Trevor Zegras added yet another accolade to his impressive rookie campaign Tuesday night, earning a selection to the 2021-22 NHL All-Rookie Team.
Zegras, who also became the second Duck to be named Calder Trophy runner-up at the NHL Awards in Tampa, led all first-year forwards with 191 of a possible 196 votes from the Professional Hockey Writers Association.
The 20-year-old center paced NHL rookies in points per game (.81), power-play goals (seven) and game-winning goals (five). He finished second in points (61), tied for second in goals (23) and third in assists (38).
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Zegras also became just the 15th rookie of the last decade to score at least 60 points, joining a list that includes Artemi Panarin, Auston Matthews and Nathan MacKinnon.
Defenseman Jamie Drysdale finished third in All-Rookie Team voting among defensemen. Drysdale placed second among rookie blueliners in points (32) and assists (28) and tied for third in goals (four).