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If last season showed Anaheim fans anything, it was that they are a whole lot better off under head coach Bruce Boudreau than they were without him. The 2011-12 season may have been a disappointing one for the Ducks as they finished last in the Pacific, but it did give fans a sense of confidence. There might not be anything positive to say about the first half of last season but the second half saw an aggressive, talented the Ducks’ team that benefited from Boudreau’s guidance after hiring him mid-season. In fact, the last minute turnaround may be a sign that the Ducks can put the all frustration behind them and bounce back in the 2013 NHL season. Players most likely to improve include Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf, both having underperformed last season and will enter the last year of their contracts. Defensemen Cam Fowler, Toni Lydman and Francois Beauchemin will be joined by newly signed Sheldon Souray and Bryan Allen, adding lots strength and size to the Ducks’ blue line. Teemu Selanne alongside Perry and Getzlaf on the power play unit will be frightening sight for any penalty-killing unit. A full season under Boudreau could be just what the Ducks need to bounce back and his immediate impact midway through last season seems to support that belief. Don’t miss the Anaheim Ducks’ 2013 NHL season by getting your tickets from your guy at Gold Coast Tickets today! The Anaheim Ducks are based in Anaheim, California and play hockey in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The Ducks joined the league in 1993 as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, a name based on the Disney film The Mighty Ducks. Disney originally owned the franchise but sold it in 2005 to Henry and Susan Samueli, who changed the name to the Anaheim Ducks. In their 19-year existence, they have advanced to the playoffs 8 times, won the Pacific Division once, the Western Conference Championship twice, and the Stanley Cup once in 2007. Some of the best players to ever play in Anaheim include Jari Kurri and Adam Oates, both Hall Of Famers. The Ducks play their home games at the Honda Center, often called “The Duck Pond” by fans. Some of the Ducks’ most heated rivalries are shared with the L.A. Kings and San Jose Sharks, two other teams based in California. For more information on the Anaheim Ducks and their 2013 NHL season, visit their website at: http://ducks.nhl.com/