2. Shawn Thornton, Monday
3. Ric Jackman, Tuesday
4. Brad May, Wed.-Thu.
5. Coach Randy Carlyle, Fri.-Sat.
Kent Huskins has had his day with the cup:
It was quite easy to pick Kent Huskins out of the crowd yesterday.
He was the guy with the perennial grin and the shapely little date.
A defenceman with the NHL champion Anaheim Ducks, Huskins had possession of the three-foot, 35-lb. Stanley Cup from 10:30 a.m. until the wee hours of this morning.
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MisterEng posts some pictures of the Ducks entertainment crew with the cup.
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Here is a look at the Stanley Cup 6 disc collection
Finally some Ilya Bryzgalov analysis from Varius
While there have been other hot Ducks’ topics taking precedence this summer (such as the Penner offer sheet and the potential retirement of both Selanne and Niedermayer), the Ducks have another key issue to resolve sooner rather than later.
Ducks’ GM Brian Burke has publicly stated that he feels backup goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov deserves a chance at starting. However with the new four-year deal given to Ducks’ goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere earlier this summer, it will not be as a Duck. Burke also called Ilya very classy and a “stand up guy” about the entire situation. He said he is trying to find the right offer for Bryzgalov to accommodate his wishes.
The trouble is, there aren’t very many teams seeking to acquire a potential starter right now. So the question is, what does Burke do? He signed Swedish goaltender Jonas Hiller (who is unproven at the NHL level) to a rather expensive, bonus-laden contract.Read the rest here - Link