David Pastrnak scores twice vs. Canada
|08.09.14 at 1:53 pm ET|
The Czech Republic handed Canada a 5-2 loss Friday at the world junior development camp, with the victory led by Bruins first-round pick David Pastrnak.
Pastrnak, a right wing selected 25th overall by the B’s in June, scored two goals for the Czech Republic and added an assist.
The Bruins liked what they saw out of the 18-year-old at last month’s development camp, with B’s general manager Peter Chiarelli not ruling out the possibility of him competing for a roster spot on the NHL team this season.
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