Kyle Palmieri began his career in the 2010-11 season with the Ducks. He would play there for 5 seasons and put up 89 points in 198 games and played a big role in the ’14-’15 playoff run. After that, he was traded to the New Jersey Devils over the summer.
Just like Palmieri, Nick Bonino also played in Anaheim for 5 seasons and he put up very similar numbers with 82 points in 189 games. In June of 2014, he would be traded to Vancouver and they brought over Ryan Kesler.
Rickard Rakell is the future of the team. He’s been with the team since the 2012-13 season and has only gotten better each year. He was an All-Star in 2018. In 410 games he has amassed 260 goals. He will hit 500 games with the team next season.
He doesn’t have an iron suit but we still call him Iron Man. Andrew “Iron Man” Cogliano was traded to Anaheim in the summer of 2011 from Edmonton. He played 584 games for Anaheim and only missed 2 due to a questionable ruling by the Department of Player Safety. In those 584 games, he scored 233 points. He is also tied with Paul Kariya for the franchise record of Short Handed Goals with 16. While not really known for his goal-scoring fans admired his speed, defense, and ability to remain healthy in the sport of hockey. Earlier this year he was traded to Dallas for Devin Shore.
Saku Koivu played with the Ducks for 5 seasons before retiring in 2014. He played 332 games and amassed 191 points with the team. He was also an alternate captain and he played a role in Ryan Getzlaf becoming team captain.
Adam Henrique was acquired via trade from the New Jersey Devils and in return, they received Sami Vatanen and 3rd round pick. Since then he’s been with the team for 3 years playing in 167 games and putting up 92 points. With the loss of Ryan Kesler, he’s been a huge pickup at the 2C position.