It didn’t take long for David Pastrnak to keep his hot start to the playoffs going.
After tallying a goal and pair of assists in Game 1 of the Boston Bruins’ first-round Stanley Cup playoff series with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the winger put Boston on the board first just 5:26 into Game 2.
After Torey Krug delivered a puck from the point to the slot, Pastrnak gathered it and displayed tremendous hands as he weaved around the crease and slipped the puck past Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen.
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While his playoff experience has been limited, the 21-year-old certainly has proven to be ready for the big moments. With the goal, he is averaging a point per game in the postseason.
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