- Canada Winter Games Silver Medal
- CHL Memorial Cup Champion
- CHL Player-of-the-Week x2
- CHL Player-of-the-Year
- CHL Top Prospects Game
- Ivan Hlinka Gold Medal
- QMJHL Best Professional Prospect "Mike Bossy Trophy"
- QMJHL Champion
- QMJHL First All-Star Team
- QMJHL Most Valuable Player "Michel Brière Trophy"
- QMJHL Personality of the Year "Paul Dumont Trophy"
- QMJHL Playoffs Most Assists (23)
- QMJHL Playoffs Most Points (35)
- QMJHL Playoffs MVP "Guy Lafleur Trophy"
An agile forward, Drouin is very creative and a good skater. He is an extremely offensive player with fantastic hands and excellent on-ice-vision. Drouin has a good shot but is best used as a playmaker and is very dangerous on the powerplay. Drouin is not a large player or an explosive skater, but he is very agile and able to play his way out of tight spots thanks to his hockey sense. (Matias Strozyk, 2012)
Drouin mixes some of the best hockey sense and passing ability to be seen in the draft in quite some time with world class stickhandling ability and lateral quickness and skating. He truly appears to have the puck tied to the blade of his stick with a string. Add to that a solid shot and you have a player who is equally adept at shooting, passing, or making you look foolish by carrying it past you in the offensive third. As an added intangible, Drouin might also be one of the fiercest competitors in the draft, and while he may not be a bone cruncher he will go to the high traffic areas to make plays.
Drouin is not the ideal NHL size and he doesn't have a top level gear in terms of straight line speed. Those knocks should be tempered by saying he does have excellent lower body strength and really just needs to get his upper body strength to the same point, and his straight line speed may be compensated for by his lateral agility and advanced ability to read the play. Also, like many young forwards, he needs to continue to work on his play in the defensive third.
Top Line Left Winger and Top-20 NHL Scorer
Names That Have Been Floated: Patrick Kane, Claude Giroux, Martin St. Louis, Denis Savard, Gilbert Perrault
|2007-2008||Nord Sélects||QC Int PW||-||-||-||-||-||||
|2009-2010||Nord Sélects Bantam 2 AA||MMBAA||-||-||-||-||-||||
|2010-2011||Lac St-Louis Lions||QMAAA||38||22||36||58||38|||||Playoffs||15||11||17||28||18|
|Lac St-Louis Lions||Telus Cup||7||2||4||6||12||||
|2011-2012||Lac St-Louis Lions||QMAAA||22||22||31||53||35||||
|Canada Québec U17||WHC-17||4||2||3||5||2||||
|QMJHL All-Stars||Jr Super Series||1||1||3||4||0||||
|Canada U18||Hlinka Memorial||5||0||5||5||2||||
|QMJHL All-Stars||Jr Super Series||2||0||4||4||0||||
|2014-2015||Tampa Bay Lightning||NHL||70||4||28||32||34|||||Playoffs||6||0||0||0||2|
|2015-2016||Tampa Bay Lightning||NHL||14||1||5||6||4||||
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