Pastrnak under went right hip arthroscopy and labral repair on September 16 and is expected to be out until mid-February.
Pastrnak will return to the Bruins lineup in Game 5.
Source: @NHLBruins 08/19/20, 4:12 pm EST
Pastrnak is expected to take warmups on Wednesday; will be a game-time decision.
Pastrnak (undisclosed) will not play in Game 4 vs. the Hurricanes.
Pastrnak has a "50/50 chance" to play in Game 4.
Pastrnak will not play in Game 3 vs. the Hurricanes.
Pastrnak is "unfit to play" in Game 2 vs. the Hurricanes.
Pastrnak (thumb) is on the ice for warmups; is expected to play vs. the Islanders.
Source: Conor Ryan 03/19/19, 6:35 pm EST
Pastrnak (thumb) “felt great” at Monday’s practice and will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Source: @NHLBruins 03/18/19, 1:42 pm EST
Pastrnak (thumb) will not travel on the Bruins two-game road-trip.
Pastrnak has missed the last 13 games and will miss at least two more games with a thumb injury. Pastrnak may be eligible to return to the lineup vs. the Blue Jackets on Saturday, but monitor his status as the week progresses.
Pastrnak underwent thumb surgery and will miss at least two weeks.
The Bruins have signed David Pastrnak to a six-year deal worth $40M ($6.67M AAV).
Pastrnak was back in the Czech Republic and was gearing up to skate with a team there if he didn’t get a new deal in Boston. GM Don Sweeney held his ground and got a good deal for both sides and now one of their top offensive weapons will report to training camp. Coming off of a 70-point (34G / 36A) campaign, the 21-year-old enters 2017-18 with huge expectations. Look for him to be a point-per-game player.
Pastrnak (elbow) is “highly likely” to play on Thursday.
Pastrnak has missed the last two games after undergoing an elbow procedure, but is surprisingly expected to return to the lineup tonight. Pastrnak has been great this season, scoring 19 goals with seven assists (26 points) in 27 games. He will skate with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand.
Pastrnak (elbow) returned to practice on Wednesday.
Pastrnak underwent a procedure on his elbow last week and missed Sunday’s game. The Bruins’ leading goal scorer had the same procedure as his teammate David Backes had and Backes missed two weeks, so expect Pastrnak to be out through the Christmas break, but his return to practice is a positive sign that he shouldn’t miss too much time.
Pastrnak will undergo a procedure on his right elbow; will not play on Sunday.
Pastrnak will undergo the same procedure that David Backes had done earlier in the year. Backes missed five games or two weeks, so expect Pastrnak to have the same timetable. It is a good time to undergo the procedure as the Bruins will have e few days off for Christmas.
Pastrnak (upper-body) practiced on Wednesday; expected to play on Thursday.
Pastrnak has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury, but skated in his usual spot with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand on Wednesday morning and will play Thursday barring a setback. Pastrnak has 10 goals and four assists in 14 games this season.
Pasrtnak (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Pastrnak (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Pastrnak continues to battle an upper-body injury and will miss a second straight game. With Pastrnak sidelined, Riley Nash will skate on the Bruins’ top line again. Pastrnak is considered day-to-day.
Pastrnak (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Pastrnak missed Wednesday’s practice because of an undisclosed injury and will be held out of the lineup tonight in Minnesota. Consider Pastrnak as day-to-day and monitor his status prior to Saturday’s game vs. the Jets.
Pastrnak has been suspended for two games for his illegal hit on Dan Girardi.
Pastrnak has had a great start to the season, but will miss Saturday’s game in Detroit and Tuesday’s game in Florida after being suspended for a hit on Girardi on Wednesday.