Summer Skate: Anaheim Ducks
It's a rebuilding year, but Perry and Getzlaf could be a dynamic duo
Using the VUKOTA projection system of Puck Prospectus, Insider takes the temperature of key players on every NHL team. For a detailed explanation of Prospectus' proprietary GVT value metric, read more here.
Summer Skate -- Anaheim Ducks
Scott Niedermayer is gone, but Teemu Selanne is back. Other than that, not much happened in Anaheim this summer. The Ducks missed the playoffs for the first time in five seasons in 2009-10, so the coming season may be a rebuilding effort to some extent, and thankfully, the Chris Pronger trade bolstered their prospect ranks.
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