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ANAHEIM — The game was only 72 seconds old when Ducks goaltender John Gibson went down and couldn’t rise to his feet. He had absorbed a blistering shot to the body from the right wing, then gloved another from the left while lying in a prone position.

Athletic trainer Joe Huff hustled off the bench on his way to check on Gibson.

Ducks fans went silent. Would this be another one of those nights?

Gibson stayed in the game and made 26 saves for his first shutout of the season and the 19th of his career. Ryan Getzlaf and Cam Fowler each had a goal and an assist and the Ducks ended the New York Islanders’ 17-game point streak with a 3-0 victory Monday night at Honda Center.

After a harrowing start that included Gibson requiring medical attention, the Ducks rallied smartly. Getzlaf scored the only goal they would need on a scramble play midway through the second period, and Fowler and Ondrej Kase added insurance goals in the third.

The Ducks (11-11-3) limited the Islanders (16-4-2) to only 10 shots over the final two periods. New York’s Mathew Barzal went into the game with a team-leading nine goals and 20 points, but the Ducks held him without a shot. Barzal also was on the ice for all three Ducks goals.

“I thought we did OK against them,” Ducks coach Dallas Eakins said, understating the obvious. “Getting us through that first period, ‘Gibby’ was excellent. We got our feet underneath us and started to battle back. I was really proud of our guys with how they played and stuck with the game plan.”

Gibson set the tone early, turning away each of the 16 shots he faced in the first period. The Ducks, and especially Getzlaf, picked him up over the next two periods. Getzlaf was credited with a goal that New York’s Jordan Eberle tapped into his own net at 10:26 of the second.

Getzlaf then fed a trailing Fowler for a third-period goal that made it 2-0 at 13:13 of the final period. Fowler earned an assist on Ondrej Kase’s game-clinching goal only 71 seconds later, helping to end the Ducks’ three-game losing streak (0-2-1) and giving them only their second win in 10 games (2-5-3).

It was a statement game from Getzlaf, who called out the Ducks after Saturday’s 6-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning, when he said they “quit” after giving up the tiebreaking goal in the second period. Getzlaf was the best player on the ice Monday.

“That’s definitely the response we wanted,” said Getzlaf, the Ducks co-leader with nine goals. “We talked a little bit as a group and some things were said. It was necessary to respond as a group, and I thought we did a good job of that, playing 60 minutes.”

Above all, the Ducks improved as the game progressed, a departure from their losses to the Lightning on Saturday and to the Florida Panthers on Thursday, when they squandered a four-goal lead en route to a 5-4 overtime loss. On Monday, they took the Islanders’ best shot and kept skating.

“I just felt like we didn’t let up,” Getzlaf said. “Throughout the game, we sustained what we wanted to do. (There were) a lot less turnovers at their blue line. We kept the puck moving forward and we got rewarded for it. … Our ‘D’ did a great job tonight. Again, responding.

“That’s a big part of moving forward and building as a group, being able to take criticism.”

In the wake of the losing streak, Eakins shuffled his defense pairs Monday, teaming Hampus Lindholm with fellow Swede Jacob Larsson and Fowler with Erik Gudbranson while keeping Brendan Guhle and Korbinian Holzer together for the second consecutive game.

“Well, it’s obviously a great challenge,” Fowler said of blanking the Islanders. “They’re one of the hottest or the hottest team in the league, so easy game for us to get up for. We believe we can compete with anybody if we play consistently for 60 minutes, and we did that tonight.”

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