Pastrnak notched one assist Wednesday in a 5-2 road defeat in Calgary. The Czech-born forward led all Bruins skaters in power-play time, playing 5:16 with the man advantage. He also happened to lead his team in giveaways as well. However, with points in each of his last five games, Pastrnak continues proving himself to be an elite offensive talent, and considering he tallied 70 and 80 points, respectively in the last two seasons, perhaps 2018-19 will see him reach the 90-point mark. Next up is a matchup with the Oilers on Thursday.
Pastrnak scored three goals -- including one on the power play -- in Saturday's 8-2 win over Detroit. Pastrnak needed just four shots and 13:34 of ice time to register his hat trick against an overwhelmed Red Wings team, scoring once in each period. With seven tallies in the first five games, the 22-year-old stud is well on his way to replicating last season's 35 goals, and he'll likely surpass that mark if he's able to dress for all 82 contests as he did in 2017-18.
Pastrnak scored his fourth goal of the season in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Oilers. He's riding a three-game, four-goal (six points) streak. Pastrnak is an elite scorer who sits in the NHL's top-12 offensive players right now.
Pastrnak scored two goals and added two more assists in Monday's 6-3 win over Ottawa. Pastrnak finished Monday's contest with a plus-4 rating. Through three games, the two-time 30-plus goal scorer has five points and appears to have picked up right where he left off a season ago.
Pastrnak recorded one goal in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Sabres. Pastrnak's first goal of the season came off a nice pass from David Krejci, helping the Bruins rebound from an embarrassing loss at the hands of Washington in their previous outing. Having managed at least 34 goals in each of the past two seasons, Pastrnak will look to author a third-straight, 30-plus goal campaign in 2018-19.
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