Anaheim "Mighty" Ducks All-Time Lineup

Ken ArmerSenior Writer IAugust 5, 2008

Before I get to the team, let me say my All-Time Anaheim Ducks team would have the modern jersey, but have the old Mighty Duck logo with the new colors, rather than the Ducks wording as a logo, just my personal touch on blending the old with the new.



LW: Teemu Selanne, C: Paul Kariya, RW: Ryan Getzlaf

(Reuniting Teemu and Kariya takes me back to the 90’s and being a kid again and adding Ryan Getzlaf makes this a dangerous line, especially if every player is when they were at their prime.)

LW: Petr Sykora, C: Sergei Federov, RW: Corey Perry

(A talented fast paced group of second-liners. All three players are snipers. Even with his age Sergei Federov is still a top scorer for his Capitals.) 

LW: Vaclav Prospal, C: Andy McDonald, RW: Rob Niedermayer (replaces Cullen)

(Prospal and McDonald add a lot of speed to this line, and Cullen blends well with a grinder type mentality. All three lines are fast paced and can shoot out the lights.) 

LW: Brent Severyn, Stu Grimson, RW: George Parros

( This line will beat the living crap out of any team any time, Brent Severyn is a personal favorite guy of mine, and I have never seen Grimson or George “The Stache” Parros turn down a fight. I could mix these three in with other sets of forwards as protection)



Chris Pronger, Scott Niedermayer

(This pairing had the makings of one of the best pairings ever with the Ducks)

Ruslan Salei, Oleg Tverdovsky,

(Salei once laid a bone-crushing hit on Mike Modano when I was a kid, and I wanted him dead, now looking at him as a teammate on my team, I want him paired with the offensive talented—in his prime—Tverdovsky)

Fredrik Olausson, Niclas Havelid

(Young draft pick who was supposed to be a franchise guy with the Mighty Ducks, Nicklas Havelid had good numbers with the Mighty Ducks, what happened to him anyway?)



Starter: J.S. Giguere (leads all Ducks goalies in most goaltender records)

Back-up: Guy Hebert (one of the greats to ever protect a net, he set the bar high for Giguere.)