Fans can purchase $27 tickets by visiting AnaheimDucks.com/tickets and entering the promotional code, “SCOTT” for Nov. 22 single-game tickets. Applicable sections include Terrace Center Upper, Terrace Goal East/West and Terrace Value East/West. Please note there is an eight ticket maximum purchase limit per person. Fans attending the game can look forward to a Scott Niedermayer honorary puck drop and video presentations throughout the game featuring great moments from his career. A Scott Niedermayer “Wall of Honor” will be on display at Section 212, featuring various highlights throughout his career. Upon exiting the building, each fan will receive a Scott Niedermayer commemorative poster presented by Fox Sports Prime Ticket, highlighting his career achievements and accolades. Fans can purchase opportunity drawing tickets at Section 212 during the game for the chance to win a poster autographed by Scott Niedermayer. Proceeds from the opportunity drawing will benefit the Anaheim Ducks Foundation.
Niedermayer led the Ducks to their first Stanley Cup in 2007, winning the Conn Smythe Trophy. He played five seasons with the Anaheim Ducks, scoring 60-204=264 points over 371 contests. He is the Ducks all-time leader in goals, assists, points and power-play goals (39) among club defensemen. Niedermayer joins former forwards Jari Kurri (1996-97) and Adam Oates (2003-04) as the only members of the HHOF to compete in an Anaheim uniform. Signed as a free agent on Aug. 4, 2005 and named the sixth captain in club history on Oct. 3, 2005, Niedermayer retired from professional hockey on June 22, 2010 after five seasons with the Ducks.
Niedermayer scored 172-568=740 points with a +167 rating in 1,263 games over 18 NHL seasons with the Ducks and New Jersey Devils. Niedermayer is the only player in hockey history to have won a Stanley Cup, Olympic gold medal, World Championship, World Cup, Memorial Cup and World Junior title. In addition, Niedermayer is the only player in hockey history to have won a combination of four Stanley Cups and two gold medals. He won the James Norris Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s top defenseman following the 2003-04 season and was named a finalist the following two years. He was also named an NHL All-Star six times during his NHL career (1998, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2009).
A native of Cranbrook, British Columbia, Niedermayer captained Team Canada to the gold medal at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. He won his first Olympic gold medal at the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City. In international competition, Niedermayer also won gold with Canada at the 2004 World Championship, the 2004 World Cup and 1991 World Junior Championship.