Matthew Poitras Joins Elite Company

Published October 23, 2023 at 1:52
In a game that will be remembered for years to come, Boston Bruins rookie Matthew Poitras etched his name into the record books with a historic milestone. At just 19 years and 226 days old, Poitras joined an exclusive club of Bruins players who recorded their first multi-goal game at a remarkably young age.

This elite group of young Bruins standouts includes some of the most celebrated names in the team's history:

David Pastrnak, who achieved this feat at an astonishing 18 years and 230 days.
Phil Kessel, who left his mark at 19 years and 107 days.
Patrice Bergeron, who displayed his prowess at a mere 18 years and 172 days.
Sergei Samsonov, who made his impact felt at 19 years and 164 days.

Matthew Poitras' accomplishment serves as a testament to his burgeoning talent and potential within the Boston Bruins. As the season unfolds, all eyes will be fixed on him to see how he continues to contribute to the team's success. In doing so, he could very well follow in the footsteps of these illustrious Bruins legends who left their mark on the NHL at a remarkably young age.
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Matthew Poitras Joins Elite Company

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