ANAHEIM -- The transition back to Anaheim was seemingly seamless for Dustin Penner.
He already lived in Newport Beach, and he obviously was familiar with the Ducks, from some of the players to the traveling secretary and others in the organization.
There was just one hiccup, though, and it concerned whether Penner will be in charge of the music in the locker room.
"That's the only thing I'm kind of worried about, because I don't want to come in too strong with that, so I'm going to slowly, subconsciously sneak it in," Penner said.
Penner prefers house music, that thumping rave-style beat he personally chose for pregame warmups at Staples Center during his time with the Los Angeles Kings. That won't go over too well with Anaheim captain Ryan Getzlaf, who digs country.