As a habs fan it pains me to say this but I am really impressed with Phil Kessel's playmaking and vision. He still has the speed and killer shot for the time being, but every time he has the puck you just don't know whether he'll rifle it or put it on the blade of a teammate for an easy tap-in.
For those that follow him more closely, do you suspect he will turn into a more of a play maker as his career progresses?
It's tough to see if this shortened season is an indication (4 goals in 21 games) but looking at his goals to assists ratio you can see that maybe the transition from sniper to play maker is on his way.
He's unbelievable in the offensive zone, his give away to Gio in the last minutes of a game with an empty netter is not what i excpect from a NHLer though. Not trolling seriously, i always thought that Kessel was better offensivly than any Habs since he came in Toronto, but that was pee-wee level.