Ryan Suzuki has a brother to thank for helping push him to this point.
But as far as the comparisons go?
In his mind, they don't even apply.
"I definitely get asked a lot about my brother," Ryan said of his older bro Nick, was drafted 13th overall by the Vegas Golden Knights in 2017, and is currently a prospect of the Montreal Canadiens. "Basically, the same questions.
"Ever I got drafted into the OHL, it's always been a comparison. It's the easiest one to make. We're both brothers and a lot of people want to know what's going on between us and how I compare to him.
"But I think we're two different players, [albeit] with a similar (foundation). We both rely on our hockey sense and that kind of gets us around."