David Pastrnak took the NHL lead in goals in the fanciest way he knew how.
The Boston Bruins forward put the puck between his legs and beat Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Michael Hutchinson for a highlight-reel goal in the first period of Boston's game against Toronto on Tuesday.
Pastrnak took a feed from linemate Brad Marchand and snuck the puck through Hutchinson while skating backwards to put Boston ahead 1-0.
He even made sure to point just in case anyone missed the puck crossing the line.
Pastrnak's skillful play wowed fans at TD Garden and helped him become the first NHL player to 10 goals this season. It also keyed Boston's 4-2 win.