Ray Bourque may be too old to hang with anyone on the ice nowadays, but he showed on Saturday he still has it in the game of wits.
The Bruins legend took to Twitter to poke some fun at David Pastrnak, who won the NHL's All-Star Accuracy Shooting challenge on Friday night, hitting five targets in a little more than 11 seconds for the victory.
Seeing as Pastrnak is likely the future of the franchise, it's only natural he takes some ribbing from the guys who came before him. In this case, Pastrnak should be honored to take it from Bourque, a Hall of Fame defenseman and one of the franchise's most beloved figures.
He might've not gone five-for-five, but Pastrnak beat out the NHL's best to take home the title and was only two-tenths of a second away from breaking the contest's all-time record.
Not too shabby for a first-time All-Star.
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