The Czech Republic-born winger is clearly not a foodie.

By Michael Blinn
September 16, 2017

Following an offseason of contract discussions, Boston Bruins forward David Pastrnak got himself paid, inking a six-year $40 million deal on Thursday to stick with the team through 2022-23.

The signing provided a sigh of relief for the Bruins, their fans and Pastrnak, who finished second on the team with 34 goals and 70 points in 2016-17 in his third season. 

Flush with cash, the 21-year-old winger was all set up to hit the town and celebrate with his teammates, right? 

Wrong. He revealed the not-so-fancy first purchase he made since his mega-deal:

Well, if he wasn't a foodie before, at least we all now know he's got the money to become one now. 

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