Terry signs 7-year, $49 million contract with Ducks, avoids arbitration

ANAHEIM, CA – Troy Terry signed a seven-year, $49 million contract with the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday.

The 25-year-old forward was a restricted free agent and avoided a salary arbitration hearing scheduled for Wednesday.

Terry had 61 points (23 goals, 38 assists) in 70 games for the Ducks last season.

Terry, who had NHL career highs in goals (37) and points (67) in 2021-22, played in the NHL All-Star Game each of the past two seasons.

Selected by Anaheim in the fifth round (No. 148) of the 2015 NHL Draft, Terry has 176 points (75 goals, 101 assists) in 274 regular-season games.

NFL Hall of Famer Troy Aikman announces Troy Terry a NHL All Star for the Anaheim Ducks

ANAHEIM, CA – For the second consecutive year, Troy Terry has been named a NHL All-Star for the Anaheim Ducks.

Terri found out the exciting news via AC video message from NFL Hall of Famer, Troy Aikman, for whom Troy Terry was named after. The surprise special moment was shared with Terry and his teammates in Anaheim.

Ducks’ Troy Terry joins select company with 30th goal

ANAHEIM, CA – Troy Terry joined some elite company with a second-period goal Monday, his 30th of the season. Only nine other players in Ducks history have scored 30 or more in a season, led by that Teemu Selanne fellow. Selanne’s team record of 52 might be out of reach this season for Terry.

After all, there are only 17 games remaining.

Comparisons to Selanne are unfair. He was, and ever shall be, the Finnish Flash.

Terry is still proving his worth to the Ducks and to the NHL.

Charities Rewarded Thanks to Enterprise Hat Trick Challenge via Larkin and Terry

When the hats start flying, more player-supported charities are rewarded, thanks to the @Enterprise #NHLHatTrickChallenge! This time around its @Dylanlarkin39 and @troyterry1997 who see their charities of choice receive $1K each from Enterprise.

Dylan Larkin chose Ted Lindsay’s Foundation Impacting Autism as his charity while Troy Terry chose Colorado Police Officers Foundation.

Jack Campbell, John Gibson, Dylan Larkin and Troy Terry Named to 2022 NHL All Star Game in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NV – The National Hockey League announced today the four divisional rosters for the 2022 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend as well as the launch of the 2022 NHL All-Star Last Men In, which will give fans the ability to vote for the final player on each All-Star roster.

Thirty-six All-Star players were selected by the NHL’s Hockey Operations Department to join the division captains. Each team will ultimately consist of 11 total players- nine skaters and two goaltenders.

Jack Campbell, John Gibson and Dylan Larkin were three of the players named to 2022 NHL All Star Game in Las Vegas. All are represented by KO Sports, Inc.

Troy Terry of the Anaheim Ducks was voted to the All-Star game but his fans as a part of the  “2022 NHL All Star Last Man In”.

Troy Terry First NHL Hat Trick Leads the Ducks to a Big Victory

ANAHEIM, CA – Troy Terry hit the 20-goal plateau with his first career hat trick, leading the Ducks to a 3-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers tonight at Honda Center. With the win, the Ducks improved to 18-11-7 (43 points) on the season, two points behind first place Vegas.

“For us, that’s as big a win as I can remember this year,” head coach Dallas Eakins said. “That was, to a man, everyone doing their job, everybody fully committed to a game plan. We had excellent goaltending, our D were solid, our forwards played all their roles to a T. We got big saves when they needed them. We had big blocked shots, especially late. When we needed them, both our penalty kill and our power play, our special teams chipped in. And we had some really unselfish plays too.”

With three goals, Terry scored the 59th hat trick in franchise history and the first since Isac Lundestrom‘s three-goal performance last March vs. St. Louis. Terry ranks third among NHL leaders in goals (21).

“I’m extremely proud of Troy Terry,” Eakins said. “I’ve seen this kid right from day one. For him to be where he’s at, goal-scoring, as a big influencer and driver on our team, it’s fun to watch. I think that’s one of the real privileges of coaching is to see these guys grow into players.”

Ducks forward Troy Terry’s breakout season comes after early crisis in confidence

ANAHEIM, CA – Dallas Eakins recalls his first conversation with Troy Terry vividly.

Eakins was coaching the Anaheim Ducks’ American Hockey League affiliate in San Diego. It was a morning skate after Terry had been sent down by the big club.

They were on the ice in front of the visitors’ bench.

“He simply said to me, ‘I’ve lost all my confidence,’” Eakins recalled. “And I said, ‘Alright.’ And then I just walked him through it.”

Eakins told Terry that it didn’t matter to him how many mistakes the winger made in that night’s game –it wasn’t going to cost him.

Troy Terry Named NHL’s Third Star of the Week

ANAHEIM, CA – Ducks winger Troy Terry was named the NHL’s Third Star of the Week for the week ending Sunday, November 14.

Terry collected six points (3-3=6) in three contests to extend his point streak to a career-high 14 games (11-9=20 dating to Oct. 18), tied for the longest point streak in the NHL this season with Connor McDavid.

Terry posted 1-1=2 points, highlighted by his first career overtime goal, in a 3-2 win over Vancouver Nov. 9. He then registered 2-1=3 points, marking both his third career multi-goal and three-point performances, in a 7-4 victory against Seattle Nov. 11. Terry extended his point streak to 14 contests, the longest by an Anaheim player since 2013-14 (Ryan Getzlaf: 14 GP from Nov. 15 – Dec. 15), with an assist in a 5-1 win over the Canucks Nov. 14.

Terry Given Opportunity to Grow

ANAHEIM, CA — Troy Terry arrived to the Anaheim Ducks with much fanfare thanks to a stellar amateur career, and with a recently-inked three-year, $4.35 million extension, he will have plenty of opportunities to make good on his potential.

The deal itself, although not lucrative by NHL standards, does provide Terry with a considerable pay bump as someone who has bounced between the big club and the minors. Previously on a two-way contract, which meant a $70,000 salary in the AHL, the 22-year-old will now be paid well over a million dollars a year regardless of what league he plays in for the next three seasons. Not bad at all for a player with just 28 points and 81 NHL games to his name. Clearly, the Ducks’ front office is confident that he can develop into much more than those totals would indicate. When looking at a few key areas of growth in his game, that confidence becomes perfectly understandable.