Well it depends on how Andersen views the situation in Anaheim. He didn't sign with Carolina because he wants to be a starting goalie soon and didn't see that happening in Carolina with Ward there. Does he see better chance for him in Anaheim behind Hiller? In Carolina he could also have gotten the chance to be a NHL goalie immediately, in Anaheim they'll go with Fasth as a backup. So is he willing to go to AHL if he sees a better chance to be a starter in the immediate future through that route? Tough to say. It's up to Andersen. If he signs with Anaheim, he'll be #3 goalie behind Hiller and Fasth.
In my opinion he should have signed with Carolina. He had the best chance there. They have basically no one behind Ward on their depth charts and you got to have a faith in your own abilities. Taking over the #1 spot from Ward is just as easy (or hard, however you wanna put it) as taking it from Hiller.
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C- Tavares, Stepan, Hodgson, Shaw, Bjugstad
LW- Ryan, Perron, Downie, Killorn, Rinaldo
RW- Wheeler, Simmonds, Coyle, Frattin, Boyes
D- Pietrangelo, JJ, Bogosian, EJ, Josi, Cowen, Muzzin
F: Granlund, Silfverberg, Jensen, Dalpe, Bowman, Knight, Fasth, JAM
D: Beaulieu, Koekkoek, Gelinas, Pysyk, McCabe, Irwin
G: Nilsson, Nilstorp, Ramo, Berra, Brossoit, Gibson