The Ducks made two roster moves this morning involving left winger Mason Raymond and defenseman Jacob Larsson.
The recently reassigned Raymond did not report to the San Diego Gulls (Anaheim's AHL affiliate) for family reasons. The Ducks organization supports Raymond's decision, and he has been released him from his contract.
The 31-year-old Raymond was signed by the Ducks to a one-year contract on July 5 and was scoreless in four games with Anaheim this season. Raymond has 115-136=251 points in 546 career games with Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary and Anaheim.
Larsson, meanwhile, has been returned to his club in Sweden (Frolunda of Swedish Hockey League). The 19-year-old was selected 27th overall by the Ducks in the 2015 NHL Draft. He signed a three-year entry level contract with the Ducks in May and was scoreless in four games with Anaheim this season.