Anaheim Mighty Ducks Chicago Tickets
The Anaheim Ducks were formed as an NHL expansion franchise in 1993 and currently play in Western Conference’s Pacific Division. The Ducks have made eleven post season appearances and have one Stanley Cup to show for them. In recent years, the Ducks have dominated their division; since the 2012-2013 season, they have won three consecutive division titles. The team will look to build upon their good form from the last few years and hope to go all the way this season. To see how the team is shaping up, watch them live in action on the road against the Chicago Blackhawks by getting your Anaheim Ducks Chicago tickets now.
Anaheim Mighty Ducks
The Anaheim Ducks franchise was founded by the Walt Disney Company as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim after Disney’s hit 1992 feature, The Mighty Ducks. In their twenty two year history, the Ducks have reached the post season eleven times. They have four Pacific Division titles to their names, with their last victories coming in the last three seasons. The Ducks have also won two Western Conference Championships and managed to win the 2006-2007 Stanley Cup crown.
The Chicago Blackhawks are the current defending Stanley Cup champions and one of the most consistent teams in the league. After years of playoff heartbreak, the Blackhawks finally won their fourth Stanley Cup title in 2010, which was their first national championship since 1961. It seemed as though the historic win opened a flood gate of sorts for the Blackhawks. They won their fifth Stanley Cup two seasons later along with the President’s Trophy. Their sixth Stanley Cup came a season later in 2015.
Ducks vs. Blackhawks for the Conference Finals
During the 2014-2015 season, the Ducks showed a lot of promise. They got off to a great start in the regular season and finished as Division Champions for the third year in a row. The playoffs beckoned and the Ducks continued where they had left off. They reached the Conference Finals after defeating Winnipeg Jets and Calgary Flames. But the daunting Chicago Blackhawks awaited them at the penultimate stage. After a titanic seven game series, the Ducks lost 4-3 to the Blackhawks, who would go on to win the 2015 Stanley Cup.