Found October 14, 2013 on On the Duck Pond:
Too bad it can't be throwback night every night.  On Sunday evening, the Ducks lived up to their original Mighty name and defeated the Ottawa Senators 4-1. From honoring fifteen players from the original Ducks team that took the ice on October 8, 1993, to the retro uniforms, to the $0.93 sodas, popcorn and cupcakes, everything felt fun and festive.  Watching the Ducks manhandle the Senators made the evening that much more enjoyable.  "They’re nice," said Corey Perry about the original logo uniforms in eggplant and jade.  "This is what I was drafted in, and this is what I wore in my first year. It’s nice and exciting to come back to your roots." The Ducks came back to their roots and then shot right of the gate like a bat out of hell, minus the flames.  Perry scored :27 seconds into the game.  Ryan Getzlaf made it 2-0 at 4:06 after several excellent scoring chances by the team.  Already being outshot 9 - 3, Ottawa took their timeout and switche...
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