Trevor Zegras signs pro deal with Anaheim Ducks

Trevor Zegras inked a three-year professional contract with the Anaheim Ducks on Friday evening, leaving Boston University after one season.

A native of Bedford, NY and graduate of the United States National Team Development Program, the 19-year old Zegras was selected ninth overall by Anaheim in the 2019 NHL draft.

Zegras served as BU’s first-line center for the length of the 2019-20 season, starring offensively for the Terriers with 11 goals and 25 assists for 36 points in 33 games. He was recognized with Hockey East All-Rookie Team honors at the end of the season.

He led all Hockey East freshmen in assists, ranking second among all NCAA division-one first-years. Nationally, his 36 points and 1.09 points per game put him in a tie for third across his class.

After impressing with Team USA at the World Juniors this past winter, Zegras made headlines in the Beanpot with an assist on BU’s late go-ahead goal against Boston College and two goals against Northeastern in the title game, including a last-second equalizer.

Zegras put up nine multi-point games and five point streaks of three games or more. He ended his collegiate career with an assist in four consecutive games.

10 thoughts on “Trevor Zegras signs pro deal with Anaheim Ducks”

  1. i know they have different situations and all that, but zegras leaves and newhook/knight/boldy stay. typical. if we didn’t have bad luck we would have no luck at all

  2. Wishing Trevor well but I don’t care who bc has because I only care who we have. I understand why kids leave I get it but I move on to what we have. Looking forward to seeing the new goalie. Some forwards I have heard good things about. If anyone knows how hard Ty works you know he will be ready to go.

  3. i care about who leaves BC because we play them. also, glad Madden left NU. don’t have to face him. dugan from PC. don’t have to face him. anytime one’s rivals lose a key player it is good. just ask the fans from buffalo, miami and the jets now that Brady is in tampa.

    Duh?

  4. Vinnie my point is I’m not going to be awed by bc my focus is on my team. I don’t care what team bc puts on the ice I only care about my terriers🐾

  5. i know you do colin. i stated that clearly the first time. i care about both. the terriers and the rivals, especially bc who i hate

    • I agree Vinnie. It’s very important to me that BC puts as bad a team on the ice as humanly possible.

  6. Glenn I want to beat the best. Therefore being the best. It’s good for college hockey when BU and bc are good.

    • Hi Colin! I understand and respect your position. However, that’s not how I am as a fan. I’m not that interested in what’s best for college hockey. When it comes to player/prospect news/developments, all I care about is how that either increases or decreases the chances of my team winning a championship. This is the case with all my spectator sports. I do have a friend back here in Westchester who is like you in that regard. If we go to a Yankees game together, I would rather them win 20-0. Although he is a Yankees fan too, he would rather them lose 5-4 than win 20-0 LOL. In other words, he highly values the level of competitiveness. As for me, I’ll accept that competitiveness but what I care about is my team winning and am happy when I see news developments that make it more likely to happen … either things that are good for my team or bad for my team’s rival (excluding any injury or illness of course).

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