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Ducks Lay Off Seven Workers Due to Lockout

September 25, 2004|Chris Foster

The Mighty Ducks laid off seven employees Friday, joining the growing number of NHL teams that have shed staff because of the lockout.

The Ducks cut personnel in communications, sales, marketing and community relations.

"Unfortunately, we have had to make some difficult decisions today," said Al Coates, the Ducks' senior vice president of business operations and interim general manager.

The team let six employees go last spring and Duck officials said Friday they did not anticipate any more layoffs. King officials said that they would not reduce staff at this time.

-- Chris Foster

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