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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Anaheim Ducks News for Tuesday

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Mowers is on waivers via TSN - Link

 Burke denies a rumor

Ducks General Manager Brian Burke took the time Tuesday morning to address speculation out of Toronto about a job that, at least for the moment, isn't even open.
Burke said he is not interested in becoming the general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, even though John Ferguson Jr. is still employed in that capacity by the team.

Articles in the Hockey News and by the Canadian Press speculated Burke would be a good fit to succeed the besieged Ferguson, who, according to reports out of Toronto, may be fired with the Maple Leafs sitting in the Northeast Division basement.

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Profile on Perry and Getzlaf

No one ever will accuse Corey Perry or Ryan Getzlaf of being the touchy-feely type, so there should be no expectations of spontaneous “You complete me!” outbursts from either player.

But after more than three years, it has become abundantly clear that each Anaheim Duck forward is made more complete by the presence of the other.

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Pacific Division update from the

When the Anaheim Ducks and Ryan Getzlaf agreed to a five-year contract extension last week that will keep the emerging star in Anaheim for a sum of $26.6 million, it marked a pivotal moment in General Manager Brian Burke’s attempt to keep his Stanley Cup-winning team intact in the salary cap era. The 22-year-old Getzlaf was in the final year of a three-year deal and would have become a restricted free agent this summer.

Getzlaf, who has 15 points in his last 10 games, was Anaheim’s first-round pick (19th overall) in the 2003 Entry Draft. Last season, he had 25 goals and 58 points in the regular season before leading the Ducks with 17 postseason points – fifth among all playoff scorers – as the team claimed its first-ever Stanley Cup. He leads the Ducks with 25 points so far this season.

“This is an important day for the franchise,” Burke said. “He’s the whole package.”

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AKTSE went to a Ducks practice and took some great photos

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New ticket packages are available

Celebrate the holidays with the Ducks this season. Bring out your office, family, friends or clients for a unique holiday or birthday party, department outing, or just a night out with the gang.  All groups of 20 or more receive special discounts or promotions such as our Puck Pack or Hat Trick Package below:

Puck Pack
Wednesday, December 12 vs. Vancouver, 7:05 pm

20 Terrace Main Tickets
20 Stanley Cup Commemorative Photo Pucks
20 Food Vouchers (regular hot dog and soda per seat)

$ 33.50 per person – minimum 20

Hat Trick Package
Wednesday, January 2 vs. Columbus, 7:05 pm
Tuesday, January 15 vs. Dallas, 7:05 pm

20 Terrace Main Tickets
20 Anaheim Ducks Hats
20 Food Vouchers (regular hot dog and soda per seat)

$ 35 per person – minimum 20

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