Gibson (lower-body) still not practicing with the team.
The Ducks hit the ice for practice on Monday and Gibson was not among the group. Gibson skated before the practice session and he “does his routine” according to head coach Randy Carlyle. Gibson is simply skating and stretching at this point and a return to the crease doesn’t appear imminent.
Gibson (lower-body) is expected to travel on the Ducks’ two-game road trip.
Gibson has missed the last five games with a lower-body injury, but he will travel for the Ducks’ back-to-back in Chicago and St. Louis. This is a pretty good indication that he will start one of the games, so monitor his status tomorrow afternoon.
Gibson was expected to start on Wednesday after finishing Monday's game with 14 saves in relief, but he is now day-to-day with a mysterious lower-body injury. With Gibson sidelined, Jonathan Bernier will get the nod and Jhonas Enroth has been recalled to be his backup.
Gibson will likely start Wednesday vs. the Bruins.
Gibson stopped all 14 shots that he faced in relief of Jonathan Bernier in the Ducks loss in in Arizona on Monday. It was a nice performance from Gibson, who was coming off of a 24-save shutout the night before. He comes into tonight’s game having stopped the last 38 shots he has faced, but will be in tough vs. a strong Bruins offence.