John Gibson has started his illustrious career with Anaheim in the 2013-14 season. He got a shutout in his first playoff game vs the LA Kings. He shared the William M. Jennings Trophy with Frederik Andersen and was in the 2019 All-Star game. He has played 257 games and has a record of 127-88-30.
Gibson holds the franchise record save percentage at .920%. In what is a still contested debate Gibson was selected over Andersen in what was a franchise-altering decision. During the Vegas Expansion Draft, only one goalie could be kept. GMBM chose to go with Gibson and traded Andersen to the Toronto Maple Leafs a month before the draft.
Frederik Andersen played with the Anaheim Ducks for 3 seasons. He was apart of the 1-2 goalie punch that was him and Gibson. Brian Hayward often referred to them as a “1A, 1B” because you couldn’t go wrong with either one. He played 125 games and had a record of 77-26-12. He was given the helm during the 2014-15 playoffs and got the Ducks all the way to Game 7 in the Western Conference Final. A year later he would be traded to the Maple Leafs so that he wouldn’t be lost for nothing during the Vegas Expansion draft. Andersen leaves behind his franchise record GAA of 2.33
The Ducks have seen many backups come and go over the years but none have been better than Ryan Miller. In the summer of 2017 the Ducks signed free agent Ryan Miller and boy has he been good. He’s played for the team for 3 seasons and has played 56 games and has a record of 24-14-10. He also broke the record for most NHL wins by an American goalie. He’s currently a backup but still plays like a starter.