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By SI.com Staff
November 10, 2014

Do you know who Seth Griffith is? You will after Monday night.

The Boston Bruins rookie forward made a strong case for Goal of the Year during the second period of Monday's game with the New Jersey Devils

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Griffith blocked a shot in the defensive zone and took off, forcing his way through Devils' defenders before tapping the puck between his legs and past goalie Cory Schneider -- all while going backwards.

Just look, and be amazed:

The goal comes just days after Vladimir Tarasenko's one-handed score. If Tarasenko's earned a own flipbook, Griffith's might be in line for a short film.

-- Judy Cohen

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