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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Ryan Miller

Miller had a very strong season in his first go-round in the Anaheim net

by Adam Brady @AdamJBrady / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season less than two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Next up is goalie Ryan Miller.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Ondrej Kase

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season less than two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Next up is forward Ondrej Kase.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Ryan Kesler

Last season proved Ryan Kesler remains among the toughest competitors in the National Hockey League.

by AJ Manderichio @AJManderichio / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season roughly two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Next up is Ryan Kesler.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Brandon Montour

The defenseman took yet another exciting step forward in his sophomore season.

by AJ Manderichio @AJManderichio / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season roughly two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Next up is Brandon Montour.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Ryan Getzlaf

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season roughly two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Next up is captain Ryan Getzlaf.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Adam Henrique

The veteran center provided a spark immediately after coming to Anaheim from New Jersey, and the Ducks rewarded him with a long-term deal this summer

by Adam Brady @AdamJBrady / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season roughly two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Next up is center Adam Henrique.

The first half of the 2017-18 Ducks season will be remembered as a difficult one, punctuated by a litany of injuries that had the Ducks leading the NHL in man games lost by a significant margin. The struggle was reflected in the team's performance on the ice, as Anaheim got off to a middling 14-13-8 start over the first 35 games that had the club in danger of missing the postseason for the first time since 2012.

But there was one move in late November of that year that proved to be a shot in the arm for the Ducks, not to mention arguably the best acquisition of the NHL season. On November 30, Anaheim acquired centers Adam Henrique, prospect Joseph Blandisi and a 2018 third-round draft pick from New Jersey in a trade that sent defenseman Sami Vatanen and a conditional draft pick to the Devils. As a talented and likeable young defenseman that came up through the Ducks system, Vatanen was a tough one to depart with. But in Henrique the Ducks brought in a dynamic young center that was desperately needed with a depletion at that position, notably with veteran Ryan Kesler missing half the season with a hip injury.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Corey Perry

In another up-and-down season, Corey Perry reminded everyone why he remains one of the better offensive forwards in hockey.

by AJ Manderichio @AJManderichio / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season roughly two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Next up is right wing and alternate captain Corey Perry.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Andrew Cogliano

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season roughly two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Next up is left wing Andrew Cogliano.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Korbinian Holzer

by AJ Manderichio @AJManderichio / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season roughly two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. We continue the series with defenseman Korbinian Holzer.

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Ducks 2017-18 Player Review - Cam Fowler

by Kyle Shohara @kyleshohara / AnaheimDucks.com

With the upcoming season roughly two months away, AnaheimDucks.com is featuring a different Ducks player throughout the month of August (in numerical order). This annual Player Review series will highlight key stats while also keeping an eye on the 2018-19 campaign. Opening this series is defenseman Cam Fowler.

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