The Boston Bruins took a a 1-0 lead on the Washington Capitals, after Thursday night's overtime thriller.

The B's current series against the Caps started off with a wonderous goal by Chris Kelly just 1:18 into the overtime to give Boston the 1-0 win. Thursday's win recollects another impressive performance in the history between these two teams.

On May 9, 1990, current Bruins' president Cam Neely scored two goals for the B's en route to a 3-2 victory over Washington.

Neely's performance, not just in the Bruins front office but on the ice back then, is this week's Ketel One Honorable Moment of the week.

Check out the video above to see some sweet highlights of No. 8 in his prime.