The Blackhawks scored two goals in the final seven minutes to defeat the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Both points came at the hands of center Teuvo Teravainen.

Teravainen scored the game-tying goal, but he wasn’t done there.

The 20-year-old center assisted Antoine Vermette for the game-winning goal.

Teravainen became the second youngest player in Stanley Cup Final history to record a multi-point game behind Jaromir Jagr, who was 19 when he posted a multi-point game for the Pittsburgh Penguins.

When Teravainen scored his goal, he wasn’t thinking about winning the game. The young Blackhawks star, who has three goals during the 2015 playoffs, was thinking about his interview session with the media following the game.

Blackhawks defenseman Marian Hossa said Teravainen’s Finnish blood has him made for this moment because he stays calm under pressure.