Anaheim Mighty Ducks Los Angeles Tickets
One of the fiercest rivalries in the National Hockey League will soon take center stage once again when the Freeway Face-Off gets underway. The Anaheim Mighty Ducks will soon hit the road and make their way to the Staples Center to take on their hated rivals, the Los Angeles Kings in an epic series. The Ducks have been one of the most consistent teams in the league over the last few years and they will be looking to make a huge statement by coming out on top against the formidable Kings. If you are a hockey fan, then this is your chance to grab Anaheim Mighty Ducks Los Angeles tickets and watch these two heavyweights collide, live.
The time has come for the Anaheim Mighty Ducks to make their way to enemy territory to face their rivals, the Los Angeles Kings. The latest installment of this fierce rivalry promises to be one of the highlights of the season, yet again.
The Walt Disney Connection
It was in the year 1992 that the Disney hit “The Mighty Ducks” was released. Then the very next year, The Walt Disney Company was awarded a hockey franchise by the NHL and it was named The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. They started off slowly, failing to make it to the playoffs in their first three years. They qualified for the playoffs for the first time in their fourth try and things began to pick up for the Ducks from that point onwards.
The Ducks Win Big
After struggling for a decade, the Ducks turned things around in a spectacular fashion. They got their hands on their first conference title in 2003. It was followed by their most successful campaign in history. In the 2006-2007 season, the Ducks won the division title, the conference championship and then added the icing on the cake by lifting the Stanley Cup.
They have won three more division titles since then with all of those coming in the last three seasons. The stage is set for them to take on the Kings now. Book your Anaheim Mighty Ducks Los Angeles tickets and watch titanic clash between these two old rivals, live at the Staples Center. It hardly gets any bigger than this in hockey.