Prospect Info: Bruins Prospects IX - Stay on Subject!

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  1. Alicat

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    Yup. Given how long the playoffs went they had to move Dev Camp up to get everyone in and still have enough prep time for July 1st.

    I'm expecting a small group this year and minimal invites.

    Looking forward to Keyser, Swayman, Lauko and Steen
     
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    I’m looking forward to studnicka and Vaak as well as those guys.
     
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    Won't see Vaak in Dev Camp. Not sure about Studnicka tho.

    Will have to wait until September for at least Vaak
     
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    What are the dates for D Camp?
     
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    June 26-28
     
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    Looks like no Studnicka or Keydets next week which makes sense

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    Studnicka is the guy who piques my interest.
     
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    Have to wait til September
     
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    Could those of you who follow this closely inform as to the progress (or lack thereof) of zach senyshyn & Zboril?

    Do you see either as NHL material? Any info appreciated.
     
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    I know it wasn't my post, but I have a slow day at work and am bored so figured I'd drop my 2 cents.

    To me, Lauzon, Clifton and Kuhlman are definitely NHL ready. It's just a matter of how they all fit into the roster.

    Vaak is probably ready this year or next at the latest. Bjork certainly could be if he stays healthy long enough, but he hasn't yet.

    Studnicka is the one that I am rooting the most for though.
     
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    And that's how it's done. Look at the culture the Bruins have. It wasn't always that way. I continue to credit Peter Chiarelli (who may be on his way to Vancouver, ironically), Claude Julien, and Zdeno Chara.

    I also credit Charlie Jacobs for beginning the reclamation process by hiring Chiarelli in the first place.
     
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    Not coincidentally, Sinden & OC left the scene around that time. Sorry, couldn't resist.
     
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    Without getting the thread off topic, as a fan that was a tough time. Annual hold-outs, guys getting dealt when they wanted to be paid. UFA's left to walk every off-season. Then along comes the free agency free-for-all the summer of 2005 when the Bruins got spurned by all the big fish they chased and ended up with their secondary choices like Zhamnov and Leetch. As if they believed their hard-line stance the previous decade or so wouldn't have any negative impact. Just dark, dark days. But on the flip side, it made the revival of the Bruins as a relevant organization from 2007-08 onward just that much sweeter.
     
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    Thanks. I'm rooting for Jack, too. It seems Clifton & Kuhlman have proven they're NHL ready. I think both may have a role to play for the B's, and am particularly pleased at the emergence of CC.

    But again, what of the 2015 two?
     
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    According to @BruinsNetwork, and I hope I am not misquoting him, Zboril is NHL-ready, at least on a third pairing, but is blocked in Boston by Chara, Krug, Grzelcyk and Moore. As for Senysyhyn, I think that he said he's developing well but not quite ready for the NHL.
     
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    So I know Eric posted it multiple times in the providence thread in that Zboril is NHL ready. He still had some consistency issues but as a whole had a good season. He played better when the Defense was short handed this season. As for Senyshyn he showed a huge improvement on his total game. He did score more goals than last year while getting bounced around the line up. His most productive time was with Hughes and cehlarik. Something I also noticed was that he didn’t go on long dry spells for points as he did last year. Hopefully this helps a little.
     
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    I know I'm being unfair, and ignorant, but I don't see Zboril competing for even a third pairing. The flag at the time was "taking games off" and an apparent unwillingness to get his nose dirty.

    ZS? He seems lost to me. Just from afar. Which is why I'm asking the question.
     
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    Thanks for the info.
     
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    You're hired!
     
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    You are leaving out the worst part about the lockout. Their strategy going in was to clear the roster and not sign anybody. It was a very good roster at the time, btw.

    They thought teams would have to shed players to get under the cap and then they could scoop them up. It turns out teams that kept their players made out much better since there was a 24% rollback on existing contracts. THEN the Bruins tried to sign the left overs and got spurned by guys like Roenick and Modano.

    Worst part is that Jacobs was one of the driving forces behind the lockout and his was the team that was screwed the most.
     
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    Zboril still has massive upside but is his own worst enemy, He could play in the NHL on the right team with the right coach today.
    I'm a development guy and for me I'd attach him to Chara's hip all pre season then play him as the #1 dman in Providence for the full year,there's no reason to panic or rush him.
    Senyshyn, I'd be lying if I said he wasnt improving ,it's just slow,very slow,imo he's not going to get better coaching elsewhere so at this point it's on him,there were times he looked like a potential serviceable NHL player and times I'd like know what our scouting staff was thinking
     
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    I don’t think either of them are going to be impact nhl players. Zboril may end up an up and down 7th D in the nhl. I don’t think ZS is an nhl player. He isn’t good enough for top 9, and not gritty enough for bottom 3.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    Thanks to you, too. This is what I've feared. Guess we'll see.
     
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    Our top three center prospects are 6'2, 6'2, and 6'3.
     
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