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Jr. Ducks' Jackson Niedermayer commits to Arizona State

by Chris Bayee / AnaheimDucks.com

One month to the day before the Anaheim Ducks retire his father Scott's jersey, longtime Anaheim Jr. Duck Jackson Niedermayer committed to play college hockey at Arizona State.

Jackson is the 21st player with ties to the Jr. Ducks to make an NCAA Division I commitment in the past five seasons, and he becomes the eighth player from the 2001 birth year team - coached by his father and Craig Johnson - to commit.

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O'Ree Delivers Message of Overcoming Adversity Through S.C.O.R.E. Program

by Jenelyn Russo / Special to AnaheimDucks.com

Fresh off his Hockey Hall of Fame induction in Toronto last month, NHL Diversity Ambassador Willie O'Ree was back in SoCal last week to partner with the Anaheim Ducks S.C.O.R.E. Program in delivering his message of overcoming adversity.

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Ex-Jr. Duck Johnson helps Team USA win gold in World Jr. A Challenge

by Chris Bayee / Special to AnaheimDucks.com

Ryan Johnson likes to let his play speak for itself.

The message from the longtime Anaheim Jr. Ducks defenseman is coming through loud and clear this season.

Johnson helped Team USA defeat Russia, 2-0, on Sunday for the gold medal at the World Junior A Challenge at Bonnyville, Alberta. That came one day after he was selected the U.S. Player of the Game after a 3-2 overtime victory against Canada West in the semifinals.

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Ducks Players Bring Joy, Boost Spirits in Annual Visit to CHOC Children's

by Jenelyn Russo / Special to AnaheimDucks.com

Caedmon Blake could never have imagined his day at CHOC Children's last week would bring him face to face with some hockey heroes from his favorite sport.

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Ducks Take Students from The Wooden Floor on Holiday Shopping Spree

Several players shopped with 15 kids from the Santa Ana-based nonprofit organization at Target Irvine Spectrum

by Jenelyn Russo @JenelynRusso / AnaheimDucks.com

As 12-year-old Giannkarlo Cervantes stood in front of the many jeans options Target has to offer, he looked to his new friend, Ducks winger Carter Rowney, for advice.

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Ducks, City of Anaheim Agree to Extend Partnership Through at Least 2048

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

On Tuesday night, the Anaheim City Council passed a multi-faceted agreement that includes extending the partnership between the National Hockey League's Anaheim Ducks and the City of Anaheim for at least 25 more years. The deal solidifies the Ducks continued commitment to the city through at least 2048 (five years remaining on initial agreement). As part of the agreement, the team's name will remain the "Anaheim Ducks" for the duration of the partnership.

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Eaves, Street Take Part in Reading is the Goal Day at Lincoln Elementary

by Adam Brady @AdamJBrady / AnaheimDucks.com

Ducks forwards Patrick Eaves and Ben Street spent last Thursday morning focused on puck movement and skating drills during a morning practice at Honda Center, but in the afternoon their concentration shifted to Chester's loyalty to the Icehogs.  

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Ducks Establish Fund in Honor of Kariya, Niedermayer Retirement Nights

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

As part of the 25th Anniversary Season presented by UCI Health, the Ducks will establish the 9|27 Fund in honor of Paul Kariya and Scott Niedermayer's Jersey Retirement Nights. The 9|27 Fund will be comprised of the net proceeds from special Kariya and Niedermayer merchandise available exclusively at Honda Center (debuting on each players' respective game nights), as well as the Anaheim Ducks Foundation 50/50 raffle proceeds from both retirement nights and additional miscellaneous fundraising.

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Lucky 50/50 Winners Know Exactly How They Will Spend the Winnings

Grant and Tara Harris will use the money to pay off the medical bills of their six-month-old son, Kaden

by Adam Brady @AdamJBrady / AnaheimDucks.com

As he does at every Ducks game he attends, Grant Harris bought $40 worth of 50/50 Raffle tickets Monday night before taking his familiar spot in row S of section 222 at Honda Center.

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The Rinks Prove Anything Boys Can Do, Girls Can Do, Too

by Rinks Staff / The Rinks

We all know that hockey is growing in Southern California but the one thing that you may not notice is how much of that growth is from female hockey players.

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