WATCH: Coyle opens scoring in Bruins-Lightning with amazing deflection

Charlie Coyle celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal vs. Lightning.
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Charlie Coyle has done it again.

The Boston Bruins forward opened the scoring in Game 1 of his team's second round Stanley Cup Playoff series against the Tampa Bay Lightning with an incredible redirect. 

Brad Marchand did a great job keeping the puck in the offensive zone before finding B's defenseman Brandon Carlo. His shot from the point was headed wide of the net before Coyle tipped it past Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy.

Check out Coyle's impressive hand-eye coordination in the video below:

Good luck stopping that.

The goal was Coyle's third of the playoffs. He scored twice in Boston's five-game first round series win over the Carolina Hurricanes.

The Bruins and Lightning are arguably the two-best teams in the NHL, and it would be surprising if this second round series went fewer than six games.