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Anaheim Ducks

National Hockey League: 2006—
Previously: Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1993—2006)

Quick links: Current alternate | Current home | Current road

Alternate uniform
1 Jonas Hiller
4 Cam Fowler
8 Teemu Selanne
10 Corey Perry
33 Jason Blake
64 Brandon McMillan

Unveiled 11/26/2010 [blog post] ... Debuted 11/26/2010 vs. Chicago Blackhawks (L 1-4) ... Worn for all home games during 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Added 2/21/2011 | Photos: Getty Images/
Home uniform
1 Jonas Hiller
3 Andreas Lilja
15 Ryan Getzlaf
32 Toni Lydman
39 Matt Beleskey
42 Dan Sexton

Unveiled 9/12/2007 [blog post] ... Debuted 9/30/2007 vs. Los Angeles Kings (W 4-1)

Added 2/21/2011 | Photos: Getty Images/
Road uniform
9 Bobby Ryan
11 Saku Koivu
15 Ryan Getzlaf
21 Sheldon Brookbank
22 Todd Marchant
31 Curtis McElhinney

Unveiled 9/12/2007 [blog post] ... Debuted 9/29/2007 at Los Angeles Kings (L 1-4)

Added 2/21/2011 | Photos: Getty Images/
Home uniform
8 Teemu Selanne
17 Dustin Penner
22 Todd Marchant
26 Samuel Pahlsson
30 Ilya Bryzgalov
37 Shane O'Brien

Unveiled 6/22/2006, modeled by Todd Marchant ... Debuted 10/6/2006 vs. Los Angeles Kings (W 4-3) ... Retired 4/4/2007 vs. San Jose Sharks (L-SO 2-3)

Added 5/7/2011 | Photos: Getty Images/
Road uniform
17 Dustin Penner
21 Sean O'Donnell
25 Chris Pronger
27 Scott Niedermayer
32 Travis Moen
35 Jean-Sebastien Giguere

Unveiled 6/22/2006, modeled by Corey Perry ... Debuted 10/7/2006 at Phoenix Coyotes (W 2-1) ... Retired 4/7/2007 at Columbus Blue Jackets (W 4-3)

Added 5/7/2011 | Photos: Getty Images/

Reader Comments (14)

No Mighty Ducks Jerseys?

Feb 21 · 1:02 PM PST | Unregistered CommenterChris P.

Thank you for posting this!

Feb 21 · 1:17 PM PST | Unregistered CommenterHarveyq

@Chris P.
Chris has already said that he is working on getting all of the teams up and THEN backtracking to older jerseys. But I can't wait until these wordmark jerseys are a thing of the past...

Feb 21 · 6:25 PM PST | Unregistered CommenterDrew

I'm a fan of the Ducks, and i think the third jersey is nice, the big "D" obviously an improvement in the logo department for the ducks. But why, oh why did they ruin the socks on the third jersey kit? I'm not saying they're the worst socks in history, but the overuse of the orange on the socks is in my opinion ruining the overall look.

Feb 22 · 8:58 AM PST | Unregistered CommenterRandomM

I'm a die-hard duck, but I'm bored to death of the wordmark. The standalone webfoot D however, is ingeniously simple and does not need all those other letters bogging it down.

Now while I do like the regular uniforms - or should I say, I'm little more than adequately satisfied with them as they are - I absolutely love the third jersey, mainly because it features a real logo on the front as opposed to the boring wordmark, and my favourite logo ever, the duck mask, is back where it belongs, somewhere on a jersey.

What I think would make the Ducks set perfect, at least in my eyes, is swapping the third jersey logos to the regular set, and making a new third featuring the recoloured duck mask - oval or no oval, I would buy that in a heartbeat.

Feb 22 · 9:26 AM PST | Unregistered CommenterWildwing64

@ Drew

Thank you, didn't realize that was the case.

Thanks Chris for taking time to do all of these galleries. They look amazing.

Feb 22 · 9:46 AM PST | Unregistered CommenterChris P.

I love the 3rd jersey no matter what other people may think. As a Ducks fan its a step up and I loved the decision. The use of orange in the socks and jersey make this team bold. The oval patches link the Ducks past to the future. As much as it was awful being owned by Disney was its apart of the history of the Ducks and as Ducks fans we should embrace it. I got an authentic Selanne 3rd jersey and I will never regret buying it. I love the use of orange (I'm also a Denver Broncos fan). I would like this jersey become the primary and a white version of the 3rd jersey become the road jersey and have the current primary become the 3rd.

Feb 23 · 1:04 AM PST | Unregistered CommenterJuan R.

I think it's absolutely ridiculous that people keep complaining about the "wordmark" not being a proper logo when it's just as much a logo as anything else out there, it's not like it says 'Ducks' in some standard font, it's stylized. Then these same people say that removing four letters and leaving the first letter makes it more of a logo? Come on, where's the logic? Furthermore, if the Ducks' logo is not considered a proper logo just because it includes the teams name, what about a classic logo such as the one Edmonton has? It's just the word 'Oilers' in a circle with an oil drop above the word, how's that more of a logo than 'Ducks' with a custom font and webbed foot forming the D? If anything, the Oilers' logo is more "boring" than what the Ducks have.

I think the Ducks have one of the cleanest logos in the league, and there's nothing boring about it. Granted, it's never going to be a timeless classic like the Red Wings' logo for instance but it serves its purpose perfectly. However, the standalone D is a bit boring, though I guess it doesn't look bad per se. I just hope they don't switch to having that as their main logo.

Just my two cents.

Mar 1 · 12:55 AM PST | Unregistered CommenterVlad


Is a wordmark any less of a logo than an icon? Not really. It just so happens that an icon looks better on the front of a hockey jersey.

The main problem with the Ducks having a full wordmark as a primary logo is that it just doesn't stand out well enough. Put all of the NHL team logos side-by-side, and you'll notice that the Ducks "logo" is comparitively tiny. It was also tiny on the initial Edge version of the current uniforms, and was not a good look for them. Every other team logo, from a distance, is a lot more noticeable than what the Ducks use.

Now while the Oilers, Stars and Maple Leafs also have letters spelling out their names on their primaries, the difference between them and what the Ducks use is that they are part of a bigger icon. In the case of the Oilers and Leafs, the letters act as like a central point of focus within the logo itself, while the Stars have a giant green star that serves that purpose there. In the Ducks case, what should be the central focal point, the webfoot D, is on the far left hand side of the logo, and not in the middle.

You could also compare the Ducks to the Capitals. But the difference there is that the Caps are using a modernised update of their original logo. Also as I said before, it is more noticeable from a distance than that of the Ducks. It therefore looks far better as a team's primary logo, and more importantly, on the front of a jersey. The Ducks wordmark does not.

Apologies for the rant, but since the current wordmark replaced the classic duck mask on the front of the jerseys, I've had a bitter taste in my mouth. Having a wordmark as my favourite team's primary logo, and having that as pretty much the ONLY logo for a couple of years made their identity depressingly dull.

Mar 5 · 9:18 AM PST | Unregistered CommenterWildwing64

I must admit, I never really noticed how "ducky" the new alternates actually were. I don't know if it was intentional (don't want to give the designers too much credit just yet) but when I look at it and all its bright orange bits and stripes and lines...i cant help but think of duck feathers. Am I the only one? I definitely think it was a step in the right direction and can really be improved on.

As for the orange socks? Can't say I mind makes them stand out and not look like the Penguins. Honestly, I feel like the one thing truly killing this team is the black in their pallate. What if instead of black they went with like a darker tan kind of color? Not unlike the Brewers camo jerseys when seen from afar. Has anyone ever tried that as a concept? I'd love to see it. Dark tan, the current gold/light tan, orange, and white?

Apr 13 · 11:40 AM PDT | Unregistered CommenterEddie

Don't like the home or road a whole lot but I love the third; its unique, original, and good at the same time. Personally, I still like the Mighty Ducks better...the white jersey atleast. The current 3rd atleast has the Mighty Ducks logo on it. I'd like to see the third as the home, a white version as a road, and third that uses the mighty ducks logo

Apr 27 · 2:51 PM PDT | Unregistered CommenterWingnut

I'm a diehard Flames fan, but recently I bought a Mighty Ducks alternate jersey - the teal 3rd with the gold, eggplant, and silver stripes running along the shoulders and arms (late 90's?). Beautiful, beautiful jersey, caught my attention and I had to have it. I really wish they would revert to the whole Mighty Ducks look.

May 7 · 3:00 AM PDT | Unregistered CommenterDave

I just noticed that the third jersey socks are more or less of a throwback to the socks that the Mighty Ducks used to wear with the eggplant jerseys. Very cool. If you don't know what I mean, check out the format of the sock. It's really cool if you can see it.

May 15 · 2:04 PM PDT | Unregistered CommenterTJ

I love the third, and hope they adopt it as their primary (though they could fix the glaring orange at the top of the sock; maybe invert the socks entirely?). My favorite thing about it is that its not trying to be olde timey iconic. As a Ducks fan, you have to be honest, a team born from Disney movies, with a shorter history than most of the league, cannot be olde timey. The current thirds feel futuristic, but not offensively so. As a team that shouldn't try to falsify a past, the future is a good inspiration. Just as long as they don't go too futuristic, and start putting ads on the jerseys.

Oct 19 · 10:32 AM PDT | Unregistered CommenterBleys

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