David Pastrnak hasn't changed even after signing a big contract.
The Boston Bruins forward, who signed a six-year, $40 million deal Thursday, revealed Saturday his first big purchase after signing.
It was an $8 chicken teriyaki dinner.
Pastrnak, the Bruins second-leading scorer in 2016-17, spent his offseason training in Czech Republic. Besides his lavish meal, he also returned to Boston on Friday, which was a sight for the sore eyes of Bruins fans.
Next time, instead of the teriyaki, maybe he'll go with the pasta.