Sport Bruins' Pastrnak named All-Star Game MVP

08:20  26 january  2020
08:20  26 january  2020 Source:   thescore.com

Marchand overskates puck in shootout, Bruins fall to Flyers

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David Pastrnak was surprised when he was named the most valuable player of the 2020 Honda NHL All - Star Game at Enterprise Center on Saturday because Pastrnak won the MVP instead of fellow Czech Republic native Tomas Hertl of the San Jose Sharks. Hertl scored five goals in the tournament

David Pastrnak scores twice in the 1st and adds an empty-netter to collect a hat trick in the All - Star Game against Team Metropolitan. Bruins Videos. MET@ATL: Pastrnak collects hat trick vs. Metropolitan. Jan 25, 2020 • 01:16. Pasta talks following MVP All - Star game .

Boston Bruins sniper David Pastrnak was named All-Star Game MVP on Saturday despite playing for the losing side in the final.

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The Atlantic Division squad, captained by Pastrnak, fell 5-4 to the Pacific Division team in the three-on-three tournament's winner-take-all finale.

Pasta recorded four goals and a pair of assists in two contests. He's the first member of a losing All-Star team to claim MVP honors since Ryan Johansen, then of the Columbus Blue Jackets, earned the distinction in 2015.

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