Boston is serving a main course of pasta right now. David Pastrnak missed the Bruins’ first seven games this season because he was recovering from offseason hip surgery. After making his season debut on Saturday, it didn’t take him too long to get on the board. In his second game back, Pasta scores a much-needed goal for his team in the second period against Washington.
David Pastrnak buries his first goal of the season.
3-1 game. pic.twitter.com/t4dewUCpW5
— Conor Ryan (@ConorRyan_93) February 2, 2021
Pasta’s one-timer is deadly. This is the first of hopefully many goals this season for the Bruins superstar. He tied the league lead for goals last season with 48 and looks to do the same this season. Way to go Pasta.