The Bruins kept on rollin' Monday afternoon at TD Garden, beating the Anaheim Ducks 4-2 to improve to 5-1-0 on the season.
David Pastrnak scored all four Bruins goals (on five shots), setting a career-high and tying a Bruins single-game record with 18 others, the last being Patrice Bergeron almost two years ago.
Two of Pastrnak's four goals (Boston's first and last) were scored on the power-play, his first such ones of the season. The 23-year-old scored a goal apiece in the first two periods before notching two in the final one, the third one being of the unassisted variety.
Torey Krug and Brad Marchand notched two assists each, while Patrice Bergeron recorded one of his own.
Nothing like a great start to the season as the Bruins are showing no signs of a Stanley Cup hangover. Their offense is starting to click, and the goaltending has been great. Exactly what you want if you're a fan.
Boston will look to win their third straight game on Thursday night at home against the Lightning.