The Ducks will play their 1,000th all-time regular season game in Anaheim on Thursday, Nov. 14 vs. San Jose at Honda Center. After the National Hockey League awarded Anaheim and the Walt Disney Company a franchise on Dec. 10, 1992, the Ducks hosted their first ever game in Anaheim on Oct. 8, 1993 vs. Detroit. Over the last 26 years and through 999 games at Honda Center, the Ducks have posted a 537-329-133 all-time record (excluding "home" neutral site games).
Anaheim's first win in club history came in Anaheim on Oct. 13, 1993 vs. Edmonton (4-3). The Ducks posted their 500th all-time win at Honda Center with a 4-3 shootout decision over the Winnipeg Jets on Jan. 25, 2018, reaching the milestone victory in their 932nd all-time game in Anaheim.
The Ducks are commemorating the 1,000th regular season game in Anaheim by offering a special 1993 ticket price of $22 in select locations and a hot dog and 16 oz. beer combo for $10.
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* Valid ID required for beer/hot dog combo purchase (limit 2 per person). Combo available at all Classics locations (outside sections 212, 219, 402, 415, 424, 437).