The Bruins showed off some fantastic passing ability on their way to scoring this beauty of a goal early in the second period of Monday’s game against the Penguins in Boston.

Carl Soderberg carried the puck into the offensive zone before sending a no-look, behind-the-back pass in stride to a streaking Loui Eriksson, who maneuvered around a Pittsburgh defender to find a wide open Milan Lucic in front of the net. Eriksson’s great pass allowed Lucic to bury an easy goal on a wide open net, tying the game for the Bruins.

Here’s another look: