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Gibson Named NHL All-Star, Terry Featured in Last Men In Contest

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The NHL has named goaltender John Gibson to the Pacific Division roster for the 2022 Honda NHL All-Star Game, taking place in Las Vegas from Feb. 4-5. Gibson will make his third career All-Star appearance following his All-Star debut in 2016 in Nashville and 2019 in San Jose, which saw him become the first Anaheim goaltender to appear in multiple All-Star Games. In addition, Troy Terry has been named as Anaheim's representative for the 2022 NHL All-Star Last Men In presented by adidas, which gives fans the ability to vote for the final player on each All-Star roster.

Gibson, 28 (7/14/93), currently ranks third among NHL goaltenders in saves (794), tied for fourth in games started and fifth in minutes (1635). He has a 12-9-6 record with one shutout, a 2.64 goals-against average (GAA) and .917 save percentage (SV%) in 27 games. Gibson posted a career-high seven straight wins from Oct. 31-Nov. 16, recording one shutout, a 1.69 GAA and .942 SV% in that stretch, surpassing his prior best of six consecutive wins (Feb. 15-Mar. 6, 2018).

He earned his 23rd career shutout in a 4-0 victory Nov. 2, 2021 vs. New Jersey to now rank third all-time among Ducks goaltenders in shutouts. He has helped Anaheim's penalty kill rank third among all NHL clubs in 2021-22, stopping 116-of-123 shots while shorthanded, the third-best SV% while shorthanded among league goaltenders (.943%).

Selected by Anaheim in the second round (39th overall) of the 2011 NHL Draft, Gibson has a 160-131-46 record with 23 shutouts, a 2.58 GAA and .917 SV% in 349 career NHL games. Gibson owns the 11th-best career SV% (.917) among goalies to appear in a minimum 300 career NHL games since 1955-56 (when shots on goal became an official NHL stat).

Terry, 24 (9/10/97), owns 22-14=36 points in 38 games this season, co-leading the NHL in overtime goals (2), ranking second in shooting percentage (24.4%), tied for second in GWG (5), tied for fourth in even-strength goals (16), fifth in goals (22) and tied for 10th in power-play goals (6). Terry recorded a career-high 16-game point streak from Oct. 18-Nov 18 (12-10=22), the second-longest point streak in the NHL this season (Connor McDavid, 17 games) and third-longest streak in Ducks history behind Corey Perry (19 games) and Teemu Selanne (17 games). 

Selected by Anaheim in the fifth round (148th overall) of the 2015 NHL Draft, Terry has scored 12-12=24 points in game-tying or go-ahead situations for Anaheim, ranking tied for second in goals and tied fourth in scoring in the respective categories, trailing only Leon Draisaitl (16-12=28), McDavid (9-17=26) and Jonathan Huberdeau (8-18=26).

Fans are encouraged to vote for Terry in the Last Men In competition at

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