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More about Jonathan Drouin

Though for much of his time with the Halifax Mooseheads Jonathan Drouin labored in the enormous shadow of teammate, linemate and fellow draft eligible prospect, Nathan MacKinnon, in any other year he would have been a slam dunk as the number one overall pick. A slick stickhandler and a pinpoint passer, Drouin routinely wound up on the highlight reel during the WHL season, and was a huge reason why the Halifax Mooseheads went on to win the Memorial Cup this season.

It was the consensus of most NHL scouts that Drouin was the third best prospect heading into this NHL draft, behind MacKinnon and Portland Winterhawks’ star blueliner, Seth Jones. However, there were some who maintained that Drouin was actually the most skilled of the bunch, and when draft day came he actually wound up moving up in the draft, selected second overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning, just behind MacKinnon, who went first to the Colorado Avalanche.

The fit in Tampa Bay looks like a good one for Drouin. Anticipation is high to see what he can do when paired with current Lightning Superstar, Steven Stamkos. With his deft passing ability and Stamkos’ deadly scoring touch it looks like a match made in heaven. Watch for Drouin to make an immediate impact with the Lightning, and if he does end up playing an entire season with Stamkos don’t be surprised to see him lead all rookies in scoring and quite possibly walk away with the Calder following the 2013-14 season.