Brad Marchand Dekes Through Kings To Score Incredible Shorthanded Goal (Video)

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Brad Marchand has been so unstoppable of late that not even four Los Angeles Kings players could keep him from scoring Monday afternoon.

The Boston Bruins winger, who leads the NHL in shorthanded goals this season, added his fourth of the campaign after Patrice Bergeron found Marchand charging up ice. Marchand made a couple of slick moves to beat Drew Doughty and get a shot off, but Jonathan Quick was able to make the initial save.

Marchand wasn’t done yet, however, as he beat five Kings to the puck and wove around Anze Kopitar to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead.

Check out the unbelievable goal in the video above.

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