Brad Marchand scores fastest goal in Bruins' history, ties career-high with 28 goals

DJ Bean
February 14, 2016 - 11:37 am
Brad Marchand didn'€™t take long to tie his career-high in goals, as he scored his 28th goal in the Bruins'€™ 56th game of the season. Yet while Marchand made some personal history with Sunday'€™s goal against the Red Wings, the timing of it also made the tally a historic one for the franchise. Marchand scored the goal eight seconds into the game, making it the fastest goal in Bruins' history. The goal came when the Red Wings iced the puck at the start of the game to set up a faceoff in the Detroit zone. Brett Connolly drew the puck back to Marchand, who fired a wrister past Petr Mrazek to make it 1-0. The goal was Marchand'€™s 13th in the last 13 games. He sits fifth in the NHL with 28 goals with Alexander Ovechkin, Patrick Kane, Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn sitting ahead of him.