The Anaheim DucksTM clinched their fourth consecutive Pacific Division title in the 2015-16 regular-season finale. In the 2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, they battled the Nashville Predators in First Round before suffering a Game 7 defeat.
This was the Ducks’ 12th playoff berth, their ninth in the past 11 years. Hatched in Orange County for the 1993-1994 season, the Ducks reached the Stanley Cup Finals in 2003 and 2007, defeating the Ottawa Senators for the 2007 crown.
In the 2015-16 season, the Ducks were led by three-time All-Star center Ryan Getzlaf (50 assists, 63 points), three-time All-Star forward and 2011 Hart Memorial Trophy winner Corey Perry (34 goals, 62 points), and second-line center Ryan Kesler (21 goals, 53 points). The Ducks (46-25-11) also ranked first in the league in power-play percentage (23.14) and penalty-killing (87.24).
2695 E. Katella Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92806
Buyout Capacity: 19,200
Opened in 1993, this premier sports and entertainment venue is home to the 2007 NHL Stanley Cup champion Anaheim Ducks™, AFL’s LA KISS and college basketball’s Wooden Legacy Classic. World-class acts such as Katy Perry, The Rolling Stones, The Who and Maroon 5 have performed here to sell-out crowds. The arena, which has a seating capacity ranging from 17,174 (hockey) to 18,900 (center-stage configuration), is equipped with Cisco’s state-of-the-art StadiumVision platform, incorporating 500 HD monitors and a 27-by-47-foot scoreboard that provides the highest definition picture available in any North American venue. Honda Center also features its 7,000-seat Theatre; its 15,000 square-foot Shock Top Terrace indoor/outdoor entertainment space with a 250-seat, full-service restaurant and chef-inspired menu; the Standing ‘O’ and Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Club restaurants; and two function rooms (Vista Room and Board Room) for private meetings or luncheons.