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From Chicago’s Artemi Panarin to Buffalo’s Jack Eichel, and even Arizona’s Max Domi, there has been no shortage of qualified candidates to be up for nomination to take home this year’s Calder Trophy.
To answer plain and simple, Gibson is the reason the Ducks haven’t self-destructed after starting the season 7-10-4, which was the Duck’s record before Gibson saw his first action of 2015-2016.
The Ducks return from the All-Star break next Tuesday, as they’ll play host to the division rival Sharks.
The Sharks have been the best team in the Pacific for most of January, and have not lost a game in regulation is their last 10 contests.
Digging deeper into the stats, it’s quite obvious to see that Gibson was the main reason the Ducks have been able to stay afloat, no pun intended, and managed to stay within striking distance of a playoff spot.
Each year, DU volunteers and staff hold more than 4,000 fundraising events across the country.It’s also important to consider how bad the Ducks offense had been for most of the early part of the season.For these reasons, it’s entirely possible to see Gibson as a legitimate contender for the Calder Trophy as the leagues best rookie.The best players in the game will be on hand to enjoy the festivities that the Nashville Predators enjoy throughout the length of the regular season.The Anaheim Ducks will have 2 representatives in Nashville in forward Corey Perry and goaltender John Gibson.