Ducks only NHL team with players on all four Olympic semifinalists

One way or another, the Anaheim Ducks will have a gold medal to celebrate once the Sochi Olympics are over.

One way or another, the Anaheim Ducks will have a gold medal to celebrate once the Sochi Olympics are over.

One way or another, the Anaheim Ducks will have a gold medal to celebrate once the Sochi Olympics are over.

The Ducks are the only NHL team with at least one representative on each of the four Olympic hockey seminfinalists.

Canada: Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry

Finland: Teemu Selanne and Sami Vatanen

Sweden: Jakob Silfverberg

United States: Cam Fowler

Both semifinal matchups (Team USA vs. Team Canada, Finland vs. Sweden) will take place on Friday in Russia.

In addition, goaltender Jonas Hiller recorded two shutouts for Switzerland before elimination.

"I'm really proud of the way our guys have played," Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau told the LA Times on Wednesday.

With a 41-14-5 record, the Anaheim Ducks also lead the NHL in points with 87.

For the Kings, they are well represented on Team Canada (Drew Doughty) and Team USA (Dustin Brown and Jonathan Quick) and will have at least one team member bring home a silver.