Fans of the Vancouver Canucks have to be extremely happy right now for a number of reasons.

For starters, if the season ended today, the Canucks would be in the playoffs and rookie Brock Boeser has been a huge part of the team's success so far this season.

Wednesday night, the 20-year-old scored two goals for the second consecutive game as the Canucks crushed the Penguins 5-2.

Boeser extended his point streak to five games and continued his dominance against Matt Murray and the Penguins as he scored three goals and added an assist on November 4th against Pittsburgh.

After that game earlier this month, Murray attributed "luck" some of the Boeser and company scored, so fans retaliated after Vancouver's latest win.

If Vancouver fans didn't like what Murray had to say before, there's no doubt they'll be angry with what he had to say about after the loss this time around.

There were a couple of bounces that led to goals for the Canucks, but saying "all the goals they got were kind of hilarious" doesn't seem accurate at all.

We're not sure if the quote takes what he said out of context, but here's the soundbite so you can decide for yourself:

Either way, the Penguins are currently in a playoff spot and one point back of the Islanders for third in the Metropolitan Division and Murray and company will try to bounce back when they take on the Bruins Friday.

(H/T: Shelly Anderson)