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NHL Approves Sale of Mighty Ducks - Los Angeles Times, 6/16/05

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  • NHL Approves Sale of Mighty Ducks - Los Angeles Times, 6/16/05

    http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-...adlines-sports


    The Samuelis, whose company also operates the Arrowhead Pond, had agreed to buy the Ducks from the Walt Disney Co. as part of a $75-million deal. The board of governors, the representatives from the NHL's 30 teams, needed to sign off on the sale.

    Henry Samueli, co-founder of Broadcom, and his wife are not expected to take an active role in the day-to-day team operations. It is believed that they will explore changes, including the team's nickname, which was in the titles of three Disney movies.

    Tim Ryan, president of Anaheim Arena Management, will become team president as well, and Bob Wagner, vice president and chief marketing officer for the Pond, will become the team's executive vice president for business affairs. Brian Burke, former general manager of the Vancouver Canucks, has been hired as the Ducks' general manager and is scheduled to be introduced at a news conference Monday. He is expected to meet with hockey operations staff members next week.
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