1996-97 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim Roster

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 36-33-13 - 85 points
Finishing 2nd in the NHL's Pacific Division
Postseason: 4-7
Lost NHL conference semi-finals
Conference Quarter-Finals - Defeated Phoenix Coyotes 4-3
Conference Semi-Finals - Lost to Detroit Red Wings 4-0
Coach: Ron Wilson (36-33-13)
Location: Anaheim, California
1996-97 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim Statistics
1996-97 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim Results

The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim of the National Hockey League ended the 1996-97 season with a record of 36 wins and 33 losses and 13 ties for 85 points, finishing second in the NHL's Pacific Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 4-7.

The Mighty Ducks of scored 245 goals and surrendered 233. Teemu Selanne netted 51 goals for Anaheim, while Paul Kariya tallied 30 or more, too. Teemu Selanne contributed 58 assists. Guy Hebert earned 29 wins in front of the net for the squad and a team-best 2.67 goals against average, leading regularly-used goaltenders.

Ron Wilson coached the team. The 1996-97 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim lost in the NHL conference semi-finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight S/C Hometown
Shawn AntoskiLMarch 25, 19706'4"235LBrantford, ON Canada
Frank BanhamRApril 14, 19756'0"190RCalahoo, AB Canada
Ken BaumgartnerLMarch 11, 19666'1"205LFlin Flon, MB Canada
Brian BellowsLSeptember 1, 19645'11"210RSt. Catharines, ON Canada
J.J. DaigneaultDOctober 12, 19655'10"192LMontreal, QC Canada
Bobby DollasDJanuary 31, 19656'2"212LMontreal, QC Canada
Ted DruryCSeptember 13, 19716'2"210LBoston, MA USA
Guy HebertGJanuary 7, 19675'11"186LTroy, NY USA
Alex HicksLSeptember 4, 19696'0"190LCalgary, AB Canada
Mark JanssensCMay 19, 19686'3"212LSurrey, BC Canada
Jean-Francois JompheCDecember 28, 19726'1"195LHavre St. Pierre, QC Canada
Paul KariyaLOctober 16, 19745'10"176LVancouver, BC Canada
Dave KarpaDMay 7, 19716'1"210RRegina, SK Canada
Valeri KarpovLAugust 5, 19715'10"176LChelyabinsk, Russia
Jari KurriRMay 18, 19606'0"194RHelsinki, Finland
Peter LeBoutillierRJanuary 11, 19756'1"190RMinnedosa, MB Canada
Mike LeclercLNovember 10, 19766'2"208LWinnipeg, MB Canada
Jason MarshallDFebruary 22, 19716'2"200RCranbrook, BC Canada
Dmitri MironovDDecember 25, 19656'4"224RMoscow, Russia
Barry NieckarLDecember 16, 19676'3"205LRama, SK Canada
Igor NikulinRAugust 26, 19726'1"200LCherepovets, Russia
Mike O'NeillGNovember 3, 19675'7"155LMontreal, QC Canada
Roman OksiutaRAugust 21, 19706'3"230LMurmansk, Russia
Fredrik OlaussonDOctober 5, 19666'2"198RDadesjo, Sweden
Richard ParkCMay 27, 19765'11"190RSeoul, South Korea
Adrien PlavsicDJanuary 13, 19706'1"200LMontreal, QC Canada
Sean ProngerCNovember 30, 19726'3"209LThunder Bay, ON Canada
Craig ReichertRMay 11, 19746'1"200RWinnipeg, MB Canada
Steve RucchinCJuly 4, 19716'2"210LThunder Bay, ON Canada
Warren RychelLMay 12, 19676'0"205LTecumseh, ON Canada
Joe SaccoRFebruary 4, 19696'1"190RMedford, MA USA
Ruslan SaleiDNovember 2, 19746'1"212LMinsk, Belarus
Teemu SelanneRJuly 3, 19706'0"204RHelsinki, Finland
Mikhail ShtalenkovGOctober 20, 19656'2"185LMoscow, Russia
Jeremy StevensonLJuly 28, 19746'1"215LSan Bernardino, CA USA
Kevin ToddCMay 4, 19685'10"180LWinnipeg, MB Canada
Dan TrebilDApril 10, 19746'3"210RBloomington, MN USA
Nikolai TsulyginDMay 29, 19756'3"210RUfa, Russia
Garry ValkLNovember 27, 19676'1"200LEdmonton, AB Canada
Darren Van ImpeDMay 18, 19736'1"205LSaskatoon, SK Canada


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