David Pastrnak Nearing Cam Neely's Single-Season Record

Published March 28, 2023 at 6:39 PM
BY DORIN CANADAY
David Pastrnak is enjoying one of the most remarkable seasons for a Bruins player of recent, and is on the verge of breaking a long-standing record set by Cam Neely.
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Pastrnak scored his 50th and 51st goals on Sunday against the Carolina Hurricanes, making him the sixth player in the franchise's history to achieve this milestone and the first since Neely during the 1993-94 season.

The NHL Network reports that Pastrnak is now nearing the breaking point of Neely's record for the highest number of goals scored by a Boston forward in a single season since 1980:



**Phil Esposito holds the all-time record for the most goals in a season for the Bruins, but it is unlikely that anyone will come close to his 76-goal achievement from 1971.

With a current record of 51 goals and 46 assists in 73 games, Pastrnak is on track for his first-ever 100-point season, and he has nine games left to accomplish this.

As read on Bruins Insider - Pastrnak Close to Surpassing Cam Neely's Longstanding Record
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