BOSTON (CBS) — TD Garden was open at near full capacity on Saturday night for the first time in more than a year. David Pastrnak wanted to arrive in style.

Four days removed from his 25th birthday, Pastrnak arrived to the TD Garden for Game 1 against the Islanders with a look that would even impress Cam Newton.

Pastrnak wore a truly one-of-a-kind white suit with some ornate blue and navy details on the sides. A big fan of hats — perhaps owing to his penchant for recording hat tricks — Pastrnak wore one on Saturday that surely nobody else in the National Hockey League was donning upon entry to the arena.

David Pastrnak enters TD Garden for Game 1 against the Islanders.(Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images)

David Pastrnak enters TD Garden for Game 1 against the Islanders. (Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images)

Pastrnak scored two goals and had four assists for the Bruins in their five games in the first round of the playoffs against the Washington Capitals. If his pregame fit for round two is any indication, he’s looking to make an even bigger impact vs. the Islanders.

Perhaps it was the suit … but Pastrnak then scored the Bruins’ first two goals of the series once the game began.

Pastrnak took a one-period break from scoring goals before delivering the dagger late in the third period, when he beat Ilya Sorokin for the third time of the night to record a hat trick to give the Bruins a 4-2 lead with just over four minutes remaining in regulation.

It was the 12th hat trick of Pastrnak’s career, and it helped power a 5-2 win for Boston to take a 1-0 series lead.

Given the early results of that pregame suit, we just may be seeing it again.

CBSBoston.com Staff