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This Week in Ducks History: Trades, Trades, Trades

Trade deadlines kind of suck... This week in history, the Ducks traded away Teemu Selanne, and Sammy Pahlsson and acquired Jeff Friesen TWICE! At least we got rid of Ryan Whitney for Lubo Visnovsky.

One day we'll have to say goodbye to Teemu for good.  This Week in Ducks History we did it for the first time.
One day we'll have to say goodbye to Teemu for good. This Week in Ducks History we did it for the first time.
Marianne Helm

This Week in Ducks History:

Mar. 5, 1962
C Anatoli Semenov born in Moscow, USSR (Russia)

Mar. 4, 1975
C Antti Aalto born in Lappeenranta, Finland

Mar. 4, 1975
RW Ladislav Kohn born in Uherske Hradiste, Czechoslovakia (Czech Republic)

Mar. 7, 1979
LW Maxim Balmochnykh born in Lipetskti, USSR (Russia)

Mar. 6, 1985
C Daniel Winnik born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Mar. 3, 1986
D Brett Festerling born in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Mar. 4, 1994
Set the franchise record of six power play attempts (1-for-6) in the third period of a 4-1 victory over Edmonton.

Mar. 8, 1995
Acquired D Milos Holan from the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for C Anatoli Semenov.

... and Acquired D David Karpa from the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for a conditional pick in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.

Mar. 9, 1995
Paul Kariya set Ducks rookie record with two power play goals in one game (4-4 tie with Detroit). His feat was matched in 2005 by Dustin Penner.

Mar. 8, 1996
Acquired G Mike Torchia from the Washington Capitals in exchange for LW Todd Krygier.

Mar. 9, 1997
Paul Kariya scored a goal eight seconds into a 2-2 tie with Colorado, for the fastest goal to start a game in Ducks History.

Mar. 7, 1999
Set franchise record seven game winning streak with a 3-1 win over Detroit. The streak started Feb. 20 with a 5-1 win in Vancouver and officially ended with a 4-4 tie against the Canucks on Mar. 10.

Mar. 5, 2001
Acquired LW Jeff Friesen, G Steve Shields and future considerations from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for RW Teemu Selanne. BOOOOOOOOO!

Mar. 9, 2001
Paul Kariya scored two goals in a 3-1 win over Chicago, to set the franchise record of three straight multi-goal games. On the streak Kariya had six total goals, one assist and four of the goals came in his first two post-Teemu games. The only way to grieve properly.

Mar. 5, 2002
Acquired a third round draft pick in the 2002 Entry Draft from the Boston Bruins in exchange for RW Marty McInnis.

Mar. 9, 2006
Acquired a third-round pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft from the New York Rangers in exchange for D Sandis Ozolinsh.

...and Acquired D Brett Skinner and a second-round pick from Vancouver in exchange for D Keith Carney and D Juha Alen.

... and Acquired LW Jeff Friesen from Washington in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Seriously? AGAIN!?!?

... AND Acquired D Sean O'Donnell from Phoenix in exchange for C Joel Perrault.

Mar. 9, 2007
Dustin Penner became the first rookie (only played 19 games the previous season) in Ducks history to score 25 goals in a season with a power play goal in the Ducks 5-1 drubbing of the Edmonton Oilers. (Available on NHL Vault)

Mar. 4, 2009
Acquired C Petteri Nokelainen from Boston in exchange for D Steve Montador.

..and Acquired C Nick Bonino, G Timo Pielmeier and a conditional fourth-round selection in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft from San Jose in exchange for LW Travis Moen and D Kent Huskins.

...and Acquired D James Wisniewski and C Petri Kontola from Chicago in exchange for C Samuel Pahlsson, D Logan Stephenson and a conditional fourth-round selection in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.

... AND Acquired C Erik Christensen from Atlanta in exchange for C Eric O'Dell.

Mar. 3, 2010
Acquired D Aaron Ward from Carolina in exchange for G Justin Pogge and a fourth-round selection in either the 2010 or 2011 NHL Entry Draft.

...and Acquired D Lubomir Visnovsky from Edmonton in exchange for D Ryan Whitney and a sixth-round selection in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

...and Acquired G Curtis McElhinney from Calgary in exchange for G Vesa Toskala.

...and Acquired G Joey MacDonald from Toronto in exchange for a seventh-round selection in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.

...AND Traded C Petteri Nokelainen to Phoenix in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

Mar. 4, 2011
Lubomir Visnovsky scored the only hat trick by a defenseman in Ducks history, including the game winner in a 4-3 overtime victory over Dallas.

Ducks related #RandomNHLfacts from @NHLhistoryGirl:

2007: #Avs Paul Stastny set an #NHL rookie record by scoring at least 1 pt in 20 consecutive games, breaking Teemu Selänne's record of 17.

On this date in 2010, #Coyotes Ilya Bryzgalov sets franchise record with his 34th victory of the season. Waivers L

Prototype, need to change bolt to Ducks colours and cleanup. Then making myself a t-shirt. :D

(3/5) 1984 - #Pens traded Randy Carlyle to #OriginalJets for 1984 Draft first round pick (Doug Bodger) and future considerations (Moe Mantha).

Mighty Ducks enforcer Warren Rychel, with some words to live by: "Cuts heal, but teeth don't come back."

On this date (3/4) in 2012, #NJDevils Petr Sykora appeared in his 1,000th#NHL game.

March 2nd of 1993, #OriginalJets rookie Teemu Selanne broke #IslesMike Bossy's rookie record of 53 goals (Something I was remiss not to mention last week)

Among Teemu's favourite tv shows: Baywatch, Desperate Housewives, Deal or No Deal. #RandomNHLfact #NHLDucks

"[Paavo] used to be a goalie as a kid, but I took all his confidence He thought he sucked." - Teemu, talking about his twin brother.

Teemu once compared Joffrey Lupul's four goals in Game 3 against the Avalanche (2006) to all the ketchup escaping a bottle in a single splat

"It's not like back home in Finland or even Canada, where girls wanted my leftover chicken bones from a meal I ate"-Teemu, on CA hockey fans

"I need about two minutes, 40 seconds [to dress for games]. My record is probably 2:32." - #NHLDucks Teemu Selänne

"I remember playing hockey outside and whenever you did, you thought about playing for Finland vs. Sweden. That's just the way it was"-Teemu