Bruins' Pastrnak named All-Star Game MVP
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Boston Bruins sniper David Pastrnak was named All-Star Game MVP on Saturday despite playing for the losing side in the final.

The Atlantic Division squad, captained by Pastrnak, fell 5-4 to the Pacific Division team in the three-on-three tournament's winner-take-all finale.

Pasta recorded four goals and a pair of assists in two contests. He's the first member of a losing All-Star team to claim MVP honors since Ryan Johansen, then of the Columbus Blue Jackets, earned the distinction in 2015.

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Bruins' Pastrnak named All-Star Game MVP
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