The absolutely amazing story of Montreal Canadiens' prospect Nick Suzuki continues.
Suzuki has helped the Guelph Storm make two remarkable series comebacks in the OHL playoffs and on Sunday helped the team win the championship.
The young Habs' forward was also named MVP of the playoffs.
Suzuki had 42 points in 24 games which included four game winning goals three of those points coming in Sunday's game.
"We had a tough start, but we had tough starts in most of the other series," said Suzuki. "The team never stops working."
The team also features another Canadiens' prospect in Cam Hillis who's been injured and only able to play two games in the playoffs.
The Storm are now off to the Memorial Cup.
Félicitations à Nick Suzuki, champion de la OHL avec le Storm de Guelph et joueur le plus utile des séries! ???? Congratulations to @nsuzuki_37, OHL champion with @Storm_City, and playoff MVP! ???? pic.twitter.com/EzJnMw4GmU
— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) May 13, 2019