I mean he was a one and done in college so there's no way he would've stayed all 4 years and not sign. However somewhere down the line it's possible that he would've wanted to go back to the east coast but you'd likely have him for 7 years or something at least. What makes Zegras performance impressive is that he didn't have a high-scoring player on his line, or on his team. The guy led his team in scoring by 10 (ten!!!) points in a 7 game tournament. That's insane. When Pulju had 17 points you had Aho with 14 and Laine with 13 that was on the same line as him. So there's a tremendous difference there. And I don't know why people keep bringing up Mittelstadt? Was he even that good in that tournament? He had 11 points in 7 games, good but not amazing, and less amazing still is that he only led his team in scoring by 1 point. Bellows had 10, Tkachuk 9. So again a huge difference. Anyway, I do think it'll definitely be a bit rough of a transition to the NHL for Zegras. The physicality is something he's not used to and that he'll have to learn to handle and find a way around. So I don't expect him to go in and dominate right away, it'll take some time but with his skill (and confidence) I will be shocked if he's not a top line forward in the future.