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Anaheim Ducks History:
During the following season, with the NHL CBA in its final year and as the labor dispute loomed, the Anaheim Ducks were plagued with low attending figures, despite their magical playoff run the year before, and failed to make the playoffs.
During the summer of 2004, as the NHL and the NHLPA were seemingly headed towards a lockout, Disney tried to sell the team, but received a low offer of $40 million, less than the franchise's original worth. Several quotes from several well-paid Ducks players in the press that stated that the Anaheim Ducks were a safe franchise were seen as completely out of touch with the NHL economic situation and the precarious situation of the Anaheim Ducks club.
In 2005, Broadcom co-founder Henry Samueli of Irvine, California bought the Anaheim Ducks from the Walt Disney Company for a reported $75 million. Samueli has pledged not to move the team from Anaheim. Brian Burke, former Vancouver Canucks General Manager and President, was appointed General Manager and Executive Vice President of the Ducks on June 20, 2005.
On August 1, 2005, former Norris Trophy-winning defenseman Randy Carlyle was hired as the new coach of the Anaheim Ducks. He became the seventh coach for the Ducks, who came into the league as an expansion team in 1993. Carlyle, 49, replaced Mike Babcock, who left the Ducks to become the Detroit Red Wings coach. He spent last season as coach of the Manitoba Moose of the AHL after serving as an assistant with the Washington Capitals. He was also on the staff of the former Winnipeg Jets. Carlyle earlier coached Manitoba from midseason of 1996 through 2001.
Another addition to the Anaheim Ducks were ex-Duck Teemu Selänne. Selänne had been a star player when he last played for the Ducks. Selänne played last season with the Avalanche. Another acquisition is Scott Niedermayer, who is the brother of Rob Niedermayer.
More changes to the organization came on January 26, 2006, when the owner, Henry Samueli, announced effective for the 2006-07 season that the Ducks of Anaheim will change their name to Anaheim Ducks. This could include a possible logo change, color changes for the jerseys and a new mascot.
On July 3, 2006, the team made another major acquisition, trading Joffrey Lupul, Ladislav Smid, a 2007 first-round draft pick, a conditional first-round selection and a second-round choice in the 2008 draft to the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for star defenseman Chris Pronger, who had requested a trade from Edmonton a few weeks prior.
Along with the team's new name, its home ice will also be renamed to the Honda Center effective October as Arrowhead Water's naming rights have expired.
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