David Pastrnak Makes Heads-Up Play On Bruins’ Power-Play Goal Vs. Flyers


The Boston Bruins made the first goal of their game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday look easy.

The B’s had the man-advantage with just under two minutes left in the first period when David Pastrnak dumped the puck into the offensive zone. Brad Marchand was able to collect the puck behind Flyers goaltender Steve Mason, and he dished it back to Pastrnak, who was attentive enough to stop right in front of the net.

The winger had no problem getting it past Mason for the first goal of the game.

Check it out on the Berkshire Bank Exciting Rewind in the video above.

Thumbnail photo via Bob DeChiara/USA TODAY Sports Images

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