Earlier this season Montreal Canadiens prospect Nick Suzuki was part of a huge blockbuster OHL deal that saw him go from the Owen Sound Attack to the Guelph Storm.
While Suzuki and the Storm were able to put up a great performance for the rest of season, unfortunately they haven't been able to fully put it together during the playoffs.
With the Storm on the brink of elimination, Suzuki himself came through to save the day.
Suzuki had three points, taking part in all three of the Storm's goals during their elimination game to bring his total to 12 points in eight playoff games.
Guelph is now down 3-1 in their series against the London Knights with the next game taking place on Saturday.
Suzuki has put together a more then memorable final OHL season with 49 points in 29 games and 45 points in 30 games with the Owen Sound Attack before he was traded.
Nick Suzuki #9 had 3 points to help Guelph win their elimination game. The Storm is down 3-1 vs London. Suzuki has 12 points in 8 playoffs games. pic.twitter.com/LHS05l1aP7
— David St-Louis (@RinksideView) April 11, 2019