Pastrnak, who has been out since Oct. 31 due to a fractured left foot, has resumed skating on his own, CSN New England reports.
While it's a good sign that Pastrnak has moved past the walking boot and crutches phase of his recovery, his return to action is not imminent at this stage. "There's no timetable on my end of it," coach Claude Julien noted Tuesday of the young forward's possible return to the Bruins' lineup. "I know he's skating on his own, so it's nice to see him on the ice. But I haven't been told [anything] yet. Usually they'll tell me a few days ahead of time if he's going to be skating with the team. I haven't heard that yet."