The Anaheim Ducks have reviewed top possibility Trevor Zegras from their AHL member in San Diego, making way for the 19-year-old forward’s eagerly awaited NHL debut.
The Ducks took the action Sunday. They play at Arizona on Monday night, despite the fact that Anaheim mentor Dallas Eakins didn’t affirm Zegras will play right away.
Zegras had four objectives and five aids eight games for San Diego, getting off to a bursting start with his first expert group. Half a month prior to joining the Gulls, Zegras was named the MVP of the World Junior Championships, piling up seven objectives and 11 helps while driving the U.S. group to the gold award.
Zegras was the 10th by and large pick in the 2019 draft, and Ducks fans have clamored for the New York local’s introduction since he marked an expert agreement a year ago subsequent to playing for Boston University during the 2019-20 season.
No group in the class needs Zegras’ hostile endowments more than the last-place Ducks, who are toward the end in the NHL with only 33 objectives in 18 games (1.83 per game).
Anaheim (6-9-3) has scored just a single objective in nine of its 18 games, and its strategic maneuver is the NHL’s second-most exceedingly terrible with a 7.5% achievement rate.
Zegras has played focus widely, however he skated on the left wing Sunday at training in Anaheim close by focus Sam Steel and traditional Jakob Silfverberg. He additionally played left wing in San Diego.
While the Ducks seem, by all accounts, to be going no place this season as they endeavor to maintain a strategic distance from their third consecutive year out of the end of the season games, their homestead framework stays promising. Versatile defenseman Jamie Drysdale, the 6th in general pick a year ago, has piled up three objectives and five aids his initial eight games in San Diego.