Connor McDavid has ascended to boss level, and the Maple Leafs are the unfortunate victim in this case. The Oilers' star scored arguably the goal of the season, dangling around several Leafs' defensemen on the way to roofing a backhand the goalie never saw coming.
I mean, how was Toronto supposed to impede such a moment.
McDavid's taken the throne from Sidney Crosby in recent years as the game's top offensive talent (and I'm a Pens fan). Moments like these provide us yet another reminder that his skill, at this point in his prime, is unrivaled.