David Pastrnak in quarantine, tested negative for COVID-19 – The Athletic


JP Barry, agent for David Pastrnak, revealed that his client was in quarantine after being in contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19. Pastrnak tested negative, according to Barry. On Wednesday, Pastrnak was cleared to skate alongside 10 of his teammates for the first time since returning to Boston. The Bruins expected Pastrnak to train with the team on Thursday. The plans changed that morning after the team learned of Pastrnak’s contact. The right did not train on Thursday or Friday.

The length of Pastrnak’s quarantine and his absence from the team is unknown. The Bruins leave for Toronto on July 26.

Pastrnak’s friend and compatriot Ondrej Kase also missed the last two training sessions after skating on Wednesday. The reason for Kase’s absence is unknown.

Bruce Cassidy has declared Pastrnak and Kase unfit to participate, terminology approved by the NHL to explain any missed sessions. Cassidy had the same thing …


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