Brad Marchand wasn’t in a merciful mood Tuesday night at Canadian Tire Centre.
The Boston Bruins left winger used an absurd stick-handling move to set up the goal David Pastrnak scored in the third period against the Ottawa Senators. Having received a pass from Pastrnak on a two-on-one breakaway, Marchand left Senators defenseman Dylan DeMelo for dead with a jaw-dropping deke before returning the puck to Pastrnak, who netted the goal.
The goal, Pastrnak’s second of the game and 10th of the season, extended Boston’s lead to 4-1 with just 5:31 remaining in the third period.
Marchand registered his 11th assist of the season, and we bet none were more spectacular or better represent a dagger than this one.
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