Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask was placed in a bad place on Saturday. The ill-fated defender from his teammates left Kings' Alex Iafallo open to gain a chance on the net and break the 1-0 defeat the teams were caught the second time. As the puck headed toward what Iafallo believed was a place without protection, Rask and his natural minds quickly acted from a previous life as a mini-golf windmill to where it led with an incredible stack-pads saved. As a bonus, it has gained one of the coolest sports joys from the crowd: a cheer that sounds like a shower of boos, but the real name of a player.
It seems fitting that Rask made a jaw-drop of saving on a night like this as he had been in the incredible form of the latter. He is currently riding a five-game win streak as a starter-tying his longest run of the season-and 11-0-2 in his last 14 games, in every NHL PR . Of course, such highlights of these types of operations are usually made easier when a player has a play history like this in their career, and Rask has made this shit since 2011 .
Wild how he looks more successful in making them saves him than lower tasks like breaking his stick after a game.