By Allan Muir
A year ago, Jonathan Drouin decided to start the season in Midget AAA because he wasn't sure he was good enough to make the jump to the QMJHL.
Now, the rest of the QMJHL has to be wondering if it's good enough for him.
It seems like every game that the young winger plays for the Halifax Mooseheads produces another viral moment. Sunday's 11-3 win over Acadie-Bathurst was no different, with Drouin turning one particularly brilliant shift into a one-man show.
If you enjoy watching a highly skilled player put on a stickhandling clinic, or if you simply like to see hapless defenders turned into pylons, you'll want to check this out.
Jones. MacKinnon. Lindholm. Barkov. Drouin. What a year to end up with a lottery pick, eh?