2024 NHL All-Star Game Selection: David Pastrnak

Today, January 4, the NHL declared that David Pastrnak, a forward for the Boston Bruins, has been chosen to participate in the 2024 NHL All-Star Game.

Pastrnak has been selected to the NHL All-Star team three times in 2019, 2020, and 2023; this nomination is his fourth appearance. The forward won the MVP award for the NHL All-Star Game in 2020.

Throughout his 36 appearances with Boston this season, Pastrnak, 27, has tallied 22 goals and 28 assists for 50 points with a plus-seven rating. With an average of 19:39 minutes on ice per game, the 6-foot, 196-pound winger is currently leading the Bruins in goals, assists, points, even strength goals (15), even strength points (28), power play goals (7), and power play points (22).

In terms of goals (T-6th), assists (T-13th), points (T-6th), even strength goals (T-6th), even strength points (T-11th), power play goals (T-12th), power play points (T-5th), and points per game (7th), Pastrnak is ranked in the top 20 in the league this season.

Pastrnak is in his tenth season with Boston. In 628 NHL games played, he has scored 323 goals and provided 344 assists for a total of 667 points and a plus-127 rating. In terms of goals (8th), assists (15th), points (11th), and hat tricks (2nd, 15th), he is ranked in the top-20 in the history of the Bruins franchise.

Boston originally selected the native of Havirov, Czechia, with the 25th overall pick in the first round of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.