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Video: Bruins score twice in less than 30 seconds

Montreal Canadiens Vs. Boston Bruins At TD Garden

BOSTON - MAY 10: There are smiles on the ice and behind the glass as the Bruins and their fans celebrate a second period goal by Reilly Smith, center, seen with teammates Carl Soderberg, Loui Eriksson and Dougie Hamilton. The Boston Bruins hosted the Montreal Canadiens in Game Five of their Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Semi-Final playoff series at TD Garden on May 10, 2014. (Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

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The Boston Bruins have been striking quickly so far against the Pittsburgh Penguins ... at least when the goals are counting on Monday.

Boston had two possible goals disallowed on Monday (more on that in a future post), but the game is currently tied 2-2 thanks to two goals in 28 seconds during the second period.

Update: the Penguins beat the Bruins 3-2 in overtime. Read more about it here.

The first one was especially pretty, as Carl Soderberg made some great moves to send the puck to Loui Eriksson, who set up Milan Lucic for a big tally.

The second score was one of vindication: Joe Morrow scored his first NHL goal (and point) against the Penguins, aka the team that drafted him, but ultimately decided he was expendable enough to be traded: