Patrice Bergeron with a no-look pass, and then scores

Patrice Bergeron should get an assist on this goal, too.

When Patrice Bergeron isn't making life miserable for top forwards around the league and shutting them down every single night, he's capable of pulling off some pretty slick plays in the offensive zone, just as he did in the second period on Wednesday night against the Montreal Canadiens when he was part of this give-and-go with Brad Marchand.

Watch as Bergeron makes the initial no-look pass to Marchand, and then gets the puck back to score his 19th goal of the season. Canadiens goalie Peter Budaj and the defense in front of him never had a chance.

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Just give him an assist on that goal, too. He earned it.

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