Rookie Pastrnak shining
In an effort to spark some offense from his roster, coach Claude Julien mixed up the lines and now has David Krejci centered between Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak. It’s worked well, as Pastrnak scored the first two goals of his career this weekend against the Flyers and added two more last night against Tampa Bay. Both showed excellent hockey IQ and a knack for the net that bodes well for his future as a Boston Bruin.
Part of me is hesitant on getting excited about this young, talented winger who can score because I saw how the front office dealt with Phil Kessel and Tyler Seguin. However, I believe he has the talent to play a more complete game than either of these two and has shown great energy so far. He’ll need to bulk up, but he has time. After all, he is the youngest player in the league. Hopefully, we’ll be watching this kid score in bunches for the Bruins for years to come.
Patrice Bergeron an All-Star
Is it really his first ever selection to the All-Star team? That baffles me. Well deserved, though. Patrice Bergeron has been a tremendous player for year and he excels in really every facet of the game. I honestly believe that if he went to another team with a run and gun offense and he didn’t have to worry about his two-way play (cough, Tyler Seguin in Dallas, cough,) he could put up 80+ points every year. He’s that good. Continue reading David Pastrnak and Bruins Weekly Roundup »