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    David Pastrnak breaks 22-year-old record

    David Pastrnak celebrates overtime game winning goal on Sunday (Via NHL Bruins)

    David Pastrnak has been an absolute lightning bolt of energy for the Boston Bruins since his call-up in November, and on Sunday against the Carolina Hurricanes, he struck again.

    Pastrnak, off a feed from Carl Soderberg, was able to beat former Bruin Anton Khudobin, for the game-winner. With that goal, he was able to put his name into the history books. Pastrnak now holds the franchise record for the youngest player to register a goal in overtime. The 18-year-old breaks the record held by Grigori Panteleev, who was 20-years-old at the time.

    Pastrnak's 10th goal of the season gives the Bruins some much needed breathing room. albeit small, they now have a three-point lead on Ottawa for 8th place.

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