The Boston Bruins’ leading goal scorer last season, David Pastrnak, is finally out of his no-contact jersey.
Pastrnak skated in a regular jersey today at Bruins practice. David has missed every game this season because of off-season surgery. The Pasta had hip surgery on September 16th and was expected to be out till mid-February.
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) January 25, 2021
Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy said that the Czech forward will be out at least two more games. This opens up the possibility for Pasta to play on January 30th. The game would be in Washington, D.C. versus the Capitals.
The Bruins got out to a slow start offensively but have been red hot as of late. They have scored an impressive 11 goals in their last two games. With last year’s co-winner of the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy appearing to be coming back sooner than expected, Bruins fans have a lot to be excited about.