Bruins Star David Pastrnak Has Most Adorable Pregame Routine Ever

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David Pastrnak. (Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) — Bruins used a three-goal third to beat the Blues 5-2 last night. Tuukka Rask tied a B's record with his 252nd career win.

But, recently, linemates and top scorers David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand teamed up for "Budweiser Red Light One Timers"—a show where two hockey players answer questions while facing off in table ice hockey.

Pastrnak's a gifted goal-scorer, but one thing he's not is a fighter. He shared a great story about when a giant former NHLer asked the winger to drop the gloves.

"John Scott asked me if I want to fight, and I totally freaked out, because I look at him up there, and I was like, excuse me? No English! Right? ... I was freaking out, I couldn't sleep at night!"

Scott's 6'8" and 260 pounds—a solid eight inches and 80 pounds larger than Pastrnak.

And not only does Pastrnak prefer to avoid any scuffles, he also has about the most adorable pre-game routine you've ever heard. All the more so hearing Marchand tell it.

"He FaceTime's his dog before every game," Marchand said. "I walked into the meal room and all I hear is WOOF WOOF, Pas is barkin' at his dog on FaceTime!"

Hey, whatever keeps getting him to 30 goals and 70 points.

WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports

 

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