David Pastrnak Nets 17th Goal Of Season After Slick Play Vs. Capitals

Pastrnak netted goal No. 17 on Thursday

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BOSTON — David Pastrnak is in the zone right now.

The Boston Bruins right winger entered Thursday night’s showdown with the Washington Capitals riding a three-game point streak and didn’t take long to extend it as he netted his 17th goal of the season 4:57 into the first period.

While on a rush, Pastrnak left the puck back for left winger Taylor Hall who perfectly found him right in front of the net. All the 25-year-old had to do from there was just tap it past Capitals goaltender Vitek Vanecek.

You can check out a video of the goal below:

Over the last nine games Pastrnak has been a one-man wrecking machine scoring nine goals and adding in three assists as well.

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