Dallas Giguere 18,584 10–9–3 23
23 November 23 Phoenix 4 – 3 Anaheim SO Hiller 17,174 10–9–4 24
24 November 25 Los Angeles 2 – 3 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 11–9–4 26
25 November 27 Anaheim 0 – 4 Vancouver Giguere 18,630 11–10–4 26
26 November 29 Anaheim 4 – 1 Calgary Giguere 19,289 12–10–4 28
27 November 30 Anaheim 1 – 5 Edmonton Giguere 16,839 12–11–4 28

DecemberEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
28 December 2 Edmonton 4 – 0 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 12–12–4 28
29 December 5 Buffalo 1 – 4 Anaheim Giguire 17,174 13–12–4 30
30 December 7 Anaheim 5 – 3 Chicago Giguere 17,734 14–12–4 32
31 December 8 Anaheim 2 – 4 Nashville Hiller 13,469 14–13–4 32
32 December 10 Anaheim 4 – 3 Columbus OT Giguere 11,984 15–13–4 34
33 December 12 Vancouver 3 – 2 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 15–14–4 34
34 December 14 Minnesota 5 – 2 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 15–15–4 34
35 December 16 San Jose 2 – 1 Anaheim SO Giguere 17,174 15–15–5 35
36 December 18 Anaheim 2 – 0 San Jose Giguere 17,197 16–15–5 37
37 December 19 Colorado 1 – 2 Anaheim OT Hiller 17,174 17–15–5 39
38 December 22 Anaheim 5 – 2 San Jose Giguere 17,496 18–15–5 41
39 December 27 Anaheim 2 – 1 Edmonton Giguere 16,839 19–15–5 43
40 December 29 Anaheim 3 – 5 Calgary Giguere 19,289 19–16–5 43
41 December 30 Anaheim 1 – 2 Vancouver Hiller 18,630 19–17–5 43

JanuaryEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
42 January 2 Columbus 1 – 2 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 20–17–5 45
43 January 4 Chicago 1 – 2 Anaheim Hiller 17,174 21–17–5 47
44 January 5 Anaheim 2 – 3 Phoenix SO Giguere 16,159 21–17–6 48
45 January 7 Nashville 2 – 5 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 22–17–6 50
46 January 9 Toronto 0 – 5 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 23–17–6 52
47 January 13 San Jose 3 – 4 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 24–17–6 54
48 January 15 Dallas 2 – 4 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 25–17–6 56
49 January 17 Anaheim 2 – 1 Nashville Giguere 14,193 26–17–6 58
50 January 18 Anaheim 4 – 2 Minnesota Hiller 18,568 27–17–6 60
51 January 20 Anaheim 2 – 5 Dallas Giguere 18,461 27–18–6 60
52 January 23 Detroit 2 – 1 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 27–19–6 60
53 January 24 Anaheim 1 – 3 Los Angeles Giguere 18,118 27–20–6 60
54 January 30 Anaheim 1 – 5 Minnesota Giguere 18,568 27–21–6 60

FebruaryEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
55 February 1 Anaheim 0 – 1 St. Louis SO Giguere 19,150 27–21–7 61
56 February 2 Anaheim 0 – 3 Philadelphia Hiller 19,822 27–22–7 61
57 February 5 Anaheim 3 – 0 NY Islanders Giguere 9,649 28–22–7 63
58 February 7 Anaheim 4 – 1 NY Rangers Giguere 18,200 29–22–7 65
59 February 8 Anaheim 2 – 1 New Jersey Giguere 15,332 30–22–7 67
60 February 10 Anaheim 3 – 2 Detroit Giguere 20,066 31–22–7 69
61 February 12 Anaheim 2 – 1 Colorado Giguere 16,257 32–22–7 71
62 February 15 Dallas 4 – 2 Anaheim Giguere 17,323 32–23–7 71
63 February 17 Calgary 2 – 4 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 33–23–7 73
64 February 20 Colorado 2 – 3 Anaheim SO Giguere 17,174 34–23–7 75
65 February 22 St. Louis 1 – 2 Anaheim OT Giguere 17,174 35–23–7 77
66 February 24 Chicago 3 – 6 Anaheim Hiller 17,174 36–23–7 79
67 February 29 Calgary 1 – 3 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 37–23–7 81

MarchEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
68 March 3 Ottawa 1 – 3 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 38–23–7 83
69 March 5 Anaheim 0 – 3 Chicago Giguere 16,666 38–24–7 83
70 March 6 Anaheim 0 – 1 Colorado Hiller 18,007 38–25–7 83
71 March 9 Montreal 1 – 3 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 39–25–7 85
72 March 11 Anaheim 2 – 3 Phoenix SO Giguere 14,683 39–25–8 86
73 March 12 Vancouver 1 – 4 Anaheim Hiller 17,174 40–25–8 88
74 March 15 St. Louis 2 – 5 Anaheim Giguere 17,174 41–25–8 90
75 March 19 Anaheim 2 – 1 Dallas Giguere 18,584 42–25–8 92
76 March 21 Anaheim 1 – 2 San Jose Hiller 17,496 42–26–8 92
77 March 22 Anaheim 2 – 1 Phoenix Hiller 17,645 43–26–8 94
78 March 26 Los Angeles 1 – 2 Anaheim SO Hiller 17,331 44–26–8 96
79 March 28 San Jose 3 – 1 Anaheim Hiller 17,334 44–27–8 96
80 March 30 Dallas 2 – 3 Anaheim SO Giguere 17,174 45–27–8 98

AprilEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
81 April 5 Anaheim 4 – 3 Los Angeles Giguere 18,118 46–27–8 100
82 April 6 Phoenix 2 – 3 Anaheim SO Hiller 17,269 47–27–8 102

PlayoffsEdit

The Ducks enter the 2007–08 season as defending Stanley Cup champions. They were defeated in the series 4 games to 2 by their division rival Dallas Stars.

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Series
1 April 10 Dallas 4 – 0 Anaheim Giguere 17,191 0 – 1
2 April 12 Dallas 5 – 2 Anaheim Giguere 17,181 0 – 2
3 April 15 Anaheim 4 – 2 Dallas Giguere 18,532 1 – 2
4 April 17 Anaheim 3 – 1 Dallas Giguere 18,532 1 – 3
5 April 18 Dallas 2 – 5 Anaheim Giguere 17,199 2 – 3
6 April 20 Anaheim 1 – 4 Dallas Giguere 18,532 2 – 4

Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

    Regular season   Playoffs
Player GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
Ryan Getzlaf 76 24 57 81 94
Corey Perry 70 29 25 54 108
Chris Kunitz 81 20 29 49 80
Chris Pronger 71 12 31 43 126
Todd Bertuzzi 67 14 25 39 97
Mathieu Schneider 64 12 27 39 50
Scott Niedermeyer 47 8 16 24 14
Teemu Selanne 25 12 10 22 8
Francois Beauchemin 81 2 19 21 59

GoaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; TOI = Time on ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime/shootout losses; GA = Goals against; SO = Shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

    Regular season   Playoffs
Player GP TOI W L OT GA SO SV% GAA GP TOI W L GA SO Sv% GAA
Jean-Sebastien Giguere 57 3250 34 17 6 114 4 .923 2.10
Jonas Hiller 22 1158 9 7 1 40 0 .926 2.07
Ilya Bryzgalov 9 447 2 3 1 19 0 .909 2.55 Jean-Sebastien Aubin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0.00

Awards and recordsEdit

RecordsEdit

MilestonesEdit

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached
Jonas Hiller 1st NHL win September 30, 2007
Ryan Getzlaf 100th NHL point October 6, 2007
Kent Huskins 1st NHL goal October 15, 2007
Chris Pronger 400th NHL assist October 15, 2007
Brad May 900th NHL game November 15, 2007
Chris Pronger 900th NHL game December 11, 2007
Corey Perry 100th NHL point December 29, 2007
Doug Weight 700th NHL assist (5th American All-Time) January 9, 2008
Sean O'Donnell 900th NHL game January 18, 2008

TransactionsEdit

The Ducks have been involved in the following transactions during the 2007–08 season.

TradesEdit

June 23, 2007
To Vancouver Canucks
Ryan Shannon
To Anaheim Ducks
Rights to Jason King
Conditional pick in 2009
September 24, 2007
To Anaheim Ducks
Mark Mowers
To Boston Bruins
Nathan Saunders
Brett Skinner
January 2, 2008
To Anaheim Ducks
Brandon Bochenski
To Boston Bruins
Shane Hnidy
6th round pick in 2008
January 9, 2008
To New York Islanders
Matt Keith
To Anaheim Ducks
Darryl Bootland

Free agentsEdit

Player Former team Contract Terms
Mathieu Schneider Detroit Red Wings 2 years, $11.25 million
Todd Bertuzzi Detroit Red Wings 2 years, $4 million
Shane Hnidy Atlanta Thrashers 2 years, $1.515 million
Player New team Contract Terms
Shawn Thornton Boston Bruins multi-year, undisclosed
Trevor Gillies Carolina Hurricanes 1 year, minor-league contract
Joe Motzko Washington Capitals

WaiversEdit

November 17, 2007
To Phoenix Coyotes
Ilya Bryzgalov
To Anaheim Ducks
claimed off waivers

Draft picksEdit

The following were Anaheim's picks at the 2007 NHL Entry Draft in Columbus, Ohio. The Ducks drafted 16th overall with a pick acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning. Their own pick, 30th overall, was dealt to the Edmonton Oilers in the Chris Pronger trade.

Round # Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 19 Logan MacMillan Center Flag of Canada.svg Canada Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
2 42 Eric Tangradi Center Flag of the United States United States Belleville Bulls (OHL)
3 63 Maxime Macenauer Center Flag of Canada.svg Canada Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (QMJHL)
4 92 Justin Vaive Left Wing Flag of the United States United States US National Team Development Program (NAHL)
4 93 Steven Kampfer Defence Flag of the United States United States Michigan Wolverines (CCHA)
4 98 Sebastian Stefaniszin Goaltender Flag of Germany Germany Eisbären Berlin (DEL)
4 121 Mattias Modig Goaltender Flag of Sweden Sweden Luleå HF (Elitserien)
5 151 Brett Morrison Center Flag of Canada.svg Canada P.E.I. Rocket (QMJHL)

Farm teamsEdit

Portland PiratesEdit

The Portland Pirates are the Ducks American Hockey League affiliate in 2007–08.

Augusta LynxEdit

The Augusta Lynx are the Ducks affiliate in the ECHL.

RosterEdit

Anaheim Ducks 2007–08 Final Roster
Goaltenders


Injured reserve Injuryicon

Defensemen

Wingers

Centers


See alsoEdit


ReferencesEdit



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