Oct 8, 2018; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Bruins right wing David Pastrnak (88) during the third period against the Ottawa Senators at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

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David Pastrnak snubbed from NHL All-Star Game ballot

Erin Walsh
December 01, 2018 - 1:01 pm

The NHL All-Star fan vote is now open, and David Pastrnak is not one of the Bruins on the ballot.

As of Saturday afternoon, Pastrnak has tallied 29 points (19 goals, 10 assists) through 25 games and is the Bruins' leading scorer.

Despite being injured, both Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron are on the ballot, as well as Brad Marchand and Tuukka Rask.

Pastrnak is tied for third in the NHL in goals with 19. Patrik Laine, Jeff Skinner, and Alex Ovechkin (who are in the top-three for goals scored) are all on the ballot.

The 22-year-old Pastrnak seems to have been snubbed once again. Remember he was selected 25th by the Bruins inthe 2014 NHL Draft.

The Havirov, Czech native has 232 points (113 goals, 119 assists) through 279 career games played. Pastrnak had a breakout year during the 2016-17 season, scoring 70 points while adding 80 points during the 2017-18 season.

The 2019 All-Star game will be held in San Jose, California on January 26. Fans can vote here through December 23.

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