The Chicago Blackhawks are holding the last day of their development camp today, and some players have made their mark. Young forward Dylan Sikura, drafted 178th overall in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft by the very same hawks, is one of them.
As demonstrated in the video below, courtesy of Eric Lear, of Blackhawks TV, the 22-year-old clearly has a set of hands that could rival some of the NHL’s top talents:
Even general manager Stan Bowman said the kid was talented:
Sikura is presently enrolled in Northeastern University, where, for the past three years, he has laced up the skates for the institution’s DIV 1 Hockey team. During this time, he amassed 92 points in 102 games, the equivalent of three seasons.