Montreal is on the power play, early in the second period of Game 2. David Desharnais wins the faceoff with a little help from Max Pacioretty, who slides it back to P.K. Subban.
Desharnais then goes directly to the side of the net, while Subban fakes once, waits for a shooting lane and then sends a slap pass to a waiting Desharnais, who tips it in.
This type of play is often seen in hockey, but it's the degree of difficulty behind this particular goal that makes it all the more impressive.
Desharnais is a left-hand shot, meaning the usual play from this angle would be a backhand tip. Instead, Desharnais uses his forehand by opening his shoulders to Subban and using the front of his blade to get the puck over Lindback's shoulder.
A very difficult play for a left-hand shot, and it makes for a beautiful goal.