Gibson made 44 saves on 46 shots in Friday's 5-2 win over the Kings.
The Kings threw a lot of rubber at Gibson, but the Pittsburgh native stood his ground just fine for the victory. Gibson ends the year at 26-22-8 with a 2.84 GAA and a .917 save percentage. It's the worst of his four seasons as the primary starter -- the Ducks began the year plagued by injuries before Gibson himself missed most of February -- so he'll be looking to bounce back in 2019-20.
Gibson will tend the home twine for Friday's game versus the Kings, Curtis Zupke of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Gibson has a .916 save percentage and 2.86 GAA this campaign, and those numbers have developed into a 25-22-8 record. The Kings have the 30th-ranked offense -- Anaheim has the worst -- with 2.40 goals per game, so Gibson stands a chance to end a frustrating season on a high note.
Gibson allowed one goal on 31 shots in a 5-1 victory against the Oilers on Saturday.
While he hasn't always been tasked with stopping the most pucks lately, Gibson has won seven of his last eight games while posting a .925 save percentage. It's been a subpar season for Gibson overall, but that's mostly because the team has played so poorly in front of him. However, Gibson and his teammates are seemingly salvaging his numbers, as he is now 25-22-8 with a 2.86 GAA and .916 save percentage in 57 games.
Gibson will patrol the blue paint against host Edmonton on Saturday, Derek Van Diest of NHL.com reports.
The Oilers naturally kick the scoring up a notch at home, as they're ranked 16th in that metric at 3.08 goals per game -- that's seven pegs higher than their scoring rate away from Rogers Place (2.63). Gibson will look to deny Edmonton's top-heavy lineup and lock down his third straight win, having already snuck past the Sharks and Cancuks in succession.
Gibson stopped 28 of 32 shots in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Canucks.
Gibson ended up on the right side of a back-and-forth contest that saw the Canucks come within one goal in the third period. His record improved to 24-22-8 with a 2.89 GAA and a .915 save percentage. The Ducks continue their road trip in Calgary on Friday. The Flames have the fourth-best offense in the league at 3.53 goals per game, making Gibson a risky play should he draw the start.
Gibson led his team out onto the ice Tuesday in Vancouver, so he'll scuff up the road crease for the contest.
Gibson brings some nice momentum into this one, having won five times in his past six games. He's allowed two goals three times and three goals three times in that stretch, setting a nice baseline for what can be expected from him against a Canucks team that ranks 21st in home scoring at 2.89 goals per game.
Gibson stopped 23 of 26 shots in a 4-3 overtime win against the Sharks on Friday.
The win is Gibson's fifth in his last six starts and moves his record to 23-22-8 with a 2.87 GAA and .916 save percentage. It was a good bounce-back performance from Anaheim's netminder, who was coming off a loss in his last start. The Ducks now head to LA to face the Kings on Saturday, with no word yet on who will start in net for the visitors.
Gibson will guard the goal in Friday's home game against the Sharks, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Gibson was a little shaky in his last start Wednesday against Winnipeg, surrendering three goals on 23 shots en route to a 3-0 defeat. The American backstop will look to bounce back and pick up his 23rd win of the season in a home matchup with a slumping San Jose team that's lost four straight games.
Gibson stopped 20 of 23 shots in a 3-0 loss to Winnipeg on Wednesday. The Ducks' starting goaltender had won his last four starts.
Anaheim's crease dweller made 20 saves -- including a few beauties -- but the three pucks that eluded Gibson proved to be more than enough on this night. The loss moves his season record to 22-22-8, to go along with his 2.87 GAA and .916 save percentage.
Gibson will start in goal Wednesday against the visiting Jets, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register
It's too little, too late for the Ducks, as the team won't be making the playoffs, but Gibson has been clutch for fantasy owners down the stretch based on an active four-game winning streak with a 2.25 GAA and .942 save percentage over that span. He'll field shots from a Jets club with the best record (43-25-4) in the Central Division -- also winners of three straight games and six of the past 10 contests.
Gibson stood strong against the Panthers on Sunday, stopping 37 of 39 shots to get the win. Gibson credited the win as a total team effort, Adam Brady of NHL.com reports. "It seems that we have a different mentality," Gibson said. "We just needed to change the atmosphere, it's a little more upbeat and it just seems that we are playing more of a team game. I think the biggest thing I've noticed is our compete level, whether we are winning or losing."
Gibson has won his last four starts, improving to 22-21-8 on the season with a .917 save percentage. His overall numbers are below previous seasons, but so much of that has to do with the defense in front of him. Only recently have the Ducks started to play well.
Gibson will patrol the blue paint for Sunday's game against Florida, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
It's been a pretty up-and-down season for Gibson, but he's currently working off a three-game win streak. During that span, he's registered a wonderful .939 save percentage and 2.34 GAA. The 25-year-old is a strong fantasy netminder despite his rough patches this season and he should be started as such.
Gibson allowed three goals on 44 shots in a 5-3 victory over the Avalanche on Friday.
This was Gibson's third consecutive win to pull him back to a .500 mark. The record isn't good, but Gibson has been very strong this season, and he's been incredible on his winning streak. He's posted a .939 save percentage in the last three games. Overall, Anaheim's top netminder is 21-21-8 with a 2.88 GAA and .916 save percentage in 52 games this season.
Gibson will tend the road twine in Friday's game versus the Avalanche, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
He's been standing tall in the blue paint with a .926 save percentage since the trade deadline, and his teammates are finally pulling their weight as Gibson has a 3-2-0 record in that span. The Avalanche have been shut out in two of the last three contests, so Gibson is set up well to continue the recent play.
Gibson stopped 32 of 34 shots in a 3-2 win over the Predators on Tuesday.
Gibson kept the twine safe for 54:16 before Filip Forsberg scored twice on the power play. Gibson was able to lock it down over the last five minutes to secure the win. His record improved to 20-21-8 with a 2.88 GAA and a .915 save percentage. Tuesday's contest was Gibson's 50th start of the year. The Ducks have a back-to-back Thursday and Friday, which likely means Gibson will split starts with Ryan Miller on the short road trip.
Gibson is shaping up to be the home starter versus the Predators on Tuesday, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Anaheim deployed backup Ryan Miller in Sunday's game against the Kings, so Gibson will take back the net against a Predators club that's averaged three goals per game on the road this season. Gibson has a 19-21-8 record, 2.90 GAA and .915 save percentage through 50 games, which easily qualifies as a down year for him.
Gibson stopped 35 of 37 shots in an 8-2 win over the Canadiens on Friday.
The Ducks never trailed in this contest, and Gibson's stellar play was a big reason why. Gibson improved to 19-21-8 with a 2.90 GAA and a .915 save percentage in 50 games (49 starts). Life shouldn't be as hard when the Kings visit for a California battle Sunday in a matchup between the two worst offenses in the league.
Gibson will tend twine at home against the Habs on Friday, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Gibson has just one win in his last seven outings, along with an abysmal 4.70 GAA and .867 save percentage. Even if the netminder was performing better, he would be hard pressed to compile wins, considering Anaheim is averaging a league-worst 2.18 goals per game. It could be a busy night for the Pittsburgh native, as Montreal is putting 33.4 shots on net per game (fourth highest in the league).
Gibson allowed five goals on 33 shots in a 5-4 loss to the Blues on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old finally snapped his five-game losing streak on Sunday, but this performance will shed any goodwill built up from that game. Gibson is now 1-6-0 with an .867 save percentage in seven games since Jan. 23. During that stretch, he also missed nine games because of an upper-body injury. Gibson's had an extremely rough season. He is 18-21-8 with a 2.92 GAA and .914 save percentage in 49 games.
Gibson will defend the home net Wednesday against the Blues, Ducks PA announcer Phil Hulett reports.
Gibson took off the front end of a back-to-back set Tuesday against the Coyotes, but he gets the nod Wednesday for what should be the tougher of the two matchups. He'll at least get to face the Blues on home ice, where he sports a 2.72 GAA and a .914 save percentage to go along with his 10-7-7 record. St. Louis has also hit a minor skid recently, losing three of their last four games. The Blues have also notched two or fewer goals in six straight games, so Gibson could sneak on to daily radars as a value play.
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