Ducks sign Raymond, Schultz

The Anaheim Ducks, parent club of the AHL’s San Diego Gulls, have signed left wing Mason Raymond and defenseman Jeff Schultz to one-year, two-way contracts through the 2016-17 season.

Raymond, 30, is a veteran of 542 regular-season games and 63 playoff games in the National Hockey League with Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary. In 2015-16, he notched four goals and one assist in 29 games with Calgary, and added six goals and nine assists for 15 points in 15 AHL games with the Stockton Heat.

The Calgary native has played 46 regular-season games in the AHL with Stockton and Manitoba, recording 15 goals and 21 assists for 36 points. He added one assist in 13 Calder Cup Playoff games in 2007.

Originally a second-round pick by Vancouver in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, Raymond reached the Stanley Cup Finals with the Canucks in 2011.

Schultz, 30, is a two-time Calder Cup champion who picked up three goals and 15 assists for 18 points in 66 regular-season games with the Ontario Reign (AHL) in 2015-16. He also tallied one goal and three assists in 13 Calder Cup Playoff contests.

A native of Calgary, Schultz has played 409 regular-season games in the NHL with Washington and Los Angeles, notching 11 goals and 65 assists for 76 points. He also has one assist in 36 Stanley Cup Playoff matches, winning a championship with the Kings in 2014.

Schultz has played 230 AHL games with Ontario, Manchester and Hershey, totaling 10 goals and 49 assists for 59 points and a cumulative plus-65 rating. Schultz also has two goals and 10 assists in 55 postseason games, winning the Calder Cup with Hershey in 2006 and Manchester in 2015.