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  • Ducks' Pavol Regenda: Inks two-way contract

    Regenda signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Ducks on Friday.

    Regenda didn't earn a point in five appearances with the Ducks in 2023-24. However, he produced 19 goals and 34 points in 54 regular-season games with AHL San Diego. The 24-year-old winger will likely compete for a bottom-six role with Anaheim in training camp.

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  • Ducks' Stian Solberg: Lands ELC

    Solberg signed a three-year, entry-level deal with the Ducks on Friday.

    Solberg was selected with the 23rd overall pick in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft. The 18-year-old blueliner has already made a name for himself with his physicality, but the offensive abilities appear to be limited for now. Solberg will likely continue his development in Europe during the 2024-25 campaign.

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  • Ducks' Beckett Sennecke: Secures ELC

    Sennecke signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Ducks on Friday.

    Sennecke was selected with the third pick in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft. He was a late riser on most draft boards as he's beginning to grow into his 6-foot-3 frame. He's seen as a bit more of a raw prospect, but the quick entry-level signing could mean the Ducks intend to expedite his journey through the system.

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  • Ducks' Robby Fabbri: Dealt to Anaheim

    Fabbri and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2025 were traded from the Red Wings to the Ducks on Wednesday in exchange for Gage Alexander.

    Fabbri enjoyed relatively good health in 2023-24, posting 32 points in 68 contests. The 28-year-old will still end up as a cap casualty for the Red Wings, as they moved his $4 million cap hit to Anaheim to clear space after signing Vladimir Tarasenko at a $4.5 million cap hit. Fabbri should contend for a middle-six role and power-play time with the Ducks.

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  • Ducks' Carson Meyer: Inks two-way contract

    Meyer (upper body) signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Ducks on Wednesday.

    Meyer had a goal and an assist in 14 contests with Columbus in 2023-24. He also recorded 22 goals and 37 points across 55 regular-season outings with AHL Cleveland. Meyer sustained an injury April 9 that prevented him from participating in Cleveland's playoff run. Assuming the 26-year-old is healthy, he'll likely start next season in the minors, but he has a real shot of getting promoted at various points during the campaign as an injury replacement.

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  • Ducks' Jansen Harkins: Joining Anaheim

    Harkins signed a two-year, $1.575 million contract with the Ducks on Tuesday.

    Harkins got into 45 games with the Penguins last year, but he was limited to four assists without scoring a goal on 37 shots. He also had 74 hits, offering modest physicality. He'll likely be ticketed for a bottom-six role with the Ducks, as the team should be able to fill out its top six with a mix of young and veteran talent.

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  • Ducks' Brian Dumoulin: Swapped for fourth-round pick

    Dumoulin was traded to the Ducks from the Kraken on Tuesday in a swap for a 2026 fourth-round selection.

    Dumoulin apparently has found himself as the odd man out after the Kraken signed Brandon Montour to a seven-year deal Monday. After spending his first 10 seasons with the Penguins, the veteran blueliner will now be on this third team in as many seasons after spending just one year in Seattle. While Dumoulin has reached the 20-point threshold twice in his career, that is certainly not the norm for the blueliner, who is more likely to offer between 15-20 points per season.

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  • Ducks' Brett Leason: Back in SoCal

    Leason signed a one-year, $1.05 million deal with Anaheim on Monday.

    Leason pocketed 11 goals and 22 points through 68 games with the Ducks last season. The 25-year-old winger should see bottom-six minutes again during the 2024-25 campaign.

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  • Ducks' Urho Vaakanainen: Staying with Anaheim

    Vaakanainen signed a one-year, $1.1 million deal with the Ducks on Monday.

    Vaakanainen scored 14 points in 68 games with the Ducks last season and did not receive a qualifying offer before hitting free agency. The 25-year-old should fill a bottom-four role during the 2024-25 campaign.

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  • Ducks' Isac Lundestrom: Lands one-year deal

    Lundestrom signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Ducks on Sunday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.

    Lundestrom didn't make his season debut until January and was limited to 46 games. He tallied 11 points while averaging 14:20 of ice time. The 24-year-old should maintain a bottom-six role during the upcoming season.

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  • Ducks' Tarin Smith: Latest defender to Orange County

    Smith was the 79th overall pick by the Ducks in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.

    The No. 20 overall pick by Everett in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft, Smith was a key cog for the Silvertips during his first CHL campaign. He posted 44 points in 67 games and finished the season with a plus-26 rating. Smith is a strong offensive player and an asset with the man advantage, but his skating is questionable, and his decision-making with the puck isn't the greatest. Still, with some size (6-foot-1) and legitimate skill to his game, Smith makes for a solid depth addition to a deep Anaheim prospect pool.

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  • Ducks' Ethan Procyszyn: Surprise Round 3 selection

    Procyszyn was the 68th overall pick by the Ducks in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.

    Procyszyn's offensive numbers this past season (15 goals, 36 points in 62 games) were underwhelming, but it's important to note he played on a loaded North Bay team. He's a big body (6-foot-2, 190 pounds), really competes, and has displayed an ability to contribute on both special teams, making him an intriguing long-term prospect, even if this seems a bit early in the draft for Procyszyn to have gone.

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  • Ducks' Maxim Masse: First pick of Round 3

    Masse was the 66th overall pick by the Ducks in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.

    The No. 3 overall pick in the 2022 QMJHL Entry Draft, Masse made an immediate impact for Chicoutimi two seasons ago, leading all newcomers in both goals (29) and points (62 in 65 games) while being named QMJHL Rookie of the Year. He took a step forward from a production standpoint in 2023-24 (36 goals, 75 points in 67 games), but not a massive one. Masse's work ethic is exceptional. He's constantly battling along the boards and in front of the net and typically emerges with the puck. His foot speed remains a work in progress, but there's an intriguing mix of size (6-foot-2), skill and compete level here. Masse is an exceptional depth addition to the Anaheim system.

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  • Ducks' Lucas Pettersson: Round 2 pick of Anaheim

    Pettersson was the 35th overall pick by the Ducks in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.

    Pettersson is a two-way center who plays an advanced game for his age, as evidenced by his five appearances for MoDo of the SHL this past season as a 17-year-old. He spent most of the year playing for their club in the Swedish Jr. league and dominated to the tune of 27 goals and 57 points in 44 games. A jack-of-all-trades and master of none, Pettersson has an outside chance of developing into a top-six center for the Ducks but can be more comfortably projected as an excellent future third-line pivot. He was a solid selection at this stage of Round 2.

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  • Ducks' Stian Solberg: Punishing defender quacks in 23rd

    Solberg was the 23rd overall pick by the Ducks at the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.

    Solberg is a punishing defender who's emerged as the top defender after the big six D in this year's draft. He's mean and strong, and sometimes takes it too far in one-on-one coverage. But he'll mature into a more controlled game as he develops, and his already strong closing skills are going to take a lot of forwards by surprise. Solberg has a decent shot, but his offensive upside is limited. He's exactly the kind of mobile rock that every NHL team covets. The Ducks see him as a left-side Radko Gudas, which means he'll be a favorite in Anaheim when he eventually arrives, but his fantasy upside is limited.

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  • Ducks' Beckett Sennecke: Big leap to third at draft

    Sennecke was the third overall pick by the Ducks in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.

    While some kids hit their growth spurt before high school, others, like Sennecke, grow almost five inches after they're eligible to get a driver's license. The winger now stands almost 6-foot-3 and finally found his game in the postseason. Sennecke exploded for 22 points in 16 playoff games for Oshawa (OHL), and his stock is trending way up. So much so that he catapulted from a likely 12-15 draft spot to No. 3.. Sennecke has game-breaking skill with the puck and a great shot and there are some who think he might end up at center. That's a tough transition, but the Ducks might try it given his size. His game needs to mature, but count on Sennecke to become a playmaking, second-line power winger once he grows into his new height.

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  • Ducks' Damian Clara: Signs entry-level contract

    Clara signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Anaheim on Monday.

    During the 2023-24 campaign, Clara posted a 25-8-0 record with a 2.23 GAA and a .913 save percentage in 34 regular-season appearances for Brynas IF of Sweden's HockeyAllsvenskan. He also posted a mark of 10-1 with a 1.68 GAA and a .931 save percentage in the postseason to promote Brynas to the SHL for 2024-25. Clara will probably return to Sweden next season. The Ducks selected the 19-year-old netminder with the No. 60 overall pick in the 2023 NHL Entry Draft.

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  • Ducks' Rodwin Dionicio: Secures ELC

    Dionicio signed a three-year, entry-level deal with the Ducks on Friday.

    Dionicio was a fifth-round pick in the 2023 NHL Entry Draft. In 60 OHL games with Saginaw and Windsor this season, he racked up 25 goals, 73 points and 108 PIM. He later added 17 points in 17 postseason appearances. Dionicio should spend next season with AHL San Diego with his eyes on an NHL debut in the relatively near future.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 2.46 3.55 17.9

Injuries

Player Injury
M. McTavish C Mason McTavish C Knee
P. Mintyukov D Pavel Mintyukov D Lower Body
B. McGinn LW Brock McGinn LW Back

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