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Ducks send down Ryan and recall King and Miller from Portland @NHL

ANAHEIM, Calif. - The Anaheim Ducks assigned Bobby Ryan, the second overall pick in the 2005 NHL draft behind Sidney Crosby, to their AHL affiliate Portland on Saturday.

They also recalled right-winger Jason King and left-winger Drew Miller from the Pirates.

Ryan, 20, scored a goal in four regular-season games with the Ducks. He also had a goal and five assists in four pre-season games to lead the team in points.

King, 26, scored two goals in Portland's season opener Friday. He had two goals and an assist in four pre-season games with the Ducks.

Miller, 23, didn't record a point in the Pirates' opener and had one goal in three exhibition games for Anaheim.

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