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EP Rinkside Prospect Pool Rankings: No. 18 Ranked Anaheim Ducks

The Anaheim Ducks have one of the league’s most impressive draft resumes, adding key players outside the first round, such as John Gibson, Ondrej Kase, Brandon Montour, Josh Manson, and others.

As the organization retools, the youth movement is in full swing. Several of the organization’s top prospects have already seen time in the NHL. By the parameters of this list, Troy Terry, Max Jones, Daniel Sprong, Kiefer Sherwood, and Jacob Larsson are considered graduated. That’s an impressive turnover, especially considering that three of them are first-year pros.

1. Trevor Zegras, C, USNTDP

With their highest pick since 2012, the Ducks made a high-upside bet on Trevor Zegras. Zegras was arguably the draft’s most creative playmaker; a player who makes everyone around him better. I’ll keep this br

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