John Gibson

Jason Banks


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Catches: L

Height: 6-3

Weight: 216

Born: 1993-07-14

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

Drafted: 2011 by Anaheim Ducks, 39th Overall




January 2017 – In the off season the Ducks made a bold move trading Freddy Andersen to the Maple Leafs and acquiring only a veteran project to backup the American stud netminder. The sky is the limit with Gibson and should eventually become a top-5 goalie to own in fantasy hockey (currently ranked 17th on Dobber’s Goalie Rankings, and should be cusping the top 10 by next season). He is no longer a prospect, he is here now, to stay. Jason Banks


January 2016 – Gibson has been selected to his first NHL all-star game, along with Ducks' winger Corey Perry. The news was quite shocking to Gibson, as it was to many others around the league. This honor should provide the rookie netminder an extra boost of confidence after beginning the year with the San Diego Gulls, Anaheim's AHL affiliate. Bryan Puffer


January 2016 – Gibson has officially been named rookie of the month for December, racking up an impressive a 5-3-1 record, 1.62 GAA, .929 SV%, and three shutouts. The Ducks will need the young netminder to continue trending in this direction if they want to work their way up in the standings. Bryan Puffer


December 2015 – The Ducks recently placed goalie Anton Khudobin on waivers, giving the appearance that Gibson has now earned the right to stay with Anaheim for the foreseeable future.  The netminder is going to be a restricted free agent at the end of this season, and the Ducks need to decide if he is going to be their goalie of the future. Gibson had a slight hiccup against the Carolina Hurricanes on December 11, giving up three goals on the 17 shots he faced, before being yanked after the second period.  Nonetheless, the future of Gibson playing in the Ducks organization seems to be making a turn for the better after a turbulent first few years with Anaheim. Bryan Puf