David Pastrnak looks to be rounding into form, and so too is one of his linemates.
In an incredibly important Game 4 against the Columbus Blue Jackets, Pastrnak recorded his second goal of the Stanley Cup playoff second-round series just a few minutes into the opening period.
Then minutes later, it was Patrice Bergeron that got on the board.
While on the power play (and following a nice save by Tuukka Rask on a Boone Jenner penalty shot), Bergeron received the puck at the top of the circle. He fired off a wrister that beat Jackets netminder Sergei Bobrovsky over his left shoulder.
Take a look.
It was Bergeron’s first goal of the second round and fourth of the postseason.