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Pastrnak returns to the chilling moment when he lost his son: Medicine through hockey!

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On the ice, he leads the Bruins, behind the scenes he supports the blonde Rebecca, a Swede whom he loves more than hockey. And with whom did last year experience a chilling flour; their son Viggo died six days after birth. Now David Pastrnyak (26) told what helped him in difficult times.

On the ice, he leads the Bruins, behind the scenes he supports the blonde Rebecca, a Swede whom he loves more than hockey. And with whom did last year experience a chilling flour; their son Viggo died six days after birth. Now David Pastrnyak (26) told what helped him in difficult times.

On Sunday night, he helped Boston win 4-2 at San Jose with two goals. The following day, he scored a 7-1 victory over Anaheim with a hat-trick and a save. Once on the ice, he throws all gloomy thoughts out of his head. “Now I feel a little better” he told The Athletic before Christmas.

Then he took a deep breath. Memories of my son are still an open wound. “A Moment Like This Marks You Forever” he blurted out. He beamed again when it was his turn to play hockey.

“He brings me happiness, I like him. That’s why I started with him as a boy. Hockey helped me a lot.” he added. Pastrnak doesn’t care if he’s chasing a tennis ball behind a bar in Haviřov with friends or winding his way through the NHL’s most famous defensemen, where he’s currently ranked sixth in the Canadian rankings (29+25). And where, a year later, he again enjoys the game with compatriot David Krejci. “With him on the ice, I enjoy every second.” poetry.




Source: Blesk

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