Anaheim Ducks win Stanley Cup

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Thursday, June 7, 2007

Anaheim wins series 4-1. (Best of Seven)

Anaheim Ducks 6 2 Ottawa Senators


The Anaheim Ducks won the National Hockey League's (NHL) Stanley Cup on Wednesday in Game 5 of the 2007 finals. The Ducks achieved a 6-2 score against the Ottawa Senators at their home stadium, Honda Center, winning the best-of-seven series while only allowing one Ottawa victory. This marks the first such championship for a California professional ice hockey team. They are the first west coast team to win the Stanley Cup since the 1925 Victoria Cougars.

Scott Niedermayer won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player in the 2006-2007 season.

Scoring Summary


Scoring Summary
No. Period Time Team Scorer (No.) Assists Score
1 1st 3:41 ANH Andy McDonald (10) PP Ryan Getzlaf , Chris Pronger 1-0
2 1st 17:41 ANH Rob Niedermayer (5) Corey Perry 2-0
3 2nd 11:27 OTT Daniel Alfredsson (13) Peter Schaefer, Mike Fisher 2-1
4 2nd 15:44 ANH Travis Moen (6) Unassisted 3-1
5 2nd 17:38 OTT Daniel Alfredsson (14) SHORTHANDED Unassisted 3-2
6 2nd 18:28 ANH Francois Beauchemin (4) PP Andy McDonald 4-2
7 3rd 4:01 ANH Travis Moen (7) Scott Niedermayer, Samuel Pahlsson 5-2
8 3rd 17:00 ANH Corey Perry (6) Unassisted 6-2

Goaltending Summary

Goaltending
Team Player Shots Saves Save Pct.
ANH J. S. Giguere 13 11 .846
OTT Ray Emery 18 12 .667

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