SAN JOSE, Calif. — The Bruins have yet to provide an update on goalie Tuukka Rask, who was concussed late in the first period Saturday vs. the Rangers, but it sounds as if the 31-year-old is feeling better.
Teammate David Pastrnak, here for this weekend’s NHL All-Star festivities, said he exchanged texts with the Finnish stopper on Tuesday — some 72 hours after Rask was felled by charging Ranger forward Filip Chytil.
“I texted him [to see] if he was all good,’’ said Pastrnak. “And he said he was all good — that was our entire conversation — he said he was feeling good.’’
Rask and the rest of his teammates, other than Pastrnak, aren’t expected to be heard from again until Monday when the club reconvenes for an early-afternoon practice in Brighton. They play the Jets the next night at the Garden.