The Bruins had two notable goal celebrations Monday night. The first, of course, was the celebration of Patrice Bergeron's 1,000th career point.
The second came after David Pastrnak's power-play goal to give Boston a 5-1 lead early in the third period. Pastrnak drifted toward the glass behind the net, and that's when he spotted a Tampa Bay Lightning fan flipping him the bird.
Pastrnak, rather comically, gave the glass a little bump and stared down said fan for an extra second before finally turning to celebrate with his teammates, with a smile on his face.
The Bruins would allow the Lightning to cut the lead to 5-3 before eventually shutting the door for their seventh straight win.
The goal was Pastrnak's team-leading 12th of the season and he now has 29 points in 19 games, good for third in the NHL behind only Edmonton's dynamic duo of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl.
Watch the goal, flip-off and staredown below: