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Ducks sign four, including former AHL MVP

The Anaheim Ducks, parent club of the AHL’s Iowa Chops, announced today the signing of left wings Ryan Donally to a two-year contract, Troy Bodie to a one-year contract and Josh Green to a one-year contract and center Eric Boguniecki to one-year contract.

Per club policy, no financial terms of the four deals were disclosed.

Boguniecki has appeared in 282 career AHL contests, collecting 137 goals and 173 assists for 310 points with 591 penalty minutes. He was awarded the Les Cunningham Award as the AHL’s most valuable player for the 2001-02 season after finishing tied for first among league leaders in goals (38) and second in points (84). He also skated in the AHL All-Star Game in 2000, 2001 and 2002.

In 178 career NHL contests with Florida, St. Louis, Pittsburgh and the New York Islanders, Boguniecki earned 34 goals and 42 assists for 76 points with 104 PIM. The 5-foot-8, 192-pound center established career high marks in goals, assists, points, games played and plus/minus in 2002-03 after recording 49 points (22g, 27a) in 80 contests with the Blues.

The New Haven, Conn., native has also appeared in nine Stanley Cup Playoff contests (all with St. Louis), earning one goal and three assists.

Green, a veteran of 322 career NHL games, most recently played for the Vancouver Canucks in 2006-07, collecting two goals and five assists in 57 contests. The 6-foot-3, 215-pound winger has earned 74 career NHL points (35g, 39a) with 193 penalty minutes.

A native of Camrose, Alta., Green has also played in 12 Stanley Cup Playoff contests with Edmonton and Vancouver, and reached the Western Conference semifinals with the Canucks in 2007, appearing in nine contests while recording one assist and 12 PIM.

Originally selected in the second round by Los Angeles (30th overall) in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft, Green has appeared in 184 career American Hockey League contests, recording 57 goals and 69 assists for 126 points. He established AHL career highs in almost all categories in 2004-05, earning 21 goals, 19 assists and 40 points in 67 games with Manitoba.

Donally, 23, played in 10 AHL games with Quad City in 2007-08, going scoreless and amassing 21 PIM. He appeared in 53 games with Las Vegas (ECHL), scoring 15 goals and 22 assists along with a plus-13 rating and 176 PIM. Donally was selected by Calgary in the third round (97th overall) of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.

Bodie, 23, played in 62 AHL games last season with Springfield, recording nine goals and six assists and ranking third on the Falcons with 108 PIM. Edmonton’s ninth-round selection (278th overall) in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft, Bodie has appeared in 71 career AHL games, collecting 15 points (9g, 6a) and 122 PIM.