The Anaheim Ducks have announced that both Troy Terry and Cam Fowler have exited COVID-19 protocol. 

This is very big news for the Ducks, as they have been struggling as of late. Over their last 10 games, they have only won three times, so they will surely welcome Terry and Fowler back with open arms. At this time, they have a 20-16-7 record and are third in the Pacific Division. However, to maintain that spot, they must win far more frequently from here.

Terry has been a major surprise for the Ducks this season. He currently leads the team with 22 goals and also has 36 total points in just 38 games. The 24-year-old is having a major breakout campaign and has been a huge reason why Anaheim is currently in the playoff hunt. Having him back makes them look far more intimidating than when without. 

Fowler has also been a key member of the Ducks yet again this season. In 39 games thus far, he has five goals to go along with 15 assists. He’s been one of their best defensemen for multiple seasons now, and there haven’t been any signs of that changing. 

The Ducks will be taking on the red-hot Boston Bruins on Monday night, so getting these two back couldn’t have come at a better time for them. Let’s see how they end up doing. 

Photo Credit: © Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

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