The Montreal Canadiens have certainly been busy this off-season. After bowing out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs thanks to the scrappy New York Rangers, the hockey team buckled down this summer and did some much needed retooling.
The summer started off with general manager, Marc Bergevin, selecting Ryan Poehling 25th overall in the NHL Entry Draft. Not one to rest, Bergevin also tested the trade market and acquired Quebec native, Jonathan Drouin from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for blue chip prospect, Mikhail Sergachev. It was a bold move by the Canadiens, but the potential of landing a homegrown hockey star was simply too juicy to pass up.
Given that Jonathan Drouin was Montreal's biggest move this off-season, you'd expect the hockey player to be recognized by loyal Habs fans on the street. The team must've thought this too, because Drouin was recently given the task of interviewing people in Old Montreal. Despite parading around with a branded microphone, Jonathan wasn't recognized nearly as much as you'd think. The ability to go incognito, however, allowed the 22-year-old to ask some brutally honest questions which made the whole experiment completely entertaining.
You can watch the video clip above via the Montreal Canadiens YouTube page.