Quiet Face In A Big Pond
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Aside from a nasty suspension from the NHL in 2008, Henry Samueli has been a quiet name in California sports that has produced a huge set of numbers. He’s propelled his team into the California sports history books with five-straight Pacific Division titles, he brought California its first Stanley Cup, and his management team has created one of the finest prospect pools in the NHL. Alongside that, the Samuelis have created school programs to go back into the Orange County community, and have been charitable to CHOC, the Children’s Hospital in OC.
Despite the past two seasons being less than positive, Henry and his wife Susan have run the Anaheim Ducks with plenty of passion and love, even giving three Anaheim Ducks/Mighty Ducks legends their own banners and ceremonies at the Honda Center. Love them or hate them, it’s a hard point to argue that the Samuelis haven’t been great owners for the Anaheim Ducks over the last 14 years.
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