The Boston Bruins surrendered 39 shots and were outplayed for large portions of Thursday night’s game against the San Jose Sharks, but they came away with two points thanks to a last-second goal (literally) by David Krejci.
Adam McQuaid fired a shot on net from the point and Krejci showed off his superb hand-eye coordination to tip the puck past Sharks goaltender Antti Niemi.
Krejci also assisted on Jarome Iginla‘s goal in the first period, which was the 36-year-old winger’s first tally as a member of the Bruins. Boston led for only a minute and 31 seconds against a talented Sharks team that hadn’t lost in regulation before arriving to TD Garden, but the B’s got the result they wanted.
Check out Krejci’s goal in the video above.