All the attributes that made Ducks goalie John Gibson such a major hockey prospect came to life in his 38-save shutout of the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday.
The 21-year-old rookie's rapid reaction time and focus on the puck led the Ducks to a 1-0 victory, which was Anaheim's first shutout win at United Center in eight years.
Early in the third period, Gibson showed all of his skill in one memorable save, watching a pass slide to Chicago's leader Jonathan Toews, the two-time Stanley Cup champion left alone to face a wide-open net, poised to beat the kid.
Instead, Gibson slid over and denied Toews.
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