The Montreal Canadiens put together an incredible come from behind victory over the weekend as they took down the Toronto Maple Leafs during a shootout.
It was Nick Suzuki's second game in the NHL and his first in front of a hometown crowd and his family with Suzuki being a London, Ontario, native.
Much like the Bell Centre, tickets for the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto are extremely expensive, even more expensive than the Bell Centre.
With Suzuki struggling to come up with the money for all the friends and family he wanted to invite to the game, Jonathan Drouin stepped in.
Drouin found out that Suzuki needed more tickets and without hesitation paid for the tickets himself.
A real veteran move by Drouin to take care of the rookie!
Quel beau geste de Jonathan Drouin! ???? pic.twitter.com/NDEFGWeMLS
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