Boston Bruins forward David Pastrnak is one of the elite goal scorers in the league.
Everybody in Boston knows it, however not everybody around the NHL is aware of his eliteness.
His home country of the Czech Republic is though.
For the fourth straight year, Pastrnak was awarded with the Golden Hockey Stick award in his home country as the Czech Player of the Year.
The B's sniper was given 51 of the 52 first place votes ahead of Chicago Blackhawks' rookie Dominik Kubalik and Philadelphia Flyers forward Jakub Voracek.
"I want to hold a cup for the world champions and a Stanley Cup above my head," Pastrnak said. "This is a pure individual trophy. I am very honored to have it, it is an inspiration for me. But I don't play golf or tennis, so I won't favor myself before my team."
The only other player to win it four years in a row is Jaromir Jagr who won it a record 12 times.
The 24 year old won the Rocket Richard trophy in the NHL this year after registering 48 goals in 70 games.