Connor McDavid has added to his ridiculous highlight reel. Wednesday night against Guelph, the Erie Otters phenom went end-to-end and scored a beauty against the Storm. He now has 98 points in 37 games.
Heading into action Wednesday night against Guelph, Connor McDavid scored had 92 points. He scored his 93rd point – a power play goal – less than seven minutes into the contest with the storm. But it’s his 94th point, a spectacular individual effort, which is going to stand up as one of his best.
Little more than two minutes after his first tally of the evening, McDavid scooped the puck up behind the Erie net and skated up ice with a head of steam. He slipped past one check with relative ease, embarrassed a second defender and finished the goal off in style. It’s a must-see goal from the sure-fire top two pick in the upcoming draft.
By the time the night was through, McDavid had added another goal and three assists for a six-point night, bumping his point total up to 98 in only 37 games.
We couldn’t be more excited to see what’s to come when McDavid makes his NHL debut, because it’s obvious the 18-year-old is ready to take on better competition.