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Trevor Zegras flips out in the penalty box during latest Ducks loss


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Tom Banks
March 29, 2024  (1:49 PM)
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Trevor Zegras in the penalty box alongside teammate Ryan Strome.
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The 2023-24 season hasn't been a good one for the Anaheim Ducks, and during their latest loss to a division rival, Trevor Zegras showed off his frustration.

This past week marked another return from injury for Trevor Zegras in 2023-24 after sustaining a tough ankle injury, but it certainly hasn't helped the struggling Ducks. After a 4-0 loss to the rival Seattle Kraken on Tuesday, the teams went at it again on Thursday, with Zegras looking to finish a tough season strong.
Unfortunately, things didn't go their way in this one either, as the Kraken would go on to win 4-2 in a frustrating outing for Zegras and the Ducks. During the game however, Zegras made headlines when he was sent to the penalty box just moments after teammate Ryan Strome, and it was there that he showed off the true extent of his frustration.
Trevor Zegras took out his frustration after taking a double-minor in the 3rd by smashing the penalty box camera 😳

It's been a tough year for Zegras who has been in and out of the lineup due to injury, while also watching a best friend in Jamie Drysdale get traded, and for both Zegras and the Ducks team, this summer can't come quick enough. That doesn't excuse the damage to the NHL property that Zegras has done here, as he is now 23-years old and needs to handle himself better, but in the heat of the moment, things like this are going to happen.
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