3 teams that should trade for Anaheim Ducks forward Trevor Zegras

There are a few teams that should be calling the Anaheim Ducks about Trevor Zegras.
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There has been a lot going on in the world of the Anaheim Ducks recently. They acquired Cutter Gauthier a few days ago and it put the hockey world in a spin.

There has been a lot of drama that came from this transaction but the Ducks are not guilty of anything bad. All they did was get a player that didn't want to be in his former organization.

Jamie Drysdale was the player that went back to Philly and they are rallying around him now. The Ducks will miss him but they hope to have some good times with Gauthier in the future.

One fallout rumor that came from all this is the fact that the Ducks might now be willing to trade Trevor Zegras. Is that a good idea? It will be a while before we know the answer to either of those questions.

For now, it is fun to think about who makes sense for Zegras. These are the three teams that should be in on him if he's available:

The Philadelphia Flyers should consider adding Trevor Zegras now

Trevor Zegras and Jamie Drysdale became very close during their time together in Anaheim. Zegras made his opinion of losing Drysdale in a trade known after it happened.

Well, reuniting them in Philly would be good for everyone. The Flyers have good assets that they could send the Ducks for him and Zegras would get in a good situation for himself.

The Flyers have a gap in their organizational forward depth now that Gauthier is gone and Zegras might be able to fill it. He is incredibly flashy and can score at a high level.

He has had over 60 points more than once in his NHL career and he is still in his early 20s. He has the talent, if he can stay healthy, to put up superstar numbers.

Zegras is already a star in terms of entertainment value. He scores highlight reel goals and was already on the EA Sports NHL cover. He'd be perfect in a market like Philly.