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36 John Gibson G
Height/Weight: 6-3/212 | Birthdate: 7/14/1993 | Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA, USA | Team: Anaheim Ducks | College: None | NHL Experience: 1 | Owned/Started%: 54/19 | Average Draft Position: 142.26
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4/17/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Misses Practice

News: John Gibson (upper body) didn't practice Friday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: John Gibson's absence likely indicates that the Ducks will once again turn to Frederik Andersen on Saturday in Game 2 of their series against the Jets, with Jason LaBarbera serving as the team's backup. Gibson will likely need to return to the ice for several full practices before returning to the Ducks' lineup.

4/17/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Out For Game 1

News: John Gibson (upper body) will not be available in Game 1 of the Ducks' first-round postseason series with the Jets, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: John Gibson was absent from practice again Thursday morning, ensuring that Frederik Andersen will make the start in goal while Jason LaBarbera steps in as the backup. Despite Gibson's lack of recent on-ice activity, he's still being viewed as day-to-day and remains a candidate to play later in the series.

4/15/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Doubtful For Game 1

News: Coach Bruce Boudreau indicated that while John Gibson (upper body) is "getting closer" to a return, the goalie isn't expected to be available for Thursday's Game 1 matchup with the Jets, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Analysis: John Gibson wasn't able to practice with the team Wednesday, virtually ensuring that Frederik Andersen will make the start for Game 1 while Jason LaBarbera serves as the backup in goal. The Ducks continue to view Gibson as day-to-day, so for the moment, it doesn't appear that he's at risk of missing much more than Thursday's game.

4/15/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Misses Practice

News: John Gibson (upper body) didn't practice Wednesday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: The report notes that John Gibson got some skating and work in before practice, but at this stage he remains day-to-day, which presumably puts Frederik Andersen on track to start Thursday's playoff opener against the Jets.

4/13/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Day-To-Day Heading Into Game 1

News: Coach Bruce Boudreau said Monday that John Gibson (upper body) is still being viewed as day-to-day in advance of Thursday's Game 1 against the Jets, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Analysis: Like many coaches at this time of the year, Boudreau wasn't willing to divulge much information regarding John Gibson's injury, which forced the Ducks to call up Jason LaBarbera from AHL Norfolk as goalie depth for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Coyotes. Even if Gibson recovers in time to dress for Game 1, his iffy health will probably prompt Boudreau to stick with Frederik Andersen in the net for the start of the series.

4/11/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson (Upper Body) Out Saturday

News: John Gibson has an upper-body injury and has been officially ruled out for Saturday's game, the Orange County Register's Eric Stephens reports.
Analysis: He is day-to-day with the injury, but with Saturday's game being the regular season finale, fantasy owners in regular season leagues will no longer have any use for John Gibson.

4/11/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Nursing Injury

News: John Gibson is nursing a minor injury and isn't expected to play Saturday against the Coyotes, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: John Gibson was a candidate to start Saturday's season finale, but after apparently suffering the injury in Friday's practice, the Ducks were concerned enough to recall Jason LaBarbera from AHL Norfolk. At this time, Gibson's injury is believed to be minor, though more information on that front should become available closer to game time. The Ducks have taken a tandem approach to their goaltending situation as the postseason nears, with both Gibson and Frederik Andersen sharing the duties over the last few weeks.

4/4/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Takes Loss Friday

News: John Gibson allowed three goals on 22 shots in Friday's loss to the Avs.
Analysis: John Gibson was unable to hold an early lead for his Ducks, spelling an end to the team's four-game winning streak. Victories have been few and far between for Gibson of late, as he has only recorded one win since his run of three straight in mid-March. With only two regular-season games left for the Ducks, Gibson will need to come up with something special if he is to see extensive time in the postseason ahead of Frederik Andersen.

4/3/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Starting Friday

News: John Gibson will start Friday's game against the Avalanche, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: John Gibson and Frederik Andersen have both been getting plenty of work, but Andersen handled three of the previous four games. While the veteran appears to have an advantage heading into the playoffs, this has the look of a situation that could change with a couple of bad outings.

3/29/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Gets Back In Win Column

News: John Gibson went 26-of-27 in Sunday's win over New Jersey.
Analysis: John Gibson's shutout bid was looking strong until the Devils' Dainius Zubrus ended it with just 3:25 left to play. Gibson probably won't lose too much sleep over it though, as the win was his first in over two weeks.

3/29/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks Turn To Gibson Sunday

News: John Gibson will start in net Sunday against the Devils.
Analysis: John Gibson allowed four goals on 26 shots in his last outing Tuesday, but will return to the net Sunday following two starts by Frederik Andersen. Neither has been spectacular, which will likely lead to continued fluidity in net.

3/25/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Confirmed To Start Tuesday

News: John Gibson has been confirmed as Tuesday's starter in goal for the Ducks' tilt with the Blue Jackets, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Coach Bruce Boudreau went with Frederik Andersen for both of the Ducks' previous two games, but after the goalie faltered in his second outing against the Rangers on Sunday, John Gibson appears to have reemerged as Option 1A in net. Boudreau figures to employ a roughly even split of the goalie duties the rest of the way, but both Gibson and Andersen will generally remain dependable options most nights due to the overall strength of the Ducks' roster. Over his 20 appearances this season, Gibson is 12-6-0 with a 2.58 GAA and .917 save percentage.

3/24/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Struggles Again Tuesday

News: John Gibson gave up four goals on 26 shots Tuesday in a 5-3 loss to the Blue Jackets.
Analysis: After he came on in relief and gave up four goals Sunday against the Rangers, John Gibson drew the start Tuesday and wasn't much better. The Ducks are looking for answers in net right now, as both Gibson and Frederik Andersen have been struggling of late -- and as a result, the team has been rather mediocre.

3/24/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks Turn To Gibson On Tuesday

News: John Gibson is on track to start Tuesday's game against the Blue Jackets, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: John Gibson, who last started on March 18, will look to help the Ducks bounce back from Sunday's 7-2 loss to the Rangers, a game in which he allowed four goals on 22 shots after replacing starter Frederik Andersen. Prior to that, Gibson had won his previous three decisions for Anaheim.

3/22/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Struggles In Relief

News: John Gibson allowed four goals on 22 shots after replacing starter Frederik Andersen Sunday in New York.
Analysis: Much like starter Andersen (who went 4-of-7), John Gibson got torched by a Rangers team that had struggled to score in its previous outings. The win would have given Anaheim sole possession of first in the league and the honor of being the first team to cross the 100-point plateau -- something they're going to have a chance to achieve Tuesday in Columbus.

3/18/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Gets Third Straight Win

News: John Gibson allowed two goals on 31 shots in Wednesday's overtime win over the Kings.
Analysis: This makes John Gibson's third straight win and fourth straight start. His play has been stellar of late, so expect the Ducks to continue with the hot hand. Fantasy owners should do the same.

3/18/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson To Draw Another Nod Wednesday

News: John Gibson will be in the crease for Wednesday's match against the Blue Jackets, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: For at least the time being, John Gibson appears to have overtaken Frederik Andersen as the Ducks' No. 1 netminder, and justifiably so. He'll earn a fourth straight start Wednesday, after holding fellow Western Conference playoff contenders in the Wild and Predators to one and two goals, respectively, in his last two outings. Once Gibson begins to lose a little momentum, Andersen should factor back into the conversation for starting duty, but fantasy owners should continue to keep the 21-year-old active while he has the hot hand.

3/15/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Strong In Win

News: John Gibson went 25-of-27 in Sunday's win over the Predators.
Analysis: This makes two great starts since John Gibson get shellacked in Calgary a few games ago, and marks his third straight start. It's definitely not time to start calling Gibson the starter in Anaheim, but it certainly seems that he's got an edge on Frederik Andersen at the moment.

3/15/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Starting Sunday

News: John Gibson led the Ducks onto the ice for warmups before Sunday's game against the Predators, nhl.com's Brooks Bratten reports.
Analysis: John Gibson has now started three consecutive games, after Frederik Andersen started three of the previous four contests. It wouldn't be surprising to see either player in net for Wednesday's game against Los Angeles, but Gibson seems to have the current edge.

3/14/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Redeems Himself Friday

News: John Gibson was fantastic Friday, stopping 32 of 33 shots in a 2-1 road win over the Wild.
Analysis: After being lit up for six goals one game prior by the Flames, John Gibson rewarded coach Bruce Boudreau's decision to go back to him with a 32-save gem against a very tough Minnesota team. Gibson has now won three of his last four starts and owns a 10-6-0 record to go with a 2.54 GAA and .919 save percentage this season. It's anybody's guess right now who's going to man the crease for the Ducks, as Frederik Andersen has struggled in three starts since returning from an upper-body injury, but it's conceivable that Gibson has a slight edge given his recent play. Owners of both goalies should monitor closely.

3/13/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson To Get Start Friday

News: John Gibson will be in the net for Friday's game against the Wild, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: The decision to go with John Gibson is somewhat surprising, as the netminder was torched for six goals on 23 shots in the Ducks' last game Wednesday against the Flames. It's possible that coach Bruce Boudreau just wanted the young netminder to put the bad outing behind him right away, so Gibson will get a shot at redemption Friday. Gibson will normally make for an appealing option most nights, but it may be difficult for him to claim a win on the road while opposing goalie Devan Dubnyk continues to play at an elite level.

3/11/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Takes Loss To Flames

News: John Gibson stopped 17-of-23 Wednesday night in Calgary.
Analysis: The poor performance was a tad uncharacteristic for the netminder, who's been razor sharp when called upon in the past few weeks. Despite the poor performance, John Gibson should continue to see some more starts down the stretch.

3/11/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Confirmed For Wednesday

News: John Gibson is confirmed as the starter in goal for Wednesday's game against the Flames, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: John Gibson will step in for Frederik Andersen, who struggled while receiving the nod in the Ducks' last two games. With a 9-5-0 record, 2.41 GAA, and .924 save percentage over his 15 appearances, Gibson has looked the part of the elite goalie prospect he was billed as coming into the season, and should be a serviceable fantasy option just about any time he's slated to start.

3/11/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson Expected To Start Wednesday

News: John Gibson was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate and is expected to start Thursday against the Flames, Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen submitted sub-.900 save percentages while taking the loss in both of the Ducks' previous two contests, so it's not overly surprising that John Gibson will receive a chance to get the team back in the win column. Coach Bruce Boudreau indicated last week that he'd employ a rough timeshare between his two goalies for the remainder of the season, but he could have the temptation to ride the hot goalie for a stretch. With Andersen scuffling of late, opportunity knocks for Gibson to earn a greater share of the netminding duties if he can turn in a stellar performance Wednesday.

3/7/2015

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John Gibson

Ducks' Gibson To Split Goalie Duties With Andersen

News: Coach Bruce Boudreau suggested after Friday's morning skate that John Gibson would split the goaltending duties with Frederik Andersen through the remainder of the season, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: The news qualifies as a positive development for John Gibson, who seemed at risk of losing out on regular action when Andersen returned from injured reserve earlier this week. However, Gibson's capable play during Andersen's absence -- highlighted by wins in six of his last seven starts -- was enough to convince the Ducks' brass to not only keep the 21-year-old with the parent club, but to also carve out a decent-sized role for him. Expect the Ducks to adopt an alternate starting pattern with their two goalies, with Gibson likely possessing strong odds to come away with the victory on any given night due to the strong complement of players around him.