Feb 13, 2014
Former Cincinnati Mighty Ducks now vying for Olympic gold
MIGHTY INSPIRATIONAL! TONIGHT, A LOCAL MAN'S BRUSH WITH HOCKEY GREATNESS. DON HELBIG WAS THE PLAY-BY-PLAY ANNOUNCER FOR CINCINNATI'S MIGHTY DUCKS.
Dan Bylsma File
By 1995-96, he made his NHL debut with the Los Angeles Kings. He played 429 NHL games as a defensive forward with the Kings and Anaheim Ducks before retiring in 2004.
Let's cast an NHL coaches movie
Jon : Who's next? Seth : Umm, Sharks coach Todd McLellan. Jon : Free association: Adam Arkin, but McLellan has a rounder head.
Detroit Free Press
Jeff Seidel: Wings have it clicking at right time
Anaheim Mighty Ducks coach Mike Babcock looks on with Rob Niedermayer, left, Paul Kariya, center, and Dan Bylsma in the second period of Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals on May 29, 2003, in East Rutherford, N.J. / Associated Press Babcock was coaching the underdogs, a team with a hot goaltender and nothing to lose.