With the puck on the stick of Marty St. Louis along the left wing boards, just a couple of strides outside the opposing blue line, Steven Stamkos streaked up center ice.

After receiving a perfect pass right in stride, the Tampa Bay Lightning star looked up as he entered the offensive zone, saw an open right side of the net and fired a wrist shot that rattled the twine behind Marty Turco at the 11:43 mark of the third period. As the red light lit up a split-second after reaching the back of the net, it signaled the second 50-goal season in the four-year career of the 22-year-old scoring sensation.

With his two-goal performance in a 6-1 romp of the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins, Stamkos became just the sixth player in NHL history to record multiple 50-goal campaigns before the age of 23. The impressive list includes Mario Lemieux, Wayne Gretzky, Mike Bossy, Joe Nieuwendyk and Alex Ovechkin.