The Anaheim Ducks have been one of the NHL’s most dominant teams in recent years, and the franchise has won more than a dozen Stanley Cups.

However, this is no ordinary dynasty.

With the Ducks, they are building a dynasty, one that will likely continue for a long time.

This is not the first time Anaheim has made the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

In 2008, the Ducks were in the first round when they faced the Toronto Maple Leafs.

In 2009, they were the No. 1 seed in the conference when they played the Chicago Blackhawks.

And in 2010, they played against the San Jose Sharks in the second round.

The Ducks have since won their last seven Stanley Cups, but they have yet to win the Cup since 2006.

As they move into their third season in the Stanley Cups playoffs, the Anaheim Ducks are looking to win their first playoff series since 2009.

This season, the team will have a different roster than in previous years, but that is expected to help them make the playoffs.

The Ducks have a lot of young talent on their roster, but it will be up to them to develop them and keep them in the lineup, according to GM Bob Murray.

“We’re going to be a team that has a lot more depth,” Murray said.

“We’re looking to bring a lot, a lot less players into the lineup than we had in the past, but we’re going do our best to get some of our players in the lineups, to get them into our lineup and keep guys in the NHL.”

If we’re not good enough, we’ll have to bring them back.

“When it comes to player development, the franchise is a work in progress.

Some players will be called up this season and others will be on long-term contracts.

The team has to find a way to fill holes, especially at forward, and Murray is looking to add more young talent to the roster.

The biggest addition to the Anaheim roster this season will be veteran defenseman Hampus Lindholm, who was acquired from the Dallas Stars in a trade.

The 24-year-old has scored eight goals and nine assists in his NHL career.

The two-time Vezina Trophy winner has played in over 1,000 career NHL games.

He is one of only five players in NHL history with two-plus 100-point seasons.”

He’s got good offensive skill. “

He’s very versatile, he’s a great player.

He’s got good offensive skill.

He can make plays, and he can make smart plays.

He has a very good nose for the net and is really good in front of the net.

I think he’s going to help us this year.”

The Ducks are also adding defenseman Zack Kassian, who is a former first-round pick.

The 22-year old has made 41 regular season appearances in the AHL.

His best season came in 2012-13, when he had 11 goals and 25 assists in 55 games.

In addition to Lindholm and Kassian on the roster, the organization is bringing in goaltender Frederik Andersen, defenseman Erik Haula, forward Ryan Kesler and goaltender Jhonas Enroth.

This will be a big season for Andersen, who has won the Vezine Trophy as the league’s best goalie.

“It’s a really big year for him,” Murray noted.

“There are going to a lot things to learn.

He played in the league for three seasons, and that’s what we expect from him.

I don’t think he needs to have to worry about a whole lot of other things.

I can see him being able to do that.”

Kesler is coming off a season in which he posted a record of 19-13-5.

He was second in the League with a .929 save percentage and ranked second with a 2.33 goals-against average.

He had the highest goals-allowed per game average among goalies with at least 50 starts.

The Anaheim Ducks’ goal of getting to the playoffs is one that they have not been able to accomplish in the last few seasons.

This year, they will be facing off against a playoff team in the Metropolitan Division, but Murray expects them to be able to win.

“I think we can win this game,” he said.

“[They’re] a very dangerous team, and we’ll need to be very aggressive, but I think we have a good chance to win.”