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The Anaheim Ducks are going back to their roots in for the team's 20th anniversary. For one night, the team will sport it's original name: The Mighty Ducks.
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In case you hadn’t heard, the Anaheim Ducks will be wearing their throwback Mighty Ducks sweaters this Sunday for the first time since 2005, when the team was bought by new ownership. Jonas Hiller will be breaking out a special goalie mask to celebrate the occasion, and that mask is pictured above. It’s awesome, right ?Yeah, yeah it is. The post Jonas Hiller’s throwback Mighty...
In case you hadn’t heard, the Anaheim Ducks will be wearing their throwback Mighty Ducks sweaters this Sunday for the first time since 2005, when the team was bought by new ownership.
Jonas Hiller will be breaking out a special goalie mask to celebrate the occasion, and that mask is pictured above. It’s awesome, right ?Yeah, yeah it is.
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ANAHEIM, Calif. – The Anaheim Ducks will celebrate “Throwback Night” this Sunday vs. Ottawa (5 p.m.), commemorating the club’s 20th anniversary season. Fourteen players from the original 1993 Mighty Ducks squad (complete list of attending players below) will be on hand and sign autographs for fans during both intermissions this Sunday.. The franchise is celebrating 20 years...
This Sunday, the Anaheim Ducks will honor their 20th anniversary by wearing their old Anaheim Mighty Ducks uniforms. Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller unveiled this amazing throwback mask, complete with Wild Wing on the side. It’s really too bad that Disney sold the team and they got rid of these timeless uniforms.
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