Bruins Cam Neely says no ‘real dialogue’ between Bruins and Pastrnak By Joe McDonald Posted on August 31, 2017 (Greg M. Cooper/USA TODAY Sports) Share Tweet Email Print PROVIDENCE – Bruins team president Cam Neely said there’s been no real dialogue between the organization and restricted free agent David Pastrnak since the team’s initial offer earlier this offseason. The Bruins offered the 21-year-old forward $6 million per season for either six or seven years, which Neely believes was a fair starting point given the market for similar players. Log in Username or E-mail Password Remember Me Lost your password? LOST PASSWORD LOG IN with Facebook LOG IN with Google LOG IN with Twitter Not subscribed yet? Click below for access to all content: Share Tweet Email Print MORE COVERAGE Could Charlie Coyle be looking at top-6 minutes on the wing in 2019-20? BSJ Live Q&A: Conor Ryan on Bruins/NHL offseason – Thursday at 4 p.m. With free-agent frenzy over, will Bruins look to play waiting game with Charlie McAvoy, Brandon Carlo?