Prospect Info: Bruins Prospects IX - Stay on Subject!

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  1. neelynugs Registered User

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    he's in for a big year. who did he skate with on saturday? expect he'll have skilled
    lineys this season, but they are so deep that actual line numbering may not even
    matter.
     
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    Fitzgerald and Shen from the Tweet. The lines probably changed during the game though.
     
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    Frederic and Studnicka on the ice for practice in Providence.

    Per Mark Divver
     
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    As stated in the Cut Down Day thread: Bjork and Hughes also joined them. Providence will be filthy this year.
     
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    Could be good or bad skating with Fitzgerald honestly. He’s skilled enough to make plays, but his skating and foot-speed is mediocre when trying to separate. It’s better than throwing him with Blidh, though.

    Hope we’ll get a chance to see @Dom - OHL ”money” prediction from last winter of Studnicka and Senyshyn. Studnicka’s vision and playmaking x Senyshyn’s speed and ability to get open would be the hottest mixtape collaboration of 2019.
     
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    Who would you have on the LW?
     
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    I don't think it would be bad for him if he skated with Fitzy. He can make plays and that's what you need from a pivot to play with Senyshyn IMO. He doesn't necessarily have to be able to keep up speed wise as long as the opposite wing can keep up. But history tells me Senyshyn would fair better with Studnicka then Fitzy.

    I have numbers to prove it, but Senyshyn fairs so much better with a right shot pivot then a left shot pivot and it's not even close. I'm not sure why because it puts the center on his backhand to make the play. But the numbers don't lie. His goals per 60 were just above 3 to 1 in junior between righty versus lefty.

    When set up by defencemen to score, and this makes much more sense because both the d-man and Senyshyn were on the forehand, he faired much better with a left shot d setting him up then a right shot d.
     
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    Cehlarik on waivers
     
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    maybe pass this along to nadeau :thumbu:
     
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    Disappointed that Bjork was sent down. I understand that it gives him more TOI and time to develop/get back to speed, but he was fitting with Coyle & Heinen.
     
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    Yeah I get what you're saying and that's why I'm not ready to call him a bust yet. He's still young enough that in the right situation it could finally click for him and he could break out. However, part of why this felt like a do or die camp to me is that when he was drafted he was a year behind Debrusk in his development out of the gate (younger and one fewer year of Jr. experience). Debrusk made the big club two years ago so instead of keeping pace or closing the gap, Senyshyn has dropped even further behind Debrusk. Now maybe it's an unfair comparison because all players develop at different rates, but you also have to consider that the Bruins are constantly adding talent to their pipeline. Now Senyshyn not only needs to find his offensive game, but he's going to have to also prove that he deserves a shot over guys like Kuhlman, Lauko, Steen, etc. That's why I saw this as a do or die camp for him. He not only needs to rapidly accelerate his development from the pace we've seen thus far but he also needs to catch up to & leapfrog some of his peers in the process if he wants to be a Boston Bruin.

    Not having an impressive camp this year after the emergence of Kuhlman and the promise of Steen means he's got an extremely steep uphill climb IMO.
     
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    Other than seniority, has anyone seen anything from him to suggest that he's more deserving of top 6 minutes in Providence than guys like Steen, Lauko, Hughes, Bjork, etc.? The P-Bruins are stacked this year and those coaches have already shown that they are hesitant to use him in offensive situations. Plus there will always be a handful of veteran AHL guys that he has to beat for those spots too. IMO unless he really starts to step up his game or there are a lot of injuries, I think it's going to be more bottom 6 AHL minutes for him this year.
     
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    In Providence, under the Leach regime ,lines 1-3 play pretty much the same with the exception of PP and PK time,on the PK is where Senyshyn and Shen will get their extra minutes
    and btw it's official Lauko is staying in Providence
     
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    Well, they did one thing right this autumn at least.
     
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    Agree with you. Senyshyn is in a tough spot and the talks about him is more because of him being a 1st round pick 5 years ago than his play. If Senyshyn can't have some big improvement this year, it's not only his place in the NHL that start to be in jeopardy, but his future as an AHLer too. He's allready been pass by Kulman, Frederics, Hughes, JFK, etc. He is still behind older guy like Celarik and Fitzgerald and even new guys like Studnika, Lauko Shen look to be on the verge of passing him ... and more new prospect will come in the system, the wheel never stop. In his 5th year post draft, his status as a prospect as alot too loose this year and if he lose his prospect status, is he good enough the be an AHL veteran like a Aucoin, St-Pierre, Carey, Swarz, etc? For the Bruins or any other team?

    Here's the path of some older Bruins pick with good number in the CHL:

    Seth Griffith: 5th season post draft he was gone to Toronto and then Florida and Buffalo, etc. Still in the AHL as a productive veteran
    Jared Knight: 5th season was traded in the middle of the year to Minnesota. Got one more year in the AHL then he was out.
    Zach Hamill: 5th season was his last one with the Bruins, then Hershey, San Antonio, Milwaukee, Utica, Europe.
    Maxime Sauvé: 5th season was traded in the middle of the year, then ....
    Anthony Camara: 5th season was traded in the middle of the year, then ...

    The only exception I found in the last some years is:

    Jordan Caron: Got a 6th year before he had the same path as the others.

    So all that to say, Senyshyn future as a Bruins is probably in play this year. He need to show something.
     
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    Studnicka is the player I really want to see next to Senyshyn.
    I personally would love to see him with Lauko but with Bjork down I would try that first. Also last year he did have great chemistry with Cehlarik and Hughes.
     
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    Anyone think JFK makes his way back over here from Europe at some point?
     
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    Hughes! That’s what I meant, not JFK. Although they did see a brief few months together looked good. Hughes is a nice player for someone like Senyshyn.
     
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    Must of edited when you were in the process of posting :laugh:, but Yeah no doubt In most peoples eyes Steen, I would think would be listed as one of the top 5 prospects to be excited about this season.
     
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    That article is very amateurish at best.
    I think she rates them by look.:laugh:
     
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    No high speed internet,I take it.:laugh:
    5)Lauzon
    4)studnicka
    3)Vaak
    2)Clifton
    1)Lauko
     
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    Thanks. I don’t like slideshows :laugh:
     
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