Troy Terry Selected as an NHL All-Star

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Troy Terry will represent the Anaheim Ducks at the 2023 NHL All-Star game in Florida. This is Terry’s second all-star selection as he was one last season.

Troy Terry NHL Stats

Although the Anaheim Ducks aren’t doing very well this season, Troy Terry leads them in goals, points, and assists. So far this season, he has 33 points with 12 goals and 21 assists. He has made a name for himself and continues to show that he could be the next Ducks captain. Terry was drafted to the Anaheim Ducks in the fifth round 148th overall in 2015. He entered the league in 2018 but wasn’t a key player until last season.

Last season, he set career highs for himself. He played in 75 games and had 37 goals, and 30 assists which totaled 67 points. He became the fifth Duck to score 35 goals in a single season, joining Teemu Selanne, Paul Kariya, Corey Perry, and Bobby Ryan, and the first since 2013-14 (Corey Perry).

Troy Terry- Other Achievements

Terry represented Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, where he recorded five assists but no goals in five games. He even was fifth among Olympic skaters in assists and second on Team USA in scoring. Terry even helped led Team USA to gold at the 2017 World Junior Championship, going 4-for-4 in shootouts with game-deciding goals against Canada and Russia. He also won gold with Team USA at the 2015 U-18 World Championship.

Before he was drafted he was a Colorado native and played with the Colorado Thunderbirds under-16 team from 2008 until 2014. He eventually left the Thunderbirds to play in the United States Hockey League (USHL) with the USA Hockey National Team Development Program (NTDP).

He led the Denver Pioneers to the 2017 NCAA championships. After that, he agreed on a three-year entry-level contract with the Anaheim Ducks.

Other Ducks Players to Vote In

In addition, Anaheim Ducks Trevor Zegras and Cam Fowler have been named Anaheim’s representatives for the 2023 NHL All-Star Fan Vote, which gives fans the ability to vote for the final player on each All-Star roster. Zegras, 21, has scored 12 goals and 20 assists for 32 points in 39 games this season, second among Ducks skaters in points and goals, and third in assists. In addition, he co-leads the NHL in shootout goals this season and leads all NHL skaters with 10 shootout goals since the start of 2021-22.

He was an Anaheim Ducks first-round pick selected ninth overall in the 2019 NHL Draft. Zegras has scored 36 goals and 67 assists for 103 points in 138 career NHL games with the Ducks. In 2021-22, he was the Calder Memorial Trophy runner-up after setting a Ducks rookie record in points (61) and assists (38) in 75 games.

Fowler who is 3, leads Anaheim blueliners in points (18) and assists (14). Fowler represented the Ducks at the 2017 NHL All-Star Game in Los Angeles. He recorded a career-tying five-game point streak from Nov. 15-23. He also recorded three straight multi-point efforts Nov. 15-19, one of three defensemen this season with three or more consecutive multi-point outings, including Erik Karlsson and Filip Hronek.

Selected by Anaheim in the first round 12 overall in the 2010 NHL Draft, Fowler has recorded 85 goals and 299 assists for 384 points in 850 career NHL games with Anaheim. He is the all-time franchise leader among defensemen in points, assists, and appearances.

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