Terry Named NHL All-Star for Second Straight Year
The National Hockey League (NHL) today named right winger Troy Terry to the Pacific Division roster for the 2023 Honda NHL All-Star Game, taking place February 3-4 in Florida. Terry will make his second straight All-Star appearance in Vegas after his All-Star debut in 2022.
In addition, center Trevor Zegras and defenseman Cam Fowler have been named Anaheim’s representatives for the 2023 Honda NHL® All-Star Fan Vote™ presented by Guaranteed Rate, giving fans the opportunity to vote for the last player in each All-Star -Squad to vote. Voting begins immediately on NHL.com/Vote to allow fans to select 12 players — 2 skaters and 1 goalie from each division — to enter the 44-man All-Star Skills roster and All-Star Game to complete.
Terry, 25 (9/10/97), has 12-20=32 points in 39 games this season for Anaheim in points, goals, assists, power-play goals (4), points balanced (8-15=23) , equal goals and shots (113). The 6-0, 185-pound forward recorded a career-long five-game assist streak this season from October 30 to November. 6 (1-7=8). The Denver, Colorado native has scored 64-83=147 points in 243 NHL career games with the Ducks.
Terry was selected by Anaheim in the fifth round (148th overall) of the 2015 NHL draft and is currently on track to continue his year-long high-scoring career last season (37-30=67). He also set personal bests in goals, assists, power play goals (8), game-winning goals (7) and appearances (75) while leading the Ducks in goals, goals and game-winning goals. He became the fifth Duck to score 35 goals in a season after Teemu Selanne (x5), Paul Kariya (x4), Corey Perry (x3) and Bobby Ryan (x1) and the first since 2013-14 (Perry, 43) . .
Internationally, Terry represented Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics and had five assists (0-5=5) in five games, fifth among Olympic skaters in assists and second for Team USA in scoring. He led Team USA to gold at the 2017 World Junior Championships by winning 4-on-4 penalties with game-winning goals against Canada (finals) and Russia (semi-finals). He also won gold with Team USA at the 2015 U-18 World Cup.
Zegras, 21 (3/20/01), has 12-20=32 points in 39 games this season, is second among the Ducks skaters in points and goals and third in assists. He leads the NHL in shootout goal this season (4) and leads all NHL skaters with 10 shootout goals since the start of the 2021-22 season, four more than the second-best skater (6, Kirill Kaprizov and Artemi Panarin ).
Zegras was selected by Anaheim in the first round (ninth overall) of the 2019 NHL Draft and has averaged 36-67=103 points in 138 NHL career games with the Ducks. In 2021-22, the Bedford, NY native was runner-up in the Calder Memorial Trophy after setting a Ducks rookie record in points (23-38 = 61) and assists in 75 games.
Fowler, 31 (12/5/91), leads the Anaheim blueliners in points (4-14=18) and assists and is an assistant leader in goals in 39 games this season. A native of Windsor, Ontario, he represented the Ducks at the 2017 NHL All-Star Game in Los Angeles. The 6-2, 215-pound defenseman recorded a career-defining five-game scoring streak (2-6=8) from November 15-23. He recorded three consecutive multi-point appearances (1-5=6) from Nov. 15–19, one of three defensemen this season with three or more consecutive multi-point games, including San Jose’s Erik Karlsson ( four multi-point games in a row). , 27 Oct-3 Oct Nov; 7-4=11) and Detroit’s Filip Hronek (three times in a row, Nov. 19-25; 4-2=6).
Fowler was selected by Anaheim in the first round (12th overall) of the 2010 NHL Draft and has scored 850-299=384 points in 850 NHL career games with Anaheim. He is the franchise’s all-time leader among defenders in points, assists, and appearances.