Bruins' Seth Griffith goes behind the back, between the legs for goal

Tuesday November 11th, 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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