from Lance Pugmire of the LA Times,
Ducks General Manager Bob Murray told reporters the day after NHL players officially ratified their new labor deal that he's planning to meet soon with the respective agents for Perry (the Newport Sports Group) and Getzlaf (Steve Kotlowitz) to attempt to extend the players' contracts.
Both players will become unrestricted free agents after this season if talks with the Ducks don't produce a deal.
"It's my priority," Murray said. "They've been Anaheim Ducks from the start. I love those guys. Both agents will come in during the next two weeks and we'll do everything we can to sign them."...
Murray added that past talk of left wing Bobby Ryan being on the trade block is now a "non-issue," with the team encouraged by the contributions of new defensemen Sheldon Souray and Bryan Allen.