Fans are hoping new head coach Dallas Eakins, who had success with the club’s AHL team in San Diego, can get the Ducks back into contention in the Western Conference.
There’s plenty of veteran talent on the team, including Ryan Getzlaf, Adam Henrique, and Jacob Silfverberg, but they did say goodbye to former Hart Trophy winner Corey Perry, who signed with Dallas this offseason after being bought out from his contract. Young center Sam Steel is expected to create some big moments in his first full NHL season.
Much of the fate of the Ducks this year will lie at the pads and glove of 26-year-old goaltender John Gibson. He averaged under three goals a game last season, and Gibson was second in the league in goals saved above average (37.6).
The Honda Center has been home to the Ducks for over 25 years, but it is constantly being upgraded to provide Ducks fans with a world-class experience. You can see for yourself by enjoying one of the many premium seating experiences the Ducks offer.
Ducks Party Suites hold up to 40 people and give you access to the club level lounge, a VIP arena entrance, and up to four parking passes. Luxury suites give you more of an intimate experience and waiter service with premium menu items, plus all of the perks included in the Party Suites.