John Gibson selected for NHL All-Star Game
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The NHL All-Star game rosters were announced yesterday, with goaltender John Gibson set to represent the Anaheim Ducks, as one of the Pacific Division’s two netminders.
Gibson has played in 27 games with the Ducks this season, posting a .917 save percentage. He’s been a key factor in Anaheim’s success this year and this will be his third appearance in the All-Star Game. Gibson previously participated in the 2016 and 2019 All-Star Games.
Troy Terry was notably left off the Pacific Division team roster, despite scoring 22 goals and 36 points in 38 games this season. However, fans will still have the opportunity to vote for him as one of the Last Men In.
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