The Boston Bruins are in Toronto and they were accompanied by their sniper David Pastrnak. 

There's been lots of drama involving Pastrnak over the last couple of weeks as he's been sidelined and labelled "unfit to practice". 

Cam Neely publicly said he was disappointed in Pastrnak and Ondrej Kase for their actions as they worked out at non-Bruins facilities. 

Pastrnak spoke to the media for the first time and explained what all the drama was about. 

“First off, I was never sick so I don’t think I did anything wrong,” Pastrnak said Tuesday.  “So, obviously it’s a tough bounce there and unfortunately after what happened I had to miss some time, the protocol is to stay in quarantine, so unfortunately I had to be at home for a while, it’s nothing I can control. Obviously, I take full responsibility for my actions and I now I’m glad I’m back, I feel good out there.

“To be honest, it’s been really tough,” Pastrnak admitted. “28 days in quarantine, the toughest part about was that I was healthy the whole quarantine, but at the same time I still couldn’t do anything. … It was a really long month.”

What do you think of Pastrnak's comments?