David Pastrnak Goes Five-Hole On Flames Goalie Chad Johnson, Evens Score


The Boston Bruins were down by a goal early against Calgary on Wednesday night, but David Pastrnak changed that with a gift from Flames goaltender Chad Johnson.

Zdeno Chara charged through the neutral zone up the center of the ice, allowing Pastrnak to work up the side with enough speed to get open. Pastrnak took Chara’s pass and fired a toe-dragging wrist shot through the five-hole of Johnson to tie the game in the first period.

To see Pastrnak even the score, check out the video above from the Berkshire Bank Exciting Rewind.

Thumbnail photo from Sergei Belski/USA TODAY Sports

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