The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim captured the franchise's first team earned trophy during the 2003 playoffs. The Ducks finished their 10th anniversary season with a record of 40-27-9-6 for 95 points, good for second place in the Pacific Division. This marked Anaheim's first playoff appearance since 1999 and only the third in club history. Entering the playoffs as the Western Conference's seventh seed, the Ducks upset the heavily favoured Detroit Red Wings in a four game sweep before defeating the West's regular season champion Dallas Stars in six games. Finally, the Mighty Ducks faced another surprise team, the Minnesota Wild, in the Western Conference Championship and after three consecutive shutouts to start the series, finished off the sweep with a 2-1 victory on home ice to capture the Clarence Campbell Bowl.