The Ducks have recalled centers Joseph Cramarossa and Michael Sgarbossa, and defenseman Shea Theodore from the San Diego Gulls, Anaheim's primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL). In addition, the Ducks have assigned left wing Mason Raymond, right wing Nick Sorensen and defenseman Jacob Larsson to San Diego.
Cramarossa, 23 (10/26/92), was scoreless in two games with San Diego this season after recording one goal (1-0=1) in four preseason appearances with Anaheim. Selected by Anaheim in the third round (65th overall) of the 2011 NHL Draft, Cramarossa has totaled 17-14=31 points in 164 career AHL games with San Diego and the Norfolk Admirals.
Sgarbossa, 24 (7/25/92), has recorded one goal (1-0=1) in two games with the Gulls this season after registering 1-1=2 points in four preseason contests with the Ducks. Acquired from Colorado on Mar. 2, 2015, Sgarbossa made his Anaheim debut in 2015-16, going scoreless in one game on Apr. 9 at Colorado.
Theodore, 21 (8/3/95), has recorded 0-2=2 points in two games with San Diego this season after going scoreless in four exhibition games with Anaheim. Selected by Anaheim in the first round (26th overall) of the 2013 NHL Draft, Theodore made his NHL debut with the Ducks in 2015-16, registering 3-5=8 points with a +7 rating in 19 games. Theodore also appeared in six Stanley Cup Playoff games during Anaheim's opening-round series against Nashville.
Raymond, 31 (9/17/85), was scoreless in four appearances with Anaheim this season. Signed as a free agent on July 5, 2016, Raymond has recorded 115-136=251 points in 546 career NHL games.
Sorensen, 21 (10/23/94), made his NHL debut with Anaheim on Oct. 13 against Dallas. He recorded his first NHL point with an assist on the Ducks' game-winning goal on Oct. 20 in Philadelphia. Selected by Anaheim in the second round (45th overall) of the 2013 NHL Draft, Sorensen played the last two seasons with Skelleftea and Linkoping of the Swedish Hockey League.
Larsson, 19 (4/29/97), made his NHL debut with Anaheim on Oct. 13 against Dallas, becoming the fourth youngest Duck (19 years, five months, 15 days) to play in an NHL game. He was scoreless in four appearances with Anaheim. Selected by Anaheim in the first round (27th