Sports Watch: Gibson's miraculous saves preserve Ducks' win over Canes

18:21  12 december  2017
18:21  12 december  2017 Source:   theScore

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John Gibson will be haunting the Carolina Hurricanes' dreams for the foreseeable future.

The Anaheim Ducks goaltender made a pair of miraculously acrobatic saves late in the third period on Monday, helping ensure a 3-2 victory for his club.

  Watch: Gibson's miraculous saves preserve Ducks' win over Canes © Victor Decolongon / Getty Images Sport / Getty

First up, a cross-crease robbery.

Not to be outdone by this fancy number:

Both saves were made with a 3-1 scoreline, and although the Hurricanes got within one later on, Gibson's efforts ultimately made the difference.

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