Erik Karlsson’s stretch pass was even better than the breakaway goal it created

What an assist!

There’s nothing Erik Karlsson can’t do it seems. He’s got the hair, the skills, and apparently he can telegraph passes down the ice like it’s nobody’s business.

Early in the Senators’ Game 3 bout versus the Bruins, Karlsson had the pass of the playoffs to Mike Hoffman, resulting in a contender for goal of the postseason.

Karlsson’s pass from behind the Senators’ net sailed over the heads of two Bruins before landing perfectly in stride to Hoffman right at Boston’s blue line.

And the goal is quite spectacular too, as Hoffman deked Tuukka Rask out of his skates before putting the old Peter Foresberg on the poor Boston netminder.

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