David Pastrnak Named Czech Player Of The Year For Fourth Straight Time


Jun 11, 2020

Boston Bruins star David Pastrnak earned yet another accolade Thursday.

The winger was approaching the 50-goal mark before the regular season was paused due to the coronavirus pandemic, but his league-leading 48 goals (tied with Washington Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin) still earned him the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy.

And now, Pastrnak added another Golden Hockey Stick to his trophy case as the Czech Player of the Year for a fourth straight year.

The 24-year-old joins NHL legend and former Bruin Jaromir Jagr, splitting the record for most consecutive Golden Hockey Sticks, and now is tied for third with overall victories with Vladimir Martinec. Jagr leads with 12 wins.

Per the Bruins’ statement, the Havirov, Czech Republic native won the award by quite a large margin, receiving 51 of 52 first-place votes.

We hope to see Pastrnak pick up where he left off when the playoffs begin and the NHL makes its hopeful return this summer.

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Thumbnail photo via Caption: Mar 3, 2020; Tampa, Florida, USA; Boston Bruins right wing David Pastrnak (88) looks on against the Tampa Bay Lightning during the first period at Amalie Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
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