Nick Suzuki, a 2017 first round draft pick of the Montreal Canadiens, is having one of the best playoffs in Ontario Hockey League history, although he has a lot of catching up to do if he wants to beat Connor McDavid’s 49 PTS in the 2015 playoffs. Nick is definitely turning a lot of heads with 15 goals and 23 assists for 38 points in 22 games played.
In Game 4 of the Ontario Hockey League Final on Wednesday in Guelph, Nick was able to continue his magical run adding one goal and two assists and was named the game’s first star.
OHLNetwork was able to talk to Nick following Game 4.
Sam Hossack – Here with Nick Suzuki of the Guelph Storm, Nick you set a playoff record tonight for the Storm in points can you just go through that a little bit and what the playoff run has been like for yourself and the Storm?
Nick Suzuki – ” Yea I think it’s pretty cool to have that honour, right now I think the whole playoffs my line has been clicking the power play has been really good and were scoring a lot of goals and just get the opportunity and trying to capitalize.”
SH- As you said before, the crowd is behind you, how can you guys go into Ottawa with a sold-out building on Friday and try and continue the momentum you had here?
NS- “Yep, we’ve played in some tough buildings throughout the playoffs and just gotta bring that experience of playing in London or Saginaw. They have a great crowd in Ottawa just the atmosphere has been pretty nuts and we have 2 games from past we can use from experience and hopefully have a better game”
SH – Final question, after being traded to the Montreal Canadiens what is it like playing in Ottawa having those guys so close and able to come to watch you more now?
NS – “Ya, it’s been cool some media from Montreal has come over and I’ve done some stuff with them and just to have all the support from all the Habs media and Montreal fans has been awesome throughout the whole season”
SH – Thank you, Nick.
NS – “Alright, thanks ”
Below OHLNetwork has included the Audio File from the interview with Nick Suzuki.