Trevor Zegras scores breathtaking shootout goal to win it for the Ducks, the look on the goalie’s face says it all

Although the Anaheim Ducks have been struggling all season, Trevor Zegras has had a great campaign. The Calder Trophy finalist of last year’s NHL season has recorded ten goals and 17 helpers in 36 games this season in a Ducks team that hasn’t played great.

With a 10-22-4 record, the Ducks are third to last in the league standings, but Zegras just keeps on mesmerizing fans with his dekes and creative plays.

Wednesday was actually a special night for him, as he reached 100 points in the NHL. It took him just 135 games to reach the three-digit point mark, and he was behind most offensive things happening for the Ducks against the Vegas Golden Knights in Wednesday’s 3-2 shootout win.

Trevor Zegras have now played eight straight games without a goal, but it comes down to the Ducks not giving him much to work with. Zegras did, however, record two helpers, both to Adam Henrique, in the first period, but the game was tied 2-2 after regulation.

But it wasn’t just thanks to Trevor Zegras. John Gibson made a season-high 49 saves against the Golden Knights, taking the game to a shootout. After sustaining a lower-body injury on Dec. 13, Gibson played his first game and proved just how important he is for the Ducks.

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In the shootout, he came up big again. 

 He first saved Mark Stone’s attempt, and when Reilly Smith shot his attempt wide, the Ducks had secured the win. And during the shootout, Trevor Zegras once again showed what a wizard he is. Zegras had a slow approach, but with some beautiful and quick dekes, he outsmarted Logan Thompson and roofed a short wrist shot into the net.

The shootout goal from Zegras gained a lot of attention on social media, and everyone just loved his goal.

”I could watch him stickhandle and do shootout attempts for longer than I’d like to admit. So smooth and so shifty. Never feels like he’s not under control,” one fan said.

”It’s just so rude. Imagine the anxiety attack a goalie has when that kid rocks up. You know hes gonna try to dangle your eyes off. You know you want to poke check his annoying ass. he waits. You wait. The microsecond you go to poke check his bullshit he roofs it on you… I would just be furious. Not at him or myself, but the world. Wtf do u do there man,” another said.

”What is the strategy to even save that?” A third asked.

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