David Pastrnak continues to prove his elite scoring pedigree.
The Boston Bruins sniper tallied each of the club's four goals in its 4-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Monday. He now has six goals in as many contests.
Pastrnak scored 4:34 into the third period to complete his first career four-goal outing.
The Czech winger opened the scoring 4:18 into the game by ripping home a beautiful power-play marker:
Midway through the second period, Pastrnak deposited a perfect pass from Brad Marchand off an ugly turnover for his second tally:
Just minutes before he scored his fourth, the 23-year-old completed his fifth career regular-season hat trick with a quick strike off the draw:
Pastrnak is already the third player this season to record four goals in a game along with Detroit Red Wings forward Anthony Mantha and Edmonton Oilers winger James Neal. In 2018-19, it was achieved on four occasions.