Milestones: Ryan Getzlaf Reaches 1,000 Points

Ducks Players Celebrating Getzlaf's 1,000th Point Photo Courtesy of the Anaheim Ducks

Ryan Getzlaf reaches 1,000 points with an assist on Cam Fowlers’ goal in the Ducks 3-2 win versus the Washington Capitals. Getzlaf is the first Ducks player to reach 1,000 points, having passed Teemu Selanne (988)for the franchise lead in points (989) on October 31st, 2021, with an assist on Troy Terry’s goal. Getzlaf was selected with the 19th overall selection in the 2003 NHL entry draft. He was one of two Ducks first-round picks that draft alongside longtime teammate and linemate Corey Perry, who was selected with the 28th overall pick. Getzlaf has 280 goals and 720 assists in 1.118 games with the Ducks. Getzlaf remained with the Ducks after signing a one-year contract that carries an AAV of three million dollars. Getzlaf sits 4th on the Ducks’ all-time goals list, 20 goals behind 3rd place Paul Kariya (300), and 1st in all-time assists with 720. Getzlaf won one Stanley Cup in 2007 with the Ducks. 

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