The Ducks signed Jamie Drysdale to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Ducks have signed Jacob Perreault to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Ducks have signed Andy Welinski to a one-year deal worth $750K.
Welinski played the entire 2020 campaign in Lehigh Valley (AHL), where he had eight goals and 13 assists (21 points) in 42 games. Welinski has only appeared in 33 NHL games since being drafted in the third-round in 2011. After one year in the Flyers organization, Welinski returns to the Ducks and likely the San Diego Gulls (AHL).
The Ducks have signed Kevin Shattenkirk to a three-year deal worth $11.7 million ($3.9M AAV).
Shattenkirk was bought out by the Rangers prior to the 2020 season, allowing him to signed a one-year deal with the Lightning. Shattenkirk was able to build his value back up while winning a Stanley Cup, posting 47 points (11G / 36A) in 92 combined regular season and playoff games. In Anaheim he'll play in the top-4 with either Hampus Lindholm or Cam Fowler and should see ample PP exposure.
The Ducks have signed Derek Grant to a three-year contract worth $4.5 million ($1.5M AAV).
This will be Gran't third stint with the Ducks, returning after flipping him to the Flyers at last year's trade deadline. Grant is coming off of a career-high 25 points (15G / 10A) in 56 games and will be a fourth-line option for the Ducks in 2021.
Grant will not be in the Flyers lineup for Game 7.
The Ducks have signed Jacob Larsson to a two-year, $2.4 million ($1.2 million AAV) contract extension.
The Ducks have signed Jacob Larsson to a two-year contract extension worth $2.4 million ($1.2M AAV).
The Ducks have signed Sonny Milano to a two-year, $3.4 million ($1.7 million AAV) contract extension.
The Ducks have signed Troy Terry to a three-year extension worth $4.35 million ($1.45M AAV).
The Ducks have signed Kodie Curran to a two-year contract worth $2 million ($1 million AAV).
The Ducks have signed Brendan Guhle to a two-year, $1.6 million contract extension ($800k AAV).
Guhle, who was acquired from Buffalo last February as a part of the Brandon Montour trade, split his time evenly between the AHL and NHL in 2019-20. During his time with Anaheim, he had four goals and four assists (eight points) in 30 games. With the San Diego Gulls, he was second among team defensemen with 14 points (4G / 10A) despite only appearing in 27 games. He should be a full-time NHLer in 2021 as the Ducks continue to rebuild their once promising blueline.
The Ducks have signed Sam Carrick to a one-year contract extension worth $700K.
After spending the first seven years of his career in the Maple Leafs organization, Carrick has been with the Ducks since 2016-17. In that time, he has appeared in just 15 NHL games, amassing one goal and two assists. However, he has been prolific at the AHL-level, leading the team in points (61) last year and was leading San Diego in goals (23) and points (43) in 46 games before this year was paused.
The Ducks have signed Christian Djoos to a one-year contract extension worth $1 million.
Djoos opened the 2020 campaign with the Hershey Bears (AHL) where he had 32 points (5G / 27A) in 42 games. In late-February he was dealt to the Ducks for Daniel Sprong and he registered one goal and two assists while playing 21:22 ATOI in nine games with the Ducks before the season was paused.
The Ducks have signed Jani Hakanpaa to a one-year contract extension worth $750k.
Hakanpaa signed a one-year deal at the start of 2019-20 following four years in the Finnish Elite League. The former Blues fourth-round pick spent most of the season in the AHL, where he had one goal and 12 assists (14 points) in 47 games. During a brief audition with the Ducks, Hakanpaa had one goal while playing 18:07 ATOI in five games.
The Ducks signed Roman Durny to a two-year, entry-level contract.
Durny was a fifth-round pick (No.147 overall) in 2018 and spent last year with the Norfolk Admirals (ECHL). The 21-year-old netmindner went 3-10-0 with a 4.02 GAA and .881 SV% in 13 ECHL games.