For fans of the NHL today, it is hard to believe that the Anaheim Ducks have only be a part of the professional hockey league since 1993. This is because in their short time as an organization they have already left a big impact on the league today. When the team was first founded by the Disney Corporation in the early 90s and named “The Mighty Ducks” after the hit children’s movie; many did not know what to expect from this team. However in their first season the Ducks proved to be one of the most talented, hard hitting and offensively successful teams in the organization and continued on building that reputation within the leagues for years to come.
Today the team is a regular participant in the playoff race for the Stanley Cup season after season and are known for consistently making playoff appearances and having winning seasons to their name. They are current proud members of the highly competitive Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the NHL. During their rather short time as an organization the team has built a long and impressive resume as an organization. This resume includes numerous division championships, a Western Conference championship, a Stanley Cup title and big name players like Steven Rucchin, Teemu Selanne and Paul Kariya.
Players like this have helped the Ducks develop a reputation for having one of the most talented offensive lines season after season in the NHL. They are also known for consistently having one of the most talented rosters of young and promising players in the league; something that has made the Ducks a team to watch season after season.
The Anaheim Ducks are also known for being one of the most exciting teams to watch play live. Those who are looking to find this opportunity to see the Ducks take the ice can find the team at their home arena; the Honda Center. This Anaheim, California arena can hold more than 17,000 fans for each home game and spectators can expect that all of these home events will include sold out crowds and thousands of excited fans just waiting to cheer the team on to another successful season.