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Pastrnak's 'special' 6-point night fuels Bruins

From ESPN - April 14, 2018

Boston Bruins forward David Pastrnak was a one-man wrecking crew Saturday night, tallying three goals and three assists in the team's 7-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Pastrnak became the first player since Claude Giroux in 2012 and just the sixth overall to have a three-goal, three-assist playoff game. At 21 years, 324 days, he surpassed Wayne Gretzky (22 years, 81 days) as the youngest player to have a six-point game in the postseason.

Pastrnak called it a "huge honor" to have bested Gretzky in the record books.

"Six points in a Stanley Cup playoff game with a hat trick," Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said. "That's special."

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