The Boston Bruins racked up another win last night as they took down the Montreal Canadiens 3-1.
It wasn't as dominant as their 8-1 win but it was a win and the B's have now won seven games in a row.
Once again Bruins' forward David Pastrnak got himself on the scoreboard and he's scoring at an incredible pace.
Not only is Pastrnak looking like he might score 50 goals in 50 games, with last night's goal he's scoring at a pace nobody has in over 20 years.
Pastrnak's 25th goal last night is the most by a player in the first 27 games of a season since Jaromir Jagr did it in 1996-97.
Absolutely incredible start to the season for Pasta.
#NHLBruins David Pastrnak’s 25 goals are the most by a player in the first 27 games of a season since Jaromir Jagr in 1996-97
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