Less than two months ago, David Pastrňák’s daughter, Freya Ivy, was born and she made the Czech hockey striker a very happy man. On Monday, the NHL’s second-leading scorer of last year bragged on social media about a family photo where he stands with her and her friend Rebecca.
David Pastrňák had the best season in the NHL. In 82 games, he scored 113 Canadian points for 61 goals and 52 assists. Only Edmonton’s Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl were better in that stat. His performances also helped Boston win the entire regular season. But the Bruins ran out of steam in the playoffs and were eliminated in the first round by eventual finalists Florida Panthers.
But after the season, the Czech forward more than made up for that disappointment. His daughter Freya Ivy was born, which is why he didn’t even go to the World Cup. The exact date of birth is not known, but he announced the happy news on social networks on June 9.
Less than two months later, the Czech hockey player published how the baby is growing like water. Together with his partner Rebecca, they created a beautiful family photo, which the fans liked very much, and many enthusiastic reactions accumulated in the comments, as befits them.
Even in the new season, Pastrňák should continue in Boston. In March this year, he extended his contract for eight years, thanks to which he will earn two billion crowns in conversion.
This year, David Pastrňák also won the Golden Hockey Stick for the best Czech hockey player of the season:
“Extreme gamer. Food geek. Internet buff. Alcohol expert. Passionate music specialist. Beeraholic. Incurable coffee fan.”