You don’t want to overreact to a couple games, but it’s hard not to get excited about Jeremy Swayman’s first two NHL games in the Bruins’ net.

After the rookie goalie stopped 40 of 42 shots in his debut win over the Flyers on Tuesday, the Bruins went right back to Swayman on Thursday and he delivered again, turning aside 31 of the 33 shots he faced in a 4-2 win over the Capitals.

He once again made some highlight-reel saves, including stoning Garnet Hathaway on a breakaway and Tom Wilson on a shorthanded rush, but mostly he was in such good position that a lot of his saves looked fairly routine.

Along with fellow rookie goalie Dan Vladar, Swayman has been a godsend for a Bruins team that is down its top two goalies -- Tuukka Rask due to an upper-body injury and Jaroslav Halak due to COVID-19.