Season 2 of “Behind the B” premiered Monday night on NESN, and the star of the episode was Boston Bruins first-round pick David Pastrnak.
The 18-year-old winger, who the B’s selected 25th overall, showed his colorful personality at the 2014 draft in Philadelphia and during the team’s development camp at Ristuccia Arena.
The episode also focuses on Dennis Seidenberg’s recovery...
The Boston Bruins lost 2-0 to the Florida Panthers on Saturday afternoon in the first game of their round-robin rookie tournament in Antioch, Tenn.
Despite the loss, Bruins assistant general manager Don Sweeney saw some good things from the team’s rookies.
“(David Pastrnak) had some chances … There were some very good individual efforts and some plays made. Malcolm made some...
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The main thing I took away from game one between the Bruins and Panthers was that, outside of Boston’s David Pastrnak, no one really impressed me. That includes Aaron Ekblad.
Speaking of Ekblad, the number one overall pick finished the game...
The Boston Bruins were shut out 2-0 in the first game of their rookie camp tournament against the Florida Panthers on Saturday afternoon.
B’s forward prospect David Pastrnak, who played center on the first line, earned a penalty shot in the third period. His shot beat Florida Panthers goaltender prospect Jacob DeSerres glove side, but the puck hit the post and bounced to the right...
WILMINGTON, Mass. — David Pastrnak’s first step toward making the Boston Bruins roster was playing well at the team’s development camp in July, and he passed with an impressive performance that drew strong reviews from general manager Peter Chiarelli.
The second hurdle for Pastrnak is the rookie camp, which began Thursday at Ristuccia Arena. Pastrnak said the rookie camp is...
At the 2014 NHL Draft, the Boston Bruins chose right-winger David Pastrnak as their very first pick (25th overall). The 18-year-old player has an incredible amount of talent, which has caused many to wonder if he will make the Bruins’ opening roster for the 2014-2015 season.
General Manager Peter Chiarelli has pointed out the dangers of rushing a young player in the NHL too early...
This past week, ESPN insider Corey Pronman released his list of the top 100 NHL prospects for the upcoming season. The Boston Bruins had only three players in their system who made the list, starting with their top pick this summer.
#36- David Pastrnak – RW
Pastrnak has already impressed Bruins coaches and officials at developmental camp earlier this summer and has earned the right...
Position: Right/Left Wing
Height/Weight: 6’-0”/170 pounds
Drafted: First Round (25th overall) in 2014
Contract: 3-year/$925,000, entry-level
Strengths: Puck handling, passing, agility, shooting
While looking at the highlights of David Pastrnak the first thing that pops off the screen is the 18-year-old’s excellent stick handling...
The Bruins are chomping at the bit since getting bounced so early last season but haven't been making the big moves they need it.
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Caryn Switaj of bostonbruinstv.com caught up with Bruins top pick David Pastrnak ahead of Boston's annual development camp, which kicks off Wednesday morning in Wilmington. Pastrnak has only been to the United States once before, and that was for the NHL Entry Draft held in Philadelphia two weeks ago. Pastrnak's first experience of Boston will come through his participation...