Troy Terry signs 7-year extension with Anaheim Ducks
Troy Terry has been a monster for the Ducks since his breakout in the 2021-22 season. Posting 128 points in 145 games across two seasons. In those two seasons, Terry has scored 60 goals and assisted his teammates 68 times.
Anaheim selected Terry with the No. 148 pick in the 2015 NHL draft. Since then, the Denver, Colorado native has put up 75 goals and 101 assists for a total of 176 points. Most of those points came from his last two seasons, where he put up back-to-back 60-point seasons.
Before being drafted to the NHL, Terry, the Denver, Colorado native, played college hockey for his hometown team. Terry played at Denver University from 2015 to 2018, where he put up 115 points in 115 career games for the Pioneers. Leading him to be a point-per-game player. The now 25-year-old right winger scored 45 goals and 70 assists at Denver. He also would achieve a +56 rating in college.
For the next few years, Terry will team up with fellow Anaheim Ducks forward and young star Trevor Zegras. Zegras has accounted for 139 points in three years in the NHL, including two 61- and 65-point seasons in the last two years. Now that Terry has signed his seven-year extension, Anaheim might have some light at the end of the tunnel. Keeping these two young All-Star caliber players on their roster is essential for their rebuilding stage.
Can Terry and Zegras lead the Ducks back to the playoffs? Let us know in the comments down below.
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