The Boston Bruins put on an offensive clinic against the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 2 as the Bruins won 7-3.
David Pastrnak was able to record his first playoff hat-trick, and 3 assists to add to it.
Boston has now scored 12 goals on Toronto in two games.
Toronto Head Coach Mike Babcock pulled starting Goalie Fred Andersen just twelve minutes into regulation as the Bruins were able to put three quick goals in.
That would prove to be unsuccessful as Boston was able to score four more goals on back up Curtis McElhinney.
The series heads to Toronto for Games 3 and 4, in what are must win games for the Maple Leafs.
With Boston healthy and on fire, the Bruins appear to be one of the best teams in the league and arguably unbeatable.