The Bruins used an effective forecheck in the second period of Thursday’s game against the Panthers to create sustained offensive zone pressure against the Panthers.

It all started with Jarome Iginla putting pressure on the Florida puck carrier, then David Krejci forced a turnover and led Boston’s rush into the attacking zone. It was a great shift by the B’s first line, which ended up scoring the first goal of the game when a shot from Krejci at the point found its way into the Florida net.

Watch NESN’s Andy Brickley break down a strong shift by the Krejci line in the latest Berkshire Bank Exciting Rewind.