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Ducks Olympians Featured on Special Edition of The Element

by Staff Writer / Anaheim Ducks
The Ducks announced today that The Element, a television program that covers the happenings in and around Honda Center, will host an exclusive Olympic edition of the bi-monthly, half-hour show this Thursday at the Hilton Anaheim at noon.

All seven Anaheim Ducks players on the current roster who competed in the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver will serve as guests for the show, which will be taped in front of a live studio audience (players will be wearing their medals). The Element personalities Skylar Cuarisma and Kent French will host an informal question and answer session as the Ducks Olympians reflect on their time in Vancouver. Thursday’s live taping, which will be held in the Hilton Anaheim’s Mix Lounge, is open to the public.

Thursday’s show will feature Team Canada gold medalists Scott Niedermayer, Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry; Team USA silver medalist Bobby Ryan; Team Finland bronze medalists Saku Koivu and Teemu Selanne; and Team Switzerland goaltender Jonas Hiller. Anaheim Ducks players combined for seven medals at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, the most in the NHL (San Jose was second with five). The seven medals also tied the most ever by an NHL team (1998 Penguins and 2002 Red Wings).

Seven Anaheim Ducks Olympians, Ducks mascot Wild Wing and members of the Power Player squad
(Fans are welcome to bring their personal cameras)

Mix Lounge (within the lobby) at Hilton Anaheim
777 Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802

Thursday at noon
(Fans are encouraged to arrive early for the best viewing)

An exclusive Olympic edition of The Element that will be taped in front of a live studio audience hosted by Skylar Cuarisma and Kent French

About The Element
The Element is a half-hour show available in over 6 million households in Southern California, which works as a promotions vehicle for the Anaheim Ducks and the artists/entertainers who perform at Honda Center. The format for each 30-minute episode is magazine style with features and “behind the scenes” glimpses for viewers. The goal of the show is to highlight the incredible array of events at Honda Center, while extending each performer’s appearance in the Southern California market, giving them another platform to promote new products or soon-to-be released work. The result is a positive reflection of the hockey team, artists and the facility.
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