Pastrnak out at least 2 weeks after thumb surgery

Bruins: Pastrnak expected to return this season after falling, injuring thumb

Bruins: Pastrnak expected to return this season after falling, injuring thumb

Instead, it was the sound of panic, when Bruins general manager Don Sweeney announced star forward David Pastrnak suffered a non-hockey related left-thumb injury and will miss at least two weeks following surgery. He's expected to play again this season.

Sweeney, speaking at the club's Brighton practice facility while the team practiced, said Pastrnak sustained the injury Sunday night after attending a team sponsorship function with teammates.

Patrick Kane had an assist to extend his point streak to 15 games, Duncan Keith had a goal and an assist, and Collin Delia made 31 saves for the Blackhawks (23-25-9). He's topped 30 goals for three straight years, and he was on pace this year to top 40 goals for the first time.

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Since 2016-17, Pastrnak has scored an even 100 goals with 116 assists for 216 points in 213 games played.

The Bruins now sit third in the Atlantic Division, one point back of the Toronto Maple Leafs for second and one point ahead of the Montreal Canadiens for the top wild-card spot.

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