He's so tiny though. I mean, he very clearly possesses an incredible set of skills to even accomplish what he has thus far. But he's like 5'7". With the diminutive weight to match. That's beyond "small", that's tiny.
I would fully expect him to dominate a tournament like this, but whether that translates to a "legit superstar" in the NHL, i'm extremely skeptical. How many 5'7" flyweight superstars are there in the NHL? Marty St.Louis is really the only one i can think of. And while similarly short, he's in a totally different weight class...and a completely bizarre anomaly in the grand scheme of things.
Somebody with his ability comes once in a blue moon. If he was Bigger he could be a hall of famer.
Unfortunately, yes he is tiny. But he is very fast, good acceleration, and just insane hands.