Anaheim announced the signings Tuesday after an otherwise quiet week of free agency for the four-time defending Pacific Division champions.
Boll got a two-year, $900,000 deal with the Ducks after spending his entire NHL career with the Columbus Blue Jackets, scoring 62 points and racking up a franchise-record 1,195 penalty minutes in 518 games.
Raymond has played for Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver. He excelled as a linemate of Ducks center Ryan Kesler with the Canucks during the 2009-10 season.
Schultz spent most of last season with the Kings' AHL affiliate in Ontario. He has played 409 NHL games for Los Angeles and Washington.
Raymond and Schultz both agreed to two-way contracts.