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Anaheim Ducks professional team of ice hockey team based in Anaheim,California, USA. They are members of the Western Conference Pacific Division of the National Hockey League (NHL). Since its inception, Ducks play their home games at Honda Center.The club was founded in 1993, The Walt Disney Company as the Mighty Ducks in Anaheim, a name based on the 1992 film The Mighty Ducks. Disney sold the franchise in 2005, Henry & Susan Samueli, who changed the team name to Anaheim Ducks before the 2006-07 season. In its 15 years of its existence, the Anaheim Ducks tickets have seven times the playoffs, winning a Pacific Division title (2007), two Western Conference (2003 and 2007) and the Stanley Cup championship (in 2007). Ducks selected Paul Kariya fourth overall in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. He was the star of the franchise for many years later. The team selected Steve Rucchin, which followed the second team as a whole in 1994 Supplemental draft. After the first two years, the ducks never made it to the Playoffs Stanley Cup. In the middle of the third year acquired the rights to winger ducks, which will complement their left winger Paul Kariya. February 7, 1996, the group made a blockbuster deal with the Winnipeg Jets. Ducks sent Chad Kilger, Oleg Tverdovsky, and a third-round pick to aircraft in exchange for Marc Chouinard, a fourth-round draft Pick, right winger Teemu Selänne. These three players have become one of the most powerful lines of his time, adding to their success and, possibly, going to the playoffs.Anaheim Ducks event reached Postseason for the first time during the 1996-97 NHL season where they won the first round of the playoffs in franchise history against the Phoenix Coyotes. Nevertheless, in the second round they lost to the Detroit Red Wings in a four-game sweep. Ducks missed the playoffs in 1998, but after it was up to 6 th place finish in the Western Conference in the 1998-99 NHL season, but were again covered by the Detroit Red Wings, this time at the first stage.