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Sutter named adviser to Ducks coaching staff

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Darryl Sutter was named an adviser to the Anaheim Ducks coaching staff Tuesday.

The 60-year-old won the Stanley Cup twice as coach of the Los Angeles Kings (2012, 2014) and was 225-147-53 over six seasons.

Anaheim (35-37-10) finished sixth in the Pacific Division last season and named Dallas Eakins coach on June 17. Randy Carlyle was fired Feb. 10 and replaced by Ducks general manager Bob Murray. 

Sutter has coached the Calgary Flames (2002-06), San Jose Sharks (1997-2002) and Chicago Blackhawks (1992-95). He helped the Flames reach the Stanley Cup Final in 2004, when they lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning in seven games. 

Sutter played 406 NHL games as a forward with Chicago (161 goals, 118 assists) and was captain from 1982-85 and again during in 1986-87.

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